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Tag Archives: cocktails

Modern Dialect: Recommended Reading List

Dec

05

These books are recommended as sources to put the era of these poignant paintings into perfect context and perspective. From the hardships of the Depression to the artwork that came out of it to the politics of the time, these books will…

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Conversations & Cocktails: November 13th

Nov

01

The artwork in Modern Dialect draws inspiration from events taking place in early 20th century America. Whether it is poverty, war, or celebrating the American dream, the work evokes many feelings from the viewer. Local artists Jim Draper, Lily Kuonen, and Dustin Harewood will be on hand to…

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Vodka Tasting with The Tsars!

Jan

25

Back by popular demand… another tasting event at The Cummer! This time, with a focus on all things Russian to compliment…

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Join Up & Cummers for a Private Tour of The Haskell Collection

Sep

04

Join the Up & Cummers on Wednesday, September 12, from 5:30-7:30 p.m. at The Haskell Building – 111 Riverside Avenue, 32202.

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Garden Week Schedule of Events

Feb

23

In addition to our wonderful speakers, luncheons and fashion show, we will have baked goods available from Mrs. Cummer’s Tea Table, daily demonstrations, Master Gardner Tours, and lovely garden items for sale in our Impressionism Exhibition Museum Store.

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