Orlando Indie-FolkFest brings a picnic full of love to the Mennello for Valentine's Day

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If your perfect Valentine’s Day involves having a picnic with your loved ones while surrounded by art and music, the folks at the Mennello have you covered with this Loch Haven Park extravaganza. East End Market is well represented, with provisions for sale from Fatto in Casa, La Femme du Fromage, Olde Hearth Bread Co., Houndstooth Sauce Co. and Skyebird; cocktails and beer will be available from Hanson’s Shoe Repair, Lil Indies, the Milk Bar, NV and RusTeak. And with the music lineup curated by Joseph Martens – including Eugene Snowden, Paleface, Thomas and Olivia Wynn, and JUNOSmile (Martens and his wife, Jessy Lynn) – this picnic party is sure to delight. Bring some extra scratch to pick up a new piece of art, clothing, flowers from Porch Therapy or even a make-your-own-Valentine at Lure Paper Goods’ tent to give to your sweetheart.

ORLANDO INDIE-FOLKFEST 2-7 p.m. Saturday, Feb. 14 | The Sculpture Garden of the Mennello Museum of American Art, 900 E. Princeton St. | orlandofolkfestival.wordpress.com | free


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