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Tampa Bay History Center Field Trip

THE FIELD TRIP TO TAMPA BAY HISTORY CENTER AND ULELE RESTAURANT HAS BEEN RESCHEDULED FOR AUGUST 22nd

A Smithsonian Institution Affiliate, the Tampa Bay History Center includes three floors of permanent and temporary exhibition space focusing on 12,000 years of Florida history. The History Center features a museum store, the Witt Research Center, a map gallery, event hall, and the Columbia Café, a branch of the historic Columbia Restaurant. One of Tampa’s premier cultural venues, the History Center features cutting-edge interactive exhibits and provides a unique educational experience for all ages. Located along the Riverwalk in Tampa’s bustling Channel District, the History Center serves residents of the Tampa Bay area as well as Hillsborough County’s nearly 3 million annual tourists, and is one of several cultural venues located in downtown Tampa. For more info on the Center go to : http://tampabayhistorycenter.org/

For the Field Trip, people are asked to meet in front of the Tampa Bay History Center on August 22 at 10:00 a.m. located at 801 Old Water Street, Tampa.  You need not be a member to attend.  However, seating at the new Ulele Restaurant, located at 1810 N Highland Ave, has seating reservations for 25 people ONLY.  If you wish to reserve a seat at the restaurant, please call Vickie Jimmerson at 407-401-1600.  This is at a first-come, first-serve basis, so please call quickly.

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