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Upcoming Events

Date Details Type
 

2021 Meetings

 
 04/07/21

The Division of Historical Resources' Webinar "How to Apply for a Special Category Grant" 

Time: 11:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m. 

This webinar will provide useful information to possible applicants on applying for a historic preservation Special Category grant for the FY2022-2023 Historic Preservation Grant Cycle from the Division of Historical Resources, including how to access the grant application online, basic grant program information, content of the grant application, and the application review process.

How to Participate: Webinar

Advance registration for webinar participation is required. Register for the webinar using this https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/register/6387222888325550863.

After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the webinar.

At the time of the event, participants may access the webinar by visiting GoToWebinar.com and joining the session using webinar ID: 561-096-627

Participants may use their speakers and a headset to access audio through VOIP, or use their telephone.

Dial in Numbers:

Telephone Number: +1 (562) 247-8422
Access Code: 767-517-189
Audio PIN: Shown after joining the webinar

Meeting Materials:

A .pdf copy of the power point presentation will be available following the webinar by contacting DHR Grants Staff at [email protected] or 850.245.6333.

 
04/07/21

The Division of Historical Resources' Webinar "How to Apply for a Small Matching Grant" 

Time: 2:00 p.m. – 3:00 p.m. 

This webinar will provide useful information to possible applicants on applying for a historic preservation Small Matching grant for the FY2022-2023 Historic Preservation Grant Cycle from the Division of Historical Resources, including how to access the grant application online, basic grant program information, content of the grant application, and the application review process.

How to Participate: Webinar

Advance registration for webinar participation is required. Register for the webinar using this https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/register/249600548010180367.

After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the webinar.

At the time of the event, participants may access the webinar by visiting GoToWebinar.com and joining the session using webinar ID: 562-329-371

Participants may use their speakers and a headset to access audio through VOIP, or use their telephone.

Dial in Numbers:

Telephone Number: +1 (213) 929-4212
Access Code: +1 (213) 929-4212
Audio PIN: Shown after joining the webinar

Meeting Materials:

A .pdf copy of the power point presentation will be available following the webinar by contacting DHR Grants Staff at [email protected] or 850.245.6333.

 DHR Webinar
04/10/21

2nd Saturday: Steaming through Florida, Museum of Florida History

Time: 11:00 a.m.

In commemoration of the Florida East Coast Railway’s April 1896 arrival in Miami, the April Second Saturday Program will examine Henry Flagler and his ambitious plan to bring tourism and opportunity to the state. Join us to learn how the engineering marvel of the Florida East Coast Railway connected Miami and South Florida to the rest of the nation and changed the small frontier town into a major Florida city. The program will feature a train craft for families to try at home.

https://www.facebook.com/events/3924891590960720

 DHR Event
04/14/21

Storytime at The Grove Museum

Time: 10:30 a.m.

Join us on Facebook Live for Storytime! Tune in on Wednesday, April 14, for a reading of The Hike by Alison Farrell.

There will also be a virtual craft demonstration after the reading and we will post instructions for the craft on this event page beforehand, so that you and your family can follow along.

Storytime at The Grove is recommended for children ages 8 and younger

https://www.facebook.com/events/2956265321285969

 DHR Event
04/15/21

Virtual Nature Walk, The Grove Museum

Time: 11:00 a.m.

Join The Grove Museum's Executive Director John Grandage for a virtual tour of the grounds focusing on local ecology, natural and cultural history, and environmental sustainability.

For April, we'll discuss plant species diversity and check in on our feathered friends nesting around the property. Viewers are encouraged to ask questions during the live tour!

https://www.facebook.com/events/747529615937338

 DHR Event
04/21/21

Homeschool Day Video: Neighboring Native Tribes, Mission San Luis

The virtual homeschool day lesson will identify some of the prominent Native Communities that were neighbors to the Apalachee and discuss their unique histories and cultures. Special attention will be given to language, pottery, clothing, and traditions that might vary from tribe to tribe. The lesson will cover the similarities and differences between the Native Communities and how they might have interacted with the Apalachee. Activities will include a worksheet, a language matching game, and a craft. Join our time traveling educators for this video adventure that will be posted on YouTube!

 DHR Event
04/22/21

The People of Territorial Florida Lecture Series, Museum of Florida History

Time: 7:00 p.m.

This year marks the bicentennial of Florida becoming a U.S. Territory. To commemorate this important historical event, the Museum of Florida History is presenting a virtual lecture series that focuses on the diverse peoples living in Florida leading up to and during the Territorial Period and how their lives were affected by the transition from Spanish to American governance and policies.

Dr. Nashid Madyun, Director of the Meek-Eaton Black Archives at Florida A&M University, discusses how for centuries Africans and their descendants held a precarious place in Florida society where freedom and slavery often existed side by side. Previously, runaways from British colonies, and later American states, sought the protection of the Spaniards and Catholicism. When Spain ceded Florida to the U.S. this protection disappeared. With the new government, a society built on slavery and plantation economics took firm hold on the territory ending the hope of freedom for Black communities for generations.

This program will be streamed live via Zoom. Please click on the following link to register for the event and to receive access information, https://www.eventbrite.com/e/149141768043

https://www.facebook.com/events/269096814763540

 DHR Event
04/27/21

Friends of Florida History CSO Finance & Investment Committee and Board Meeting

Date and Time:

Tuesday, April 27, 2021

F&I Meeting - 10:00 AM to conclusion

CSO Board Meeting - 10:30 AM to conclusion

Place: 

Via teleconference: 1.888.585.9008 & Passcode 648769445#

Materials

Materials may be obtained by contacting the Division of Historical Resources at [email protected] or at 850.245.6333.

 

Public Meeting
04/27/21

History at High Noon—Roosevelt’s Tree Army in Florida, Museum of Florida History

Time: 12:00 p.m.

By the 1930s, millions of acres of Florida land were devastated by clear-cutting, poor farming practices, and phosphate mining. Many small farmers were destitute, and unemployment was widespread. Senior curator Michelle Hearn discusses the role of the Civilian Conservation Corps in massive reforestation efforts, the establishment of the Florida state park system, and infrastructure projects. About 40,000 young men would serve in Florida’s CCC units, allowing them to support their families during the Depression.

This program will be streamed live via Zoom. Please click on the following link to register for the event and to receive access information, https://www.eventbrite.com/e/149747742529 

https://www.facebook.com/events/554317712214994

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