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Sangria and Stories: Mapping the Florida-Cuba Connection
August 16 @ 6:00 pm – 7:00 pm
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Join Rodney Kite-Powell, History Center Curator and Director of the Touchton Map Library/Florida Center for Cartographic Education, for a look at the new exhibit “Gateways to the Caribbean: Mapping the Florida-Cuba Connection.”
Kite-Powell will lead attendees through the exhibit during his in-gallery presentation, highlighting the more than 50 maps in “Gateways,” dating back nearly 500 years.
Sangria and Stories includes a glass of Columbia Cafe sangria, free garage parking and an in-gallery presentation. Limited to just 30 attendees, Sangria and Stories is an intimate and in-depth look at topics related to Florida history. Pre-registration is required.