Exhibition Opening: Dean Mitchell

Opening Exhibition: Dean Mitchell: Visions with Heart and Soul

Harrison School for the Arts

Location

750 Lake Hollingsworth Road
Lakeland, FL 33801
United States

Art & Story Hour

Led by Palm Harbor Library Assistant Director Lois Eannel.

Cost: Free with admission for adults, free for children.

Exhibition Opening: Miniature Art Society of Florida

Exibition Opening: Miniature Art Society of Florida: 35th Annual International Miniature Art Exhibition.

While this exhibiton is on view, artists will demonstrate their work in the North and South Galleries. Oil, transparent watercolor, gouache, fired porcelain, scrimshaw, opaque watercolor, scratchboard and colored pencil are among the techniques on display.

On the Easel: Vladimir Yoffe

This quarterly program, presented by a LRMA docent or staff member, gives an indepth look at a work from an exhibition or new addition to the permanent collection. An infomrmal question-and-answer session follows.

Cost: Free with admission.

Art & Story Hour

Led by Palm Harbor Library Assistant Director Lois Eannel. Featured books are Metal man by Aaron Reynolds, The Wonderful Towers of Watts by Patricia Zelver and One Red Dot by David Carter.

Cost: Free with Admission for adults.

Concert: A Garland of Christmas Cheer

St. Petersburg College's noted musical ambassadors - The Madrigalians - return to perform "A Garland of Christmas Cheer." A holiday reception will follow with light refreshments.

Cost: A suggest donation of $6.00.

Leepa-Rattner Museum of Art

Location

600 Klosterman Rd.
Tarpon Springs, FL 34689
United States

Parkinson's Disease Support Group

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WUSF 89.7 News' Morning Edition with Carson Cooper for Tuesday, December 15, 2009

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Trial continues in the murder of Tallahassee police informant Rachel Hoffman, Governor Charlie Crist spoke in Pinellas County yesterday campaigning for the senate, a 911 operator in Sarasota County is on administrative leave while an investigation starts into a mishandled 911 call, and Poynter Institute dean Keith Woods is leaving for a job at National Public Radio.
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