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Start off a great Jazz and Blues Festival weekend with good eatin’ for a good cause!
On Saturday, April 25th, between 8 a.m. and 11 a.m. enjoy a hearty, outdoor meal at our Pioneer Breakfast on the 1880’s-style farmstead. This down-home fundraiser features Register’s freshly grilled sausage, scrambled eggs, pancakes and real Bradley’s Country Store grits. The Museum’s Board of Trustees will serve up heaping helpings, along with coffee, juice and milk.
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 most gorgeous venue in town, 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! Guests are welcome to bring camp chairs and blankets.
This year you’ll be joining thousands of people in cities across the country for March for Babies, and helping to raise critical funds to support research, advocacy and programs for the health of all moms and babies. We are excited to host again at The Pavilion at The Centre of Tallahassee formally known as The Tallahassee Mall. This will be a huge movement to bring the community together so we can make a visible statement! 3 miles of nothing but fun and purpose! We will have entertainment for the whole family including: youth groups from Leon County Schools performing, face painting, food trucks, bouncy houses and so much more.
We are so excited to bring a new approach to our 2020 summer camp program! Don’t worry, we’ll maintain our nature-based education method, which includes a healthy balance of indoor and outdoor time and implements hands-on immersive nature experiences. As a nature-based camp program, each week-long summer session will introduce concepts concerning our natural world today. As a camp team, students will work together to find solutions to some of the issues at hand. We have invited experts in the fields of water conservation, bee keeping, agriculture and farming, as well as in areas of tourism to share the work they do and how it all relates to the natural wonders of the Florida landscape. This year we’ll apply our hands-on immersive experiences, as well as the lessons learned from our guest speakers in the development of an end of week collaborative project for each week-long session of camp.