Join educator Laura Martin for a journey back in time to look at education through the ages in Fort Lauderdale.
Join Suzanne Tripp for an enlightening discussion about her mother’s book, “The Last Train from Key West.”
Join Jack Drury for a lively discussion about Entertainment and Jack’s Famous Pals!
Join Helen Landers for a journey through the past in Broward County.
Join Bob Stone for a lively discussion about the last five centuries of cattle ranching.
Join Samuel F. Morrison Susan Barnett for an enlightening discussion about the African-American Research Library and Cultural Center!
Shreya Ghoshal is an Indian playback singer who mainly sings in Hindi, Telugu, Kannada, Tamil, Bengali, and Malayalam films as well as in other Indian languages such as Assamese, Gujarati, Marathi, Nepali, Oriya, and Punjabi. She has received numerous awards and nominations, including four National Film Awards for best playback singer, three State Film Awards, five Filmfare Awards, and seven Filmfare Awards South. She has established herself as a leading female playback singer in Indian cinema.
This fall, Warren Miller releases its 65th ski film, No Turning Back. The newest installment pays homage to the 65 years of mountain culture and adventure filmmaking that has lead us to every end of the winter world—and this year is no different. From beneath the blankets of powder in Niseko, Japan to the top of Greece’s Mount Olympus, the French Alps, and the Mom & Pop hills of Montana, each location is sure to provide nothing but stoke. Watch Olympian Ted Ligety shred the World Cup in Colorado, Ingrid Backstrom and Jess McMillan push the boundaries of the Alaskan Chugach, and JT Holmes and Ulie Kestenholz take flight high above the Swiss Alps. Revel in the celebration for this year’s winter season and remember, this time there’s No Turning Back.
In recent years The Mystical Arts of Tibet tours, featuring the famed multiphonic singers of Drepung Loseling monastery, have taken the world by storm. Endorsed by His Holiness the Dalai Lama as a means of promoting world peace and healing through sacred performing art. They have performed in many of America’s greatest theaters and music halls.
The Fort Lauderdale Historical Society has two ongoing exhibits at the New River Inn: Fort Lauderdale’s Business History at the H. Wayne Huizenga Business History Center, and My Work Among the Florida Seminoles. Visit and see why exhibits are a special part of the tour experience. Tickets begin at $5 for New River Inn self-guided tours. Campus tour rates are $10 for adults, $7 for seniors, and $5 for students.
Docent tours at 1:00 pm, 2:00 pm, and 3:00 pm