WHERE: FLORIDA WILDLIFE FEDERATION RIVER
PRESERVE, State Road 12 and the Ocklockonee River in NW Leon County
WHO: Up to 100 area youth and
parents/guardians. If you are age 15 or under, you do not need a fishing
license. If you are 16 or older, and will be fishing, you will need a Florida
freshwater fishing license – go to myfwc.com to purchase a license
online, or call (850) 488-4676 for more information.
COST: Absolutely free. We will
provide rods and reels and limited bait. You bring lunch, drinks, bug spray and
extra bait (worms or crickets recommended).
Directions: Go north on Meridian Rd.
Approximately 7 miles north of Bannerman Rd., turn LEFT onto Fairbanks Ferry Rd
(State Road 12). Drive west to the river. We are at the River on the right.
Watch for FWF signs!
FLORIDA WILDLIFE FEDERATION wants to get kids into nature and have a good time
CALL Preston Robertson at the FEDERATION at (850) 656-7113 for more information
or 294-5036 for directions if you get lost.
The homeschool string orchestra is now meeting on Wednesdays between 12:00 and 2:00. Email Jennifer Morgan (firstname.lastname@example.org) for more information and the specific time your child would be practicing. The price is $25/month for the first student and $50/month for two or more students in the family.
Generously sponsored by the Earl Bacon Agency, the Pass the Baton! Voucher Program makes it possible for school-age children + accompanying friend, sibling, or adult to attend a selection of the Masterworks concerts for just $10 each.
This program is open to any student grades K-12 in Leon County. Pass the Baton! vouchers may be redeemed starting two weeks before each of the following TSO Masterworks concerts: Opening Night: Power & Prowess (10/19/14), Elegance and Elation (1/10/15), Orient Express (3/7/15), and Three Titans (5/2/15). Tickets will be distributed on a first-come, first-served basis. Please call our office at 850.224.0461 if you would like to use a Pass the Baton voucher. Tickets may be reserved in advance by calling to put your name on a reservation list; payment will be made at the Box office in the Will Call line the evening of the concert. Seating is based on availability but guaranteed to have all people in party seated together. Excludes Holiday Magic! performances.
Mom to Mom is
a Biblically based parenting program designed around the Titus 2:4 concept of
older women teaching and encouraging younger women in their relationships with
their families. It includes quality instruction in parenting,
small group discussion, and the interaction of more experienced mothers with
Mom to Mom is facilitated by a homeschooling mother of a preteen, teen, and young adult, and is designed for all moms: working and stay at home, married and single, young and old. This group is open to the Tallahassee community, but will meet at St. Peter’s Anglican Church on Monday evenings from 6:30 to 8:30 beginning
September 22, 2014. Childcare is available if reserved in advance. Please RSVP to Tracey
Hess, Director of Children’s Ministries at email@example.com.
From the website:
The original settlement in St. Joseph lasted only nine years, but was a boomtown when it was founded in 1835 and competed with Apalachicola as a Gulf Coast trading port. During its short life, the city was selected over Tallahassee to host Florida's first State Constitution Convention. The museum, which sits on a portion of the park's 12 acres, commemorates the work of the 56 territorial delegates who drafted Florida's first constitution in 1838. Following four more constitution conventions, Florida was finally admitted to the Union in 1845 as the 27th state. Visitors can take a self-guided tour through displays and exhibits of the era. A replicated convention hall takes visitors into the debate of delegates Robert Raymond Reid, William P. Duvall, David Y. Levy and Thomas L Baltzell. These life-size, audio-animated mannequins bring a realistic demonstration of the debate and process of drafting a state constitution.
Don't forget to get your Florida state passport stamp.