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August


Sommerfest 2018
Sat. Aug. 25
6:00 PM
Sommerfest 2018 benefiting students studying German here and abroad! A party not to be missed! You’ll find yourself kicking up your heels, drinking a chilled beer with friends and eating delicious German food served to us by the Schnitzel Trailer. Everything a summer celebration is all about!
Location: Music Compound, 1751 Cattlemen Road
Information: www.musiccompound.com or 941.379.9100
Florida Native Plant Society Mangrove Chapter Field Trip
Sat. Aug. 25
9:00 AM
The public is invited to join Trail Guide, Al Squires, for a leisurely walk along the Jeep Trail at Cedar Point Environmental Park.
Location: Cedar Point Environmental Park Visitors Center, 2300 Placida Rd in Englewood
Information: www.mangrove.fnpschapters.org/ or 941.769.3633
Back To School Bash
Sat. Aug. 25
10:00 AM - 2:00 PM
Join Music Compound for our second annual Back to School Bash! Join us for music, food, beer tasting, bouncy house, games, student performances, meet our teachers and much more. Celebrate the start of the new school year at this fun event perfect for the family.
Location: Music Compound, 1751 Cattlemen Road
Information: musiccompound.com/events or 941.379.9100
Back To School Bash
Sat. Aug. 25
10:00 AM - 2:00 PM
Are you looking for a something fun to do with the family once school starts? Join your friends and family at Music Compound’s second annual Back to School Bash! With food, beer tasting, bouncy house, games, music and so much more! Your kids and you will have a blast! Mark your calendar for August 25th from 10am-2pm and start the school year off right at the Back to School Bash!
Location: Music Compound, 1751 Cattlemen Road
Information: www.facebook.com/events/271027650141042/ or 941.379.9100

 

September


Beauty, Brains, and Business Youth Empowerment Conference
Sat. Sep. 1
10:00 AM
Truly Valued and The Art of Living present an unforgettable and essential workshop series for young women in the high school setting that focuses on empowerment, self-esteem, leadership, college prep and etiquette. Enjoy a fun filled day of catered brunch and networking with other young women working towards their goals of success all while learning invaluable lessons! This workshop series can also be added to your college resume; register today! This event is held every first Saturday of the month (excluding January), and lessons and activities change monthly! Don't miss out on this amazing experience! Our mission is to provide services to adolescent girls ages 11 to 17 focused on building self-esteem, confidence and character in order to promote a positive self- image, positively impact educational and career aspirations and improve academic achievement.
Location: Booker High School - Cafeteria, 3201 N Orange Ave
Information: www.eventbrite.com/e/beauty-brains-and-business-youth-empowerment-conference-tickets-45903724275 or 941.222.0645
Cinderella's Ball Presented By Music Compound
Fri. Sep. 14
6:00 PM - 8:00 PM
Kings, Queens, and Princesses are invited to Cinderella’s Ball Friday, September 14th. Cinderella’s Ball will be magical and include light fare, tea, dessert, party favor, carriage photo and chance to dance with prince charming. Cinderella has requested that all the princesses visit the Magic Castle Boutique. The Magic Castle Boutique will provide princesses touches. The ball offers two royalty dining options. Ball gown attire suggested.
Location: Music Compound, 1751 Cattlemen Road
Information: www.musiccompound.com or 941.379.9100
Music Compound Second Annual Recital
Sun. Sep. 16
1:00 PM
Join us at Music Compound as we celebrate our students performing classical pieces in this formal recital. This concert is free and open to the public, so invite your friends and family for a wonderful autumn night full of inspiration and music!
Location: Music Compound, 1751 Cattlemen Road
Information: www.musiccompound.com or 941.379.9100
2nd Annual Recital
Sun. Sep. 16
1:00 PM
Join us at @Music Compound as we celebrate our students performing classical pieces in this formal recital. This concert is free and open to the public, so invite your friends and family for a wonderful autumn night full of inspiration and music!
Location: Music Compound 1751 Cattlemen Road
Information: www.musiccompound.com or 941.379.9100
Singer Songwriter Concert
Fri. Sep. 21
6:00 PM
Join us for a fun-filled night of music and song! Our students and teachers will be performing original songs in this month's Singer and Songwriter concert! This concert will be free and open to the public so invite your friends and family for a great time!
Location: Music Compound, 1751 Cattlemen Road
Information: www.musiccompound.com or 941.379.9100

 

October


Kids Rock Concert
Fri. Oct. 5
6:00 PM
Join your friends and family this October for Kids Rock. This third annual event will showcase rising stars and our music community with the mission to raise funds, food, and awareness for the Mayor's Feeding the Hungry Program. This event is in partnership with Giving Hunger the Blues. All proceeds benefit the Mayor's Feeding the Hungry. Buy your tickets before the event for $10 or by tickets at the door for $15 Performances by: Local & Regional Bands - DJ set by Laveau Productions. Tickets will be sold at: musiccompound.com
Location: Music Compound, 1751 Cattlemen Road
Information: www.musiccompound.com or 941.379.9100
Beer, Bands, and BBQ
Sat. Oct. 6
12:00 PM - 7:00 PM
Join Music Compound for the 4th Annual Beer Bands and BBQ celebration. This event will host 7 local bands, 3 restaurants, and activities for the whole family. Every hour a different genre will be playing, and there will be a student stage where Music Compound Students will have the opportunity to showcase their skills. Funds from the event fund foster families to attend summer camp, and provide free educational workshops for the community. Come out and enjoy this fun family friendly event!
Location: Music Compound, 1751 Cattlemen Road
Information: www.musiccompound.com or 941.379.9100
Giving Hunger The Blues & Jazz On The Bay
Fri. Oct. 12
3:00 PM - 8:00 PM
In its 22nd year, Giving Hunger The Blues & Jazz On The Bay has become Sarasota’s favorite outdoor music festival. Great music from national, regional and local performers, tasty food from the area’s best restaurants and a diverse group of vendors and local organizations make Giving Hunger The Blues one of the most anticipated events on Sarasota’s annual calendar!
Location: Van Wezel Performing Arts Hall Grounds
Information: givinghungertheblues.org or 941.301.7778
Rocktober Concert
Fri. Oct. 12
6:00 PM
Looking for something fun to do Friday the 12th? Dress up the whole family and come on down to Music Compound for a spooktacular night of jamming out! Our students and staff will be performing rock songs, so stop on by and listen to the talent! We will have food for purchase and plenty of tricks... And treats! This concert will be free and open to the public, so bring your friends, family, and every ghoul you know for a fun-filled night!
Location: Music Compound, 1751 Cattlemen Road
Information: www.musiccompound.com or 941.379.9100
A Slow Fade: Art by Gary Morgan
Oct 12 - Dec 12 All Day
?Though fourteen artworks utilizing various styles and techniques, artist Gary Morgan explores the effects of Alzheimer's and dementia on individuals and their loved ones. From the Artist Statement: "This is an exhibition about dementia in its many different forms. I hope you feel empathy for everyone associated with the disease and, most of all, gain a new understanding of the ever increasing challenges created by dementia. This event is free and open to the public.
Location: Selby Public Library Rotunda, 1331 1st Street
Information: 941.861.1100
Remote Area Medical FREE Clinic
Sat. Oct. 13
3:00 AM
FREE medical, dental, and vision care for anyone who needs medical help and can not afford it. No insurance, no medical records, no proof of citizenship required. Help is first come, first served. Tickets for services are distributed in the MTC parking lot at 3AM. Clinic doors open at 6AM.
Location: Manatee Technical College Main Campus
Information: RAMUSA.org or 865.579.1530
Giving Hunger The Blues & Jazz On The Bay
Sat. Oct. 13
8:00 AM - 8:00 PM
In its 22nd year, Giving Hunger The Blues & Jazz On The Bay has become Sarasota’s favorite outdoor music festival. Great music from national, regional and local performers, tasty food from the area’s best restaurants and a diverse group of vendors and local organizations make Giving Hunger The Blues one of the most anticipated events on Sarasota’s annual calendar!
Location: Van Wezel Performing Arts Hall Grounds
Information: givinghungertheblues.org or 941.301.7778
Remote Area Medical FREE Clinic
Sun. Oct. 14
3:00 AM
FREE medical, dental, and vision care for anyone who needs medical help and can not afford it. No insurance, no medical records, no proof of citizenship required. Help is first come, first served. Tickets for services are distributed in the MTC parking lot at 3AM. Clinic doors open at 6AM.
Location: Manatee Technical College Main Campus
Information: RAMUSA.org or 865.579.1530
Pine Shores Concert Series - The Ellington Hour
Sun. Oct. 14
5:00 PM
The Ellington Hour is an instrumental musical concert that portrays the classic music of Duke Ellington in a Jazz Sextet format. The majority of the selections are recreations of his classic recordings, Cotton Club Stomp, Perdido, Black and Tan Fantasy, East St. Louis Toodle-O, A Train, Concerto for Cootie, The Mooch and Mood Indigo just to mention a few. This group amazingly performs Duke’s greatest hits in an acoustical environment when possible. In other words, NO MICROPHONES. The arrangements for sextet have been carefully crafted by Greg Nielsen who is the trombonist and band leader in this group.
Location: Pine Shores Presbyterian Church, 6135 Beechwood Ave.
Information: pineshorespres.org or 941.922.1597
The Barber of Seville
Fri. Oct. 26
7:30 PM
The Sarasota Opera presents "The Barber of Seville" by Gioacchino Rossini. Dr. Bartolo plans to marry his ward Rosina, but she has other plans for her future. Figaro, the barber, comes to the rescue and assists Rosina in sneaking, scheming and plotting to marry her beloved Lindoro—secretly, the rich Count Almaviva.
Location: Sarasota Opera House
Information: tickets.sarasotaopera.org/single/PSDetail.aspx?psn=3131 or 941.328.1300
The Barber of Seville
Sun. Oct. 28
1:30 PM
The Sarasota Opera presents "The Barber of Seville" by Gioacchino Rossini. Dr. Bartolo plans to marry his ward Rosina, but she has other plans for her future. Figaro, the barber, comes to the rescue and assists Rosina in sneaking, scheming and plotting to marry her beloved Lindoro—secretly, the rich Count Almaviva.
Location: Sarasota Opera House
Information: tickets.sarasotaopera.org/single/PSDetail.aspx?psn=3131 or 941.328.1300
The Barber of Seville
Wed. Oct. 31
7:30 PM
The Sarasota Opera presents "The Barber of Seville" by Gioacchino Rossini. Dr. Bartolo plans to marry his ward Rosina, but she has other plans for her future. Figaro, the barber, comes to the rescue and assists Rosina in sneaking, scheming and plotting to marry her beloved Lindoro—secretly, the rich Count Almaviva.
Location: Sarasota Opera House
Information: tickets.sarasotaopera.org/single/PSDetail.aspx?psn=3131 or 941.328.1300

 

November


"The Little Sweep" by Benjamin Britten
Sat. Nov. 3
12:30 PM
Sarasota Youth Opera will present a revival of our acclaimed production of Britten’s charming opera— "The Little Sweep". A group of children, with the help of a kind nursery maid, work to free a young chimney sweep apprentice from his cruel master. This enchanting work, which was written to introduce young people to opera, will be sure to delight children and adults alike.
Location: Sarasota Opera House
Information: www.sarasotaopera.org/ or 941.328.1300
Music Compound 3rd Formal Recital
Sun. Nov. 4
1:00 PM
Join us at @Music Compound as we celebrate our students performing classical pieces in this formal recital. This concert is free and open to the public, so invite your friends and family for a wonderful autumn night full of inspiration and music!
Location: Music Compound, 1751 Cattlemen Road
Information: www.musiccompound.com or 941.379.9100
"The Little Sweep" by Benjamin Britten
Sun. Nov. 4
5:30 PM
Sarasota Youth Opera will present a revival of our acclaimed production of Britten’s charming opera— "The Little Sweep". A group of children, with the help of a kind nursery maid, work to free a young chimney sweep apprentice from his cruel master. This enchanting work, which was written to introduce young people to opera, will be sure to delight children and adults alike.
Location: Sarasota Opera House
Information: www.sarasotaopera.org/ or 941.328.1300
The Barber of Seville
Tue. Nov. 6
7:30 PM
The Sarasota Opera presents "The Barber of Seville" by Gioacchino Rossini. Dr. Bartolo plans to marry his ward Rosina, but she has other plans for her future. Figaro, the barber, comes to the rescue and assists Rosina in sneaking, scheming and plotting to marry her beloved Lindoro—secretly, the rich Count Almaviva.
Location: Sarasota Opera House
Information: tickets.sarasotaopera.org/single/PSDetail.aspx?psn=3131 or 941.328.1300
The Barber of Seville
Thu. Nov. 8
7:30 PM
The Sarasota Opera presents "The Barber of Seville" by Gioacchino Rossini. Dr. Bartolo plans to marry his ward Rosina, but she has other plans for her future. Figaro, the barber, comes to the rescue and assists Rosina in sneaking, scheming and plotting to marry her beloved Lindoro—secretly, the rich Count Almaviva.
Location: Sarasota Opera House
Information: tickets.sarasotaopera.org/single/PSDetail.aspx?psn=3131 or 941.328.1300
The Barber of Seville
Sun. Nov. 11
1:30 PM
The Sarasota Opera presents "The Barber of Seville" by Gioacchino Rossini. Dr. Bartolo plans to marry his ward Rosina, but she has other plans for her future. Figaro, the barber, comes to the rescue and assists Rosina in sneaking, scheming and plotting to marry her beloved Lindoro—secretly, the rich Count Almaviva.
Location: Sarasota Opera House
Information: tickets.sarasotaopera.org/single/PSDetail.aspx?psn=3131 or 941.328.1300

 

December


Native Plant Sale
Sun. Dec. 2
1:30 PM
Tom Heitzman (Sweet Bay Nursery) will bring a truck of native plants to sell, along with info on where to plant and how much sun and water each plant needs. $5 donation
Location: Sarasota Audubon Society Nature Center, 999 Center Road
Information: www.sarasotaaudubon.org

 

January


Pine Shores Concert Series - Organist John Dixon
Sun. Jan. 27
5:00 PM
Born in England in 1957, John Dixon moved to America in 1988. Although he earned degrees in engineering and business, music has always been an important part of his life. His composing has flourished at Providence Presbyterian Church in Virginia Beach, where he has served as organist and composer-in-residence since 1998. John now has nearly 700 compositions to his credit, and his music has been performed around the world. He holds the Colleague certificate of the American Guild of Organists.
Location: Pine Shores Presbyterian Church, 6135 Beechwood Ave.
Information: pineshorespres.org or 941.922.1597

 

February


"Turandot" by Giacomo Puccini
Sat. Feb. 9
7:30 PM
In exile, Prince Calaf wanders the Chinese Imperial Palace, where any man seeking the love of Princess Turandot must answer three riddles. If they succeed, the reward will be the princess’ hand – if they fail, execution. After a glimpse of Turandot’s fabled beauty, Calaf declares his intention of meeting the challenge and winning the Princess’ heart.
Location: Sarasota Opera House
Information: www.sarasotaopera.org/ or 941.328.1300
"Turandot" by Giacomo Puccini
Tue. Feb. 12
7:30 PM
In exile, Prince Calaf wanders the Chinese Imperial Palace, where any man seeking the love of Princess Turandot must answer three riddles. If they succeed, the reward will be the princess’ hand – if they fail, execution. After a glimpse of Turandot’s fabled beauty, Calaf declares his intention of meeting the challenge and winning the Princess’ heart.
Location: Sarasota Opera House
Information: www.sarasotaopera.org/ or 941.328.1300
"Turandot" by Giacomo Puccini
Thu. Feb. 14
7:30 PM
In exile, Prince Calaf wanders the Chinese Imperial Palace, where any man seeking the love of Princess Turandot must answer three riddles. If they succeed, the reward will be the princess’ hand – if they fail, execution. After a glimpse of Turandot’s fabled beauty, Calaf declares his intention of meeting the challenge and winning the Princess’ heart.
Location: Sarasota Opera House
Information: www.sarasotaopera.org/ or 941.328.1300
"Turandot" by Giacomo Puccini
Sun. Feb. 17
1:30 PM
In exile, Prince Calaf wanders the Chinese Imperial Palace, where any man seeking the love of Princess Turandot must answer three riddles. If they succeed, the reward will be the princess’ hand – if they fail, execution. After a glimpse of Turandot’s fabled beauty, Calaf declares his intention of meeting the challenge and winning the Princess’ heart.
Location: Sarasota Opera House
Information: www.sarasotaopera.org/ or 941.328.1300
"Turandot" by Giacomo Puccini
Wed. Feb. 20
7:30 PM
In exile, Prince Calaf wanders the Chinese Imperial Palace, where any man seeking the love of Princess Turandot must answer three riddles. If they succeed, the reward will be the princess’ hand – if they fail, execution. After a glimpse of Turandot’s fabled beauty, Calaf declares his intention of meeting the challenge and winning the Princess’ heart.
Location: Sarasota Opera House
Information: www.sarasotaopera.org/ or 941.328.1300
Pine Shores Concert Series - Florida Southern College Chamber Singers
Sun. Feb. 24
5:00 PM
The Chamber Singers is the premiere touring choir of Florida Southern College in Lakeland, Florida. Composed of undergraduate students majoring in a variety of fields, the Chamber Singers represents the highest caliber of student at Florida Southern and it’s Department of Music. The group is chosen by audition and performs a mixture of many different kinds of repertoire from the Renaissance to the present day. Many members have strong solo backgrounds as well, studying opera and musical theatre.
Location: Pine Shores Presbyterian Church, 6135 Beechwood Ave.
Information: pineshorespres.org or 941.922.1597

 

March


"Turandot" by Giacomo Puccini
Sun. Mar. 3
1:30 PM
In exile, Prince Calaf wanders the Chinese Imperial Palace, where any man seeking the love of Princess Turandot must answer three riddles. If they succeed, the reward will be the princess’ hand – if they fail, execution. After a glimpse of Turandot’s fabled beauty, Calaf declares his intention of meeting the challenge and winning the Princess’ heart.
Location: Sarasota Opera House
Information: www.sarasotaopera.org/ or 941.328.1300
"Turandot" by Giacomo Puccini
Fri. Mar. 8
7:30 PM
In exile, Prince Calaf wanders the Chinese Imperial Palace, where any man seeking the love of Princess Turandot must answer three riddles. If they succeed, the reward will be the princess’ hand – if they fail, execution. After a glimpse of Turandot’s fabled beauty, Calaf declares his intention of meeting the challenge and winning the Princess’ heart.
Location: Sarasota Opera House
Information: www.sarasotaopera.org/ or 941.328.1300
Pine Shores Concert Series - State College of Florida (SCF) Guitar Ensemble
Sun. Mar. 24
5:00 PM
The State College of Florida (SCF) Guitar Ensemble consists of approximately 10 to 15 classical/acoustic guitarists that come from many diverse musical backgrounds. Entry into the ensemble is by audition. The group plays a wide range of musical styles that include the Renaissance, Baroque, Classical, Romantic and many modern styles such as bossa nova, pop, rock, and avante garde. In any given year they may play a fugue by Bach, a serenade by Mozart, a newly commissioned work dedicated to them, and even the music of Michael Jackson, the Beatles and more.
Location: Pine Shores Presbyterian Church, 6135 Beechwood Ave.
Information: pineshorespres.org or 941.922.1597

 

 

 

Recurring Events

Handz-on Family Program
Every Sunday
1:00-3:00 PM
Children ages 6 - 12 are invited to bring their favorite adult to the Ringling Museum for Handz-On!  Guided by creative Museum educators, families will explore the galleries, enjoy family-friendly activities, and make fabulous works of art
Location:  John and Mable Ringling Museum of Art
Information:  To reserve your space, call Janine Packard, Education Specialist at 941-359-5700 ex 1-3703, or email jpackard@ringling.org   www.ringling.org
Palm Singles
Every Monday
6:00 PM
Over 50's singles group meets for dinner at 6 pm followed by a program. We also offer a full monthly calendar of events. This is a great time to come out and make new friends.
Location:  Church of the Palms 3224 Bee Ridge Road
Information:  For dinner reservation call Dotty, 941.924.7430
Meet The Sky
First Monday of the Month from Jan - Sep
Dusk
Join Eve Plews and other sky observers as we explore the infinite night sky. See constellations, stars and planets through telescope provided. Weather permitting. Free for all ages!
Location:  Siesta Key Beach Pavilion
Information:  941.952.1200
Free Yoga On Siesta Beach
Every Mon, Wed, Fri & Sat
9:00 AM
Bring your own mat and water to the Siesta Beach Main Entrance. Taught by Avananda (with over 35 years of teaching experience in Hawaii and around the world. If your  coming for the first time it would be good to call.
Location:  Siesta Beach
Information:  941-320-6693 or email yogaonsiesatabeach@yahoo.com hathayogalesson.com
Sarasota African Violet Society
Every 3rd Tuesday  except June, July, August
10:00 AM - Noon
Learn and share America's favorite and most recognized house plant,including monthly workshops.
Location:  First Baptist Church 265 N. Tamiami Trail, Osprey
Information:  941.343.0976
Art on the Boardwalk
Every Tuesday, Feb. & March
Noon - Dusk
This exhibit is a juried, weekly event showcasing the fine art and quality craftsmanship of approximately 30 outstanding local and regional artists.
Location:  The Boat Yard Village, 1508 Stickney Pt Rd
Information:  941.539.7972
Edson Keith Mansion Historic Tours
Wednesdays through April 27, 2016 10:00 AM
Tour this Italian Renaissance Mansion, built in 1916. Docents will take guests through the house, recounting its history, its occupants and the early days of the Sarasota Community. Donations gratefully accepted.
Location:  Phillippi Estate Park 5500 S. Trail
Information:  941.316.1309 or www.farmhousemarket.org
MOMS Club of Sarasota North
Every 1st Wednesday
10:00 AM
We discuss club business and activities planned for the month while children play or make a craft. You and your children are WELCOME to join us.
Location:  St. James United Methodist, 2049 N. Honore Ave.
Information:  941.306.3649 or momsclubofsarasotanorth.com
Mommy and Me at Mote
Every Thursday
9:50 AM
Ocean education for small fry! Kids ages 2-5 and their favorite adults learn together through marine-themed games, songs, stories, crafts, role plays, and guided visits to the Mote exhibits. Pre-registration is required. Meet at the Aquarium Entrance.
Location:  Mote Marine Laboratory, 1600 Ken Thompson Parkway
Information:  www.mote.org/mommyandme
Preschool Storytime
Every Thursday
10:00 & 11:15 AM
For ages 3 and up. Read-aloud stories, music, films, finger games, and community guests.
Location:  Selby Public Library, 1331 First St.
Information:  941.316.1181
Not-Two-Young Storytime
Every Thursday
10:00 AM & 11:15 AM
For 2-year-olds and an accompanying adult. Read-aloud stories, music, films, finger games, and community guests.
Location:  Selby Public Library, 1331 First St.
Information:  941.316.1181
Sarasota Shell Club
2nd Thrusday of the Month, Sep - Apr
7:00 PM
Meetings include:  Guest speaker, raffle, door prizes,business meeting, refreshments, and a whole lot of shell talk. Don't miss the fun.  Everyone Welcome.
Location:  Waldemere Fire Station, 2nd Floor
Information:  sarasotashellclub@hotmail.com
Positively Speaking Toastmasters
Every Friday
6:00 PM
Do something different on Friday nights by challenging your mind and having loads of fun with a great group of people. Guests are always welcome.
Location:  Episcopal Church of the Nativity, 5900 N. Lockwood Ridge Road
Information:  941.685.1614 or posspeaking.freetoasthost.org
Live from Downtown it's Friday Night!
Every Friday
6:00 - 9:00 PM
Friday night downtown has never been better, featuring a different downtown Sarasota neighborhood each week. Every month a new theme to showcase and celebrate Sarasota's unique seasons and holidays.
Location:  1st Friday Palm Ave, Main St, 1st St & Whole Foods
2nd Friday Burns Square (South Pineapple)
3rd Friday Towles Court (Adams & Washington)
4th Friday Rosemary District (Fruitville & Central)
Information: 
Sarasota Farmers Market
Every Saturday
7:00 AM - 1:00 PM
Every Saturday, rain or shine, the Downtown Farmers' Market is is a potpourri of fresh produce, food, flowers and plants, fine artisanship, friends and fun. It has become a community happening - a gathering place for people to bring families, friends and even dogs to peruse the displays of garden-fresh produce and unique craft products.
Location:  Main St. and Lemon Ave
Information:  www.sarasotafarmersmarket.org
Mommy and Me at Mote
Every Saturday
9:50 AM
Ocean education for small fry! Kids ages 2-5 and their favorite adults learn together through marine-themed games, songs, stories, crafts, role plays, and guided visits to the Mote exhibits. Pre-registration is required. Meet at the Aquarium Entrance at 9:50 AM.
Location:  Mote Marine Laboratory, 1600 Ken Thompson Parkway
Information:  www.mote.org/mommyandme