Events by Day

Multi-Day Events

Dunedin, Florida
Art, Children's
The original idea for an art center in Dunedin dates back to 1969 whenthe Dunedin Junior Service League, in recognition of the importance of the arts to everyday life, resolved to work toward the creation of a cultural climate, and the eventual building of a fine arts and cultural center. Both the League and the City agreed that an art center would be a wonderful heritage for the City of Dunedin.
Dunedin, Florida
History, Historical Society
Odessa, Florida
Historical Society
Tarpon Springs, Florida
Art
The Museum has an extensive permanent collection that is exhibited in eight rotating galleries plus two changing exhibition galleries with five traveling exhibitions presented throughout the year.
Palm Harbor, Florida
Culture, History, Historic House, Historical Society
History of the founding and development of Palm Harbor.
Oldsmar, Florida
Historical Society
Safety Harbor, Florida
Anthropology, Archaeology, Culture, History
To educate, promote, and operate a historical museum for the preservation of knowledge and appreciation of Florida History; to display and interpret historical materials; to teach Florida history of the area; to publicize the area's history.
Tarpon Springs, Florida
Anthropology, Art, History
The Tarpon Springs Cultural Center, built in 1915 as the City’s first City Hall, hosts a variety of cultural activities, including art and sculpture exhibits, live performances and films. Open Monday-Friday 9 AM to 4 PM, Saturday Noon-4. Admission Free. 101 South Pinellas Avenue, Tarpon Springs. 727-942-5605
Tarpon Springs, Florida
Historical Society
To collect, preserve, interpret and exhibit the history of the Tarpon Springs area and to promote education, preservation, and research of historical points of interest.
New Port Richey, Florida
History, Historic House, Historical Society, Library
Originally Seven Springs Schoolhouse, built in 1915, where children had to bring their own desks to school, examples of which are shown in the Museum. The Frierson family used the building as their home in 1925. It was moved to Sims Park in 1980 and dedicated in 1983. The Library addition was added in 1992. The Museum is handicapped accessible.