"Morning at Eldora House" by Kathleen Denis.
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Nancy Malmberg, Event Director
Richard Tucker, Sales

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The National Park Service turns 100!
This centennial will kick off a second century of stewardship of America's national parks and engaging communities through recreation, conservation, and historic preservation programs. As part of the centennial celebration, Friends of Canaveral and the National Park service will host the
2016 Plein Air Paint Out… Invitational

The 2016 Paint Out, October 1st – 8th features 26 professional artists invited from around the country to paint En Plein Air within the National Seashore and around the historic community of New Smyrna Beach. The weeklong event includes artist demonstrations, a sunset paint out, quick draw, nocturnal painting, live auction, and a gala and fine art sale. The wet room gallery will be open all week to view and purchase art. We hope you will join us as we celebrate the Arts and the Parks!

Click HERE to go to the events page and download the schedule for the week. You can also sign up for the Community Quick Draw as well as purchase advance tickets for the Gala. See you there!

Want to see how much fun everyone had at the last event along with the amazing paintings, watercolors and pastels these talented artists created at the last event?
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Canaveral National Seashore
Canaveral National Seashore contains 57,000 acres of some of Florida’s most treasured landscapes. It offers refuge to 14 threatened and endangered species, including three species of sea turtles that nest each summer. Also within the seashore there are more than 150 native archaeological sites, none better known and preserved than Turtle Mound. Pioneer Florida is also preserved in the Park with sites like Eldora House and Seminole Rest. The Seashore is yours to enjoy and yours to protect, now and for future generations.
Friends of Canaveral, Inc.
As the official fundraising partner Friends of Canaveral, a 501 (c) (3) non-profit volunteer organization, assists the National Park Service in its mission to preserve and protect Canaveral National Seashore, by raising funds and public awareness, and by promoting the ethic of stewardship of this truly special place. Friends of Canaveral play an active and direct role in supporting a wide variety of projects and programs that may be outside the scope of the Seashore’s budget. Some of these include:
  • Youth education programs
  • Visitor interpretive programs
  • Restoration of historic buildings
There are several ways you can become involved in supporting the Park. Click here to go to the Patron/Sponsorship page and see if becoming an Art Patron or Paint Out Sponsor may be right for you.