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Tallahassee offers its guests special events throughout the year. Review the following list of events and reserve your space at the Tallahassee RV Park.

Make your reservations early - limited spaces are available for major athletic and annual events.

For more detailed event information and specific dates visit www.visittallahassee.com

 

CAPITAL CITY ANNUAL EVENTS
January Hernando deSoto Winter Encampment - Living history portrays Spanish/Apalachee cultures at 1539 winter encampment. 850-922-6007.
February Seven Days of Opening Nights - A Florida State University and community-wide festival of the fine and performing arts featuring nationally known artists/performers combined with local and regional artists/performers, including galleries, musical performances and live theater. www.fsu.edu/~artsfest. 850-644-6500.
March Vintage Valentines - Competition and sale of original old fashioned valentines made by local artists set in a Victorian era 1930's home. Knott House Museum. 850-922-2459.

Downtown Marketplace - Nestled beneath stately oaks in Tallahassee's downtown historic district, Saturdays come alive with live entertainment, music, arts and fine crafts from regional artists, literary cafe, historical chats, plant talks, farmer's market, special events, storytelling, hands-on art activities for kids and more. Saturdays 8 am-2 pm. Downtown, Ponce de Leon Park at Park Ave. and Monroe St. www.downtownmarket.com 850-980-8727

Jazz & Blues Festival - Features non-stop jazz, blues and gospel, showcases local musicians. 850-576-1636.

Red Hills Horse Trials - Nationally recognized equestrian competition featuring Olympic riders competing in Dressage, Cross Country and Stadium Jumping, Great family entertainment includes Trade Fair, special educational exhibits, concessions and supervised kids activities. www.rhht.org. 850-893-2497.
April Springtime Tallahassee - Capital City's premier festival includes Grand Parade and GIANT Arts & Crafts Jubilee www.springtimetallahassee.com 850-224-5012.

A Bouquet from the Met - Features a gala reception, floral creations and presentation by Master Floral Designer Chris Giftos from the New York Metropolitan Museum. Goodwood Museum & Gardens 850-877-4202.

Flying High Circus - FSU students perform daring highwire acrobats and precision stunts under the big top. FSU Flying High Circus 850-644-4874.

Spring Farm Days & Pioneer Breakfast - Living history portrayal of life on authentic 1880s farmstead. Tallahassee Museum of History and Natural Science. 850-576-1636.

Tallahassee Chain of Parks Art Festival -LeMoyne Art Foundation presents a juried art festival featuring the top 100 artists selected from across the U.S., using a variety of of mediums including ceramics, clay, fiber, graphics, pastel, glass, metal, photography, sculpture, wood, watercolor and more. Also features live music and food booths. 850-222-8800.

Tour of Gardens - Regional/national gardening experts provide guided tour of private and public gardens. 850-487-4556.
May Southern Shakespeare Festival - Renaissance festival featuring elaborate costumes, mimes, games, food and artisan booths and Shakespeare in the park. www.southernshakespearefestival.org 850-671-0742.
June Annual Florida African Dance Festival - Statewide festival featuring Florida and National artists in dance and drum workshops, performance concert and more. 850-539-4087.

Big Boys Tech & Toy Show - Hundreds of exhibit booths, giveaways, demonstrations, and more, with emphasis on technology for today's men and their families. 850-576-1294.
July Celebrate America - Areas largest fireworks display, all-day activities, arts and crafts, music, food and more! 850-891-3866.

Swamp Stomp - Non-stop bluegrass, folk and acoustical music plus folk tales, cloggers and more. 850-576-1636.
August Caribbean Carnival - Reggae, calypso and salsa music, parade, carnival village, crafts, food and more! 850-878-2198.
September Downtown Get Downs - High spirited, themed block-parties most Friday nights preceding college home football games with food vendors, live entertainment, arts and crafts and more. 850-224-3252.

Native American Heritage Festival - Music, dance, games, demonstrations, bead work, arts and crafts and more. 850-575-8684.
October Pops in the Garden - Garden paths illuminated by hundreds of luminaries and a full moon. Live symphony. Maclay Gardens. 850-487-4556.

Zoobilee - Enjoy museum grounds after dark, "wild" adults only fund-raising party, showcases area restaurents. Tallahassee Museum of History and Natural Science. 850-575-8684.
November Bradley's Fun Days - Famous home-made sausage, arts and crafts, syrup making, Model-A rides and more. Free. Bradley's Country Store. 850-893-1647.

Florida Seafood Festival - Fresh Florida seafood, maritime crafts, live concert featuring headline entertainers and more. Apalachicola, FL. 888-653-8011.

Mule Days - Entertainment, 500 arts and craft vendors, food, old-fashioned cane grinding, syrup making, parade and more. Calvary, GA. 229-377-MULE.

North Florida Fair - Area's largest agricultural fair, Nashville stars, giant midway rides, games and food. 850-878-3247.
December Market Days - Southeast's largest fine artsshow/sale features over 280 artists/crafts people and food booths. 850-575-8684.

Winter Festival - Lighting of downtown, Jingle Bell Run, twilight parade, music and the arts, Santa's Enchanted Forest and more. 850-891-3866.

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