Wednesday, July 9, 2014
This annual celebration brings together Mel Fisher fans and treasure-hunting enthusiasts in a celebration of the anniversary of Fisher's discovery of the shipwrecked Spanish galleon Nuestra Senora de Atocha. Fisher and his crew uncovered a $450 million cache of Atocha treasure and artifacts in July 1985 after a 16-year search. The galleon sank approximately 35 miles southwest of Key West during a 1622 hurricane. Fisher's son Kim Fisher leads the continuing search for Atocha artifacts and treasures that still remain undiscovered. Festival highlights include a dock party with the salvage crew, behind-the-scenes tours of the Fisher family's private artifact conservation lab, a team treasure hunt and a rollicking street party that recalls Mel's exuberant spirit.
Contact: 305-296-6534 for more information and schedule of events visit: http://www.melfisher.com/Library/InTheNews.asp
Thursday, June 26, 2014
thru Jul 6, 2014. The play centers on a young woman and her mother, who spend a desperate evening unraveling their sometimes tense and sometimes tender relationship after the daughter makes a stunning and unthinkable announcement. An overwhelming and powerful night of theatre. The shows to follow are Waiting for Godot , Jul 15, 2014 thru Jul 20, 2014 and The Whale Jul 29, 2014 thru Aug 3, 2014. Take time to saunter down to our quaint carriage house theater and enjoy an amazing night under the huge banyans in the tropical air. Talk to Geri or Rebecca about tickets and/or some great dining options. For more information visit: http://www.redbarntheatre.com
Sunday, June 15, 2014
online, $20 at the door.