Longleaf Downtown


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Longleaf Tribute song by Dave Smith

                        

Farmer's Market Thursdays 3-7pm!

Live Music Wednesdays and Saturdays at Maduros Cigar Bar!

Other Happenings in Longeaf Downtown listed below!

Shops at L O N G L E A F... The Place to Be!

Upscale Consignment Shop ~ Cigar Bar ~ Drycleaner ~ Hair Salon        

 Fine Jewelry ~ Italian Food and Pizza ~ Coffee Shop/Local Music          

Weekly Farmer’s Market to resume 10/2009

3104 Town Avenue off of Starkey Blvd. and S.R. 54

 

 

Happenings in Longleaf Downtown… see previous events below businesses!

 

Businesses in Downtown Longleaf (click on business name for website)

                                                                 

                                                                                            

 

        

 

 

Style Makers Salon

A full service unisex salon

3104 Town Ave., Unit 105

727.372.0605

Click here for coupon!

Longleaf Cleaners

Delivered Free to Your Door!

3104 Town Ave., Unit 104

727.375.1410

            DeLUCA’S

               Fine Jewelry and Gemstones

          3104 Town Ave., Unit 105A

727.375.2992

     

 

 

Longleaf's Closet

Upscale Family Consignment

    3104 Town Ave., Unit 106

727.645.6963


Frankie Maduros Cigar Lounge

Live Music Weekly!

3104 Town Ave., Unit 103

727.376.9008

Town Ground Espresso Cafe
Live Music Weekly!
     
3104 Town Ave., Unit 107       
727.645.6963

 

 

Past Events...

Johnny Cash Tribute singer Dave Smith 

 Sat., March 6th from 7pm-10pm across from Downtown Longleaf

 

 

 

Johnny Cash Tribute singer Dave Smith 

 Tues., Nov. 17th from 5pm-7:30, Lonzalo's Restaurant

 

 

 

 

 

 

May 9th-Live in Concert!

Back by popular demand!

first...  
Spotlight Kids Show Choir
"Songs of America"    Hawaii Tour Preview Concert
starts at 6:30pm

then...
"The Zoots"
starts at 7:30pm

and enjoy evening carriage rides through Longleaf...


April 16th Live in Concert

RANDY McALLISTER
Grammy nominated Singer, Songwriter,
& Multi-Instrumentalist


April is National Autism Awareness Month

                                                                           

By Klint  Lowry | The Suncoast News

Published: April 11, 2009

TRINITY - Fans of singer-songwriter Randy McAllister know they like his music, just don't expect them to be able to define it.

Even McAllister's Web site, www.randymcallister.com, struggles to categorize his sound.

So, how about going directly to the source? How does McAllister describe his music?

"It's not really genre specific," McAllister said by phone. "It's kind of an amalgam."

OK, so people will just have to come out and hear for themselves as McAllister and his band play an outdoor concert at The Shops of Longleaf, 3104 Town Ave., New Port Richey, at 7:30 p.m. on Thursday, April 16.

April is Autism Awareness Month, and the concert is a fundraiser to buy adaptive playground equipment for children with autism spectrum disorders that will be installed at Longleaf Elementary School.

"It's nice to be able to do our job and help out a good cause," McAllister said, adding that he and his band adapt their shows for the audience on a given night. That's understandable since by all accounts his music is a little bit of everything.

"I grew up in East Texas," McAllister said. With his father being a musician, McAllister was raised surrounded by musical influences that all rubbed off on him to varying degrees.

"There's blues, some honky-tonk, some country," McAllister said. There's also a bit of gospel, some Tex-Mex, a healthy splash of zydeco and even a bit of rock 'n' roll.

McAllister has been called a "master of Americana." His songs run the gamut, touching at times on serious social issues and at other times dwelling on triumphs and tragedies of the heart.

Then there are the times he goes for straight-up, down-home humor.

Georgia Horton, owner of The Town Ground espresso cafe, heard McAllister at the Suwannee Music Festival and thought he'd be perfect for the Town Ground Concert Series, which started earlier this year at the Shops at Longleaf.

While the coffeehouse presents local musicians on a weekly basis, Horton got the idea to hold larger outdoor concerts, about one a month, as community fundraisers.

"The Longleaf community is pretty tight-knit," said Timothy Allen, who has assisted Horton in organizing the concerts. "It's kind of like going back in time."

The shop and the shopping center are concerned about fostering and being part of that old-fashioned sense of community and staging these concerts is part of that commitment, Allen said. A Valentine's Day "Tribute to Johnny Cash" concert collected donations for the Volunteer Way Food Bank in New Port Richey.

In March, local performers Steve Santo, Richie Gidaro and Russ Boyer rocked the stage at a communitywide St. Patrick's Day party to raise funds for Sky Harbor Wildlife Animal Rescue in Hudson.

While admission to the April 16 Randy McAllister concert is free, cash donations will be accepted for the playground equipment, and there will be drawings for prizes donated by the Shops at Longleaf. Tickets for the drawing are $1 each.

The concert will be held in an open field at the intersection of Town Avenue and Starkey Boulevard. Blankets and lawn chairs are recommended.

For more information, call 727-645-6962 or visit www.TownGround.com.

Klint Lowry can be reached at 727-815-1067 or at klowry@suncoastnews.com.

Raffle Prizes! each $1 you donate gets 1 entry in the raffle... and helps raise funds to build an Adaptive Playground for kids
with Autism Spectrum Disorders
This outdoor concert is in the field at the corner of Starkey Blvd and Town Ave.
So, bring a chair or a blanket... and your dancing shoes!

 

… and for the youth volunteers!

Karen Bailey/Remax New Dimensions

727-809-1324

KBailey@Remax.net

 

St. Patty’s Day at Longleaf….

*  Come Be Irish for the Day!

Tuesday, March 17   6:30pm-10:00pm

 3104 Town Avenue off of Starkey Blvd. and S.R. 54

Downtown Longleaf located off S.R. 54 then north on Starkey Blvd. to Town Avenue in Trinity!

Bring the whole family, dancing shoes and lawn chairs…

 

*      Corned Beef and Cabbage at Lonzalo’s Pizzeria and Ristorante’

*      Killian’s Red, Guiness and Bud Light at Maduro’s Cigar Bar

*      Irish Coffee and cold Irish Cream Chillattes at Town Ground Espresso Café

*      Super Sale and extended hours at Longleaf’s Closet

*      Irish jewelry at DeLuca’s Fine Jewelry

*      Irish Dancers from Port Richey Dancetime

*      The Steve Santo Band with Steve Santo, Richie Gidaro and Russ Boyer

*      Kid’s Face Painting

*      Will accept donations during this event for the Wildlife Animal Rescue in Hudson

(go to http://www.skyharborwildlife.org/Donations.html for list of items needed)

Valentine’s Day Longleaf Style!            2/14/2009

Help Volunteer Way Food Bank while listening to sounds of Johnny Cash, Willie Nelson

By Times Staff Writer
In Print: Wednesday, February 11, 2009

NEW PORT RICHEY

Help food bank while hearing country greats

Tribute artists performing the songs of Johnny Cash and Willie Nelson will be part of a Valentine's Day fundraiser to benefit the Volunteer Way Food Bank. The "Legends on the Road" concert starts at 7 p.m. Saturday at the grassy field at Starkey Boulevard and Town Avenue. Attendees should bring folding chairs or blankets to sit in the park while enjoying the show, sponsored by Town Ground Espresso Cafe. Everyone should bring a non-perishable food item to donate to the Volunteer Way, and there will be a $1 suggested donation for the music acts. Horse-drawn carriage rides also will be available for $35, with seating for up to four people. For information, visit www.TheVolunteerWay.org or www.TownGround.com.

Many thanks to Dave Smith, The Johnny Cash tribute singer, and his wonderful group that included “Willie Nelson” and “Patsy Cline”… your generosity helped make the first Downtown Longleaf event a true success! We look forward to having Dave Smith back on May 9th, 2009! For more information about the performers,                                                        visit www.LegendsOnTheRoad.com and www.TheManInBack.com.

 

Many Thanks to our visitors who brought canned goods to replenish the food bank at Volunteer Way!

                  www.TheVolunteerWay.org       e-mail: Lester@TheVolunteerWay.org                   

727.815.0433         7820 Congress St.; New Port Richey, Fl. 34653

 

 

Sponsored by:

                        Eva Frank, Realtor                     Doing Business in Longleaf!


          Prudential Tropical Realty        
727.843.7211
          E-mail EFrank@prutropical.com

 George Albright,     Sports/News/Events Videographer

 727.709.1774        www.AlbrightProductions.Inc. E-mail     sgalbright@msn.com          

Pam Marron, 24 Yrs. Sr. Mortgage Loan Officer
www.TraditionalNeighborhoods.net developer


727.375.8986

E-mail pmarron@tampabay.rr.com
Specialist in ALL Residential Mortgages,
and in TND and CDD Communities!
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     Savas Photography     727.459.3034     www.savasphotography.com 

  

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… for the youth volunteers!

Karen Bailey/Remax New Dimensions

727-809-1324

KBailey@Remax.net
     

 

 

    Downtown Rental Apartments

 

 

 

 

 

Longleaf Town Center - Luxury Apartments

  • Units Available:

    • 1 Bedroom / 1 Bath

    • 2 Bedroom / 2 Bath

    • 882 sq ft to 1,155 sq ft

    • Short term leases available (min 7 mos)

  • Amenities:

    • Built-in microwave

    • Full-size washer & dryer

    • Brighthouse cable included

    • Garbage service included

    • Dishwasher

    • Elevator

    • Ceiling Fans

    • Pool

    • Tennis

    • Basketball

  • For information, please contact Kathy Brooks at 727-534-4145 or Kbrooksfl@verizon.net