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Volunteer for Chain of Parks Art Festival, Saturday & Sunday, April 15 & 16

LeMoyne Chain of Parks Art Festival is seeking volunteers to help before and during the festival.  Please visit our Sign Up page to view opportunities: The 17th Annual LeMoyne Chain of Parks Art Festival will be held on Saturday and Sunday, April 15-16, 2017. Visitors can view and purchase unique fine art creations from more than 170 artists from throughout the United States, while enjoying a weekend filled with a large variety of artistic creations, family fun, food … More

Word of South Festival – April 7-9

Join us April 7-9 for the third annual Word of South Festival in Tallahassee’s award-winning Cascades Park! Word of South is a festival that celebrates literature and music, with performances by over 100 internationally known writers and musicians on seven different stages around the park. In 2017, we will feature artists as varied as Shovels and Rope, Lisa Loeb, Kathleen Parker, Sarah Potenza and James McBride (and his band!), all for free. The festival also … More

MoLab Fundraiser @ Brass Tap – March 23

Join MoLab at The Brass Tap Midtown Thursday, March 23 starting at 6:30 p.m. Just mention MoLab to your server and MoLab will receive 10% of all sales till close. Funds raised will be used to purchase new laptops for Summer Camp Spark – Igniting Knowledge! Help us reach our goal to purchase 12 new laptops. Can’t make it to the event or want to sponsor a laptop? Donate Now! Contact Trish A. Hanson at … More

FSU Trombone Day – March 4th

Attention future ‘Noles! Join the Florida State University Trombone Studio for Trombone Day on Saturday, March 4th! There will be two esteemed guests this year: Mark L. Lusk, Professor of Trombone at Penn State University, and Dr. Bradley Palmer, Professor of Trombone at Columbus State University. Performances will range from solo recitals to jazz trombone ensembles to expanded trombone choirs. These performances will include our guest artists and YOU! Bring your trombone to be involved! … More

Become a FSUshadow Host and Take a Nole to Work!

          The FSU Career Center is gearing up for the Spring Break 2017 session of the inaugural FSUshadow program. We invite you to serve as a Host and Take a Nole to Work during FSU’s spring break – March 13, 14, 15, or 16, 2017. The FSUshadow Program is a structured matching process that connects students with one-day job shadowing opportunities for career exploration and introduction to the world of work. … More

Kids Night Out @ FSU Mens Basketball

Support local youth charities by sponsoring tickets to be given away to underprivileged kids. For more information on sponsorships and participating groups contact Michelle Burdick at  

November 28th – Young Professional Night at FSU vs. Minnesota

Come out for a night of networking and Florida State Basketball on November 28th!  

Tally Job Hop Connects Nearly 50 Students with Local Employers

Marcus Mobley rode along with several aspiring graduates at Florida State University as they huddled and chatted in a shuttle van. There were two groups and a long day of stops at various businesses specializing in information technology, public relations and marketing. The students were used to Garnet and Gold campus life. Most of them, including Mobley, knew little outside that bubble. But he learned a lesson. Tallahassee may have more to offer than he realized … More

4th Annual Bacon & Brews – October 20

First Commerce Credit Union has teamed up with Madison Social and Centrale – a new Italian Parlour serving up old school Italian fare with a fun, fresh edge – to host the 4th annual Bourbon, Bacon & Brews Social on Thursday, October 20, from 6 to 10 p.m. This flavor-filled event features a flight of smoky flavored bacons along with a flight of specialty bourbons and craft beer, plus a dinner option with reserved seating … More

Alzheimer’s Project’s Forget-Me-Not Walk – November 6,

When: Sunday, November 6 @ 1:30pm Where: Cascades Park This is our annual 2016 Forget-Me-Not Walk for the Alzheimer’s Project, Inc. The Alzheimer’s Project is a non-profit organization providing caregiver support services to Alzheimer’s disease caregivers and their families. This event helps raise money for the Alzheimer’s Project, Inc. to provide services to caregivers for the big bend area. For more information please contact our office at 850-766-3898 or visit our website at