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Description: Please contact Rae Harper if you are interested in this training crharper usf. Space is limited to the first 20 registrants. Related link: ! Description: Scholars of the Looking for Angola project return to the suncoast where the project began to participate in a symposium and public lecture. This event is free and open to the public. FPAN is posting this event as a courtesy, we will neither be hosting nor attending this event.
Location: Selby Library, Central Ave. Description: Time Sifters presents Dr. G, RoomAvon Park. Description: MOFAC presents Hermann Trappmann telling the story of the Florida native people and how they learned to survive and defend a powerful, challenging place. Description: Come out and see fine demonstrators of historic skills and portrayals of life before Description: Come and see fine demonstrators of historic skills and portrayals of life before Enjoy beautiful photos while hearing colorful, poignant, and humorous interviews of people who love being on the water and work to portect it.
Description: Living History encampment event. Description: "From Paleolithic Caves to the Museum of Modern Art: Documenting and Preserving Humanity's Cultural Legacy," a presentation by Carla Schroer and Mark Mudge regarding new technologies they have developed for documenting and analyzing the surface of objects. Please call for reservations. Description: Presentations will be made by the students who won this year's Student Grant Competition. Description: Carol Mahler will talk about the challenges which Guy LaBree has confronted to present the Seminole point of view in his paintings of Seminole legend, culture, and history.
Book ing follows the program. Description: Dr. Stacey Barber from the Univ. Location: Bldg. Description: 29th annual F. Fest - Florida Istitute for Saltwater Heritage. The fest begins on Feb 18th and runs thru Sat, Feb This year the festival has moved locations to th St. Description: Fun for the entire family! Description: Come enjoy the rich cultural heritage of Florida celebrated in March statewide.
The theme of this year is "Native Plants and Native Peoples. Author, I. Mac Perry, will speak at 1 P. No registration required. Description: Speakers: Craig Pittman St. Pete Times and Dr. William H. Marquardt Florida Museum Natural History. Anne Reynolds will be speaking about archaeobotany, keeping with the Native People, Native Plant theme.
Students from Walker Memorial Academy will also be presenting their journals and posters depicting native-Floridians. Description: Come out and learn about what life was like during the pioneer days of Florida. Ten teams will compete for prizes in the barbecued rib cook-off.
Description: Every March DeSoto Memorial brings together re-enactor groups from all over Florida for a timeline spanning years. Description: Watch archaeologists in action and learn about the history of Ybor City. Fun and educational activities for children and adults.
Free and open to the public! Description: An organization devoted to maritime research and the building of nautical display models of every era, in any material. Description: The biggest plant event in the area - The Annual Spring Plant Festival at the USF Botanical Gardens - brings together plant enthusiasts from all over to learn about landscaping and specialty plants. Over 70 vendors and experts on hand to help you with your Florida plant needs. Free parking and children activity area, free talks and workshops, lots of food and fun.
Description: Pedro Perez-Sarduy is a poet, writer, journalist, and broadcaster living in London. Jean Stubbs on a visual exploration of the Havana Cigar world, both real and imaginary. It is a journey of transfers of seed, knowledge and people, against a backdrop of landmark political upheavals; smoking, anti-smoking, and anti-anti-smoking campaigns; and disputed brands produced in Cuba and abroad.
Description: us to learn about the coastal environment and the early residents of Weedon Island Preserve. We will be hiking through coastal mangrove and upland ecosystems of the Preserve so be sure to bring water and a snack. A hat and closed-toe shoes are also recommended. Description: Conquistador Landed in Tampa Bay May 30th to begin a four year journey that took him and an army of over through the American Southeast. Then us for a day full of activities and demonstrations about the Spanish and the Native American people who's lives would be forever altered by this expedition.
Tatsuya Murakami is currently serving as a postdoc for the Anthropology Dept. Explore the parks waterways and learn how water was the lifeways for Florida Indians, Spanish explorers, and Florida's settlers and pioneers. Discover ways Ladies seeking casual sex Fort meade Florida 33841 we can protect Florida's most precious resource.
All equipment and kayaks are provided. All children under the age of 18 must be accompanied by an adult. RSVP only by calling Description: The youngest Civil War soldier was only nine years old. Kids can discover more amazing stories about pioneer and Seminole kids in Florida during the Civil War. Preserve meat using salt instead of a refrigerator, craft a Seminole necklace and build a model log cabin. End the week by creating your own Olympics made of pioneer and Seminole games right in our neighboring waterfront park. Description: Come aboard the American Victory Ship during spring break of Hillsborough County and kids 12 and under will receive free admission with the purchase of one full price adult ticket one youth per one adult.
Description: As part of this event, we will have three atlatl sessions, to teach children of USF employees about prehistoric Florida and experimental archaeology. Description: Presentations and posters will be presented all day pertaining to Florida anthropological and archaeological studies. Did you know the first airport in the Tampa Bay area was located on the Preserve?
Did you know that Weedon Island Preserve once had a movie studio? Come and us as we explore the exciting, and sometimes unbelievable, history of Weedon Island Preserve. For the past years, there has never been a dull moment in this corner of Pinellas County.
Barbara J. Little University of Maryland. FPAN will be in the exhibitor hall Friday evening. FPAN will be in the exhibitor hall all day and giving a presentation for educators. Description: Journey back into Florida's past when the saber cat, giant sloth, mammoth, giant tortoise and bison roamed the sunshine state. Afterwards, test your tortoise spurs with a fun, hands-on activity. NE, St. PetersburgLadies seeking casual sex Fort meade Florida 33841
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