Midsummer doings in N. Florida: Chuck Nash, Mama Mia, and Darwin

Florida Theatre
Florida Theatre image courtesy of The Crazy Daysies/Rebecca Day.

In North Florida there’s something for everyone to do when it comes to leisure time. You can opt to hear live music, go to a dinner theater, and inspect papers related to Charles Darwin’s theories. From the beaches to downtown, we’ve highlighted some events. Want to dance in the streets? Read on!
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Jax Art exhibit explores myth, the elements, and legend

Leilani Leo
Jacksonville artist Leilani Leo

Jacksonville artist Leilani Leo will exhibit works in a special presentation at the Karpeles Library Manuscript Museum on Friday, July 14, from 5-8 p.m. Leo’s exhibit is titled All the Way Up: An Oil Portrait Series of Gods, Goddesses, the Elements, and Other Mythological Beings.

Leo explained she hopes to beckon “the viewer to peer deeper with renewed perspective musing…on the subject of heavenly legends.”

This won’t be one of those dry as a bone affairs.  Continue reading “Jax Art exhibit explores myth, the elements, and legend”