Arts & Culture

MOSH Calendar of Events

Through January 9 – Prehistoric PredatorsWalk alongside the dinosaurs!  Encounter a soaring Pteranodon with a 23-foot wingspan, a Maiasaura mother caring for her hatchlings, a Pachycephalosaurus, Apatosaurus, Albertosaurus and more in the limited-engagement exhibit, Prehistoric Predators. Dinosaur models are handcrafted based on fossil records and equipped with internal computers, making them look – and sound – like the magnificent beasts that once roamed Earth! 

Sustainable Springfield Offers Cooking Classes by Chefs from Jacksonville’s Most Popular Restaurants

Sustainable Springfield, a non-profit organization dedicated to building healthy communities by promoting sustainable practices, will offer a series of cooking classes in 2011 hosted by top local chefs.

Winter Jazz Night

Douglas Anderson School of the Arts is hosting the Winter Jazz Night in partnership with LaVilla School of the Arts. The jazz concert will feature the Douglas Anderson Alumni Jazz Combo, and the Jazz 1 and Jazz 2 bands from both Douglas Anderson and Lavilla School of the Arts.

Jacksonville’s 4th Annual Downtown Historic Church Tour

Tour a century of sanctuaries in one afternoon at ten Downtown historic churches. Guides at each church will highlight the architectural and historical significance of the building. The tour begins and ends at the Main Library and visitors may walk or use the complimentary trolley service provided along the tour route.

The NEW New Year's Eve!

If you are looking for something extra fun and exciting to do this New Year's Eve, join us for the New Orlean's Bingo Show at the 5 Points Theater!

Jacksonville Fashion Week Hosts Model Casting Call

Jacksonville Fashion Week (JFW), a multi-event celebration of fashion on Florida’s First Coast, is hosting a two-day model casting call from 4-8 p.m. on Wednesday, Nov. 17 at Walkers (2692 Post St.) and Thursday, Nov. 18 at The Brasserie (Beach Plaza, 1312 Beach Blvd.). JFW officials will select a total of 100-125 models to grace the catwalk at the inaugural Jacksonville Fashion Week, March 23-26, 2011.

Old-fashioned, Hand-pulled Candy Canes

Sweet Pete’s, Jacksonville’s only all-natural candy shoppe, plans to help local families create sweet new memories with old fashioned candy cane pulls.  Peter Behringer, local candy expert and the “Peter” of Peterbrooke Chocolatier will teach school groups, scouts and families to pull their own candy canes.