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The Lure of Florida Fishing Exhibit at the Museum of Florida History
Discover how the Sunshine State got hooked on fishing at this special exhibit exploring the rise of sport fishing in Florida. Learn about the growth of recreational fishing in the late 19th-century and how it became such a popular past-time today. You can even try your hand at Florida fishing on a Nintendo Wii.
Date: March 14, 2014 – August 26, 2014
Find Us on Social Media
Many of the Florida Department of State's divisions and programs maintain a presence on today's most popular social networking sites. This list will make it easy for you to find and follow your favorite groups.
Florida Memory Radio Now Online
Florida Memory Radio is a 24-hour streaming Internet radio station broadcasting selections from the Florida Folklife Collection, and featuring folk, blues, bluegrass, world, and gospel music from across the state.
Business filing, certification and apostille walk-in services
Business filing, certification and apostille walk-in services available Monday through Friday, 8 am - 5 pm EST at 2661 Executive Center Circle, Tallahassee, Florida.
Visit sunbiz.org for more information.
- September 13, 2014 - 2nd Saturday Family Program at the Museum of Florida History
- September 14, 2014 - Archaeological Tour at Mission San Luis
- September 21, 2014 - Historical Gardening Tour at Mission San Luis
- September 23, 2014 - History at High Noon at the Museum of Florida History
- September 27, 2014 - Swing Dancin' in the Street at the Knott House
In the News
Viva Florida 500
Corporations Annual Report
- 9/15/2014 - Florida Department of State Honors Hispanic Heritage Month
- 9/11/2014 - Florida Gold Star Family Art Exhibit Opening
- 9/9/2014 - Secretary of State Ken Detzner to Launch Florida Historic Golf Trail
- 9/8/2014 - Swing Dancin' in the Street at the Knott House Museum
- 9/8/2014 - Secretary Detzner Announces the Selection of Three Master Folk Artists
About Viva Florida
Building on the success of Viva Florida 500 in 2013, The Florida Department of State continues to work with partners statewide to promote cultural and historical experiences through a multi-year campaign called Viva Florida, which promotes 12,000 years of Florida’s people, places and cultural achievements.