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Enjoy a hearty, outdoor, all-you-can-eat meal on Saturday, April 27th, 7 a.m. – 11 a.m. at our 58th Annual Pioneer Breakfast on the 1880’s-style farmstead.
This fundraiser, benefiting the Tallahassee Museum’s conservation and education efforts, features Register’s freshly grilled sausage, scrambled eggs, pancakes and real Bradley’s Country Store grits served up by the Museum’s Board of Trustees.
The Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission is hosting its 12th Annual Outdoor Experience Saturday, April 27 from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. at the Beau Turner Youth Conservation Center, which is a short drive from Tallahassee. We invite you and your family to join us for a day of learning and fun! This free event provides expert instruction and equipment so kids and adults can try activities such as archery, fishing and shooting sports as well as learn about conservation. Plus, there will be bounce houses, shows, and hay rides.
Learn to use watercolors to achieve beautiful results in plein-air (outdoor) painting!
Prior to going outside to enjoy painting on the historic site, participants will be shown basic techniques in watercolor. Instructor Fiona Borger is our historic gardener as well as an artist and she will be assisting workshop attendees with their paintings. There will be a short demo on natural pigments/dyes that can be extracted from sources grown on site.
Paints, palette, brushes, and paper will be provided for use during the class, but if you already have supplies you favor, please bring them — along with a cushion or outdoor portable chair. Please dress appropriately for outdoors and remember your sunscreen and hat!
Ages: 13 and up
Class size: Minimum 2 / Maximum 5 participants
Registration deadline one week before workshop (April 20, 2019)
Please join the Tallahassee Museum for one of the region’s best two-day jazz, swing, and rhythm and blues music festivals! Get up and dance, sit back and enjoy the music, or take part in fun activities on the Big Bend Farm. The Tallahassee Museum outdoor stage area is the perfect setting and one of the few places fans can bring their families to hear live music. Plenty of tasty treats and frosty beverages will be available at the cafe and cash bar! Come on out and enjoy one of the Tallahassee Museum’s great concerts! Guests are welcome to bring camp chairs and blankets.
Tickets are FREE to all Museum Members as well as Children 3 years of age and under.
Adults: $12/per day
Children 4-15 years: $9/per day
Seniors and College Students with Student ID: $11.50/per day
Amid all the pink, yellow and green heralding spring’s arrival, Friends of Maclay Gardens is seeing a little silver as this year marks its 25th annual Tour of Gardens. The tour takes place on Saturday, May 18. This year’s tour promises to be a showcase of some of Tallahassee’s finest landscapes and features six residential gardens in addition to a unique new community garden space. Most of the gardens are situated in the immediate Tallahassee area and within a short drive from the Park entrance.
The day starts at 9 a.m. with a continental breakfast on the lawn at the garden entrance inside beautiful Alfred B. Maclay Gardens State Park. At 10 a.m. those in attendance will receive a booklet containing brief descriptions and directions to the gardens that are being featured on the 2019 Tour. Tour-goers may then proceed on their own self-driven tour of the gardens where docents from the Leon County Master Gardener program will be on hand to answer any questions.
Hosted by 2-1-1 Big Bend, the 6th Annual Run 2-1-1 5k and 1 Mile Fun Run will be held at Railroad Square Art District. This year’s run will be a Night Run, with lighting by GloFX. Come out and support the 2-1-1 mission, making Mental Health Matter and helping those in need by providing support, information/referrals, and hope. Because Mental Health Matters!
Come join us this Spring at our annual BloomFest from 8am – 6pm.
10am presentation starring state-wide gardening talk show host Tom MacCubbin! Afterwards, ask Tom personally about your own gardening issues.
We’re providing free breakfast and lunch and plenty of activities for the kids.
EVERYTHING in the nursery will be on SALE!
You don’t want to miss this, it will be BL-AWESOME 😃🌹
Throughout the one-day camp, Jameis Winston and our coaches will offer tips and hands-on instruction, including lectures, fundamental football skills stations, contests, and non-contact games in a high-energy, fun, and positive environment. Campers will be placed in small groups by age to ensure that each child gets maximum instruction. The camp will be staffed by some of the area’s top high school and college coaches.