Thursday, March 12, 2015

Discover Florida's Unique Communities

Friends of the Fernandina Library's Adult Programs Committee
with support from the Florida Humanities Council. 

Tickets are in short supply so be sure to get them early. 

March 24
Rick Smith presents Florida: a Land Remembered, a multimedia program about his father, author Patrick Smith, and the story 
behind the writing of this beloved book. 

Please note: There are no tickets left for this program and there is a long waiting list. If you have tickets you will not be using, please leave them at the Library so others can enjoy the program. Thank you.

April 23
Speaking of the Dead. Author/photographer, Gary Monroe, 
will take a humanistic and scholarly look at 
Cassadaga, the South's Largest Spiritualist Community. The program from 7 to 8:30 pm at Cafe Karibo is free. Tickets to a reception with Mr. Monroe from 5:30 to 7:00 pm, also at Cafe Karibo, are $25 each. Tickets are limited and are required for both events. 
You can get your tickets at the library.

June 4
Dr. Tina Bucuvalas will discuss the
Tarpon Springs: Greek Cultural Heritage on the Sponge Docks. Stay tuned for more information and be sure to get your tickets early!

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