Quick Hits and Headlines

Here’s a roundup of notable news around town: New Wheels A trolley started running last month in Downtown Clermont! Clermont Magazine took you inside before its ribbon cutting and answered all your questions on Facebook Live. Then, we hopped on for a ride! Choice of Champions Fondo Cycling Circuit USA announced that Clermont was chosen as one of 6 cities in America for a new … Continue reading Quick Hits and Headlines

Repurposing Flower Arrangements

“I must have flowers, always and always.” – Claude Monet | By Amelia Stolarz | April showers bring May flowers, but June weddings bring centerpieces to take home… Catered formal dinners often come with centerpieces of beautiful floral arrangements that the host may offer for guests to bring back. Sometimes these large floral arrangements seem overwhelming to take. But if you’re lucky enough to get … Continue reading Repurposing Flower Arrangements

Downtown Clermont Farmer’s Market (Photos)

| By Larry Oskin | Every Sunday, over 60 vendors roll into the streets of Downtown Clermont, attracting families and friends to stroll and shop. You’ll find the market bustling along Montrose Street centered between 7th and 8th streets. Among the popular items for sale are fresh, organic and hydroponic produce, seafood, cheese, sausage, baked goods, coffee, plants, collectibles and assorted crafts. There’s a veterinarian, … Continue reading Downtown Clermont Farmer’s Market (Photos)

3 Yoga Poses to Help Mothers De-stress

The angels, whispering to one another, Can find, among their burning terms of love, None so devotional as that of ‘Mother.’ –Edgar Allen Poe | By Penny Amman | Being a mother is usually a very positive feeling. However, many mothers today are stressed. Whether you are a brand-new mother or your kids are teenagers, there are a lot of stressors in motherhood. Much of … Continue reading 3 Yoga Poses to Help Mothers De-stress

Chef to Serve All Florida Firefighters

| By Larry Oskin | Clermont Chef Robert Scambia is on a personal mission to reward and honor Florida firefighters. Born in Manhattan and raised in Union City, NJ, Robert has a special place in his heart for 9/11 victims and survivors, as well as police officers, firefighters and first responders who helped. He lost a close friend who was a firefighter working the aftermath … Continue reading Chef to Serve All Florida Firefighters