Literature

  1. Open Mic Night @ Coffee Culture Sundays

    Sign up at 6:30 PM, starts at 7 PM.  Poetry, Music, Comedy!  Microphone, guitar and PA supplied! Every Sunday Evening!

  2. Stories from the rabbit hole at Depot Park

    Original and classic folktales with music by master storyteller Baba Turbado.

  3. Gainesville Playreaders at the Actors’ Warehouse

    Come see what all the buzz is about. If you act in, direct, study, write, design, work in or just attend the theatre, professionally or as a volunteer, then this free community gathering is for you. All we need is your time, energy and an…

  4. A Tea with Zora and Marjorie

    The Matheson History Museum, Friends of Marjorie Kinnan Rawlings Farm, and UF’s George A. Smathers Libraries are thrilled to bring A Classic Theatre (ACT) of St. Augustine’s production of “A Tea with Zora and Marjorie” by Dr. Barbara Speisman to the Matheson History Museum on…

  5. Owning Your Story: Personal Story Development Workshop

    Storytelling is a powerful tool for developing self-efficacy, building relationships, and gaining perspective. Participate in a free, 2-hour in-depth story development workshop led by Self Narrate, a community organization empowering people by helping them craft and share their personal stories. Outcomes include the development of…

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  6. Women Politicking Politely: Advancing Feminism in the 1960s and 1970s

    The Matheson History Museum is thrilled to welcome back Kimberly Wilmot Voss to discuss her latest book “Women Politicking Politely: Advancing Feminism in the 1960s and 1970s.” “Women Politicking Politely” covers the relatively unknown stories of six women who helped lay the foundation for advancing…

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