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February, 2018          The Antique Shoppe          Page 9
        Florida Humanities Speakers Series coming to Lightner!

          St. Augustine—  A fascinating new program series presented by the Florida   Dade City & San Antonio
        Humanities Council is coming to the Lightner Museum!  The Humanities Speakers                                                   98
        Series showcases four engaging talks and performances focusing on Florida’s history,
        culture, and people.
           The speaker series runs thru May 2018. Admission to each program is $10 and is                                           Meridian Ave
        free for Lightner Museum members and Flagler College students. For tickets visit                             DADE CITY All programs will be hosted at Lightner
        Museum’s Historic Pool Area, 75 King St., St. Augustine, FL 32084.
          The series will touch on a wide range of topics including a historical journey to                                             Clinton Ave
        Florida colonial life, and cultural lore of our state’s lush springs, and an exploration of                52
        manatees – Florida’s beloved sea cows.                                                              4
          • February 8: 6:30 p.m.: Dr. Michael Francis from University of South Florida presents “Before   577          579
        Jamestown:  Europeans, Africans, and Indians in La Florida, 1513 – 1607”.  The talk focuses
        on the early history of European settlement efforts in Florida and how it continues to impact the       579A                 Ft. King Hwy.  301  98
        region today.
          • March 8: 6:30 p.m.: Dr. Diana  Reigelsperger:  “Settlers of the  Spanish Frontier:   Canary   75
        Islanders in Colonial Florida”. A presentation on the unique history of the Canary Islanders and                                   39
        their role in colonizing the New World for Spain. Dr. Reigelsperger will be focusing on their
        legacy in Florida.
          • April 12: 6:30 p.m.: Mr. Brendan Burke: “Florida’s Fleet:  A Boatbuilding and Fishing Legacy
        from the First Coast”. Mr. Burke, from the St. Augustine Lighthouse, will guide the audience                         Celebrating  Antiques
        through the development of a unique shipping vessel developed in the 20th century right here in   Park your car in the
        NE Florida and how its impact it still being realized today.                                                         YEARS!   on the
          • May 10: 6:30 p.m.: Dr. Steve Noll: “The Spanish Legacy of Florida”. To finish our esteemed   treeshaded city lots and   MAin street
        speaker’s series, Dr. Noll from the University of Florida will give audiences an opportunity to
        more fully understand the historical and cultural significance of the early colonial period.    stroll among our antique   ZEPHYRHILLS
          The Florida Humanities Council partners with community organizations around the                                            5th Ave.
        state. Support for the Speaker Series is provided by the Florida Humanities Council  To Tampa  and collectible shops.   54     Primitives
        with funds from the Florida Department of State, Division of Cultural Affairs.  Lightner
        Museum programs are also supported by the St. Johns County Tourist Development           Enjoy our                              Gall Blvd.
           The Lightner Museum is handicap accessible. Parking is free after 5 p.m. and is   small town charms.                       41          39
        available behind the museum.  For more information, contact the Lightner Museum at                                  Peggy Capps, Proprietor
        904-824-2874.                                                                   We’d love to have you!               (352) 523-0999
                                                                                                                                To Tampa
                                                                                                                             14122 7th STREET      To Plant City
                                                                                                                            DADE CITY, FL 33525  3

                                                                                       AMERICAN EAGLE
               Heritage Antiques
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                                                                                            14232 7th Street
             the Old Wander Inn                The Vintage Room                           Dade City, FL 33523
                                                   3884 N. Lecanto Hwy.
                  103 NW Hwy. 19                                                              352-521-3361
                 Historic Downtown                 Beverly Hills, FL 34465                  OpEN 7 DAyS 11-5:30
                Crystal River, FL 34428                                                                                     2      5
                    352-563-5597                       Home Decor                      AMERICAN EAGLE
                                                   Shabby Chic Furniture                                                              3
                      Open Daily                         Antiques                        ANTIQUES, TOO
                Clock Repair • Post Cards
                 Antiques • Collectibles                                                 Featuring Fine Antiques
                 Handpainted Furniture                (352) 422-2719                        14119 7th Street
                  Mid Century Modern                 Mon-Fri 10-3   Sat 10-2              Dade City, FL 33523
                                                                                             352-521-0390                  DADE CITY
                                                      OpEN 10-5 MON-SAT
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                                                                                                                                      Art, Jewelry,
                                                                                                                         For the RARE, the UNUSUAL, the UNEXPECTED
                                                                                                                      TOP DRAWER ANTIQUES
                                                                                      Late Century Modern Furniture
                                                                                        Decorative Arts & Accessories         14130 7th St.
                                                                                    11853 Curley St, San Antonio        OPEN: Mon-Sat 10-5 & for Special Events
                                                                                    6 mi. from Dade City / 11 mi. from Zephyrhills  352-437-4838
                                                                                          Proprietor, John C. Herrmann  4                           5
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