1. Living History Days

    C’mon home to the Living History Farm and experience a time when the rooster’s crow and the rising sun, not an alarm clock, welcomed a new day! During Living History Days, interpreters portray day-to-day life on an 1870 Florida farm. Step back in time, enjoy…

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  2. Beginner Swing Dancing Class

    JANUARY CLASSES: This month we begin a new series of Beginner Swing Dancing dance classes! JANUARY SCHEDULE: Wed Jan 8: Beginner & Int Swing class #1 Wed Jan 15: Beginner & Int Swing class #2 Wed Jan 22: Beginner & Int Swing class #3 Wed…

  3. Florida Museum to open new pollinator exhibit Jan. 25, 2020

    The Florida Museum of Natural History opens its new “Amazing Pollinators” featured exhibit Jan. 25, 2020. Visitors can become their favorite pollinators and embark on up to 48 short missions throughout a colorful maze in this immersive exhibit that highlights pollinators benefits to earth’s ecosystems….

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  4. Crazy Horse – The Lakota Warrior’s Life and Legacy

    Crazy Horse family member Floyd Clown and author William Matson will speak and sign their book “Crazy Horse: The Lakota Warrior’s Life and Legacy.” The Crazy Horse family’s oral history had not been told outside the family for over a century. Now it is ready…

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  5. Joe Knetsch talks WWI and Florida

    American historian and author Joe Knetsch will discuss World War I, Florida, and the Influenza Pandemic of 1917-1921. Join us January 27 at 5:30 p.m. at Headquarters Branch in Meeting Room A to hear what these three things have to do with each other. Joe…

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  6. “McCarthy Moment: The Johns Committee in Florida” exhibition

    The “McCarthy Moment: The Johns Committee in Florida” exhibition will be located in the Mary Ann Cofrin Exhibit Hall and is the first Matheson exhibition to focus on local LGBTQ+ history. In 1956, State Senator Charley Eugene Johns created the Florida Legislative Investigation Committee. Better…

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  7. AnArtists Free Art Workshop for all adults no experience necessary!

    Every first Tuesday of the month, AnArtists, a volunteer group which advocates that doing art is healthy for everyone, offers a free workshop for all adults (no Experience Necessary) 2401 SW Archer Road at UF HealthStreet. Plenty of free parking on site. We invite local…

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  8. Reclaiming Kin: The Legacy of Hampton & Grace Hathcock

    Join us for a talk on Thursday, February 13th at 7pm for “Reclaiming Kin: The Legacy of Hampton & Grace Hathcock,” by Tatanya Peterson, Hathcock descendant and genealogist, and Karen Kirkman, President & Historian, HHH Inc. • At Kanapaha Presbyterian Church, 6221 SW 75th Terrace,…

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