Chef Kevin Belton
Chef Kevin Belton is the host of Create TV’s Kevin Belton’s New Orleans Kitchen and New Orleans Cooking with Kevin Belton. Self-taught Creole chef Kevin Belton, whose family ancestry is a gumbo of English, French, Native American and African, began cooking under the watchful eye of his mother and grandmother in his native New Orleans. Cooking instruction is second nature for Belton, who has spent the last 20 years teaching at the New Orleans School of Cooking. In 2018, Belton was also named a Culinary Legend by the American Culinary Federation. Chef Belton will be a featured speaker at WEDU’s Block Party & Open House and will also be available to sign copies of his cookbook that will be available for purchase during the event.
Recently appearing on an episode of WEDU Arts Plus, The Hummingbirds are husband-wife team S.G. and Rachel Wood. Born and raised in Detroit, now residing in Tampa, their music is both northern and southern Americana, blending both grit, and self-reliance with hospitality, and charm. They play old guitars through old amps, bang drums, and even pluck banjos sometimes.
Tampa Tones is the University of Tampa’s ICCA-Competitive a capella group. This group rehearses weekly in preparing for concerts and competition throughout the year. The group performs pieces written by members of Tampa Tones, making it more personable while they rehearse, then later perform.
Kid-friendly Zumba Dance Session @ 10:30 a.m.