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  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. 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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  3. Toddlers Try It Art Playgroup

    TUESDAYS | 10:30-12 Each week, enjoy a variety of open-ended projects and invitations to create with the support and guidance of our experienced teaching artists. Young artists move through the classroom at their own pace, engaging in activities like BIG messy paintings, sculptures, water/sand/dirt/clay fun,…

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  4. 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…

  5. What’s Your Pointe Academy Dance Auditions!

    What’s Your Pointe Academy is looking for amazing dancers to join our brand new dance & leadership training program! Train in Jazz & Hip-Hop styles, travel for performances, learn languages and make new friends! Open to middle school girls grades 6th-8th. Dance experience helpful, but…

  6. 2020 Quilt Trail

    View dozens of quilts and learn the art of this craft as the Alachua County Library District hosts the 2020 Quilt Trail in partnership with the Quilters of Alachua County Day Guild in March. Quilt Trail displays featuring antique quilts, smaller quilted works, and quilting…

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  7. Florida Museum hosts dawn to dusk celebration for Earth Day April 18

    Celebrate the 50th anniversary of Earth Day at the Florida Museum of Natural History and beyond. This daylong event features activities at the Florida Museum and around Gainesville. Meet experts in the field, take part in excursions and learn what can be done to make…

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  8. Florida Museum butterfly photography workshop set for April 19

    Snap the picture of a lifetime April 19 from 9 a.m. to noon in the Florida Museum of Natural History’s “Butterfly Rainforest” exhibit, featuring more than 50 species at any given time. During this special event, use tripods and other photographic equipment not usually permitted….

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