Calendar of Events for the Florida Keys
Event calendar courtesy of fla-keys.com - The Tourism & Development Councel of the Florida Keys
|March 08 to May 24, in Islamorada|
Keys History & Discovery Center presents: Bloodline Mini-Binge
March 08 to May 24
Each Wednesday the Center is to host a weekly Bloodline mini-binge, showing two episodes at 2 p.m., from seasons 1 & 2 of the popular Netflix original series. Free for members, non-members $5. Theater has limited seating (35).
|March 09 to April 08, in Marathon|
Marathon Community Theater presents: Cabaret
March 09 to April 08
Leave your troubles outside: In Here Life is Beautiful! Come to our raucous Kit Kat Klub in 1930 Berlin where the Emcee welcomes you to forget your troubles at the Cabaret. Come hear the music play: Cabaret, Mien Herr, Money Song, Maybe this Time.
|March 24 to April 05, in Big Pine|
Arts Council Presents the Fifth Annual Connections Project 2017 Tour
March 24 to April 05
The Connections Project innovative road show continues with a reception at Big Pine's Artists in Paradise Gallery featuring a vibrant 24-foot mosaic mural created by local artists and art lovers. The exhibit is open to the public. The large-scale mosaic mural features art by almost 400 Florida Keys residents and is touring the island chain to celebrate the connection between the community and local cultural initiatives.
|March 28 to April 15, in Key West|
Red Barn Theatre presents: Camping with Henry and Tom
March 28 to April 15
Bristling with humor, this delightful play is fictionally based on a 1921 camping trip taken by Henry Ford, Thomas Edison, and President Warren G. Harding. An easygoing satire of politics and history, it draws upon quotes and biographies to paint a realistic and far-from-sugar-coated picture of this trio, whose private personas often differed from the exemplary personalities known to the public.
|March 31 , in Key West|
Studios of Key West presents: Antilles Music Ensemble
Seven or eight musicians strong, the Antilles Music Ensemble charts a course through early 20th century Caribbean dance music, with an eye toward the islands, an ear for French Creole rhythms and a scholar's appreciation for the earliest forms of Jazz. We challenge you to stay in your seats for this one!
All events are subject to change. Contact the event coordinators for the most current dates and times.