Blue Stars Museums: FREE Admission for Active Military!

MEMORIAL DAY THROUGH LABOR DAY For the 6th summer, the Tallahassee Museum is offering FREE general admission to our nation’s active duty military personnel and  up to five members of their family Memorial Day through Labor Day as part of the Blue Stars Museums program. The Museum is excited to be a part of this program […]

Can You Age-Proof Your Brain? Some Experts Think So. Here’s Some Ideas…

What is the one thing all people fear most as they age? Alzheimer ’s disease tops the list. Anytime we can’t instantaneously recall a name or a word, we worry, “uh oh, is my mind slipping?!” With all the information going into our mind, it’s no wonder we lose a bit now and then, but […]

Summer Camp Spark – Igniting Knowledge!

Camp Spark Weekly Sessions offered May 31—August 12, 2016 MoLab, Inc.’s Camp Spark – Igniting Knowledge! is offered when students in Leon County are on school breaks for the winter, spring, and throughout the summer. Sessions are presented at a local school or organization. The Summer Camp Spark 2016 session will be located at Saint […]

City of Tallahassee’s Sustainable YOU Conference: Registration Now Open

Want to learn more about how to preserve our natural environment, improve neighborhoods and gain strategies for long-term cost savings? Or find out how the tiny house movement can have large-scale benefits for residents and our community? Then don’t miss the City of Tallahassee’s Sustainable YOU Conference, scheduled for March 22-23. It’s all about The […]

The Frenchtown Farmers Market Reopens

The Frenchtown farmers market will reopen on March 5th at 524 North MLK Blvd. In partnership with the Community Redevelopment Agency, the farmers market represents a first step in plans to develop a local food business incubator on the property. The project, led by Frenchtown Neighborhood Improvement Association, is an effort to improve opportunity for […]