In honor of Da Vinci's fascination with natural design, MOSI invites you for a celebration of the egg! Activities include an egg scavenger hunt, an egg toss using a Da Vinci-inspired catapult and a safe egg drop. FREE with paid MOSI admission.

Flying Machines Camp-In

Let your imagination soar in this overnight flight camp-in inspired by Leonardo da Vinci's flights of fancy. Build and test aircraft designs out of paper and other experimental materials. Practice flying hot air balloons, helicopters, and other flying machines. Go on a guided exploration of DaVinci - The Genius Exhibition and experiment with your own high-flying designs.

Da Vinci After Dark

Join MOSI for the first in a three-part lecture series exploring the genius that was Da Vinci. Topics will feature discussion on religion, invention and an exploration into the mind of Da Vinci. Lecture series includes admission to MOSI's Special Exhibition, Da Vinci - The Genius and cash bar.

Lecture 1: Deism and Da Vinci

Sarasota OPera Guild

The Sarasota Opera Guild monthly meeting will be held Tuesday, March 16, 2010 at David Cohen Hall, 709 North Tamiami Trail, Sarasota 34236. The meeting is free of charge.Social hour begins at 9:45 AM. New members are welcome.A business meeting will precede a musical program provided by the Sarasota Opera Association. Call 941-355-5148 for additional information.

Bonfiglio LIVE! at the Third Friday Towles Court Artwalk

Joe Bonfiglio has been in the music business for a long time. Between 1962-68 he was with The DuCaines. The Ducaines recorded a single for Atlantic Records and played at New York World’s Fair. From 1968-72 Mr. Bonfiglio was with The Providence River Swim Team (jug band).

Bourgholtzer Glassblowing Demonstration

(Please RSVP for the demonstration as we have a limited amount of space)

David Cohen Hall, Sarasota Symphony Center


Friedman Symphony Center,
Sarasota , FL 34236
United States

Marcella Ramsey Concert - "A Cello Recital"

Mark your calendars to attend this Sunday afternoon cello concert at the Octagon Arts Center, by Marcella Ramsey. Marcella, who will be accompanied by wonderfully talented pianist Linda Jones, will play works by Frescobaldi, Bach, Faure and Brahms.

From the Sacred to Profound: The Living Works of Francis Poulenc

Francis Poulenc (1899-1963) is representative of some of the finest writing among French composers of the twentieth century. An openly gay Roman Catholic composer, his works represent the variety and dichotomy of these two seemingly incompatible worlds.

Clone of A Celebration of the Negro Spiritual - A Free Concert

Music Teachers and Professional Musicians who have sung together for over 20 years come together to offer a night of Spirituals and Gospel that is sure to delight and inform those who love the music of today.

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