Museum Director:
Robert Redd
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Thursday, November 9 6:30pm

Join us as we welcome the Atlantic Center for the Arts. For our November Community Museum Meeting they will be holding a kick-off event for a new exhibit in our North Room in recognition of their 40th anniversary. This exhibit will be on display through January in order to be available to those attending Images: A Festival of the Arts in January.

Thursday, December 14 6:30pm

Join us for our annual Christmas party. We are pleased to have Cyndi Fraser, a very talented musician, return again this year to help entertain everybody. If you remember, last year she had everybody singing along all night. There will be plenty of food and drinks for everybody. It's a great chance to come out and mingle with your friends or maybe make some new ones. The party is free and open to the public. The Christmas cheer will be overflowing so we hope you can attend!

Enterprise Evergreen Cemetery: Past, Present, and Future

January 16, 2018 11am

Author Sandra Walters will give her presentation Enterprise Evergreen Cemetery: Past, Present, and Future. Come out and learn about this fascinating local cemetery that is 120 years old.  The talk is free and open to the public.

January 11, 2018 6:30pm

Venetian Bay Golf Club

We invite you to join us for our Annual Banquet, to be held on Thursday, January 11 at 6:30pm at the Venetian Bay Golf Club; 63 N. Airport Road. Ticket prices will be announced shortly.

The menu will consist of macadamia encrusted mahi, herb encrusted pork loin, roasted potatoes, steamed broccoli, salad, and rolls. Non-alcoholic beverages will be included. There will be a cash bar starting at 6pm.

We are honored to announce our speaker for the evening will be Rick Kilby. Rick is the author of the popular book Finding the Fountain of Youth: Ponce de Leon and Florida's Magical Waters. The book was published by the University Press of Florida.

This is a wonderful look at how the mythical Fountain of Youth has been used in marketing and selling of the state through the years. Rick showcases wonderful images from his collection and shares delightful stories about springs throughout the state. On a more serious note however, this talk will enlighten you about the state of our springs and how they are being changed and damaged by modern growth and development. All is not lost however as there are ways that our beautiful springs can be brought back to life and Rick will discuss that was well.

February 8, 2018 6:30pm
Babe James Center

Join us as we celebrate African American History Month and welcome Dr. Ashley Robertson Preston, Assistant Professor of History and Curator and Director of the Bethune Foundation, who will be our presenter for the night.

The subject of Dr. Preston's presentation will be "Passing Bethune's Torch of Excellence in 2018." So come out and learn just how Dr. Bethune's ideals relate to modern day. This promises to be an important talk you won't want to miss.

Dr. Preston is the author of the well-received book Mary McLeod Bethune in Florida: Bringing Social Justice to the Sunshine State published by Arcadia Publishing.

Please note that this event will be held at the Babe James Center; 201 N. Myrtle Avenue. The event is free and open to the public.

Pancakes in the Park

May 5, 2018 7am-11am

As a part of the 2018 celebration in honor of the 250th anniversary year of the Smyrnea Settlement we will again be holding our annual Pancakes in the Park fundraiser in beautiful Old Fort Park. Be sure to check back here or on our Facebook page for event updates as the date draws closer.