Palm Coast trio on stage at Daytona Playhouse

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Henry Orlowski, Anji Brazell, Peter Gutierrez COURTESY PHOTO BY BARBIE MARLAND
Henry Orlowski, Anji Brazell, Peter Gutierrez COURTESY PHOTO BY BARBIE MARLAND
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Three very familiar Palm Coast thespians will take the stage in the classic comedy “You Can't Take It With You,” at the Daytona Playhouse. Set in the 1930s, Alice Sycamore loves her eccentric family just the way they are, but frets over the impression they will make on fiance Tony's parents.

Anji Brazell plays the snobbish Mrs. Kirby with her incredible comedic timing. Peter Gutierrez dons a Russian accent and plays a volatile Russian dance teacher, Boris Kolenkhov, and Henry Orlowski plays with fireworks in the basement as Mr. De Pinna.

Directed by Bruce Heighley, the show opens 7:30 p.m. May 10 and runs through May 19. Tickets are $16 for adults, $14 for 55-plus, and $5 for children 8 and under. Call .255-2431 or visit

Adult & Community Education summer classes and summer camp to begin
Flagler County Schools Adult & Community Education will begin the Summer A 2013 semester of classes May 20. Students may register by phone May 6-17 by calling 597-5480. After May 6, students may register at any Adult & Community Education Center, with locations throughout Flagler
County including the Belle Terre Swim & Racquet Club, 73 Patricia Drive, the A1A Center in the Hammock, and Flagler Technical Institute, 1 Corporate Drive.

A wide variety of classes for adults and children will be offered in areas including computers, art, fitness, sports, languages, music and dance.

Career training programs, GED and English for Speakers of Other Languages are also available.
The Adult & Community Education newspaper includes detailed descriptions of each class offered with new classes added each session. The newspaper is mailed to all Flagler County residents and is also available at each registration site as well as online at

New classes this session include private lessons in banjo, mandolin and upright or electric bass; Alzheimer’s and Your Super Brain; swim lessons for adults and children; beginning business; mah jongg; beach body boot camp; and youth tennis camp. The Summer A session runs for six weeks, May 20 to June 28. For further information, call 446-6730 or 446-6717.

Adult & Community Education will also host a summer summer camp program. Camp serves students from 5 years old through middle school. Camp opens at 7 a.m. for supervised play with camp activities and field trips scheduled from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. and informal, supervised activities until camp closing time at 6.

Camp is open every weekday beginning June 10 until Aug. 9.

The camps will once again participate in the Federal Summer Feeding Program; each camper can receive a free breakfast and lunch while at camp. For more, call 446-6719 or visit



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