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Please check the museum’s hours here to visit this exhibit.
Beautiful handmade and machine sewn fiber artworks are on display at the annual quilt show at the Museum of Florida History. The show is organized by Quilters Unlimited of Tallahassee and is in its 33rd year. Awards are given in various categories, including a yearly “Challenge Quilt” theme. The theme this year is “Starry Starry Night.” Visitors can vote for their favorite quilt, take part in a silent auction, or talk to the quilters in the exhibit.
September 12,19,20,26 & 27 | Matinees September 14 & 21
Paul & Corrie are newlyweds, just moved into their 5th floor walk up. Everything that could go wrong does, including a visits from Corrie’s mother and the appearance of the very strange, Mr. Velasco. This is the play that became the movie starring Robert Redford and Jane Fonda.
“Picnic” by William Inge will be presented by Thomasville On Stage & Company on Fridays and Saturdays at 8pm and Sundays at 2pm frmo September 19th through September 28th. Seat reservations can be made by calling the theater at 229-226-0863 or via www.tosac.com
- Sept. 19, 8:00 pm
- Sept. 20, 8:00 pm
- Sept. 21, 2:00 pm
- Sept. 26, 8:00 pm
- Sept. 27, 8:00 pm
- Sept. 28, 2:00 pm
Please join Seven Hills Guitar Series as we present Dr. Jon Yerby in concert. Dr. Yerby, a graduate of the prestigious DMA Guitar Program at FSU and SHGS Founder, will perform an hour-long recital of favorites from the Spanish guitar repertoire.
Help us celebrate 35 years of service in Tallahassee September 7th through 21st. We will be featuring a $35 4-course 35th Anniversary Special, including all of the original Melting Pot Menu items! $5 of each Anniversary Special will go directly to The Children’s Home Society of Florida.
*On September 7th we will host a kickoff party, and half of all Love Martini Sales will go directly to CHS as well! See the menu.
This five piece country bluegrass, Americana and roots ensemble from St. Petersburg is foot stompin and rug cuttin’. Learn more about the band. Advance tickets with reserved table $6, general admission $8 at the door.
Has science disproved God? Or do new scientific discoveries actually provide compelling support for faith? According to a recent survey, 55% of American adults believe that “science and religion [are] often in conflict.” This same attitude can be found among young adults. Nearly a third of young adults with a Christian background say “churches are out of step with the scientific world we live in,” and a quarter of them think “Christianity is anti-science.”
Join us on Sept. 21, 2014 for this worldwide simulcast event where you can address questions about faith and science in a positive, constructive manner with engaging, world-class speakers.
The simulcast will feature renowned Oxford University Professor John Lennox and New York Times bestselling author Stephen Meyer, two of today’s leading speakers and writers on the intersection between science and faith. The simulcast will be emceed by bestselling author Eric Metaxas, whose speaking style has been described as “a combination of edgy wit, charm, inspiration, evangelization, [and] thoughtfulness,” making him a highly sought after public speaker, especially on college campuses.
Questions to be addressed during the simulcast include:
• Has science disproved God?
• Are science and faith really in conflict?
• Just how “scientific” are the claims of leading atheists?
• Are human beings the result of an unguided Darwinian process?
• Does nature supply evidence of intelligent design?
This simulcast will be of interest to everyone, but it will be especially helpful for parents and their middle school, high school, and college-age children. Churches with significant high school and/or college ministries will also find this event particularly valuable. There are many ways a church or Christian school or even a homeschool co-op could use this event effectively: As an all-church seminar; as part of an adult education series on science and faith; as a back-to-school event for parents and youth; and/or as a special youth group event.
Every Sunday, Black Dog Cafe hosts a literary night featuring readings from prominent local authors as well as open mic nights. Check out our facebook page, or stop in for a cup of coffee to check out specifics for the lineup!
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