Ages 5-14 (Please note that due to the intensive nature of our camps, we are unable to accommodate 4-year-olds) Come join us as we rock ‘n’ roll to a a creative musical and theatrical experience that encourages
The Key West Art & Historical Society is excited to partner with Waterfront Brewery for a series of fun historical lectures entitled ‘Happy Hour with the Historian’. Attendees will receive two 4oz. beer samples, and
Ages 5-14 (Please note that due to the intensive nature of our camps, we are unable to accommodate 4 year olds) This five-day workshop will take the knights and maidens on an action-filled adventure into
Please join us at Old City Hall for the 2nd annual Key West Hemingway Symposium moderated by Kirk Curnutt Ph.D. Presenters include scholars, actors, and writers inspired by Hemingway’s work. Schedule of speakers: 6:00 –
Join us at the Key West Lighthouse and Keepers Quarters for an event that has become an annual tradition at Hemingways Days. Voice, Places, Inspirations spotlights contemporary writers from Key West and around the U.S.
The evening will include a presentation of The Hemingway Monologues: Life and Death in Key West, a film made on location at the Hemingway Home and other island landmarks and narrated by Brian Gordon Sinclair.
Island historian Sharon Wells will lead a trolley tour that visits significant island sites which are related to the famous author’s decade in Key West. These include, but are not limited to: the National Historic
The mission of The Key West Art & Historical Society is to preserve the culture of the Florida Keys through exhibiting and displaying regional art, architecture and history for the purpose of educating the community and visiting public.