The Cook Trio performed a live session in the WFIT studios on Feb. 21. The Cook Trio composed of brothers Ian and Jason Cook on guitar, and Kyle Jones on bass. With myriad influences from Coltrane to Monk, their music brings an American perspective to Gypsy jazz in the style of Django Reinhart.
During lunch from 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m., be a part of "Live Free or Eat Free," a student demonstration where you can get a free meal in exchange for your First Amendment Rights, located on the Crawford Green.
At 3:30 p.m., a First Amendment panel discussion with Klein, attorney Jack Kirschenbaum and Florida Today news director Mara Bellaby, moderated by Florida Tech pre-law instructor and attorney Michael Kahn.
Cocoa Village Mardi Gras Saturday, February 22A true New Orlean's style Mardi Gras celebration featuring Zydeco, Jazz and Blues style entertainment, the CF News 13 parade of floats where spectators can catch hundreds of beads from over 30 floats, roaming entertainment and much more. The Pat Travers Band will headline the entertainment Saturday.
What better way to welcome spring than to refurbish yards and gardens? Just in time to do the job are a wide range of plant and accessory choices at Florida Institute of Technology's 9th annual Botanical Fest Plant and Garden Sale. Featuring a wide selection of plants, ornamentals, fruit trees, flowers, tropicals and more.
Holly Chichester, Horticulturalist and Manager of FL tech's grounds shares details about the event.
The annual event will showcase some of Florida’s finest plant and garden vendors, offering palms, exotics, native plants, ornamental shrubs, bamboo and flowering plants. Free guided tours of the Botanical Garden will take place throughout the day, and master gardeners will be on hand to answer gardening questions. Food and beverages will be available for purchase.
The Fest is located on Crawford Green. Signs on both West University Boulevard and Country Club Road will point the way.
Join us for An Evening of Hope VI: Night of Wishes April 5, 2014 • 7-10 p.m Rolex Raffle donated by Kempf's Jewelers. Become a sponsor of our event and attend this 6th Anniversary Celebration. More info
Colleen Middlebrooks, Director of Community Relations at the Scott Center gives us details.
The Scott Center for Autism Treatment is a not-for-profit health care clinic dedicated to applying research and high quality treatment and training to improve the function and quality of life of children with ASD and related disabilities in Central Florida.