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Every Tuesday night from 7-10pm Azucar Dance Company offers free Cuban dance lessons to the Tallahassee community. Lessons are open to everyone, students and non-students, experienced dancers and people who have never danced in their life!
Lessons are generally in the FSU Ballroom or Room 302, but see our website www.azucarfsu.wordpress.com for the latest updates.
Come out and join Tallahassee Swing for ballroom dancing every Tuesday night from 7:30-10:00 p.m. at the American Legion. Admission is $6 and free dance lessons are provided by Michael Webb beginning at 6:30 p.m.
Tallahassee Swing began in the late 1970s as a way to perform and keep alive the music of the Big Band era. Members then and now come from all walks of life and backgrounds as musicians. In 1989, we started a weekly dance on Tuesday night at the Amercian Legion.
Black On Black Rhyme is a weekly poetry open mic hosted by Keith Rodgers and the Back Talk Poetry Troupe! Featuring some of the top spoken word artist in the world! After 15 years of existence they are still going strong! Food and drinks are also available for purchasing… good vibes … good people … good times! Poets, comedians, singers and musicians are welcome to grace the stage! Its not just poetry, it is a way of life!
The Salvation Army is looking for volunteers to ring bells and help the programs that assist hurting children and families. Anyone is welcome to volunteer as an individual, family, church group, fraternity, sorority or school. Volunteers are also needed at the Governor’s Square mall for the Angel Tree to assist citizens that would like to adopt an angel for the holidays and provide Christmas for area children.
LeMoyne’s Annual Holiday Show and sale brings together 100 Artists to sell their artwork in a holiday setting. Prices range from less than $25 to masterworks. Handmade ornaments and gifts artworks of all media, suitable to have out all year round. Unique one of a kind works to make your home and gift giving special.
Please check the schedule before attending.
- Baby Time – 10:30 AM – Main Library (200 W. Park Avenue, downtown) – Bring $2 for parking in case you stay longer than 1 hour.
- Baby Time – 10:30 AM – Northeast Branch (5513 Thomasville Road, across from Walmart) – Parking is free.
- Preschool Story Time – 10:30 AM – Eastside Branch (1583 Pedrick Road, near Buck Lake) – Parking is free.
Damayan Garden Project hosts weekly gardening sessions at Lichgate on High Road. Come help out in our community demonstration garden and learn how to grow your own food. All aspects of organic vegetable gardening are covered, from composting and healthy soil to water conservation techniques and seasonal planting.
Tools and gloves are provided. Please bring water and be prepared to work outdoors. All ages and families welcome!
Contact firstname.lastname@example.org to schedule a service group or educational event.
Information Credit: Tallahassee Downtown
Every Wednesday members of the Tallahassee Food Truck Association gather at the Downtown Food Truck Court for a weekly lunch roundup. The Food Truck Court is located just off Gaines Street at 725 S Bronough Street. Each week from 11am to 2pm you will find a gathering of some of the city’s best Food Trucks!
The Wednesday Roundup is the perfect place to grab a quick bite and enjoy the beauty of Tallahassee’s Downtown. The Food Truck Court is convenient to everyone working Downtown and makes for a unique place to take in lunch each Wednesday.
Come on out and give the Wednesday Roundup a try! You can learn more about which trucks will be there each week by following the Tallahassee Food Truck Association on Facebook.
The Museum of Florida History presents Civil Rights in the Sunshine State to commemorate the 50th anniversary of the signing of the Civil Rights Act of 1964. The exhibit explores the history of civil rights movement in Florida through artifacts, archival images, film footage and oral histories to educate visitors about Florida’s significant contributions to the Movement.
View the museum hours of operation for extended hours and holiday closings.
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