FishOn! The Greatest Bass Fishing Tournament of the Summer
Honey Lake Plantation is home to a number of lakes and streams stocked with hybrid Tiger bass, large mouth bass, striped bass, crappie, bluegill, bream, catfish, chain pickerel, Florida gar, carp and more. On July 5th, one lucky fisherman may cast a lure and reel in a brand new Dodge RAM 1500 pickup truck. FishOn!, sponsored by Land is the Limit Soft Plastics and Tallahassee Dodge Chrysler Jeep, is open to men, women and teens (with a driver’s license). Honey Lake Plantation summer members are automatically entered in the contest. Others may enter by becoming a member or paying a contest entry fee.
To enter the contest, anglers may call 850-948-9911or visit http://www.honeylakeplantation.com/sporting/fishing/
Honey Lake Plantation
Hot Wax & Hot Glass
Regular hours: Tuesday - Saturday, 10 AM - 5 PM
Gadsden Arts Center; 13 N. Madison; Quincy, FL 32351
terial and process to influence the color and form in their work. Newmann, working with encaustic (hot wax) and oil paint, applies the paint and wax to a surface while hot, and as it congeals, she scrapes away colors, engraves words or pictographs, resulting in a rich luminous surface. Gott casts molkten glass directly from a furnace burning at 2300 degrees F, and incorporates images, symbols, inclusions and color, inspired by mythological imgery and symbolism.
Grace Robinson, Director
Choosing to Participate
August 28, 2013- August 10, 2014
The Florida Historic Capitol Museum
The Florida Historic Capitol Museum welcomes a new temporary exhibition to be on display August 27th, 2013 through August 10th, 2014. The exhibit, Choosing To Participate, highlights stories of community activists whose local impact has lead to larger national awareness about the importance of equality in civic communities.
Choosing To Participate was developed through the partnership of Facing History and Ourselves and the Smithsonian Institute Travel Exhibition Service. The exhibit features 11 posters that explore the impact civic engagement and illustrate the power individuals can have in enacting wider social change through four key points of individual action: Choose Dialogue, Choose Respect, Choose Engagement, and Choose to Participate.
The exhibit will also feature several other civic organizations in the State of Florida that focus on civic education and providing students with opportunities to be active participants in the civic communities of Florida.