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Oct. 26 - The Armchair Traveler
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October 18: Family Concert
Organist and pianist Brenna Szafron returns to the Great Room. Free program.
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Sept. 18: FENCE Family Concert
Singer/songwriter Tom Fisch entertains. Free program made possible with the support of the Kirby Endowment Fund at the Polk County Community Foundation.
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Sept. 19: Family Concert, 4pm
Singer/songwriter Tom Fisch entertains. Free program.
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Sept. 20: Family Concert
Join award-winning pianist Kevin Ayesh for a program of lyric pieces from the Romantic era. Free event.
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Sept. 28 - The Armchair Traveler
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Dec. 3: TROT Horse Show
Watch our Therapeutic Riding of Tryon riders show their skills in this annual horse show organized by our riding program for special needs children and adults.
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Go Fly A Kite
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Free Family Concert
The FENCE concert is sponsored by the Kirby Fund, will feature two "mature," in fact, 90 year old musicians, Joseph and Kathleen Erwin. They met while both were students at The Juilliard School in New York City. After both graduated, Joe added "Music Education" to his focus when he accepted Juilliard's invitation to join the faculty. Joe says: This Fence program will be entitled; Transforming Life's Dissonance into Consonance. Like all Fence programs, no tickets are required and all are welcome to this hour of music, followed by special refreshments.
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Animal tracks and tracking program with Steve O'Neil
Over the last two decades Steve has conducted several reptile, bat, bear, and vulture conservation, ecology, and environmental education & research projects studying the Eastern Box Turtle, Black Rat snake, Timber Rattlesnake, Black vulture, Black bear, and our native bats.
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