Welcome Back Students!
WHO: All College Students with Valid Student ID
WHAT: Welcome Back Event with FREE admission, live music, and 12% off Tree to Tree Adventures Zipline rates!
WHEN: Sunday, August 28 from 11am to 5pm
WHERE: Tallahassee Museum
The first 100 students will also receive SWAG BAGS filled w/cups, koozies, gift certificates and coupons to some of the great local restaurants/bars! Must have valid College ID.
Bradley Foutch will be performing during the event from 12-3 PM!
Students will explore the shoreline of Lake Bradford in this hands-on learning experience! This class will collect samples using dip nets, take a closer look at specimens with digital microscopes, and learn about animals that live in our local wetland ecosystems.
The right plant, the right place, and the right season all play a role in successfully growing herbs in North Florida. Come and learn the many types of herbs you can grow in your garden this fall! Samples will be available for tasting and smelling, and participants will plant a few seeds of their own to take home. Deadline: Friday September 2 at noon.
Students will explore the shoreline of Lake Bradford for a hands-on learning experience. In this class your child will collect samples using dip nets, take a closer look with digital microscopes, and learn about animals that live in our local wetland ecosystems.
Registration Deadline is Wednesday, September 7, 2016.
This workshop is free; non-members who wish to visit the Museum after the workshop must pay Museum admission.
TAPP instructors will take participants through the design and planning of a rain barrel and on their properties to slow the flow of water from their yards and improve groundwater recharge. Instructors will be available afterward to answer questions and discuss the specifics of each participant’s yard.
Registration deadline: Friday September 9, 2016 by noon.
Registration Deadline: Wednesday, September 7, 2016
Long-time Living History Volunteer and fiber arts genius, Anna Lovcy, will be teaching several crochet classes this workshop season. Sign up for just one class or all of her classes! This class is great for beginners, with experienced crocheters also welcome to learn new skills.
All workshop participants must be at least 14 years of age to participate in this workshop. Any participants under the age of 16 must be accompanied by an adult.
Materials for this class are not provided. To participate you will need to bring an “I” sized crochet hook and a skein of medium hued yarn of worsted weight (noted on yarn label).
Have you ever wanted to know more about the wildlife at the Museum? Explore the diverse diets of our bears, river otters, panther and cougars. This program takes you behind the scenes with one of the Museum’s animal keepers who will walk you through the feeding process of these 3 species.
Limit 15 people per program; children 10 and up welcome. Registration deadline: Wednesday September 14, 2016 at noon.