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Join Pete the Panther on Friday January 18th at 12:30 as we celebrate Arbor Day with the planting of 7 trees.  The event will be held on the East Side of Country Club Dr near the President's office.  Refreshments will be provided and the event is free.  Special thanks to the Indian Harbor Beach Garden Club for sponsoring the trees.

 

Florida Institute of Technology

How do you spend your Thursday nights? Stuck on the couch, watching the same old television show or surfing the web to find something new and interesting? Put down that remote and step away from the keyboard. Lifelong Scholar Society is where you need to be!

Space Coast Birding & Wildlife Festival

The festival is a premier event that offers opportunities for participants to explore world-renowned natural areas of Florida’s Space Coast, home of the largest collection of endangered wildlife and plants in the continental United States. Field trips and outdoor workshops; offshore birding boat trip; nature-based exhibits; art show and competition; classroom presentations; and informal opportunities to meet national authorities on birds, plants, photography, optics, and technology. The festival has been named for many years as a “Top 20 Event” by the Southeastern Tourism Society.

WFIT's 3rd Annual Garage Band Contest

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A lot of great bands started in a garage, how about yours? Once again, WFIT 89.5 FM is looking for the next great garage band on the Space Coast. If you have a band enter our Garage Band Contest.

Igor Stravinsky
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Stuck in Switzerland during World War I, Igor Stravinsky was in a pickle. There were no royalties coming from Paris for his ballets, and his home in Russia was off the table due to the revolution. He was slowly going broke.

To keep the wolf from his door, he came up with a miniature stage production based upon an old Russian fairy tale about a returning-home soldier and his Faustian  bargains with the devil.

With its small cast and orchestra, l'Histoire du Soldat traveled from town to town, almost like a vaudeville, and it's our featured work this week.

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