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Gator fans, are you excited for the start of the Florida football season? Are you crossing off the days on your calendar in anticipation for the first game in the Swamp? The 4th annual Gator Charity Challenge is your chance to see members of the 2011 team in action before the season starts. http://www.gatorzone.com/story.php?id=21020

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Artwalk Gainesville is a free event on the last Friday of each month for connecting with art, artists, and community in a vibrant downtown. http://artwalk.ning.com/

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Healing Arts

The Shands Cancer Resource Center provides an arts workshop for people with movement disorders and their families, Wednesday, 2 – 4 p.m. Free.

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FOOD, Inc. will be featured at the Hippodrome State Theatre, September 25th – October 1st Green Drinks and GoGreenNation.org will co-host the opening night with a Happy Hour at the Hippodrome, 5:30 – 6:30 p.m. Sept. 25 Just mention GoGreenNation Green Drinks for a discount of $1 off the house beer or wine of your […]

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Free University Free University at the Civic Media Center offers free classes once a week in a variety of different subjects. This week’s class is in Addiction and Recovery. WHEN: July 2, at 7pm WHERE: Civic Media Center, 433 S. Main St. COST: Free (but donations to the CMC are greatly appreciated) Weekly Poetry Jam […]

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“People photos” is the current exhibition at Hector Framing & Gallery featuring portrait work by James David Rebstock, a seasoned photographer of 40 years. Each of the forty photos in the exhibition depicts famous and familiar faces in a variety of sizes. His work will be on display until July 18. COST: Free WHERE: 702 W. University Ave. WHEN: […]

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Studio Percussion is hosting the first annual “Right To Bear Arts” Festival on April 25 from 11:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. at Trinity United Methodist in Gainesville. Their goal is to create a coalition of local businesses that are involved with the arts so that the arts as a whole may grow and flourish in […]

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Hear the stories behind all those beautiful Southern homes and inns in Gainesville — for free! Many historical landmarks in Northeast and Southeast Gainesville now have free, cell-phone based tours. Visitors can simply go to a historic site of their choice, call a number and hear a voice recording for that area at their own […]

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Thursday through Sunday (March 12-15): Watch 30 of Florida’s best plein air painters portray the beautiful, authentic 1800’s working farm in Newberry. The paintings — reflecting the farm’s gardens, fields and historic buildings — will then be sold wet off the easel. Painters will be on the farm from 9 to 5 each day. Free […]

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Art in Gainesville This Weekend

Thursday (Feb. 26): Watch an espionage thriller about wartime politics in WWII-era Shanghai. “Lust, Caution“ will play at the Reitz Union on UF’s campus for free at 8:00 and 10:30 p.m. Friday Night (Feb. 27): Explore Gainesville’s art scene at Artwalk on Friday night. Studios and galleries downtown will stay open late and offer live […]

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