After a brief hiatus, the infamous MONDAY NIGHT JAZZ JAM is back in effect!  Beginning on January 7thfrom 7:30 – 10:00 pm, the boys and girls in the band will gather at their new location, TOMKO’s TAVERN.  In Dr. Phillips at 7720 Turkey Lake Road, Tomko’s Tavern is conveniently located just off of 1-4 and West Sand Lake Road in Orlando. There’s no cover charge, plenty of free parking and all seating provides a great view of the stage.  Hosted by Yvonne Coleman, Jazz Radio Personality and co-Founder of Monday Night Jazz Jam (MNJJ) commences on the first Monday of every month and has been going strong since 2008.  Joseph Jevanni (Music Director and Keyboards), Carl Lewis (Saxophones), Jerome Martin (Drums) and Daniel Howard (Guitar) along with Miss Jacqueline Jones, Dr. Otto, Frank Wharton, Keith Council, Steve Robinson and so many more are among the featured artists.  You won’t want to miss this chance to celebrate the new year in a new location with great music, food and fellow aficionados.   Your support of MONDAY NIGHT JAZZ JAM provides support to various charities.  The charity for the month of January is HAPCO Foundation which provides music lessons and scholarship programs for youth.   Tomko’s Tavern will donate 10% of all food purchases that night to HAPCO. Visit http://hapcopromo.orgfor additional information.  For directions and reservations, contact Tomko’s Tavern at 407-203-2222.  Celebrate good times, come on!

For the football fanatic the wait for Super Bowl Sunday can be trying.  Not to worry, the 2019 NFL Pro Bowl is coming to Orlando for the third year in a row.  The game, taking place on January 27, 2019 will be played at Camping World Stadium and the excitement of it and surrounding events.  Get your tickets today at

About the author

Sharon Fletcher Jones is a true Libra, an action-ist, and a budget fashionista.  The Portsmouth, Virginia native is also an employment specialist with Goodwill Industries, a life coach and an associate editor at ONYX Magazine. Stacey’s mom (literally) has got it going on.  Fletcher Jones’ personal mantra is “It’s the dash that counts.”



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