Happy Fourth of July!   

This month we check out “Tapestries Lakeland.”  43 artists were organized to paint 65 tapestries that are currently hung throughout downtown Lakeland.  I’m sure you’ve seen them as you walk through the Farmers Market or stop for dinner downtown.  Lauren Dickman brings us all the details.   

We talk with local musician, Hunter Smith.  He’s played all around central Florida and has no plans of slowing down.  We visit with the women of Krazy Kombucha and learn how they got started and all of the health benefits of drinking it.  I recommend the ginger kombucha, it’s my favorite.   

Looking for something fun to do?  Check out our calendar online, we’re always adding to it.   If you’d like to add your upcoming events to it, head to havenmagazines.com to get started.  You can always email the details to me, if that’s more convenient.   

Have a safe holiday & don’t forget to add #lkldhaven to your Facebook or Instagram posts, you might find yourself in the next issue of LKLD.   

I hope to see you around town!   

Amy Sexson 


LKLD and Haven Magazines 



On The Cover (Left to Right):

By Herbert Davis
Harry’s Seafood Bar & Grill
101 North Kentucky Avenue
Octopus’ Garden in the Ancient Sea
By Roderic Brame
Kesslinger Building
236 North Kentucky Avenue
By Gabriela Jaxon
Mitchell’s Coffee House
235 North Kentucky Avenue
Dino on the Wall  
By Ana Lopez
Nathan’s Men’s Store
221 East Main Street
Sarcophagus II 
By Aaron Adams
202 North Massachusetts Avenue
By James Hicks
Lloyds of Lakeland
301 North Kentucky Avenue
Walking Lady Liberty
By Vivian Garriga
132 South Kentucky Avenue

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