Colossal Rummage Sale!

Thousands of items fill the gym-sized Fellowship Hall, inside & out. Proceeds to local charities. Affordable a.m. coffee & donuts and light lunch. Also 9:00 a.m. - 1 p.m. February 26. Free Admission. ($5 “Shop Early Admission” for Thursday Pre-Sale only, 4-6 p.m. February 24.)

Colossal Rummage Sale “Early Bird” Pre-Sale

Thousands of items fill the gym-sized Fellowship Hall, inside & out. $5 “Shop Early Admission” for this day only. (Free Admission: Friday, February 25, 9 a.m.- 4 p.m. and Saturday, February 26, 9 a.m.- 1 p.m.) Proceeds to local charities.

Exsultate! “Songs of the Spirit” Concert

The award-winning chorale, conducted by Stephen Johns, celebrates the spirit of America and beyond in songs ranging from the rousing "My God is a Rock" to a reverent arrangement of “In Flanders Fields". (Also performed 7:30 pm.

Exsultate! “Songs of the Spirit” Concert

The award-winning chorale, conducted by Stephen Johns, celebrates the spirit of America and beyond in songs ranging from the rousing "My God is a Rock" to a reverent arrangement of “In Flanders Fields". Tickets $17, Students $5; available at the door or by calling. (Also performed 3:30 p.m.

Concerts in the UU Dome Presents: THE LIMELITERS

For 50+ years The Limeliters have entertained SRO crowds. The original trio consisted of: Louis Gottlieb (bass), Alex Hassilev (baritone), and Glenn Yarbrough (tenor). Their success was immediate. Early on “The Fabulous Limeliters” became a household name.

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Wiring the Sarasota Performance Studio

WUSF’s engineers continue working feverishly on the new Sarasota studio. Wires are being installed for live performances and interviews and the speakers and clocks are up in both the control room and the performance studio.

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How many tools does it take to wire a studio?
Mike O'Shea showing off the new studio.
Entrance to the new studio
Control room window
Studio Board...So  many buttons!
Every wire neatly in its place
A new microphone waiting to be used
Engineer Mike O'Shea, hard at work

ArtHouse

ArtHouse is an open house that provides the public the opportunity to view the art work from photo, painting, sculpture and electronic media School of Art students. Entertaiment provided from live musicians.

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