The Villages Blueberry Festival, What a “Normal” Day in The Villages is Like, and more

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I continue to track all the latest news and updates as it relates to coronavirus in The Villages.

You can read this week’s coronavirus updates here.


The inaugural Blueberry Festival was recently held at Brownwood Paddock Square.

Longtime residents know that the Strawberry Festival has been a big hit for years, so why not give other berries their own festival?

Check out this video from reader Darryl Kenyon:

The Villages is obviously lots of fun when special events or festivals like this are going on. But what’s a “normal” day like?

It varies of course, but this recent video from our friend Rusty Nelson might give you a good idea:


Here’s what I’ve been reading this week:

You could see this one coming from a mile away:

The Villages suing Lady Lake over rejection of apartments at Spanish Springs (Villages-News)

Residents claim they were duped in case of destroyed wetlands:

Lake Deaton residents furious over CDD 10’s handling of tree-cutting incident (Villages-News)

Whether or not to pay off your bond is a much debated question in The Villages. I thought this thread on the topic was worth reading:

Pay Off Bond or Pay Down Mortgage? (Talk of The Villages)

I can’t believe we’re more than halfway through the month. Time flies when you’re having fun!

Old Mill Playhouse offers exciting April (The Villages Daily Sun)

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That’s all for this week!

-Ryan

1 thought on “The Villages Blueberry Festival, What a “Normal” Day in The Villages is Like, and more”

  1. Sharon Antonelli

    Do you know what’s going on with the Movie Theater in Spanish Springs. It shut down for “” renovations” before the pandemic?

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