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Lectures on the Lawn: Mutinies, Massacres, Shipwrecks, and a Hurricane

Event Date:

September 19 @ 7:00 pm

Venue:

Starkey Ranch District Park
11880 Lake Blanch Drive
Odessa, FL 33556

Organizer:

Angela Fagan
(813) 929-2760
afagan@pascocountyfl.net

Program Description:

Pasco County Parks, Recreation, and Natural Resources is hosting another cultural event in the Lectures on the Lawn series. Join us at the Starkey Ranch District Park to hear from Dr. Michael Francis on “Mutinies, Massacres, Shipwrecks, and a Hurricane: The Story of the Founding of St. Augustine, Florida” Additional Details: Musician: Mallory Moyer: Nouveau-Folk singer, guitarist and lyricist Food Truck: Aunt Kimmie’s – Panini sandwiches, tacos, nachos, hotdogs, sausages, chicken tenders, loaded tater tots and more Wine Vendor: Strong Tower Winery – Wine Tasting and sales. Admission is Free.

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