Calendar of Events for the Florida Keys
Event calendar courtesy of fla-keys.com - The Tourism & Development Councel of the Florida Keys
|February 06 to May 01, in Key West|
Then And Now: A Retrospective Show
February 06 to May 01
Enjoy viewing an exhibit showcasing the work of past and present Florida Keys recipients of the South Florida Cultural Consortium fellowship grants. The free exhibit runs through May 1 at the historic Gato Building,1100 Simonton St., Mon - Fri 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Opening reception is Feb. 6 from 5-7 p.m., and closing reception is set for May 1. Presented by the Florida Keys Council of the Arts.
Contact: 305 295 4369
|February 24 to March 31, in Marathon|
Crane Point Hammock Hosts Plein Air Artists on Tuesdays
February 24 to March 31
Every Tuesday through March 31, from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m., artists from the Florida Keys Watercolor Society are to be available to speak with visitors about their art and inspiration, as they create outdoor "plein air" original paintings in the courtyard, set among the natural attractions' 63 acres of hardwood hammocks and nature trails.
|March 01 to April 04, in Marathon|
33rd Annual Florida Keys Watercolor Society Art Show
March 01 to April 04
The Florida Keys Watercolor Society is to showcase colorful, original watercolor pieces by local artists at the Marathon Community Theater, located in the main gallery during the production of "The Producers." An opening reception is to be held March 1, from 6-8 p.m., with light refreshments, raffle and door prize, and award ceremony. The artists' meet-and-greet event is open to the public. Between March 5 and April 4, art show viewing also is offered Fridays and Saturdays from 11 a.m. - 3 p.m. or before the curtain and during intermissions on performance days - Thursday, Friday and Saturday evenings as well as 3 p.m. matinee March 22.
|March 02 to March 31, in Key West|
Happy Birthday Tennessee Williams!
March 02 to March 31
Celebrate the 104th birthday of Tennessee Williams and his life in Key West during the month of March. Highlights include a series of classic movies adapted from Williams' award winning plays, a poetry contest, artist challenge, staged readings from his plays, letters & journals, a film forum, and much more. Visitors are invited to tour the educational and historic Tennessee Williams Key West Exhibit, at 513 Truman Avenue, near Duval St. For month-long events, tickets and venues, visit twkw.org.
|March 05 to April 04, in Marathon|
Marathon Community Theater presents: The Producers
March 05 to April 04
It's outrageous and hilarious, not to mention the winner of 12 Tony Awards. It's the story of down-on-his-luck producer Max Bialystock, his hysterically awkward accountant Leo Bloom and their "sure-fire" scheme to get rich quick.
|March 17 to April 11, in Key West|
Waterfront Playhouse presents: Monty Python's SpamAlot
March 17 to April 11
The Waterfront Playhouse takes on its biggest musical challenge ever with SPAMALOT -- the splashy musical that was nominated for 14 Tony Awards. The hilarious retelling of the legend of King Arthur will include over 30 set pieces, a cast of 14, over 150 costumes and a live orchestra! Winner of the Tony, Drama Desk and Outer Critics Award for Best Musical "Resplendently silly!" (The New York Times) Showtime 8 p.m.
Contact: Box Office 305-294-5015
|March 18 to April 18, in Key West|
Red Barn Theatre presents: Let's Get Lost
March 18 to April 18
A lush evening of music from the heart and the funny bone. Surprising and sophisticated with a swing in its step, this intimate new show will take you from lost to found with passion and pizazz.
|March 22 to April 14, in Key West|
Red Barn Theatre presents: Outside Mullingar
March 22 to April 14
A heart-tugging valentine to the wonder and weirdness of love. This hesitant romance between neighboring farmers in Ireland is a tender and comic paean to the endearing belief that love will find a way.
|March 30 , in Key West|
United States Air Force Band of the West "Mission Winds" Clarinet Quartet
Enjoy a free family concert in the Oldest House Museum Garden. Starts at 2 p.m. The USAF Band of the West travels more than 125,000 miles annually and provides hundreds of performances to military and civilian audiences. The concert is to feature a variety of music including everything from Patriotic selections to Jazz and Klezmer.
All events are subject to change. Contact the event coordinators for the most current dates and times.