Florida: Her Stories

Do you know why hurricanes are named after both men and women? Or how the mimosa was invented? Or what Miami used to be called before it was “Miami”? What about where the cheapest limes are? Do you know what some women will do for a new pair of shoes? Join Femuscrips for Florida: Her […]

29th Annual South Florida Political and Historical Collectibles Show

Buying, selling, trading political campaign artifacts: Buttons, ribbons china, posters, autographs and more. Free appraisals with paid admission, buyers present. Other historical items on sale including rare books and documents, Civil War, WWI and WWII, Civil Rights and cause, paper, ephemera, postcards, advertising collectibles, etc. Guests and dealers are required to wear face coverings and […]

Sacred Fire (In-Person & Virtual)

Join us for an In-Person & Virtual mixed-genre art performance that explores the chronological range of Western classical music compositions by composers of African descent by merging engaging visual elements and sound. Presented by FTF and New Cannon Chamber Collective, Sacred Fire is a chronological musical journey from Afro-British to Afro-Brazilian music, narrated with poetic […]

Key West History And Culture Southernmost Walking Tour

Key West Southernmost Walking Tour is all about exploring and learning how Key West become one of the top vacation destination in the USA. We will start at famous Kino Sandals Shop and from there will walk to Southernmost Point Buoy. Along the way you will hear history of Key West and find out why […]

ONE@SRT: Isabel Tucen’s Soul by Soul

Join us for a Stage-to-Screen one-person show based on the life of Harriet Tubman, one of the most famous conductors of the Underground Railroad, who guided 300 slaves to freedom in 19 harrowing trips. Playwright/director/composer and lyricist Tucen says, “Harriet has taught me to use my voice and advocate relentlessly for the things I believe […]