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Summer Theatre Camp 9:00 am
Summer Theatre Camp
Jul 31 @ 9:00 am – Aug 4 @ 4:00 pm
Summer Theatre Camp @ Fort East Martello | Key West | Florida | United States
Ages 5-13 (Please note that due to the intensive nature of our camps, we are unable to accommodate 4-year-olds) The goal of this camp is to allow students to develop their individual potential through creative
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Mission Control Camp 9:00 am
Mission Control Camp
Aug 7 @ 9:00 am – Aug 11 @ 4:00 pm
Mission Control Camp @ Fort East Martello | Key West | Florida | United States
Ages 5-13 (Please note that due to the intensive nature of our camps, we are unable to accommodate 4-year-olds) Mission Control Camp challenges campers to create an atmosphere, terrain, and ecosystem of an exoplanet, a
KEY WEST WORLD CULTURE DANCE SERIES – Ceilidh Scottish Dancing 6:00 pm
KEY WEST WORLD CULTURE DANCE SERIES – Ceilidh Scottish Dancing
Aug 7 @ 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm
KEY WEST WORLD CULTURE DANCE SERIES – Ceilidh Scottish Dancing @ Key West Theatre | Key West | Florida | United States
Scottish Ceilidh Dancing – This is the centuries-old country dance of the Scottish Highlands to Gaelic music, that crossed the Atlantic Ocean with the ‘coffin ships’ of early New Word pioneers and developed into the
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Este Niño Lindo. A Young Filmmaker’s Journey 5:30 pm
Este Niño Lindo. A Young Filmmaker’s Journey
Aug 10 @ 5:30 pm – 8:00 pm
Este Niño Lindo. A Young Filmmaker's Journey @ San Carlos Institue | Key West | Florida | United States
Key West Art & Historical Society and the San Carlos Institute invite the public to an evening of celebration and support for young, local filmmaker/director Christian Fernandez and his short-film project “Este Niño Lindo,” a
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KEY WEST WORLD CULTURE DANCE SERIES – Argentine Tango 6:00 pm
KEY WEST WORLD CULTURE DANCE SERIES – Argentine Tango
Aug 21 @ 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm
KEY WEST WORLD CULTURE DANCE SERIES – Argentine Tango @ Key West Theatre | Key West | Florida | United States
Argentine Tango – an item on the UNESCO Intangible Cultural Heritage List – began around 1880 along the border of Argentina and Uraguay, and developed in the bordello districts of Buenos Aires, but after it
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