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Lively celebration of our Latin American connection. Music with Trio del Mar, walk with State Geologist Harley Means to see sinkholes and hear about Cenotes in Mexico and Central America. Boat ride and food included in $25 adult/$13 children price.
Celebrate the rich musical tradition of Florida at the Matheson History Museum’s new exhibition entitled "Florida’s Got the Blues" open Monday, February 9 through Thursday, April 30, 2015. This exhibit showcases musicians who pioneered the blues genre in the early-to-mid twentieth century... Read More
Delray Beach has a rich farming heritage. Early pioneer stories and never before seen images will be shared through a stunning photographic journey of how Delray Beach began and became the town it is today.
Join us in the courtyard as we commemorate the closing of session with food and fun.
The 2015 festival will gather an array of music artists representing New Orleans instrumental jazz, R&B, rock and traditional Cajun music. Headliners include Wayne Toups, Lost Bayou Ramblers, and Voodoo Gumbo.
“Viva Sarasota” The First International Latino Festival is a full day, family-oriented festival that celebrates the sights and sounds of the Latin culture on Main Street in Downtown Sarasota May 2, 2015 from 12pm – 10pm. “Viva Sarasota” displays the key ingredients of first rate International... Read More
Share in a special remembrance of Korean War Hero and Purple Heart recipient, Rosamond Johnson, who was killed during war at the age of 17 while bravely attempting to save fellow soldiers.The ceremony begins at 10 a.m. at Gulf Islands National Seashore at Johnson Beach (address below).For more information,... Read More