Estuary Exploration: A Science Discovery Summer Camp 2015
The Friends of the Crystal River State Parks,Inc. in partnership with the Florida Public Archaeology Network (FPAN), Florida Park Service, Florida Coastal Office, Crystal River Boat Builders, and Gulf Archaeology Research Institute (GARI), is offering exciting new eco-heritage summer camps at Crystal River Preserve State Park designed for students who are interested in applying archaeology and biology to exploration of the Crystal River State Parks.
All camp activities are conducted by professional archaeologists and biologists, and allow kids to experience our local natural and cultural resources first-hand through activities, experiments, and hikes!
Session 1 • July 6th - 10th
Session 2 • July 13th - 17th
8:30am - 3:00pm
Ages 7 - 11
$80 per participant, per session. Registration application and instructions: http://fpan.us/uploads/crc/campRegistration2015.pdf
For more information contact: Jamie Letendre Office: 352.563.0450
One Courthouse Square
Rounding out this season, LaGrange is a trio of Florida Musicians featuring John French, vocals and rhythm guitar; Paul Smithson, guitar, mandolin and vocals; and Joe Ramirez on vocals and electric bass. www.reverbnation.com/frenchconnection
$80 Season Tickets for Jazz and Acoustic Concerts
Jazz Performances Season Tickets $50, Each Concert $20
Includes Appetizers & Cash Bar
Acoustic Performances Season Tickets $30, Each Concert $10
The Clock ‘n Tower Museum Store is now open and in expanded space. We carry books, toys and gifts for all ages as well as pottery created by local artist Lee Partin.
To join the Historical Society, or to make reservations please call, 352-341-6427
Parks and Recreation presents the second annual Indoor Community Yard Sale taking place on Saturday April 25, 2015 from 8:00AM- 1:00PM at the Central Ridge Community Center in Beverly Hills. If interested in selling items at the yard sale, tables can be purchased for $10.00 at the Central Ridge Community Center Monday- Friday 8am-5pm. Sellers have the opportunity to leave any unsold items after the sale for the Sheriff's Youth Ranch donation pick up. This event is free and open to the public.
For information on the Citrus County Parks & Recreation progams please call 352.527.7540 or visit our web site at CitrusCountyParks.com
Celebrate the long history of libraries as a powerful force by coming to “The Library of Alexandria: The History of the Ancient and the Rebirth of the New,” a presentation by Dr. Sohair Wastawy, Dean of Libraries at Florida Institute of Technology, formerly first Chief Librarian at the Library of Alexandria.
Thursday, April 16, 10:30am to noon
Ewers Century Center/Klein Conference Center, College of Central Florida, Ocala