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Whether it’s catching a live concert at Capital City Amphitheater or an exhilarating football game at Doak Campbell Stadium, there are exciting events throughout the year in Florida’s Capital City.

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SELECT DATES:
Apr. 20

CANCELLED - Capital City Band of TCC Spring Concert

An evening of light concert band music the whole family can enjoy
Jan. 15 –
Mar. 30

The Art of Florida Cartoonists

The Art of Florida Cartoonists showcases a wide variety of visual treasures created by cartoonists, illustrators, and storyboard artists who have lived or worked in the Sunshine State.
Mar. 4 –
Mar. 31

CLOSED THROUGH MARCH 29 - Youth Art Month Elementary Art Showcase

March is National Youth Art Month and, in recognition, the LeRoy Collins Leon County Main Library has transformed into an art gallery.
Mar. 4 –
Apr. 7

Historical Black Churches in Leon & Gadsden Counties: Institution Building in the 19th Century

In its mission to collect and preserve African-American history and culture in the southeastern U.S. to support research and public education, the Black Archives presents new additions to its “African American Life & Culture” gallery.
Mar. 4 –
Apr. 7

Prisoners of War

Every prisoner of war has entitlement to basic human rights. African Americans identify with this point of view for many reasons. For over 400 years, African Americans have endured injustices.
Mar. 7 –
Apr. 25

CANCELLED - Rick Seguso Paintings

On display in the Munroe Family Community Gallery.
Mar. 12 –
Apr. 18

CANCELLED - Mahaska Whitley Student Exhibition: High School Art & Senior Portfolio Competition

LeMoyne Arts is honored to present the 33rd annual Mahaska Whitley Student Exhibition: High School Art & Senior Portfolio Competition, sponsored in loving memory of Charlotte Williams by her family
Mar. 26 –
Apr. 2

Gadsden Arts @ Home Virtual Museum Programming

5 ways to Enjoy Art #MuseumFromHome
Mar. 26 –
May. 31

CLOSED - Willie L. Bryant, Sr., D.D.S. Dental Exhibit

During the Great Depression and Jim Crow Era, African Americans were looking for jobs and trying to survive, in spite of limited resources and equal opportunities.
Mar. 26 –
Dec. 31

CLOSED - Tallahassee Scavenger Hunt: Outdoor Activities in Tallahassee

Looking for small group activities that take you beyond the four walls of your local watering hole? Let’s Roam is here to help.
Mar. 26 –
Aug. 2

CLOSED - Florida Inspired—Landscapes from the Risner Fine Art Collection

The Museum of Florida History is proud to introduce the Risner Fine Art Collection and its premier exhibit, Florida Inspired.
Mar. 26 –
Aug. 1

CLOSED - African-American Pioneers in Medicine & Science

The Meek-Eaton Southeastern Regional Black Archives Research Center and Museum and Tallahassee Memorial Healthcare, spotlight several significant advancements of African Americans in the medical and other scientific fields.

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