Sunday Sep 24 @ 9:00 AM
Wacissa "Springs Hunt"
Apalachee Chapter of the Florida Trail Association – Kayak/canoe the headwaters of the Wacissa River to locate the 12 named springs there. 9:00 a.m. Details on request. Contact: James Kimbrel (850) 524-0772 email@example.com
Sunday Sep 24 @ 10:00 AM
Speedball/Team Practice this Sunday
Tallahassee Paintball Sports LLC – Come out and play Speedball on a regulation Sup'Air field. The field set is to the MVPS Fall Layout. Paint is $40-$50 unlimited air is $5. Best if you have your own equipment. Very limited rentals. Anyone who would just like to watch, come on out it is FREE to Watch
Sunday Sep 24 @ 12:00 PM
Congregational Meeting Sept. 24
Northwoods Baptist Church – RESCHEDULED: Special Congregational Members’ Meeting on Sunday, Sept. 24, immediately following the church service. The sole purpose of this meeting is to vote on the sale of up to 40 acres of church property that we are not planning on using.
Sunday Sep 24 @ 12:30 PM
Vantage Church – Vantage Church is all about missions! We want to raise $1500 to help fund building a well in Haiti. We hope you can help make this brunch and our missions vision a success. We look forward to sharing this day with you!
Sunday Sep 24 @ 1:00 PM
Hot Pepper Jelly
Tallahassee Museum – Preserve the fall harvest of peppers and be prepared with gifts for the holiday season. Learn to make hot pepper jelly. Participants will make jelly, learn safe boiling-water bath canning, and take home the recipe and a sample jar. $13 members/ $15 nonmembers
Sunday Sep 24 @ 8:30 PM
Kaveh Akbar at Club Downunder
Club Downunder / Union Productions – Sunday, September 24th Kaveh Akbar w/ TBA Club Downunder Doors 8:30 PM // Show 9:30 PM Free for FSU Students w/ valid FSU ID GP $10 18+ //KAVEH AKBAR// Kaveh Akbar is the founding editor of Divedapper. His poems appear in The New Yorker, Poetry, APR, Ploughshares, PBS NewsHour, and elsewhere. His debut full-length collection, Calling a Wolf a Wolf, will be published by Alice James Books in September 2017; he is also the author of the chapbook Portrait of the Alcoholic. A recipient of the Ruth Lilly and Dorothy Sargent Rosenberg Fellowship from the Poetry Foundation and the Lucille Medwick Memorial Award from the Poetry Society of America, Kaveh was born in Tehran, Iran, and is a Visiting Professor of Poetry in the Purdue University MFA program.
Monday Sep 25 @ 11:30 AM
FAMU & SSF: 20th Anniversary
Southern Scholarship Foundation – Join us in celebrating our 20-year partnership with Florida A&M University on Monday, September 25th at 11:30 AM at a luncheon located at our Scholarship Houses on FAMU's campus.
Monday Sep 25 @ 1:00 PM
Tally Job Hop | Tech
FSU College of Communication & Information – DATE CHANGED TO 9/25 NEW APP DEADLINE IS 9/21 Explore the best tech jobs in Tallahassee with the Job Hop on Tuesday, September 19th. Participating companies: Diverse Computing, Inc., Uber Operations, Cuttlesoft, Domi Station and Ucompass.com. To apply, visit: http://www.accesstallahassee.com/apply-tally-job-hop/. Students applications will be evaluated and accepted students will be notified. ABOUT THE JOB HOP: The Tally Job Hop is a one-day tour of some of the top tech companies in the Tallahassee area. We will pick up students on FSU's campus and shuttle them to different IT companies to showcase local career opportunities. At each 30 minute stop, company reps will give a tour of their headquarters and do a presentation about their companies and the types of career opportunities available. You will get to see the workplace environments, meet the staff, and get a clear idea if these companies could be a good fit for you. When it comes to deciding on a place to work, many students write off Tallahassee because: A) They are only familiar with the area around campus and haven't seen some of the nicer areas around Tallahassee B) They didn't know that IT and software companies existed in Tallahassee C) They think the only places to get good IT jobs are in cities like Silicon Valley or Austin The goal of the Tally Job Hop is to open your eyes to the numerous career opportunities in Tallahassee and also to highlight the aspects that make it a fun city for young professionals. It will also give you a leg up on landing an internship or full-time job.
Monday Sep 25 @ 6:30 PM
Club Installation Dinner
CCKC Tallahassee – RSVP to Jim Ledbetter.
Monday Sep 25 @ 8:30 PM
Overcoats at Club Downunder
Club Downunder / Union Productions – Monday, September 25th Overcoats w/ YOKE LORE Club Downunder Doors 8:30 PM // Show 9:30 PM Free for FSU Students w/ valid FSU ID GP $10 18+ //OVERCOATS// Overcoats is the New York-based female duo of Hana Elion and JJ Mitchell. Their debut album YOUNG captures a sound rich in minimalism and melody: songs of connection and tension, on the depths of love and challenges of family. Overcoats’ music draws strength from vulnerability, finding light through darkness, and the catharsis of simple, honest songwriting. YOUNG is about a transformation: the passage into womanhood, sung through the shared experience of two best friends. On their first single “Hold Me Close,” Hana and JJ’s melodies are purity in unison, providing two distinct but entwined perspectives on the complexity of love. In their words, “the song is about finding solace in the present when the future and past seem impossible to understand. It’s about loneliness and disillusionment that we can feel in relationships, and how we must persevere anyway in hopes of finding the beauty in love.”
Tuesday Sep 26 @ 12:00 PM
History at High Noon at the Museum of Florida History
Museum of Florida History – Preserving the Past for the Future Jessica Stika and Ileana Olmos, conservators from the Bureau of Archaeological Research Conservation Laboratory, discuss the wide variety of artifacts that are treated in the lab and treatments that these objects undergo to preserve them for researchers and exhibits. Enjoy lunch during the program. Bring your own or buy from The Egg Express located on the ground floor of the R. A. Gray Building. To place your order with The Egg Express, call 850.907.3447 no later than 10:00 a.m. on the day of the program and pick it up before the program starts. See the lunch menu at museumoffloridahistory.com/visit/menu-pg02.cfm Before or after the program, be sure to visit the Museum of Florida History and Florida's History Shop to see what's new! The program is free and open to the public. Free parking available in the parking garage off Bronough Street. #MFH40th #IHeartTally #TheARTSlivehere
Tuesday Sep 26 @ 3:00 PM
Climate Change Double Feature
Student Life Cinema – Climate Change Double Feature! Climate Change & You | SEP 26 at 3 PM What do FSU researchers want you to know about climate change? How will climate change affect you? What can we do about it? Join us for a panel discussion and Q&A session. Chasing Coral | SEP 27 at 6:30 PM (w/ panel) and 10 PM A crew of filmmakers, scientists, and divers embark on a project to capture coral bleaching, the process responsible for the death of coral reefs around the world. One of the ocean’s greatest treasures is under threat, but this team is hopeful that the coral’s fate remains unsealed. Join us for a panel after the first screening. Free to the general public. https://www.facebook.com/events/791241661056316/
Tuesday Sep 26 @ 6:00 PM
Family Game Night
School of Arts and Sciences PTSA – Join your SAST friends for a night of fun at Family Game Night! Drop by campus anytime betweenn 6:00 and 8:00pm to enjoy this FREE family flun event for all ages. There will be a variety of games set up for you to enjoy, as well as a popcorn bar to keep you energized for the fun. Please RSVP here so we can plan accordingly. Also, we are in need of parent volunteers to ensure everything runs smoothly. Please sign up at http://www.signupgenius.com/go/4090f44afa629a3ff2-family
Tuesday Sep 26 @ 6:30 PM
Doula Speed Dating
Tallahassee Doula Co-Op – ***IMPORTANT! The location for this event has been changed to Verity Health Center's MIDTOWN location at 1449 Thomasville Road, just south of Miracle Plaza (Whole Foods). One of the most important things to look for when interviewing and choosing a doula is to find someone with whom you feel at ease and comfortable. When talking with a doula for the first time, go with your gut feeling - either she's the one, or you need to keep looking. This process, however, can be very time consuming. That's why the Tallahassee Doula Co-Op created the Doula Speed Dating events so you can get to know the co-op doulas in one evening. RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org OR here on our Facebook Event Page. RSVPs are helpful but not required! You are welcome to attend even if you haven't had a chance to RSVP. Tallahassee Doula Co-Op is grateful to our amazing business partners: Where the Heart Is Midwifery, Honeytree Natural Foods, Tallahassee Lactation Care, Tallahassee Chinese Medicine, Verity Health Center, Captured by Casey birth photography, and Beth Johnson Photography. We'd also like to thank New Leaf Market Co-op Bannerman Crossings, as well, for hosting us! www.tallydoula.com (850)320-8191
Tuesday Sep 26 @ 7:00 PM
Panama Canal Stories
Student Life Cinema – Tue | Sep 26 7:00 PM Hisotrias del Canal shows the people who live and thrive in the city and the characters whose lives are the lifeblood of the Panama Canal, a triumph of engineering joining the Atlantic and Pacific Ocean. Sponsored by the Panamanian Student Association and free to the general public. The Spanish Film Club series was made possible with the support of Pragda, SPAIN arts & culture, and the Secretary of State for Culture of Spain. 106 min | 2014
Tuesday Sep 26 @ 8:00 PM
Open Mic Night
Student Life Cinema – Tue | Sep 26 8:00 PM in the Cyber Cafe Want to play music, dance, make people laugh, or read your own original writing to an audience? Come show off your talents at our monthly Open Mic Night! Sign-up the day of the event at the info desk.
Wednesday Sep 27 @ 6:30 PM
ASLC Alternatives Presents: Chasing Coral
Student Life Cinema – Wed | Sep 27 6:30 PM (with panel) and 10:00 PM A crew of filmmakers, scientists, and divers embark on a project to capture coral bleaching, the process responsible for the death of coral reefs around the world. One of the ocean’s greatest treasures is under threat, but this team is hopeful that the coral’s fate remains unsealed. Join us for a panel after the first screening. Free to the general public. 93 min | 2017
Wednesday Sep 27 @ 6:30 PM
Bach Parley String Academy Showcase
Music at St. John's – Come hear music performed by String Academy Students and Faculty, and learn about our core values, music education philosophy, and all we are doing as we begin our third year in residence teaching violin, viola, cello, and now ukulele at St. John’s. Our mission is to cultivate in young people an appreciation for and achievement in music, nurture positive character development, and bridge cultural divisions through the common language of music. Details: Program begins at 6:30pm; free and open to the public Dinner Begins at 5:00pm: Adults: $7 Children (Ages 4-11): $4 Seniors: $6. Family Maximum: $20. Call (850)222-2636 ext 31 to reserve dinner —Bach Brandenburg Concerto No. 3 performing by the String Academy faculty Valerie Arsenault, Carrie Holden, Miriam Barfield, Megan Sahely, Zlatina Staykova —Petra Croom, Gavotte from Suite No. 6, J. S. Bach, “Angeline the Baker” fiddle tune —Audrey Emerson, Long, Long Ago (duet with Megan) —Zachary Yang, cello, Minuet II & II from Suite in G major, J.S. Bach —Claire Thaler, Concerto No. 2 in G minor, Op. 63, Allegro moderato, Sergey Prokofiev (with Dean Peiskee) —Andy Shen, Souvenir de Moscou, Op. 6, Henri Wieniawski (with Dean Peiskee)
Wednesday Sep 27 @ 8:30 PM
PAWS at Club Downunder
Club Downunder / Union Productions – Wednesday, September 27th PAWS w/ Flashlights & Pool Kids Club Downunder Doors 8:30 PM // Show 9:30 PM Free for FSU Students w/ valid FSU ID GP $10 18+ //PAWS// PAWS are Phillip Taylor, Josh Swinney and John Bonnar. In 2012 the Scottish band released the Misled Youth EP followed shortly by their debut full length album Cokefloat!, which garnered critical acclaim from the likes of Pitchfork, The BBC and SPIN. That album, recorded by ex-Test Icicle, Rory Attwell on the boat/studio “Lightship95,” introduced the band’s explosive songwriting to the world, boiling down emotionally charged lyrics with the whiplash snap of punk. The band soon after toured with Japandroids, We Are Scientists and The Cribs and their live show proves time and again their comfort on the stage, leading SPIN Magazine to place the band at number four on their “Top 50 Best Acts at SXSW Festival in 2013.” PAWS’ second album, Youth Culture Forever, marked a significant change in strength and mood for the band. Recorded live in a home studio in the woods in upstate New York, the album captured the Scottish trio in their element. Fiercely loud and brutally raw, YCF also demonstrated emotional and dynamic depths that added new shades and colours to the sound already developed on their debut album, resulting in a record of renewed confidence and even greater scope. The band were also very humbled to see Youth Culture Forever become their second album to be nominated for The Scottish Album Of The Year Award. The third PAWS record, No Grace, is representative of a transformative period of time in the bands life and is the gravel-throated affirmation of that ‘do it or die’ attitude that informs any great work of passion
Thursday Sep 28 @ 10:00 AM
GOPHR Series: Federal and State Preservation Laws
Florida Trust for Historic Preservation, Inc. – Join the Florida Trust and presenter Tristan Harrenstein with the Florida Public Archaeology Network for the final session in our GOPHR series. Many local governments are unaware of the Federal preservation laws that exist and when they come into play. This module is designed to help them avoid future problems by detailing the laws and when they must be considered, and by providing an overview of the Section 106 compliance process. Consultation with the appropriate government body will still be necessary, but participants will gain enough knowledge to avoid unpleasant surprises. The basic structure of Florida preservation laws is very similar to Federal laws in many respects, but with some very important differences. Like the module detailing Federal laws, this module provides enough knowledge to help a local government avoid unpleasant surprises by describing when compliance is necessary, an overview of the process, and by providing contact information for the pertinent government agencies. There are enough similarities between these two modules that they will be shorter together than each individually.