Learning

  1. ‘SciArt Meetup: Indigenous Peoples’ After Hours

    Artists and designers are invited to visit the Florida Museum of Natural History after hours for SciArt Meetups to explore exhibits and create art inspired by Florida nature and culture! With partner Santa Fe College Art Gallery, join the museum on Nov. 13 from 6…

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  2. Starry Night

    Visitors may observe the night sky and explore the world beyond at the Florida Museum of Natural History free, fun-filled “Starry Night” program Nov. 16 from 6 to 10 p.m.! Activities include the opportunity to use high-performance telescopes and see a portable planetarium show. For…

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  3. School holiday camps Nov. 19-20

    Students enrolled in grades K-5 for the 2018-2019 school year are invited to enjoy school holiday camps at the Florida Museum of Natural History. Children will learn new and exciting information on birds on Nov. 19 and discover the real-life inspirations behind monsters like the…

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  4. Kinetic Derby Build Workshop

    Gainesville Hackerspace derby build members, as well as other derby builders, will be on hand to help brainstorm new builds, trouble shoot issues your team might have, and help with use of tools. So come join us and chat with seasoned Makers of human-powered folly….

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  5. Hoggetowne Medieval Faire

    The Alachua County Fairgrounds is transformed into a bustling medieval marketplace for the Annual Hoggetowne Medieval Faire on January 26-27 & February 1-3, 2019. Step back in time and cheer on jousting knights, wander through the medieval marketplace where hundreds of artisans sell their wares, witness…

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  6. LADYBUG: ACTION HERO

    Dance Alive National Ballet presents a charming story about a brave little ladybug and her forest friends. Wonderfully interactive! Audience members cheer Lady Bug, boo the evil hunter and touches hands with the dancers as they join the audience. Great curriculum material on line. Hour…

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  7. LADYBUG: ACTION HERO

    Dance Alive National Ballet presents a charming story about a brave little ladybug and her forest friends. Wonderfully interactive! Audience members cheer Lady Bug, boo the evil hunter and touches hands with the dancers as they join the audience. Great curriculum material on line. Hour…

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