Studios of Key West presents Friends of the Key West Library Lecture Series:
January 16- Hal Crowther is a prolific journalist and essayist, whose most recent collection of essays, Gather at the River, was a finalist for the National Book Critic
January 23– Seth Bramson – Florida historian who has written many books about various aspects of Florida history including From Sandbar to Sophistication:The Story of Sunny Isles Beach
January 30– James Gleick – Writer of many books on science and related subjects, including Genius: The Life and Science of Richard Feynman and Chaos: Making a New Science.
These are free to attend. The Studios of Key West is Located at 600 White Street.
January 22- Key West Pops Orchestra Presenting Obbligato – Full sized orchestra performs music of classic greats including Mozart, Handel, and Verdi. For more
information call 305-296-6059
January 26 – 29-Third Annual Key West Dulcimer Festival – The dulcimer is a stringed musical instrument, with origins dating back 2000 years. Celebrating this traditional instrument, the plucky musicians are back and ready for another year of great performances. The four-day festival is to be held at Hurricane Hole Marina.
January 28- Anne McKee Artists Fund Auction – Bid on Key West art. Proceeds will benefit Keys artists and projects. You’ll see work in all media – including oil painting,
acrylic painting, sculpture, jewelry, and ceramics. Art Viewing: 7 PM. Art Auction: 8 PM. East Martello Museum. 3501 S. Roosevelt Blvd.
January 28 – 29- The 27th Key West Craft Show – Over 100 craft artists in Old Town Key West display art and crafts from wood, clay, fabric, metal and more! Whitehead Street &
Caroline Street. 10-5 daily, FREE and open to the public. For more information,