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Florida Native American Heritage Month

November is National Native American Heritage Month.  Florida's Secretary of State and Chief Cultural Officer, Ken Detzner encourages citizens to learn about Florida’s rich Native American heritage and honor the Native... More


Creekside Festival

Held under the majestic oaks of Princess Place Preserve, the Creekside Festival is an annual tradition that celebrates the natural beauty of Northeast Florida with live bluegrass music, great food, arts & craft vendors... More


Florida Hispanic Heritage Month

September 15 through October 15 is National Hispanic Heritage Month.  Florida's Governor Rick Scott, First Lady Ann Scott and the Florida Department of State encourage citizens to learn about Florida’s rich Hispanic... More


Viva Florida: Florida Before Statehood exhibit opens in Key West

Key West International Airport in Monroe County will be the next to host the Viva Florida traveling exhibition from the Museum of Florida History’s TREX Program, Viva Florida: Florida Before Statehood.


Taste History Culinary Tours Continue in July

Celebrate the patriotic month of July by taking the Taste History Culinary Tour set for Saturday, July 19th traveling to Delray Beach and Boynton Beach.  The flavor, culture and history of summertime are experienced... More


50 Year Anniversary of the Civil Rights Act

Activities to mark 50 years since the historic signing of the first landmark Civil Rights Act of 1964 are schedule statewide as part of the Viva Florida effort to continue honoring significant anniversaries in Florida and... More


450 Years of Fort Caroline and Florida's French Past

In 1562, 452 years ago, French settlers landed and explored Florida’s northeast coast and traveled up the St. Johns River into present-day Jacksonville. Like many Florida visitors, they returned.  Two years later,... More


Award winning Viva Florida 500 exhibition in Fort Walton Beach

The Award winning ArtCalusa: Reflections on Representation exhibition is now on display at the Indian Mound Museum in Fort Walton Beach and runs through September 6, 2014.


Fifth Annual Battle of Bloody Mose

On Saturday and Sunday, June 21-22, 2014, Florida Living History, Inc. along with Fort Mose Historic State Park and the Fort Mose Historical Society will host the fifth annual Battle of Bloody Mose Commemoration.


El Galeón Stars in Crossbones on NBC

Just as the Spanish galleons of the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries were attacked by pirates because they transported passengers and rich merchandise, the replica galleon docked in Saint Augustine and managed by the Nao... More

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