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Pi Day Celebration

March 14, 2020 1:00 PM

Museum of Arts & Sciences
The mathematical constant π (pi) is roughly 3.14, so March 14 (3.14) is Pi Day! We will figure out what this number is, why it is so important in mathematics and science, and how it is part of our everyday lives. Admission: Free for members or included with paid museum admission.
Region(s): Central
Category(s): Science Talk/Lecture Other

Picnic in the Park

March 08, 2020 11:00 AM

Henry B. Plant Museum
Roll back the clock a century and join us for an old fashioned picnic on Sunday, March 8th, starting at 11 am, in Plant Park. Bring your blanket, pack a picnic basket and invite family and friends to experience the pleasures of a simpler time. Relax in the shade, or test your Victorian sporting prowess
Region(s): Central
Category(s): Children's History Park

Piecing Together the Natural World Through Collage with ALEXA KLEINBARD

March 07, 2020

Gadsden Arts Center & Museum
Join exhibiting artist Alexa Kleinbard for two 2-hour sessions in the art of collage.Using nature magazines, printed photographs, oil pastels, and paint, participants will make their own nature collage, with demonstrations and assistance from artist Alexa Kleinbard.
Region(s): North Central
Category(s): Art Class/Workshop

Porch Talk at Gamble Place: Florida During the Progressive Era 1890-1920

March 27, 2020 2:00 PM

Museum of Arts & Sciences
Join Senior Curator of Education and History, Zach Zacharias at Gamble Place in Port Orange for a unique presentation on this rarely talked about time period in Florida history. Admission: Free for members or $5.00 for future members.
Region(s): Central
Category(s): Historic Home History House Talk/Lecture

Ritz Chamber Players: "She! Is Silent No More"

March 18, 2020 7:00 PM

Beaches Museum
The Ritz Chamber Players performance celebrating Women’s History Month shines a light on the constant struggle, both past and present, of women fighting for an equal voice in music. “She! Is Silent No More” is a performance showing the incredible contributions of women in classical music.
Region(s): Northeast
Category(s): History Reception Music

Sea Turtle Day Festival

March 07, 2020 9:00 AM

Gumbo Limbo Nature Center
Join us for a special Sea Turtle Day celebrating the 35th anniversary of Gumbo Limbo Nature Center! Attend nature talks, meet environmentally focused exhibitors, take tour of the Butterfly Garden or boardwalk, paint using recycled materials, eat delicious food from food trucks, and more!
Region(s): Southeast
Category(s): Garden Park Science Other

Second Saturday Laser Rock Concert

March 14, 2020 7:00 PM

Museum of Arts & Sciences
Join us monthly for a Second Saturday Laser Rock Concert in the Lohman Planetarium! Schedule: 7:00PM: Laser Vinyl 8:00PM: Pink Floyd - The Dark Side of the Moon 9:00PM: Laser Queen Ticket Pricing: One Show: $5.00 Two Shows: $7.00 Three Shows: $9.00
Region(s): Central
Category(s): Music Other

Selected Portraits from the Morse Collection

March 03, 2020 - March 05, 2030 9:30 AM

The Charles Hosmer Morse Museum of American Art
Works by Gilbert Stuart, Charles Hawthorne, Cecilia Beaux, and more.
Region(s): Central
Category(s): Art Exhibit

Sharing Stories with Zora Neale Hurston

March 14, 2020 11:00 AM

Museum of Florida History
Celebrate Women’s History Month by learning about one of Florida’s most famous authors and anthropologists. A MFH educator will read a children’s book that shares how Zora Neale Hurston developed her love of stories. Guests can decorate their own anthropologist’s field notebook.
Region(s): North Central
Category(s): Children's History

Ships of Colonial Florida: A Tour through Ship Models

February 28, 2020 5:30 PM

Destination Archaeology Resource Center
Beginning with Ponce de Leon's ships of discovery, the various vessels utilized during the Spanish and British colonial periods will be examined in this special educational event with lecturer Steve Harris. Models brought along for the lecture as well as a photo "tour" of model displays built for Fl
Region(s): Northwest
Category(s): Art History Talk/Lecture Exhibit

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