285 SW Commerce Blvd
Lake City, FL 32025-1501
Phone: (386) 758-8440
Fax: (386) 758-8166
285 SW Commerce Blvd, Lake City, FL, US, 32025-1501
- Phone: (386) 758-8440
- Fax: (386) 758-8166
Festivals and live entertainment events take place year round at this park, showcasing some of the major names in the music industry. It is home to the very popular annual "Suwannee River Jam". In addition to great concerts and a music pavilion, there are picnic pavilions throughout the park as well as swimming, camping, canoeing, horseback riding, biking, skating and hiking. Located 80-minutes from Jacksonville, east on I-10 to the Live Oak exit.
The event is a one-day educational event for families and folks of all ages, which includes a tour of Lubee Bat Conservancy and the unique opportunity to see live fruit bats with 5 ft wingspans! Talks introducing bats as pollinators and about the native bats of Florida are given, along with information about ways that homeowners can avoid conflicts with bats and how maintaining healthy bat habitats benefit other plants and animals. Various groups with tables and displays including crafts, selling jewelry, photos, plants, and shirts will be available.
Gainesville, FL, is known for having a vibrant and entertaining music and arts scene, and the existence of venues like Santa Fe Fine Arts Hall is what makes it so. Located on the campus of the Santa Fe College in the northwestern part of the city, the Santa Fe Fine Arts Hall opened in the Fall of 2011, and presents concerts, dance shows, theatrical performances and much more. The hall can seat 600 and comes equipped with excellent sound and lighting systems. See the website or call to know more.
First-run Hollywood movies and critically acclaimed films are shown at this cinema that also features comfortable seating and a large concession area.
The city of Starke in the U.S. State of Florida is enriched with a fine women's club site in the form of the celebrated Woman's Club of Starke. It was founded and established in the late 19th Century. It was also formerly referred as the Mother's Club. A variety of activities have been organized and executed by the women members of the club since its origination. The clubhouse site stands listed on the National Register of Historic Places.
Performing in the historic Jones-Rosenberg Building of the Santa Fe Community College Andrews Center, this local community theatre group presents several unique and entertaining plays throughout the year including an annual production of "A Christmas Carol."
One of Florida's oldest community theaters having been founded in 1927, the Gainesville Community Playhouse features six shows during their season which usually consists of three musicals and three dramatic or comedy shows.
The Gainesville Ballet Theatre is a non-profit regional ballet company which performs classical and contemporary ballet. Its West Studio can be found at 7126 West University Avenue.
Dance Alive National Ballet is a professional ballet touring company.
The Stephen C. O'Connell Center brings people together through a volley of different recreational activities that include swimming, dance, gymnastics, martial arts and much more. University of Florida students, faculty, staff and their spouses can access this center. Guided tours of the center are also available, provided reservations are made in advance.
Formerly known as Perry Field, the Alfred A. McKethan Stadium is an excellent way for baseball fans of Florida University to catch baseball games as it is their home stadium. With a seating capacity of approximately 5,000, it includes all modern amenities that allows players and participants to enjoy a great sporting game. It indeed is a popular destination for all baseball fans.
Cheer your favorite team at any number of football matches at the Ben Hill Griffin Stadium, located at the University of Florida campus. The stadium is the homeland for the ever-so-famous Gator Football Team.