Following up on our very first Florida Summer Cinema screening, Gulfport Historical Society offers a brunch that will stimulate your tastebuds and your brain!
Andrea Andersen, Nature Preserve Supervisor at St. Pete's beautiful Boyd Hill Nature Preserve and instructor of Environmental Education at Eckerd College, will give a presentation about Florida raptors, including the burrowing owl who is a key player in our June film, Hoot. She will be joined by an owl from the preserve!
As we listen and discuss, we will enjoy a brunch prepared by Gulfport's own Chef Morgan Banno. Mimosas and Bloody Marys will accompany delicious brunch fare.
This event helps raise funds to provide more great summer programming from Gulfport Historical Society. Tickets $15 for members; $20, not-yet-members. Doors open at 10 AM. Registration is required so we can plan appropriately.
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