Week of June 20th
The Capital City Band of TCC has a Summer Concert Monday June 20th at 7PM at the Tallahassee Senior Center. They will be performing a concert of summer inspired music including John Phillip Sousa’s waltz, “I’ve made my plans for summer,” a patriotic sing along, and much more. Information can be found on the band’s facebook page Capital City Bands of Tallahassee.
The Big Bend Cares presents Artopia, Tallahassee’s largest charity art auction, on June 25th at 6:30PM at the Donald L. Tucker Civic Center. Art and media will include painting, sculpture, photography, arts and crafts, and more. Information is available at bigbendcares.org/artopia.
This is the last week to see the Masters of American Photography and the Pondering the Panhandle exhibits at the Gadsden Arts Center and Museum. The exhibits end on June 25th. Information can be found at gadsdenarts.org.
The LeRoy Collins Leon County Public Library has an exhibit called, “A Liking for Lichens” on display until June 30th. It is an exhibit of detailed nature studies of beautiful natural formations of lichens on twigs, bark pieces, limbs, trees, and stones in Leon County. It can be found at the Main Library Second Floor display wall, and it is open to the public.
This is the last full week to visit the 22nd floor Capitol Gallery to see the exhibit, 2 Regimes, brought to you by the Florida Division of Cultural Affairs. This stunning artwork exhibition features the artwork of Nadia Werbitzky and the writings of her mother, Teodora Verbitskaya. “Two Regimes” tells a true and powerful story of survival under the two regimes of Stalin and Hitler: before, during, and after the Holodomor of 1932-33, the Holocaust of 1933-1945, and WWII. The exhibit is open to the public Monday through Friday from 8AM to 5PM and is available through June 28th.
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