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  1. ‘Permian Monsters’ exhibit leaves May 5

    Visit the Florida Museum before the “Permian Monsters” exhibit goes extinct! Check out animatronic figures and learn about the world’s greatest extinction event with real fossils, interactive dig pits and computer games through May 5. UF students with a valid Gator 1 card receive free…

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  2. Beginning Soprano Recorder Group Lessons

    We talked about learning recorder so we would have many musicians to help out with the May Pole next year as well as potentially provide entertainment at events/feasts (once we learn some songs). All level learners are welcome, but those who are advanced PLEASE be…

  3. Cassadaga: Speaking of the Dead

    Author and photographer Gary Monroe was allowed unrestricted access to Cassadaga, the Spiritualist community that was founded in central Florida more than a century ago on the principle of continuous life, the idea that spirits of the dead commune with the living. Though the founders…

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  4. Crocs: Ancient Predators in a Modern World

    The Florida Museum of Natural History opens its newest featured exhibit, “CROCS: Ancient Predators in a Modern World” May 18 with special activities from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Visitors can see live reptiles, test their strength against a crocodile’s bite, learn how they hunt…

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  5. Tree Kangaroo Awareness Day

    It’s a bear! It’s a monkey! No…it’s a tree kangaroo! You heard right. The Santa Fe College Teaching Zoo is home to the Matschie’s tree kangaroo, an endangered species native to a small area of Papua New Guinea. Bring the whole family out to the…

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  6. The Choreographic Work of The Dancer

    Dance Alive National Ballet presents The Choreographic Work of the Dancer WHAT: Choreographic Workshop WHEN: June 19th through 21st 9:00 AM to 5 PM NOTE: Lunch break 12-1. Dancers provide their own lunch. WHERE: Pofahl Studios, 1325 NW 2 Street, Gainesville, FL 32601 INFO: 352-371-2986…

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  7. 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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