Weekly-Weekday-What-To-Do (03.12-15.18)

Monday 3/12

The Family Acid
As the exhibition’s name suggests, “The Family Acid” depicts one family’s acid-fueled journey through the counterculture America of the 1970s and beyond. The exhibited photographs were all taken by author, actor and reggae archivist Roger Steffens and curated by his children, Kate and Devon Steffens, and his wife, Mary Steffens. The images highlight some of the most well-known facets of American culture in the ‘60s, ‘70s and ‘80s—to include Vietnam, musicians, hippies, family and, of course, acid.  11a.m.-6p.m.
Florida Museum of Photographic Arts 400 N Ashely Drive, Cube 200



Tuesday 3/13

John Hart Book Signing
Bestselling author John Hart (The King of Lies, Down River, The Last Child, Iron House, and Redemption Road) presents his newest book, The Hush.
Inkwood Books 1809 N. Tampa Street

Jameson Whiskey Pairing Dinner
Mother’s is teaming up with Jameson to host a pairing dinner for you! Their talented chefs will provide delicious made from scratch dishes for this dinner paired with handcrafted Jameson cocktails.  7-9:30p.m.
Mothers FL 12227 W Linebaugh Ave









Wednesday, 3/14

Foodie Showcase
a special night of dishes we consider to be a little bit extra. Expect exotic entrees, bar pairings and special treats from every vendor in the house.  11a.m.-10:30p.m.
The Hall on Franklin 1701 N. Franklin St.

Florida Conversations – Real Tampa Privateers
Shipwrecks, mutiny, and just a bit of exploration. Expeditions during the “Age of Discovery” had all of these elements and more. Presenter Peter W. Damisch, “Master Mariner & World Explorer,” will share personal stories about life on board a replica 18th-century square-rigged ship and what it’s like to adjust sails 40 meters above the wild ocean’s surface under treacherous conditions.  6:30-7:30p.m.
Tampa Bay History Center 801 Old Water St

Thursday, 3/15

Fireside Chat with Brent Kraus
After the loss of a family member in 2010, Brent went on to found Ella Bing. The company donates 10% of every sale to the Crisis Center of Tampa Bay to support suicide prevention and awareness in the community. His story is one of family, community, and entrepreneurship in today’s rapidly changing business climate.  Startup Grind is a global startup community designed to connect, educate, and inspire entrepreneurs.  This networking event is meant to showcase people who are on the path to building great companies.  6:30-9:30p.m.
2101 E Palm Ave

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