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Experience the “out-of-this-world” moment (literally) when the United States of America achieved exploration greatness with APOLLO 11: First Steps Edition. Boasting “how far and how fast we have come,” as a nation, during a time where traveling to the moon was unthinkable, the brilliantly curated film pilots the audience through the lunar landing journey of avid preparation, anxious lift off and triumphant return. APOLLO 11 was made specifically for a giant screen at museums and science centers, offering an exclusive take into “the greatest and most complex exploration in Man’s history.”
Featuring a newly-discovered trove of never-before-seen 70 mm footage and more than 11,000 hours of uncatalogued audio recordings, the film offers a distinctive feature from the documentary genre, without narration. Here, the alluring nature of IMAX and unclassified audio recordings speak for themselves, even in its moments of restless silence. APOLLO 11 showcases the raw reality of humanity’s greatest achievements as the first to put men on the moon.
The 47 minute IMAX experience, APOLLO 11: First Steps Edition, excites family and friends of all ages to experience an American triumph at an affordable price. Offering tickets between $6-8, purchases support the Challenger Learning Center’s community outreach and educational programming. APOLLO 11: First Steps Edition is sponsored locally in part through the Council on Culture and Arts’ Cultural Grant Program, funded by the City of Tallahassee and Leon County.
Dr. Jonathan Sheppard is the executive director at Mission San Luis: Florida’s Apalachee-Spanish Living History Museum in Tallahassee. He studied at F.S.U. and has researched two books on Civil War history as it relates to Florida.
In addition to his “day job”, Dr. Sheppard continues being interested in historical research. During his research he has found unexpected information in odd or unexpected locations, which he will present at the meeting. It is expected his personal experiences will offer ideas to our members for their own family history research.
The meeting will be held in Program Room A of the downtown public library, 200 W. Park Ave. Sharing time is at 1:30pm and the meeting starts at 2pm.
Chair Yoga is a gentle form of yoga. Students will practice postures (asanas) and breathing exercises. This free class is designed for beginners, and includes benefits such as increased strength, flexibility, and range of motion as well as improved balance and focus.
Summer chair yoga classes will be held on the 2nd and 4th Mondays in June, July, and August. This class will begin at Noon and end at 12:50 PM and will be held in Goodwood’s Carriage House.
For questions or more information please call 850-877-4202 ext. 232 or email email@example.com
The Office of Supplier Diversity & FSU’s Procurement Services present the Wednesday Workshop Series For Small Businesses. During the August 28 workshop, small businesses will learn about marketing tips and resources.
•Glorida Pugh, AMWAT Moving Warehousing & Storage
• Keith Bowers, Regional Director, FSBDC at Florida A&M University
Ready4Work is a nationally recognized program assisting ex-offenders with re-entry into the community and workforce, effectively leading clients toward a productive life.
Ready4Work’s Life Coach training is intended to equip its life coaches with the skills required to support ex-offenders’ efforts for community reintegration.
The role of a life coach is that of a confidant, counselor, and champion. A life coach helps build confidence and instills personal accountability/ responsibility in people, as well as helps establish boundaries for those seeking assistance. Essentially a life coach stands as a “role model for life.”
Please RSVP to Life Coach Training at firstname.lastname@example.org. To learn more about READY4WORK visit https://www.ready4worktally.com.
Recommended for ages 8 and up
For the first time since 1972, a crew of astronauts is returning to the Moon. Your mission is to establish a permanent base for Earth observation and determine whether off-Earth settlements are possible. Teams work together and ensure a safe lunar arrival. Sponsored locally by Shell.
Let’s engage our children to embrace whole health wellness as a way to live.
Learning healthy habits can be easy and fun in this parent and child class. Children will play with therapy animals, express their feelings through art, and practice nursery rhyme yoga, all while learning about healthy life choices. Join your child in this fun 6-week course for parents and children between ages 2-5 years old.
Each week a different instructor will present to parents and children one aspect of whole health wellness. The course will cost $50 for each child and includes all 6 classes. Classes will begin on September 9th at 10 AM and continue each Monday until October 14th.
The course is limited to 25 children. Please register in advance at www.goodwoodmuseum.org or email email@example.com for more information.
Each class will be held in Goodwood Museum & Garden’s Jubilee Cottage at 10 AM.
Pagan Pride Day is a FREE event centering the community and education of Pagan and earth-based spiritual paths. The event is open to the public and family-friendly. People new to pagan ideas, those who have been practicing for decades, and everyone in between is invited. We welcome all traditions, genders, sexual orientations, races, ages, and paths to join us.
The event is an all-day affair, with workshops in the afternoon, followed by a public Mabon ritual and entertainment in the evening. We will also have pagan artisans and organizations in our vendor room.
The afternoon workshops are a chance for teachers and elders within our local and regional communities to share their knowledge and wisdom on a variety of esoteric topics.
The public ritual to follow will bring us together in sacred space to raise energy in celebration and support of the Tallahassee Pagan community.
Entertainment in the evening will feature Mama Gina. With down-to-earth, bluesy vocals, a bit of humor, and straight-ahead, rhythmic, acoustic guitar, she tells the true stories that fall into her head and heart.
Children’s activities and vendor booths featuring local artisans, organization, and divination including tarot card reading will be available throughout the day.
Learn more at tallahasseepaganprideday.com or on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/events/315831112601916/
This event is hosted and organized by Dandelion Pagan Collective and Red Hills Pagan Council.
Dandelion Pagan Collective is an intersectional, open and accepting group about Paganism, Wicca, Witchcraft, Shamanism and other related paths for people in and around Tallahassee, Florida. Our meetings include discussion, workshops, presentations, rituals, and community building. We are open and accepting of all people regardless of their race, gender, age, culture or ability.
The Red Hills Pagan Council is a civic organization dedicated to uniting pagans from North Florida and South Georgia. We strive to educate the general public about the positive focus of our religious perspectives, thereby promoting goodwill, peace and religious liberty for the positive, earth-based religions which we represent. We welcome all traditions, genders, sexual orientations, races, ages, and paths to join together for the benefit of our community and environment.
Join Florida Disabled Outdoors Association for three days of waterskiing, tennis, martial arts, rock climbing, SCUBA, and more at the 30th Annual SportsAbility held by the Florida Disabled Outdoors Association! The event will be held April 2-4, 2020. Adults and children, both with and without disabilities are encouraged to experience hands-on recreation activities for no cost thanks to our friends and sponsors in the community!
Families will learn about opportunities to engage in recreation TOGETHER around the Tallahassee area. SportsAbility aims to provide experiences and enable everyone to participate in as many or few activities as they please. Activity providers have adaptations available to make the games playable for everyone. Some activities include golf, art, martial arts, SCUBA, waterskiing, boat rides, tennis, archery, biking, horseback riding, rock climbing, and more!
• Thursday, April 2, from 6:00 p.m. – 8:00 p.m. at the Miracle Field at Messer Park
• Friday, April 3, from 10:00 a.m. – 2:00 p.m. at the TCC Lifetime Sports Complex
• Saturday, April 4, from 10:00 a.m. – 3:00 p.m. at Alfred B. Maclay Gardens
For information and registration, visit www.fdoa.org. You can also contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org or (850) 201-2944.