Aug 12, 2008 - 7:00pm - 8:15pm
Dog Days Sunset Guided Walking Tours
Downtown Chain of Parks
across from Urbane Restaurant and Bar, Park Avenue
Tues.in August. Meet at the fountain in Ponce de Leon Park, between Adams and Monroe. Leisurely guided walking
tours around the historic Park Avenue Chain of Parks (slight hills). The route is between Old City Cemetery on MLK,
and the remains of the Old May Oak, E. Gadsden. Hear about this area's Deep South Customs, haunts, architecture,
people, and events. Well behaved dogs are welcome accompanied by their responsible dog owners. A healthy and
fun thing to do before or after dinning downtown. Reservations required, preferably by noon the day of the tour.
Check/cash accepted only. Besides tour fee, donations will be acceptedy for the Leon County Humane Society.
$10/pp; $3 child age 4 and under Beth LaCivita tours@historicfloridaconsulting.com www.ToursInTallahassee.com


Aug 16, 2008 - Aug 18, 2008
TTA Kings Court Super Series #2
USTA sanctioned junior tennis super series event which draws some of the top regional juniors to Tallahassee.


Aug 19, 2008 - 7:00pm - 8:15pm
Dog Days Sunset Guided Walking Tours
Downtown Chain of Parks across from Urbane Restaurant and Bar, Park Avenue Tues. in August, Meet at the fountain
in Ponce De Leon Park, between Adams and Monroe. Leisurely guided walking tours around the historic Park Avenue
Chain of Parks (slight hills). The route is between Old City Cemetery on MLK, and the remains of the Old May Oak, E.
Gadsden. Hear about this area's Deep South Customs, haunts, architecture, people, and events. Well behaved dogs
are welcome accompanied by their responsible dog owners. A healthy and fun thing to do before or after dinning
downtown. Reservations required, preferably by noon the day of the tour. Besides the tour fee, donations will be
accepted for the Leon County Humane Society. $10/pp; $3 child age 4 and under Beth LaCivita
tours@historicfloridaconsulting.com www.ToursInTallahassee.com


Aug 21, 2008 - 5:00 - 8:00pm
3rd Thursdays
Museum of Florida History 500 S. Bronough Street A palette for all your senses, 3rd Thurdays is a great way to
experience Florida's history. Come and listen to live music, meet local artists, mingle with an eclectic mix of local
people, and enjoy the artist happenings in Tallahassee. Beer, wine, and food are available for purchase. $10 MFH
members, $15 non-members www.museumoffloridahistory.com


Aug 22, 2008 - 8:00pm
A Classical Evening at Opperman
Opperman Music Hall FSU Campus Trios Solis, all members of the artist/faculty at Florida State University's College
of Music will perform to benefit WFSQ 91.5 FM, your classical music source. Corinne Stillwell, violin, Gregory Sauer,
cello and Read Gainsford, piano will perform Haydn Trio in E-Flat Major, Schoenfield Café Music, and Brahms Trio #1
in B Major, Op. 8. Tickets may be purchased online at wfsu.org or by phone at (850) 487-3170 x316 or 351
$35 Patron(includes post concert reception with performers) $15 General Ad Jennifer Wolf jwolf@wfsu.org
http://www,wfsu.org


Aug 22, 2008 - 11:15 a.m.; Program starts at Noon
Florida State Football Kick Off Lunch
Leon County Civic Center Join us to get your first glimpse of the 2008 Seminole Football Team and hear Coach Bobby
Bowden give his "State of the Seminoles" address! Fifty-eight years after writing the FSU Fight Song, distinguished
professor Tommie Wright takes the stage at our Kickoff Luncheon to perform his historic composition. Join us as we
honor this legendary professor and friend of Seminoles everywhere. $25 Members; $35 Non-Members
http://alumni.fsu.edu/community/Page.aspx?pid=1212&srcid=1212


Aug 23, 2008 - 10:00 am
Planning a Fall Garden
One Heart Earth Center 150 W. Madison, Monticello Spend the morning with Betty O'Toole from O'Toole's Herb Farm
in Madison. Plan what to plant in October when Betty will return on October 5th with organic herbs and plants to place
in your garden, RSVP please. $15.00 Sallie Worley sallieindia@yahoo.com


Aug 23, 2008 - 9:00am-5:00pm
Train Exhibit Opening
Tallahassee Auto Museum 6800 Mahan Drive On Saturday, Aug. 23, 9:00 a.m.-5:00 p.m., the Tallahassee Automobile
Museum adds to the more than 170 years of local history by unveiling a new 15,000 square-foot train exhibit with up to
60 percent off museum admission* -- $6 for adults, students and seniors and $4 for children five to 12 (under five
free). The permanent exhibit includes two, fascinating model train layouts, some of the largest in the state, and more
than 1,000 pieces from a Smoky Mountain Train Collection. Locals enjoy a Family Fun Day on the lawn of the museum
Saturday with giveaways, bluegrass music, kettle korn and Famous Dave's BBQ.
$6 adults, $4 children 5-12 Sharlene Posey www.tacm.com


Aug 22, 2008 - Aug 24, 2008
Amateur Softball Association Men's Class A Industrial Slow Pitch National Champ
James Messer Fields Tallahassee will play host to the 2008 Amatuer Softball Association Men's Class A Industrial
Slow Pitch National Championship. The event will take place August 22 - 24 at James Messer Fields. All qualifying
ASA members are welcome to compete. Wayne Funderburke wayne.funderburke@talgov.com www.asasoftball.com


Aug 21, 2008 - Aug 24, 2008
Amatuer Softball Association COED Class A Slow Pitch National Championship
James Messer Fields Tallahassee will play host to the 2008 Amatuer Softball Association Coed Class A Slow Pitch
National Championship. The event will take place August 21 - 24 at James Messer Fields. All qualifying ASA members
are welcome to compete. Wayne Funderburke wayne.funderburke@talgov.com www.asasoftball.com


Aug 21, 2008 - Aug 24, 2008
ASA Coed Class A Slow Pitch National Championships
James Messer Fields Amatuer Softball Association National Championship drawing in athletes from all over the
country to Tallahassee. www.asasoftball.com


Aug 21, 2008 - Aug 24, 2008 - various
Wild Thing Tennis Tournament
Forestmeadows
Divisions: Men's Doubles 5.5, 6.5, 7.5, 8.5 and Open; Women's Doubles 5.5, 6.5, 7.5, 8.5 and Open; Mixed Doubles
5.5, 6.5, 7.5, 8.5 and Open. Proceeds benefit the Goose Creek Wildlife Sanctuary, Inc.
Entry Fee: $25/player per event; $40/player for two events
Beth Ward
beth@gooscreekwildlifesanctuary.org
www.goosecreekwildlifesanctuary.org


Aug 23, 2008 - Aug 24, 2008
Exotic Bird Fair and Festival
North Florida Fairgrounds S. Monroe at Paul Russell Rd. Enjoy a day of performing birds, educational programs,
vendors displaying exotic birds, toys, food, cages and more.
Jill deBedout jillsbirdz@yahoo.com www.bigbendbirdclub.com


Aug 26, 2008 - 7:00pm - 8:15pm
Dog Days Sunset Guided Walking Tours
Downtown Chain of Parks
across from Urbane Restaurant and Bar, Park Avenue
Tues. in August. Meet at the fountain in Ponce de Leon Park, between Adams and Monroe. Leisurely guided walking
tours around the historic Park Avenue Chain of Parks (slight hills). The route is between Old City Cemetery on MLK,
and the remains of the Old May Oak, E. Gadsden. Hear about this area's Deep South Customs, haunts, architecture,
people, and events. Well behaved dogs are welcome accompanied by their responsible dog owners. A healthy and
fun thing to do before or after dinning downtown. Reservations required, preferably by noon the day of the tour.
Checks/cash accepted only. Besides tour fee, donations will be accepted for the Leon County Humane Society.
$10/pp; $3 child age 4 and under
Beth LaCivita tours@historicfloridaconsulting.com www.ToursInTallahassee.com


Aug 30, 2008
FAMU Football vs Alabama State
Bragg Stadium
Florida A&M Rattlers take on Alabama State to kickoff the season. http://thefamurattlers.cstv.com/


Aug 30, 2008 - 8:00-12:00 pm
Party and Dance at the Opera House
Monticello Opera House
Courthouse Circle, Monticello, FL Dance the night away with two local bands. You may
remember the Chaotics from the 60"s. Bill and Lisa Moon have gathered them together again to play your favorites.
Then 19 South keeps the party going with good old southern rock. Lite bites and a cash bar will be provided.
$10.00
Jan Rickey moperahouse@juno.com www.MonticelloFloridaOperaHouse.com


Aug 28, 2008 - Nov 09, 2008 - M-F, 9:00 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.;Sat. 10:00 am to 4:30; Sun. 12:00%2
Through The Looking Glass
Museum of Florida History
500 South Bronough Street, Tallahassee, FL In partnership with Quilters Unlimited of
Tallahassee, the Museum opens the 27th annual Capital City Quilt Show. Many hand-crafted and machine-made
quilts and wall hangings will be on display. There is a chance to win the "opportunity quilt" and to participate in the
silent auction throughout the run of the show.
Free Wanda Richey wrichey@dos.state.fl.us
www.museumoffloridahistory.com


Aug 28, 2008 - Nov 09, 2008
Through The Looking Glass
850.245.6400 Museum of Florida History 500 South Bronough Street, Tallahassee, FL In partnership with Quilters
Unlimited of Tallahassee, the Museum opens the 27th annual Capital City Quilt Show. Many hand-crafted and
machine-made quilts and wall hangings will be on display. There is a chance to win the "opportunity quilt" and to
participate in the silent auction throughout the run of the show. Free Wanda Richeywrichey@dos.state.fl.us
www.museumoffloridahistory.com

The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society’s Team In Training Information Meeting
The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society's Team In Training® is the world's largest endurance sports training
program. The program provides training to run or walk marathons and half marathons or participate in triathlons
and century (100-mile) bike rides. Since 1988, more than 360,000 volunteer participants have helped raise
more than $850 million. By helping to raise funds for leukemia, lymphoma and myeloma research and patient
services, you'll receive:  Personalized fitness training by certified coaches for a period of four to five months...
Training clinics... Your own personal Web site for online fundraising ... A supportive group of teammates...
Lodging and airfare to more than 60 accredited events in the United States and abroad.  Who can participate:  
Anyone that enjoys walking or running and wants to help find a cure for blood cancers.  For questions or to
register for an info meeting call or go online: Courtney Furgerson Courtney.furgerson@lls.org
www.teamintraining.org/nfl   904-332-6414
TALLAHASSEE
Friday, August 8 – 12:00 noon
Premier Health & Fitness
3521 Maclay Blvd S. Tallahassee, 32312
Friday, August 8 – 6:30 p.m.
Cabot Lodge
1653 Raymond Diehl Rd., Tallahassee, 32308
Saturday, August 9 – 10:00 a.m.
Cabot Lodge
1653 Raymond Diehl Rd., Tallahassee, 32308
Friday, August 22 – 5:30 p.m.
Renaissance Center
2nd Floor Conference Room
435 North Macomb Street, Tallahassee, 32301



Sep 01, 2008
Canopy Roads Classic
850-391-3964
USA Gymnastics sanctioned competition for ages 6 and up. This will be a State Championship qualifier competition
for Junior Olympic Levels 2, 3, 4, 5 & 6 and many include a Level 7 session as well. Participants have attended from
throughout the State of Flroida as well as Georgia, Alabama and Tennessee.


Sep 05, 2008 - 6 p.m.

Downtown GetDown

Downtown Tallahassee Adams Street Commons Western Carolina FREE http://www.uwbb.org/Default.asp


Sep 06, 2008 - 11 am-1 pm
Colonial Crafts
Mission San Luis 2020 W Mission Rd, Tallahassee, FL 32304 Hands on "Make 'n Take" arts and crafts activities at the
Mission each first Saturday of the month. New activities each month. Free Free Stephanie Limia-Perez
sdlimia@dos.state.fl.us www.missionsanluis.org


Sep 06, 2008
FSU Football vs. Western Carolina
Doak Campbell Stadium 850-644-1830 www.seminoles.com


Jun 12, 2008 - Sep 07, 2008 - Mon. - Fri.,9:00 am-4:30 pm; Sat. 10:00 am-4:30 pm; Sun. 12:00%2
Art from the Heart
Florida Heritage Gallery R. A. Gray Bldg., First Floor, 500 S. Bronough St., Tallahassee, FL A collection of winning
pieces from nursing care facilities around the state chosen for an "Art From The Heart Calendar" sponsored by the
Florida Health Care Association. Free Wanda Richey wrichey@dos.state.fl.us www.museumoffloridahistory.com


Sep 08, 2008
Rising Star Evaluation and Exposure (Basketball)
Competitive basketball tournament open to all girls and boys teams regardless of affiliation. Girls and boys basketball
teams between the ages of 10-17 throughout Florida and the Southeast. Region will be attending in preparation of
national and college exposure events. Additionally, NCAA Divisions II, III, NAIA and NJCAA coaches will be invited to
attend and view talent rich teams.


Jul 25, 2008 - Sep 11, 2008 - 8am - 5:30pm
City Hall Art Gallery
Tallahassee City Hall 300 S. Adams Street "By Hand XIV": Quilters Unlimited's Annunal Fiber Art Exibition. M-F
Free


Sep 12, 2008 - 8:00pm
An American Celebration! Born in the USA
Bradfordville First Baptist Church 6494 Thomasville Road; Tallahassee, FL 32312
Come along with the Tallahassee Symphony Orchestra and Maestra Miriam Burns for a roller coaster ride through our
American musical past! Rock on with Elvis, stroll through Appalachia, celebrate with Leroy Anderson, and hold on for a
smokin' ride with Javelin, composed to celebrate the Atlanta Olympic Games. Guest pianist James Nalley joins the
TSO in this season-opening concert sure to please! $35 / $25 General Admission Tickets Laura Figo
operations@tallahasseesymphony.org www.tallahasseesymphony.org


Sep 12, 2008 - 6 p.m.
Downtown GetDown
Downtown Tallahassee Adams Street Commons Chattanooga FREE http://www.uwbb.org/Default.asp


Sep 12, 2008 - 8:00pm
Tim Janis Live in Concert
WFSU-TV Studios 1600 Red barber Plaza International recording artist Tim Janis will perform live in the WFSU
Studios for an exclusive intimate concert. Audience will receive an Enchanted Evening DVD/CD package as well as the
opportunity to meet Mr. Janis. Tickets are availble exclusivly at wfsu.org of by phone at (850) 487-3170 x316 $250 per
couple Jennifer Wolf jwolf@wfsu.org http://www.wfsu.org

Sep 13, 2008
FSU Football vs. Chattanooga
Doak Campbell Stadium www.seminoles.com


Sep 19, 2008 - 6 p.m.
Downtown GetDown
Downtown Tallahassee Adams Street Commons Wake Forest FREE http://www.uwbb.org/Default.asp


Sep 20, 2008
FSU Football vs. Wake Forest

Doak Campbell Stadium www.seminoles.com

Sep 05, 2008 - Sep 21, 2008
Florida Remembers... Selections from LeMoyne's Permanent Collection
LeMoyne Center for the Arts 125 N Gadsden Street Lemoyne.org


Sep 19, 2008 - Sep 27, 2008 - 7:00 pm
Dinner Theatre at the Monticello Opera House
Monticello Opera House Courthouse Circle, Monticello The Opera House Stage Company presents "Nice People
Dancing to Good Country Music", a romantic comedy that takes place in rural Texas. A delicious dinner prepared by
Carrie Ann & Co. will be served before the performance. (If you have any special dietary needs please let us know
when you make reservations.) Reservations are required. $40, $35 for MOH members Jan Rickey
moperahouse@juno.com www.MonticelloFloridaOperaHouse.com

Oct 04, 2008 - 11:00 am-1:00 pm
Colonial Crafts

Mission San Luis 2020 W Mission Rd, Tallahassee, FL 32304 Hands on "Make 'n Take" arts and crafts activities at the
Mission each first Saturday of the month. New activities each month. Free Stephanie Limia-Perez
sdlimia@dos.state.fl.us www.missionsanluis.org


Oct 04, 2008 - 12:00 - 4:00 pm
Fall Festival

Jefferson Arts Gallery 575 W. Washington, Monticello
Enjoy bratwurst and beer at the Avera-Clarke House on Hwy 90. Then cross the street to join the fun at Jefferson Arts
Gallery - Art Exhibit and sale, craft demonstrations, games, clowns, live music and delicious desserts.
Small charge for food and drink www.jeffersonartsgallery.com


Oct 04, 2008
FAMU Football vs. South Carolina State

Bragg Stadium Florida A&M vs. South Carolina State - Bragg Stadium, Tallahassee Florida
http://thefamurattlers.cstv.com/


Oct 04, 2008
FAMU Football vs. South Carolina State

Bragg Stadium
Florida A&M vs. South Carolina State - Bragg Stadium, Tallahassee Florida http://thefamurattlers.cstv.com/


Oct 11, 2008 - 10:00am-4:00pm
Art on the Bricks

Downtown Thomasville Broad Street
For the 'Art Lover' in all of us! Stroll through beautiful downtown Thomasville to see the works of the many talented
artists in our region! Have lunch and listen to local musicians as you choose your favorite artwork to purchase!
Free Felicia Brannen felica@thomasville.org www.downtownthomasville.com


Oct 11, 2008 - 10:00 am- 2:00pm
Blessing of Animals

Mission San Luis 2020 W Mission Road, Tallahassee, Fl 32304
Bring your pet to be blessed in the Mission's re-created 17th-century church. Pets will receive treats, and photographs
of individual blessings will be available for purchase. The Blessing of Animals originated in the 13th century in
remembrance of St. Francis. He believed that all animals should be treated with dignity and respect. Similar
ceremonies are held across the country each October. free www.missionsanluis.org


Oct 11, 2008
FAMU Football vs. Winston Salem State

Bragg Stadium Tallahassee 1,000 Strike Recogntion game. http://thefamurattlers.cstv.com/


Oct 11, 2008 - 7 to 10 p.m.
Zoobilee 2008 (Adult)

Tallahassee Museum 3945 Museum Drive
This adult only (21 and over) event gives grown-ups the opportunity to enjoy the natural setting of the Tallahassee
Museum after-hours when food, drink and live music are enjoyed in a casual atmosphere. Zoobilee is a theme party
that happens to be the wildest "fun" raiser in Tallahassee whether it's Pirates in Paradise, Fiesta Frenzy, or a Biker's
Ball. Over 20 local restaurants tantalize guests' taste buds with their most delectable dishes and fabulous music
playing throughout the night. Tickets are $35 in advance and $40 at the door. Purchase your tickets today by calling or
visiting the Tallahassee Museum, or by visiting these fine retailers: My Favorite Things (Betton Place) and Market
Square Liquors (Timberlane). $35 in advance/$40 at the door Lauren McLendon lmclendon@tallahasseemuseum.org
www.tallahasseemuseum.org


Oct 12, 2008 - 1:30pm
Disney Live! Winnie the Pooh

Tallahassee-Leon County Civic Center 505 West Pensacola Street
Join the stage show adventure Disney Live! Winnie the Pooh, and journey through the Hundred Acre Wood where
you'll come upon the most playful group of pals. Tigger, Piglet, Eeyore, Rabbit and Roo are planning a surprise
birthday party for Pooh and you're invited! Pooh warms up the audience with his get-in-shape exercises before
embarking on his quest to find a "smackeral" of hunny. Bounce along with Tigger as he searches for the perfect gift
and help Rabbit whip up a larger-than-life birthday cake for this splendiferous celebration. With fun sing-a-long music,
and an invitation to the best birthday party in the woods, Disney Live! Winnie the Pooh is an interactive extravaganza
that will have kids out of their seats and dancing in the aisles! $15.00 - $38.00 Civic Center Box Office
http://www.tlccc.org


Oct 10, 2008 - Oct 12, 2008 - 10:00am-5:00pm
Thomasville Fly-In 2008

Thomasville Regional Airport 7 Miles North of Thomasville on US Hwy 319 Sponsored by the Thomasville Aviation
Club, the Thomasville Fly-In is a great opportunity for local and visiting aviation enthusiasts to share stories and see
hundreds of aircraft. Visitors will enjoy a variety of demonstrations, museum exhibits, vendors and activities for the
whole family! Free  www.thomasvilleflyin.com


Oct 17, 2008 - 9 am-4:30 pm
Arts of Mexico!

Mission San Luis 2020 W Mission Rd, Tallahassee, FL 32304 Discover Mexico's rich cultural and artistic heritage
through hands-on crafts. Make milagros, majolica pottery, papel picado banners, and Day of the Dead-themed
goodies. Ages 7-11 Registration fee Bonnie Wright blwright@dos.state.fl.us www.missionsanluis.org


Oct 17, 2008 - 9:00 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.
Day Camp: The Arts of Mexico

Mission San Luis 2021 W. Mission Road Encounter Hispanic culture through traditional arts and crafts. Ages 7-11.
Day camps at San Luis are held throughout the year and provide a unique opportunity for children to have fun while
learning in a historic setting. Each camp is from 9 AM to 4:30 PM. Children must bring lunch and a snack. $35 per
child for family members of the Friends of Mission San Luis, Inc., and $40 per child for non-members.The enrollment
fee includes a camp t-shirt and crafts. Registration Fee Bonnie Wright blwright@dos.state.fl.us
www.missionsanluis.org


Oct 18, 2008
Drive In Movie!

Mahan Drive at I-10 Monster House

Oct 18, 2008 - 6:30 - 9:00 p.m.
Swing Dancin' in the Stre

Knott House Museum 301 E. Park Ave., Tallahassee, FL The Knott House Museum hosts this 1940s-style block party
complete with the Tallahassee Swing Band and the Tallahassee Swing Dancers. In case of rain, the date will be April
12. Free Bea Cotellis wrichey@dos.state.fl.us www.museumoffloridahistory.com


Oct 18, 2008 - 8:00pm
War and Peace

Bradfordville First Baptist Church 6494 Thomasville Road; Tallahassee, FL 32312
Join the Tallahassee Symphony Orchestra and Maestra Miriam Burns for powerful music reflecting and memoralizing
tragedies of war and moments of peace, this concert will transport you through every human emotion. Renowned
baritone Kamel Boutros joins the TSO in The Wound Dresser by John Adams, a Tallahassee premier performance
that will touch your heart and soul, based on text by Walt Whitman. The stirring voices of combined choirs will
overwhelm you with the epic story of a 12th century Russian Prince fighting Teutonic aggression. You will be
mesmerized by this haunting work, taken from the 1938 film score to Alexander Nevsky, and the masterful voice of
mezzo soprano Claritha Buggs-Jacobs. $35 / $25 General Admission Tickets Laura Figo
operations@tallahasseesymphony.org www.tallahasseesymphony.org


Oct 18, 2008
Wild Thing Silent Auction

Silver Slipper 531 Silver Slipper Lane
Events include a silent auction, a live auction, door prizes, food, music and dancing. All proceeds go directly to the care
and rehabilitation of orphaned and injured wildlife and to enhance our free educational programs provided to the
community. Beth Ward beth@gooscreekwildlifesanctuary.org www.goosecreekwildlifesanctuary.org


Oct 17, 2008 - Oct 19, 2008 - Departing on the half hour, 6:30 pm.- 9:30 pm
Historic Ghost Tour Downtown Tallahassee 2008

222 East College Avenue A 45 minutes walking tour in downtown Tallahassee (slight hills). Lighthearted, healthy, and
Fun for All. Ghoulish Guides lead you through the streets stopping at historic haunts said to contain ghostly activity.
You will be chilled by re-tellings of grisly actual events that transpired oh so many fateful years before on that very spot.
Prepare to be visited by the poor soles, who can be somewhat pesky, that were lost, but not forgotten. Reservations
recommended, but not required. Tickets purchased at the start of your tour time. Checks and cash accepted only.
Please arrive at Imagine That! About 10 minutes in advance of your tour time. Ghost Tour T-Shirts will be sold with
proceeds going to Big Brothers Big Sisters of the Big Bend
$12.00/pp;$3/child 4 and under (1 adult per 2 child required) Socia Beth LaCivita ghosttour@historicfloridaconsulting.
com  www.ToursInTallahassee.com


Oct 24, 2008 - 6 p.m.
Downtown GetDown

Downtown Tallahassee Adams Street Commons Virginia Tech (Parent's Weekend) FREE
http://www.uwbb.org/Default.asp


Oct 25, 2008 - 7:30pm
Edgar Allan Poe - Victorian Master of the Macabre

Lapham-Patterson House Museum 626 N. Dawson St.,, Thomasville This annual favorite features the Lapham
Literary Society performing Poe's masterpieces by candlelight on the staircase balcony of this most unusual historic
landmark home. $8 Adults, $3 Children Lapham-Patterson House Museum


Oct 25, 2008
FSU Football vs. Virginia Tech

Doak Campbell Stadium www.seminoles.com


Oct 25, 2008 - 9 a.m. - 3 p.m.
Society of Arts and Crafts Fall Show and Sale

Dorothy Oven Park Collecting canned goods and staple goods for a local charity. FREE

Oct 26, 2008 - 3:00pm
ATOS Trio In Concert

Thomasville Cultural Center 600 Block E. Jackson St., Thomasville, GA 31792
Winner of both the 2007 Kalichstein-Loredo-Robinson International Trio Award and the Melbourne International
Chamber Music Competition, the Berlin-based ATOS Trio is rapidly gaining recognition as one of today's finest young
ensembles. A 2008-2009 Thomasville Entertainment Foundation Artist Series Concert. $35 Adult, $15 Student
Thomasville Cultural Center tef@rose.net www.tefconcerts.com


Oct 26, 2008 - 1:00pm-5:00pm
Fall Nature Festival

Birdsong Nature Center 2106 Meridian Rd., Thomasville Join us at Birdsong's traditional annual celebration of nature
and autumn. Bring your own seating and a picnic! Live music throughout the day, guided walks, bird window, animal
display, gift shop, nature crafts, and more! $5 Adults, $3 Children Birdsong Nature Center
birdsong@birdsongnaturecenter.org www.birdsongnaturecenter.org


Oct 25, 2008 - Oct 26, 2008 - 6 to 10 p.m. nightly
Halloween Howl 2008

Tallahassee Museum 3945 Museum Drive The goblins and ghosts will be out, lurking around the grounds at the
Tallahassee Museum. This family event is a haunting, howling good time with its haunted trails for adults and
children, tricks and treats, live music and things that go bump in the night. Members: $8/adults, $6/childrenp;
Nonmembers: $10/adults, $8/children lmclendon@tallahasseemuseum.org www.tallahasseemuseum.org


Oct 24, 2008 - Oct 26, 2008 - Departing on the half hour, 6:30 pm - 9:30 pm
Historic Ghost Tour Downtown Tallahassee 2008

222 East College Avenue Friday, Saturday, and Sunday evenings, a 45 minute walking tour in downtown Tallahassee
(Slight hills). Lighthearted, healthy, and Fun for All. Ghoulish Guides lead you through the streets stopping at historic
haunts and said to contain ghostly activity. You will be chilled by retellings of grisly actual events that transpired oh so
many fateful years before on that very spot. Prepare to be visited by poor soles, who can be somewhat pesky, that
were lost, but not forgotten. Reservations recommended, but not required. Tickets purchased at the start of the tour
time at Imagine That! Cash and checks accepted only. Social Study Teachers are Free and their class receives a
special discounted rate. Ghost Tour T-Shirts we be sold with All t-shirt proceeds going to Big Brothers Big Sisters of
the Big Bend $12/pp; $3/child 4 and under (1 adult per 2 child required),
Beth LaCivita ghosttour@historicfloridaconsulting.com www.ToursInTallahassee.com


Oct 03, 2008 - Oct 26, 2008
Jewelry Invitational 2008 and Feathers, Fins & Foliage

LeMoyne Center for the Arts 125 N Gadsden Street The return of LeMoyne's popular exhibition of handmade art jewelry
paired with a juried exhibition of handmade artist books with Florida Nature themes, curated by Leslie Puckett, Beth
Lee, and Julie DeHoff. Lemoyne.org


Oct 26, 2008 - 7:30pm
OLIVER!: 2008-09 Broadway Series

Tallahassee-Leon County Civic Center 505 West Pensacola Street "Consider Yourself" enchanted by OLIVER! Hailed
the world over as one of the best-loved family musicals of all time, Oliver brings to the stage some of Charles Dickens'
most unforgettable characters along with one of Broadway's most memorable scores. Hits such as "Consider
Yourself At Home", "Food, Glorious Food" and "Where Is Love" surround this heartwarming tale of the young orphan
Oliver Twist in this all new production of Lional Bart's magical musical Season tickets to the 2008-09 Broadway Series
are on sale now. Civic Center Box Office http://www.tlccc.org


Oct 31, 2008 - 6:00 pm
Ghosts on the Farm

Willow Pond west Lake Road, Monticello Join a hayride with the ghosts and goblins of Willow Pond. A barrel of fun for
the whole family. Hot dogs and cola available. Kimberly Simpson info@willowpondplantation.com
www.willowpondplantation.com


Oct 27, 2008 - Jan 16, 2009
"Drawing in Space: The Peninsula Project"

Mary Brogan Museum of Art & Science 350 S. Duval St. Exhibition featuring award-winning sculptor John Henry, known
throughout the world for his large-scale steel sculpture. Incorporating new works as well as some of his most
recognized pieces, the show brings together his colorful, monumental works in such a way that they conceptually
interact with one another in a continuum, existing beyond their physicality with a conceptual presence. www.
PeninsulaProject.com. Regular Museum admission: $6/Adults; $3.50/Seniors (60+), Military (w/
www.thebrogan.org
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