Bring a picnic and your sweetheart to the Mennello's lawn Saturday for the second annual Indie-Folkfest

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A good musical palate (or lack of) in a potential crush is a make-or-break factor for a lot of people, and a 20-minute Tinder date isn’t enough time to figure out if your potential boo likes Nickelback. Instead, figure out how harmonious you two might be at this year’s Indie-Folkfest at the Mennello Museum of American Art. Bring a picnic blanket and listen to the sweet crooning of artists like Terri Binion, Eugene Snowden & Friends, JunoSmile and the Steve Garron Threesome as you sit in the Sculpture Garden that overlooks Lake Formosa. The event also includes crafts your sweetie can buy for you and food vendors if you forget to pack sandwiches. Craft cocktails will be sold by local favorites such as the Courtesy Bar, Lil Indies, Artisan’s Table, Thirsty Topher and Hanson’s Shoe Repair. If your date turns out to be a dud, there’s always the fence-painting zone. 

noon-5 p.m. Saturday, Feb. 13 | Mennello Museum of American Art, 900 E. Princeton St. | orlandofolkfestival.wordpress.com | free


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