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Samuel Tommie: Promised Land

Samuel Tommie: Promised Land

Join us Saturday, September 10th from 12pm to 4pm for the Promised Land exhibit opening reception! Environmental activist and videographer Samuel Tommie is also an artist. Come see three of his paintings which reflect his Seminole Heritage and his concerns with the survival of the Everglades. Samuel will present a video and discussion at his September 10th opening, and the event will coordinate with the Seminole

Summer Fun family program “Art at Ah-Tah-Thi-Ki”. For more information, call 863-902-1113.

SEMINOLE SUMMER FUN: ART AT AH-TAH-THI-KI

SEMINOLE SUMMER FUN: ART AT AH-TAH-THI-KI

Bring your friends and family on Saturday, September 10thth to the Ah-Tah-Thi-Ki Museum and share an artistic Seminole Summer Fun Day. Enjoy interactive art-inspired fun for the whole family. Get in inspired by our Seminole artists and create something of your own! Meet Seminole artist Sammie Tommie and join us for the "Promised Land" Exhibit opening and artist’s reception. Stay tuned to the Museum’s Facebook for program details! All activities are free for Tribal members, Museum members or included in admission. For more information, call 863-902-1113.

Book Fair

Book Fair

Hollywood Preschool Book Fair - Monday, August 29th thru Friday, September 2nd.

SEMINOLE SUMMER FUN: SPANISH DAY

SEMINOLE SUMMER FUN: SPANISH DAY

Bring your (Spanish speaking!) friends and family on Saturday, August 27th to the Ah-Tah-Thi-Ki Museum to share the Seminole story "en español". Enjoy the live wildlife and tools of war presentations, special gallery tours, and a beading craft - all in SPANISH! Everyone can participate in the fun. Agenda: 12 noon to 4pm: Rey Beccera presents wildlife and tools of war (ongoing) and the beading craft table is open.
Spanish gallery tours are at 1pm, 2pm and 3pm. All activities are free for Tribal members, Museum members or included in admission. For more information, call 863-902-1113.

Struggle for Survival, 1817 - 1858

Struggle for Survival, 1817-1858

This exhibition explores the tactics the Seminoles used to fight the U.S. government and the tools they needed to survive in the hidden Everglades hammocks. Open now through Nov. 24, this is one exhibit you don't want to miss in 2016. For more information please visit here or call the Ah-Tah-Thi-Ki Museum at 863-902-1113.
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