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PUBLIC ENCOURAGED TO ATTEND
8 P.M. DISPLAY ON OLIN QUAD

Florida Tech will light up the night Sept. 22 in recognition of the university’s 60th anniversary.

An 8 p.m. Founders Day fireworks display is set for Olin Quad, just off University Boulevard between Babcock Street and Country Club Road. The event is free and the public is encouraged to attend. Free ice cream and other giveaways are planned.

The Studio at BAC’s Performing Arts ShowcaseOctober 30 @ 10:30 am - 11:30 amFree

Exceptional Student Education (ESE) classes from Brevard Public Schools will participate in The Studio at Brevard Achievement Center’s (BAC) 6th annual Performing Arts Showcase. Among the group also will be adults with disabilities from BAC’s Adult Day Training program.

A chance to gaze into the future with experts in the fields of meterology, chemistry, space science and so much more as Evans Library presents another in their series; "Library After Hours".  

2058: A Look Into The Future

Friday, September 28, 2018
6:30 – 8:00 p.m.
Evans Library, First Floor

On the 60th Anniversary of Florida Tech, join us for an evening gazing 40 years into the future to Florida Tech's 100th Anniversary.
Talks by FIT professors in Science, Technology and the Arts.

Rocky Water Brew Fest is presented to you by the Eau Gallie Rotary Club. Rocky Water is an event that will bring together some of the best breweries in Florida. You can enjoy unlimited tastings with your ticket to the event. Find a new favorite brew this October.

Rocky Water Brew Fest is an opportunity for you to taste a collection of the finest craft beer from breweries all over the State of Florida.

Beethoven and Schubert
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Beethoven and Schubert -- each in his own way a tragic figure -- worked in the same city at the same time and produced some of the most significant bodies of work in all music.

They didn't socialize -- age, personality, and class differences precluded that -- but they had a great esteem for each others' talent, and it's easy to see why that was so.

We'll go back to early 19th-century Vienna this week, and we'll just sit back and enjoy the music of these two contemporaries. 

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