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The Challenger Learning Center Downtown Digital Dome Theatre and Planetarium is a 50-foot, high-definition theatre with a 20,600-watt Dolby 5.1 surround sound system and state-of-the-art projectors that seats 128. The Downtown Digital Dome features educational and entertaining programming for all ages – for both the young and the young at heart. Visitors are also able to view the night sky and explore the galaxy without the use of the outdated mechanical star-ball common to other planetariums. The Downtown Digital Dome Theatre and Planetarium can be rented for private functions such as presentations, film screenings and parties.
Showtimes are Thursday-Sunday.
We will be holding a Picnic at Tom Brown Park
Meet at PlayGround
For LGBTQ Youth, Teens, Young Adults & Adults
Come and Meet New Friends
Location: Tom Brown Park
Date: September 25, 2021 Saturday
Time: 12:00 PM to 3:00 PM
check web-site for more details
Club & Community Plant & Craft Sale
Vendors on site selling various craftwork.
The Sickle Cell Foundation, Inc. was organized on February 21, 1980, at the office of the Tallahassee Urban League. Upon installation of the newly organized foundation, an official charter was issued and later received nonprofit organization 501(c)(3) exempt status. There are sixteen (16) chapters in the State of Florida. The Sickle Cell Foundation, Inc. is the only local agency serving District II providing services to the following counties: Leon, Jefferson, Wakulla, Madison, Taylor, Gadsden, and Jackson counties.
Join the Sickle Cell Foundation Inc. as they explore awareness, compassion, non-judgment, and patience. Carissa Hunter, Community Outreach Director and Holistic Health Practitioner of Complementary Alternative Therapies, will present on mindfulness.
The Historic Capitol Museum invites fans of all ages to join us this fall to commemorate the 50th anniversary of the opening of Disney World on October 1, 2021, with a series of magical Movie Nights under the stars enjoying classic Disney films. The series kick-off features National Treasure (2004; PG). Follow treasure hunter Benjamin Franklin Gates as he delves into the past to solve a mystery in the present. Historic sites, figures, and legends—even a familiar foundational document–provide the path to a treasure of mythical proportions.
Bring your favorite lawn chairs or blanket for seating in the Capitol Courtyard and picnic dinners are welcome. The movie and snacks are free! The movie will begin at sundown (approximately 8:00 p.m.), but arrive early to set-up your spot and visit the Museum’s exhibits after-hours.
Be sure to RSVP as Going in the Facebook event at https://bit.ly/treasuremovienight so that you receive all the latest event updates including weather delays.
This free program is made possible by sponsors Disney, Tallahassee Downtown, Florida TaxWatch, and Dr. Ed H. Moore and Kathleen Moore.
The Good News Outreach Annual Prayer Breakfast is an opportunity for dedicated stewards from around Tallahassee to gather in prayer and celebration of the progress being made to end local food insecurity, aid in the healthy, meaningful transition of incarcerated individuals back into the community and provide affordable housing options for families who have experienced hardship/crisis or would otherwise be homeless. In addition to a keynote address by State Representative Allison Tant, the event will provide viewers/attendees a glimpse into the positive impact donations and volunteers are making throughout GNO’s ministries. It is free to attend virtually. Individuals and businesses interested in sponsoring and attending the Prayer Breakfast in person will find more information, including the online registration link, at https://www.goodnewsoutreach.org/events.