Melbourne Main Street's Friday Fest-Christmas in July

Melbourne Main Street's Friday Fest, 6-10pm July 10th! Bring your family for live music, vendors, food, the Kid Zone and more. Celebrate Christmas in July with Santa, Disney Princesses, snow, sing-a-longs, live music and more. Free and open to the public! more information
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FIT Faculty Profile

Captain Winston Scott, Senior Vice President for External Relations and Economic Development, stopped by the WFIT studios to participate in a Florida Tech Faculty Profile which aired on 6 July 2015. Captain Scott spoke about the many positions he holds at Florida Tech.  As a former Astronaut, Captain Scott is a Professor of Aeronautics; however, as he has a degree in Music, he is also a Professor in the Music Department and directs the Florida Tech Jazz Ensemble. 

King Center for the Performing Arts

Howard Jones
The Songs, The Piano and The Stories

King Center for the Performing Arts

Keiko Matsui’s music transcends boundaries. She is a Japanese producer, contemporary Jazz Pianist and composer who has released over 20 albums in her three decade career. Her unique melting pot of musical influences have garnered her a devout international following. Matsui has worked alongside the best including Miles Davis, Stevie Wonder, Hugh Masakela and Bob James. She is celebrating a triumphant 25 years of recording in the US with the release of her 24th CD, Soul Quest.

Rise Above Plastics

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The Surfrider Foundation - Sebastian Inlet Chapter, the Sea Turtle Conservancy and the town of Melbourne Beach, Florida have partnered together to Rise Above Plastic

Last week in our cycle of the Schubert symphonies, we listened to the sixth symphony - written on the cusp of the Classical and Romantic periods by the 21-year-old composer.

This week we come to one of the most famous symphonies of them all, Schubert's Symphony No. 8 in B minor, the Unfinished Symphony.

Why was it unfinished --- and what happened to Symphony No. 7?

These are both good questions, and they have been debated by musicologists for nearly 200 years. We'll add our two cents' worth this Thursday night.

Two of our favorites, SWIMM and The Knick Knacks will be performing at the Monkey Bar in Indiatlantic on Saturday July 11.

2364 N Highway A1a, Indialantic, Florida 32903

Doors at 8pm show starts at 9pm

Nana’s Childrens Home, inc. provides a place for Neglected, Abused, Needy or Abandoned children in Brevard County. We are a 501C3 tax exempt public charity non-profit organization and we do not receive state funding. All of our needed funds are raised through tax deductible donations. We are also 100% volunteers.


Saturday July 11, 2015

Time: 12:00 pm - 3:00 pm
Location: Brunswick Harbour Lanes

The Ruth Funk Center for Textile Arts at Florida Institute of Technology will present a free gallery talk by featured artist Lisa-Marie Sanders at 1 p.m. Saturday, July 18, in the center’s galleries.

Forever Remembered Exihibit at KSC

The Kennedy Space Center Visitor Complex unveiled a new exhibit honoring the crews that lost their lives on the final flights of Space Shuttles Challenger and Columbia. The "Forever Remembered" memorial was unveiled on Saturday, June 27, 2015. WFIT's Rick Glasby was there and filed this report.

We had an awesome time with The Wheeland Brothers Live In Studio at WFIT.  We'll have video from the session coming soon, so stay tuned.


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WFIT Features

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International Student Spotlight Features Abha Sant from India

Abha Sant is an international student from India and stopped by the WFIT studios to participate in an International Student Spotlight. Abha spoke with EJ Castor about her passion in wanting to clean up the Indian coastline. Abha is majoring in both Marine Biology and Conservation Biology and Ecology. We look forward to hearing about Abha's future accomplishments.
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