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  • Tallahassee Museum

    History: In 1957, a group of teachers, several civic groups and other interested members of the community  established the Tallahassee Junior Museum to offer school children enriching experiences with science, art, history, and world cultures. In the 1960s, it moved to...

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  • The Mary Brogan Museum Of Arts And Science

    The Mary Brogan Museum of Art and Science is a world-class educational and cultural organization that incorporates hands-on science activities with visual art exhibitions that teach as well as entertain. It is also a community resource for visual arts, science exploration, a...

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  • Railroad Square Art Park

    About Us: Railroad Square Art Park is Tallahassee's great cultural resource. Hosting more than 50 studios, galleries and small shops, Railroad Square is the creative haven of many Tallahassee artists and other small businesses. Railroad Square operates at its own quaint pac...

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  • Council On Culture And Arts

    Mission: COCA works on behalf of the community to support a vibrant quality of life in Leon County. Through its programs, COCA continually seeks ways to promote the area's diverse range of cultural events and traditions. Through innovative partnerships with community and ed...

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  • Performing Arts Center Of Tallahassee

    Our Mission The mission of Ballet Arts Conservatory of Tallahassee is to create artistically expressive dancers of good moral character from a diverse population. Our goal is to enable each student to reach his or her highest potential, at whatever age and level that might ...

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  • Mission San Luis

    About Us: Mission San Luis was the western capital of Spanish Florida from 1656 to 1704. Today the Mission is reconstructed on its original site so that visitors may experience vivid, personal encounters at this important colonial town. San Luis brings the 17th c...

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  • Knott House Museum

    The house currently known as the Knott House was constructed in 1843, probably by George Proctor, a free black builder. Attorney Thomas Hagner and his bride Catherine Gamble became the home's first residents the following year. Immediately after the Civil War ended, Union B...

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  • Museum Of Florida History

    In 1977 we opened our doors and you came to share, learn and experience Florida's extraordinary past. Over the years we enjoyed many significant moments as the Museum grew and evolved. Spectacular exhibits and cultural events are only a portion of what makes the Museum succe...

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  • Theatre Tallahassee

    History Theatre Tallahassee was founded on February 10th, 1949 as Tallahassee Little Theatre (TLT). The first play that was produced under that name was Boy Meets Girl presented on May 17th, 1949. In 1952, Tallahassee Little Theatre incorporated to become a non-profit orga...

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  • Theatre A La Carte

    New Page 1 Mission : The mission of Theatre A La Carte is to create high-quality award-winning musical theatre, cultivate an environment of artistic excellence and education for artists, audiences and the community, and advance knowledge, skills and participation in th...

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  • Florida State University Museum of Fine Arts

    Mission:The mission of the Museum is twofold: to enrich the university and the community by exhibiting works of art which expand the understanding of art today and of the past and to serve as a teaching instrument for art instruction, particularly by holding exhibitions of i...

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  • Goodwood Museum

    History: The estate known as Goodwood was assembled in the 1830s by Hardy Croom of North Carolina. Plans for a full-time Florida residence were dashed when he, his wife and three children perished in the sinking of their steamship while en route to Florida. Bryan ...

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  • LeMoyne Center for the Visual Arts

    Our mission is to promote and advance education, interest and participation in the contemporary visual arts.LeMoyne was founded in 1963 by four community leaders: Mary Metzke, Clifton Lewis, June Strauss, and Nanette Fisher. Their goal was the establishment of a fine art gal...

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  • 7 Days of Opening Nights

    About: Seven Days of Opening Nights is a performing-arts festival that takes place each February and spotlights Florida State University's commitment to the arts music, theatre, dance, visual art, film and literature. Now widely embraced as the high point on Tallahassee's ...

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  • Black Artists Movement

    The Black Artists Movement, BAM, is a multi-discipline arts organization. This organization is for all artists from the performing, visual, and technical arenas.Our mission is to create opportunities for artists of color to hone and display their skills and talents.Our prima...

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  • Killearn United Methodist Church

    About Us: Killearn United Methodist Church was founded in 1969 with 65 people and a budget of $1705. David Brazelton was our first pastor and we met at what is now Gilchrist Elementary School, before our Sanctuary and campus were built. Over the years we have gro...

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  • North Florida Fair

    History:I am excited about the many new exhibits that will be at the Fair. The Department of Agriculture will have their "Viva 500" display set up in the Agri-Business building. This display showcases 500 years of Florida agriculture. The Seminole Indian Tribe of Florida wil...

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  • LeMoyne Chain of Parks Art Festival
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  • Tallahassee Symphony Orchestra

    Celebrating 33 years of wonderful music, the Tallahassee Symphony Orchestra continues to achieve its mission of “producing musical performances of the highest quality” with each and every concert, presenting works of composers both classic and contemporary. ...

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  • The Alfred B. Maclay Gardens State Park

    The park is home to the beautiful and serene 28-acre ornamental garden. A stroll through this historical garden space is a nice respite from the hustle and bustle of life. It seems there is always a cool breeze to enjoy at the Lakeside pavilion, found along the main brick wa...

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  • Planetarium - Challenger Learning Center
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  • Pat Thomas Planetarium

    The Pat Thomas Planetarium is part of the Physics department at Florida State University.  It has been in operation since 1982.  It was recently upgraded to a state-of-the-art digital system with high definition projectors, powerful computers and advanced software....

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  • Tallahassee Irish Society

    About Us:The Tallahassee Irish Society's exclusive activity is promoting Irish and Celtic heritage and history through cultural and social events in the greater Tallahassee community. The Society is non-political, non-religious, and not-for-profit and will not be involved in...

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  • The John G. Riley Center/Museum

    The John G. Riley Center/Museum is a historical and cultural gem that sits at the bottom of a hill in downtown Tallahassee, at the corner of Meridian and Jefferson Streets.The Riley historic home represents the thriving black neighborhood, known as Smokey Hollow, that once e...

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  • Capital City Bands of Tallahassee

    Our HistoryEarly HistoryAccording to records and residents' memories, Tallahassee's first town band was formed around 1924. The founder, leader, and private instrumental instructor were all in the person of Mr. Frank Fitch. Membership numbered between 20 and 25, and consiste...

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  • Springtime Tallahassee Festival

    While Springtime Tallahassee is known for producing one of the top festivals in the southeastern United States, the festival weekend also provides a huge economic impact to Leon County. Visitors spending over the festival weekend is calculated to be over $5 million dollars. ...

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  • B Sharps Jazz Society

    This building was imagined and financially supported by a group of African American women who belonged to the Womans Working Band.  A sub set of the Bible Band movement, the Womans Working Band raised money to support specific projects that would uplift their communities. ...

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  • Bradfordville Blues Club

    The Bradfordville Blues Club experience is like no other. It combines a truly unique location and atmosphere with the best the Blues has to offer. Hidden in a rural part of Tallahassee, the experience begins when you travel down the winding dirt roads and up the hill that le...

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  • Brewfest Tallahassee

    Tallahassee Sunrise Rotary is putting on its annual beer, food, and music festival at the Tallahassee Automobile Museum. -Unlimited tastings of 200+ different beers-A large festival site that will include both indoor and outdoor settings...

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  • Lunafest - Tallahassee
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  • Southern Shakespeare Festival
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  • The Fuzzy Pineapple Art and Craft Festival
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  • Big Bend Community Orchestra

    The Big Bend Community Orchestra (BBCO) provides opportunities for community musicians to learn and play orchestral music together, encourages school age children to become interested in music through educational programs, and performs orchestral music for the public. The BB...

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  • Oktoberfest
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  • Florida Tap Invitational
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  • Hispanic Festival
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  • Tallahassee Science Festival
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  • Florida Jazz and Blues Festival
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  • Florida Guitar Festival
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  • Tally Shorts Film Festival
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