Events

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Apr
16
Thu
2020
Graffitti Tours
Apr 16 all-day

Browse online exhibitions featuring leading street artists and their work.

Take a Tour

Apr
17
Fri
2020
Dive Into a National Marine Sanctuary
Apr 17 all-day

These sanctuary views can be seen on a personal computer or a smartphone. Pair your phone with a virtual reality headset or goggles of your choice (and click the googles icon icon) for an extra‐immersive experience.

Select which sanctuary you want to visit above and click on a panorama to start your dive!

Take a Dive

FENNEC FOXES AT THE TALLAHASSEE MUSEUM! @ Tallahassee Museum
Apr 17 @ 9:00 am – 5:00 pm

The Tallahassee Museum’s 2020 Spring Guest Animal Exhibit opens Friday, March 13th, and features seven Fennec foxes.

Twice per year, the Museum’s Guest Animal Exhibit hosts exotic wildlife from around the world, so our community has an opportunity to explore and educate themselves about the differences and similarities between our current guests and our displays of native animals.

Native to the arid regions of North Africa throughout the Sahara, the Fennec foxes are on loan from Zooville USA in Plant City, FL. They are the smallest Canid species with the largest ears. Fennec Foxes weigh an average of three pounds, with ears up to six inches long, and one-third of their body weight. Their large ears are food for two things: an excellent sense of hearing, with the ability to listen to prey moving underground and keeping them cool in the desert climate.

Adults $12.00
Seniors (65+) $11.50
College Students (w/I.D.)$11.50
Children (4-15) $9.00
Children (3 and under)Free (with family)
Members Free
Group Admission Rates (Groups of 20 or more)
Adults $10.50
Children (15 and under) $8.50

Apr
18
Sat
2020
New England Aquarium
Apr 18 all-day

Join the New England Aquarium for live presentations, new videos, and activities to try from home.

Visit the Aquarium

FENNEC FOXES AT THE TALLAHASSEE MUSEUM! @ Tallahassee Museum
Apr 18 @ 9:00 am – 5:00 pm

The Tallahassee Museum’s 2020 Spring Guest Animal Exhibit opens Friday, March 13th, and features seven Fennec foxes.

Twice per year, the Museum’s Guest Animal Exhibit hosts exotic wildlife from around the world, so our community has an opportunity to explore and educate themselves about the differences and similarities between our current guests and our displays of native animals.

Native to the arid regions of North Africa throughout the Sahara, the Fennec foxes are on loan from Zooville USA in Plant City, FL. They are the smallest Canid species with the largest ears. Fennec Foxes weigh an average of three pounds, with ears up to six inches long, and one-third of their body weight. Their large ears are food for two things: an excellent sense of hearing, with the ability to listen to prey moving underground and keeping them cool in the desert climate.

Adults $12.00
Seniors (65+) $11.50
College Students (w/I.D.)$11.50
Children (4-15) $9.00
Children (3 and under)Free (with family)
Members Free
Group Admission Rates (Groups of 20 or more)
Adults $10.50
Children (15 and under) $8.50

Streaming “Live” from the BBC (Bradfordville Blues Club)
Apr 18 @ 9:00 pm – 10:30 pm

Join us every Saturday night at 9:00 on Moose Magnificat streaming radio (MooseMagnificat.com) for some of the best blues artists from around the country who have graced the corner stage with their powerful performances. Joey Gilmore, Brett Wellman, Betty Fox Band, Joyann Parker, Albert Castiglia, Johnnie Marshall are just a few of the celebrated artists you will hear.

 

Tune in

Apr
19
Sun
2020
Reimagining Jewelry @ Goodwood Museum & Gardens
Apr 19 @ 1:00 pm – 3:30 pm

Do you have something old, something blue, and want to create something new? No, this isn’t a wedding. It is a jewelry workshop! Create beautiful jewelry from found objects or costume jewelry. Bust out the beads, pet rocks, glass, and wire. Your jewelry will be the talk of your friends! Create beautiful keepsakes and be environmentally friendly.

This class will be taught by Joella McGoogan from the Florida Society of Goldsmiths. Tools are provided. Use provided materials or bring your own!

Reimagining Jewelry will be on Sunday, April 19th from 1 – 3:30 PM. Tickets will be $40 and can be found at: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/94703078457. For more information, please contact goodwood@goodwoodmuseum.org or call 850-877-4202.

Apr
20
Mon
2020
Visit Blarney Castle
Apr 20 all-day

Had to cancel St. Patrick’s Day plans? No problem! Take a virtual tour of Blarney Castle, built nearly 600 years ago by one of Ireland’s greatest chieftains, Cormac MacCarthy.

FENNEC FOXES AT THE TALLAHASSEE MUSEUM! @ Tallahassee Museum
Apr 20 @ 9:00 am – 5:00 pm

The Tallahassee Museum’s 2020 Spring Guest Animal Exhibit opens Friday, March 13th, and features seven Fennec foxes.

Twice per year, the Museum’s Guest Animal Exhibit hosts exotic wildlife from around the world, so our community has an opportunity to explore and educate themselves about the differences and similarities between our current guests and our displays of native animals.

Native to the arid regions of North Africa throughout the Sahara, the Fennec foxes are on loan from Zooville USA in Plant City, FL. They are the smallest Canid species with the largest ears. Fennec Foxes weigh an average of three pounds, with ears up to six inches long, and one-third of their body weight. Their large ears are food for two things: an excellent sense of hearing, with the ability to listen to prey moving underground and keeping them cool in the desert climate.

Adults $12.00
Seniors (65+) $11.50
College Students (w/I.D.)$11.50
Children (4-15) $9.00
Children (3 and under)Free (with family)
Members Free
Group Admission Rates (Groups of 20 or more)
Adults $10.50
Children (15 and under) $8.50

Apr
21
Tue
2020
Visit Yosemite
Apr 21 all-day

We love this virtual tour of Yosemite! Turn your speakers on for the full experience.
Take the Tour

Apr
22
Wed
2020
FENNEC FOXES AT THE TALLAHASSEE MUSEUM! @ Tallahassee Museum
Apr 22 @ 9:00 am – 5:00 pm

The Tallahassee Museum’s 2020 Spring Guest Animal Exhibit opens Friday, March 13th, and features seven Fennec foxes.

Twice per year, the Museum’s Guest Animal Exhibit hosts exotic wildlife from around the world, so our community has an opportunity to explore and educate themselves about the differences and similarities between our current guests and our displays of native animals.

Native to the arid regions of North Africa throughout the Sahara, the Fennec foxes are on loan from Zooville USA in Plant City, FL. They are the smallest Canid species with the largest ears. Fennec Foxes weigh an average of three pounds, with ears up to six inches long, and one-third of their body weight. Their large ears are food for two things: an excellent sense of hearing, with the ability to listen to prey moving underground and keeping them cool in the desert climate.

Adults $12.00
Seniors (65+) $11.50
College Students (w/I.D.)$11.50
Children (4-15) $9.00
Children (3 and under)Free (with family)
Members Free
Group Admission Rates (Groups of 20 or more)
Adults $10.50
Children (15 and under) $8.50

Apr
23
Thu
2020
Graffitti Tours
Apr 23 all-day

Browse online exhibitions featuring leading street artists and their work.

Take a Tour

Apr
24
Fri
2020
Dive Into a National Marine Sanctuary
Apr 24 all-day

These sanctuary views can be seen on a personal computer or a smartphone. Pair your phone with a virtual reality headset or goggles of your choice (and click the googles icon icon) for an extra‐immersive experience.

Select which sanctuary you want to visit above and click on a panorama to start your dive!

Take a Dive

BOOT CAMP l Nonprofit 101 @ ONLINE
Apr 24 @ 8:30 am – 3:30 pm

BOOT CAMP: NONPROFIT 101

ONLINE – https://www.theinstitutefornonprofits.org/index.php?option=com_jevents&task=icalrepeat.detail&evid=1483&Itemid=158&year=2020&month=04&day=24&title=boot-camp-nonprofit-101-04242020&uid=cd400a0b171154406b2c14c06c564a54

Audience: Executive Director, Social Entrepreneurs and Start-up Nonprofits
“Thank you so much for the incredibly informative boot camp for nonprofits that I attended last Friday. It was a wealth of information and my head is full of thoughts but mostly I’m enthused to push forward with this new Foundation – so thank you again.” –Julz Graham, Florida Skin Cancer Foundation.

Running a nonprofit is hard work. It requires specific skills and expertise to make the organization successful. INIE is here to help you tackle that challenge. Welcome to Nonprofit 101 Bootcamp, designed specifically for those wanting a focused overview of nonprofit operations.

The one-day session includes the following subjects: Formation and Compliance, Accounting and Budgeting and Board Relations, Marketing and Communications, Fund Development Planning and Basics of Strategic Planning.

LOCATION: INIE Training Room
TIME: 8:30 am – 3:30 pm

Register Today!
INIE Member: $99
NonMember: $199

FENNEC FOXES AT THE TALLAHASSEE MUSEUM! @ Tallahassee Museum
Apr 24 @ 9:00 am – 5:00 pm

The Tallahassee Museum’s 2020 Spring Guest Animal Exhibit opens Friday, March 13th, and features seven Fennec foxes.

Twice per year, the Museum’s Guest Animal Exhibit hosts exotic wildlife from around the world, so our community has an opportunity to explore and educate themselves about the differences and similarities between our current guests and our displays of native animals.

Native to the arid regions of North Africa throughout the Sahara, the Fennec foxes are on loan from Zooville USA in Plant City, FL. They are the smallest Canid species with the largest ears. Fennec Foxes weigh an average of three pounds, with ears up to six inches long, and one-third of their body weight. Their large ears are food for two things: an excellent sense of hearing, with the ability to listen to prey moving underground and keeping them cool in the desert climate.

Adults $12.00
Seniors (65+) $11.50
College Students (w/I.D.)$11.50
Children (4-15) $9.00
Children (3 and under)Free (with family)
Members Free
Group Admission Rates (Groups of 20 or more)
Adults $10.50
Children (15 and under) $8.50

Apr
25
Sat
2020
Jazz and Blues and Pioneer Breakfast @ Tallahassee Museum
Apr 25 – Apr 26 all-day

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.

New England Aquarium
Apr 25 all-day

Join the New England Aquarium for live presentations, new videos, and activities to try from home.

Visit the Aquarium

FENNEC FOXES AT THE TALLAHASSEE MUSEUM! @ Tallahassee Museum
Apr 25 @ 9:00 am – 5:00 pm

The Tallahassee Museum’s 2020 Spring Guest Animal Exhibit opens Friday, March 13th, and features seven Fennec foxes.

Twice per year, the Museum’s Guest Animal Exhibit hosts exotic wildlife from around the world, so our community has an opportunity to explore and educate themselves about the differences and similarities between our current guests and our displays of native animals.

Native to the arid regions of North Africa throughout the Sahara, the Fennec foxes are on loan from Zooville USA in Plant City, FL. They are the smallest Canid species with the largest ears. Fennec Foxes weigh an average of three pounds, with ears up to six inches long, and one-third of their body weight. Their large ears are food for two things: an excellent sense of hearing, with the ability to listen to prey moving underground and keeping them cool in the desert climate.

Adults $12.00
Seniors (65+) $11.50
College Students (w/I.D.)$11.50
Children (4-15) $9.00
Children (3 and under)Free (with family)
Members Free
Group Admission Rates (Groups of 20 or more)
Adults $10.50
Children (15 and under) $8.50

Streaming “Live” from the BBC (Bradfordville Blues Club)
Apr 25 @ 9:00 pm – 10:30 pm

Join us every Saturday night at 9:00 on Moose Magnificat streaming radio (MooseMagnificat.com) for some of the best blues artists from around the country who have graced the corner stage with their powerful performances. Joey Gilmore, Brett Wellman, Betty Fox Band, Joyann Parker, Albert Castiglia, Johnnie Marshall are just a few of the celebrated artists you will hear.

 

Tune in