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Key West Events Calendar

Key West Calendar of Events for January, 2015

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January 13
February 17
Register for the Florida Keys Community College's "Sanctuary Seminar," a six-week, non-credit lecture series hosted by Florida Keys National Marine Sanctuary. Lectures are Tuesday evenings 6:30 p.m. - 8 p.m., from January 13 - February 17, 2015 at Florida Keys Eco-Discovery Center in Key West. The tuition fee is $19 for all six lectures. Anyone interested in the marine life and maritime heritage of the Florida Keys National Marine Sanctuary can learn more in this series where experts share their knowledge of ecological and cultural resources of the sanctuary.

Contact: Register: 305-809-3185
Email: rachel.pawlitz@noaa.gov
Key West /
January 14
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Jon McIntosh is a staple of the Key West art community and recently selected to join an elite group of artists who have also been named the best and the brightest by South Florida Cultural Consortium. His surrealistic and contemporary body of work alongside Hays Blinkmann is on display at Lucky Street Gallery, located at 540 Greene St.

Contact: 305 294 3973
Key West /
January 27
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In celebration of 30 years of treasure, MFMM presents the Companion Programs & Free Lecture Series. Topic this week is: Treasure & Tragedy, The History of the 1622 Fleet. Discover the story of the fleet from the time the Atocha was built, to the 1622 disaster, and through the many decades of Spanish salvage that followed. Presented by Corey Malcom, museum archaeologist. Program begins at 6:30 p.m., in the Museum Courtyard.

Contact: 305-294-2633 Ext 22
Email: cmalcom@melfisher.org
Key West /
January 28
Jose Marti Birthday Celebration
A tribute to Cuba's foremost patriot and poet, the public is invited to enjoy poetry, film, dance, music, from 6-8 p.m., at San Carlos Institute, 516 Duval St. Sponsored by the Board of Trustees San Carlos Institute, The Key West Poetry Guild, & The Comparsa Dancers.

Contact: Nancy Boylan 908-591-5566
Key West /
January 28
February 1
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Top chefs and restaurateurs showcase their culinary creativity and the Keys' indigenous cuisine in a tasty schedule of events for food, wine and beer lovers alike. Attendees can participate in a slew of food-related adventurous events, brewing competitions and muchmore. Visit website for all festival happenings.

Contact: 800-474-4319; 305-304-5218
Email: info@keywestfoodandwinefestival.com
Key West /
January 29
31
Big king mackerel migrate to the waters around Key West each winter, and a fittingly large prize awaits the winner of this challenge. The angler who weighs in the heaviest mackerel, also known as kingfish, is to go home with $10,000.

Contact: Lee Murray 305-296-0364
Email: lee@murraymarine.com
Key West /
January 29
31
Cuda Bowl
Shallow water flats anglers and guides are invited to hook-up and fight their barracuda rivals. Event is to be headquartered at Hurricane Hole Marina, Stock Island. Prizes and trophies are to be awarded for top angler and guide in light tackle spin and fly divisions.

Contact: Justin or Loren Rea 305-744-0903
Email: info@cudabowl.com
Key West /
January 30
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From 8-10 p.m., at The Studios of Key West, 533 Eaton Street. A giant on the acoustic scene who's still just getting started, Werner is by turns wry and passionate on stage, and famous for her live shows.

Contact: 305-296-0458

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