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Key Largo Events Calendar

Key Largo Calendar of Events for March, 2015

Key Largo /
March 5
15
Visitors can see unique works of fine art by many of the Keys' most talented artists as well as those by local junior and senior high school students. Works in watercolors, acrylics, oils, colored pencil, pastels, photography and three-dimensional artistry are presented. In addition to seeing the displayed work, visitors will have a chance to see and speak to an Artist in Residence. Come see art in progress, speak with our talented members and vote for your favorite work of art which will receive the coveted "People's Choice Award." The show will run daily from 10 a.m. until 6 p.m. at the community room of the Key Largo Public Library in the Tradewinds Shopping Center, mile marker 101.4 oceanside.

Key Largo /
March 12
Learn how to identify fish found in the Florida Keys! Join Allison & Carlos Estape at REEF Headquarters (MM 98.3 in the median) for interactive fish behavior & ID classes. Become a citizen-scientist by participating in REEF's Volunteer Fish Survey Project where divers & snorkelers add their Fish ID Surveys to REEF's database which is used by scientists around the world. Begins 7 p.m.

Contact: Allison Estape 305 794 5081
Key Largo /
March 18
21
Hosted by Jimmy Johnson, two-time Super Bowl winning coach and former head coach at the University of Miami, this prestigious event benefits the Sylvester Comprehensive Cancer Center, a South Florida-based cancer-related research, diagnosis and treatment facility. All anglers on the winning boat receive authentic, custom-designed Jimmy Johnson's NBC Championship rings.

Contact: 305-255-3500
Email: Tod@ci-mgt.com
Key Largo /
March 20
The Ocean Life series brings renowned researchers and academics to the Keys to educate, entertain and inspire audiences of all ages. Hosted by Florida International University's School of Environment, Arts and Society and the Friends of the Key Largo Cultural Center, the series features interdisciplinary experts from FIU and the Keys. This series is free and open to the public.

Contact: Linda Kaplan 305-396-7000
Email: linda@fklcc.org
Key Largo /
March 26
Learn how to identify fish found in the Florida Keys! Join Allison & Carlos Estape at REEF Headquarters (MM 98.3 in the median) for interactive fish behavior & ID classes. Become a citizen-scientist by participating in REEF's Volunteer Fish Survey Project where divers & snorkelers add their Fish ID Surveys to REEF's database which is used by scientists around the world. Begins 7 p.m.

Contact: Allison Estape 305 794 5081

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