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Farmers Market – The Truman Waterfront Farmers Market is open from 10 a.m.-2 p.m. on Thursdays at Truman Waterfront. The market features fresh produce, baked goods, honey, fresh seafood, cheese, international cuisine and more. www.facebook.com/kwfarmersmarket.
Miami Book Fair Online – Books & Books at The Studios of Key West and Miami Book Fair present a virtual evening with author Chanel Cleeton, in conversation with Renee Rosen, discussing her new book, “The Last Train to Key West.” The discussion will begin at 7 p.m. Visit booksandbookskw.com/cleeton/ for more information and to register.
Virtual Cinematheque Series – The Tropic Cinema’s Virtual Cinematheque Series presents “Picture of His Life.” Amos Nachoum is one of the greatest underwater photographers of all time. Fascinated by the most fearsome creatures on Earth, he has developed a unique approach that puts him face to face with his subjects, but one major predator has always eluded him: the polar bear. Now, after four decades in the wilderness, Nachoum is determined to give it one last shot. As his journey unfolds, Nachoum contemplates the series of events — from fraught family relationships to the horrors of war — that drove him here to the end of the world. It has been a long and painful journey, but where others find fear, Nachoum has found redemption. Buy tickets at www.tropiccinema.com/event/virtual-cinemathequeseries picture-of-his-life/.
Quarantine Cat Film Festival – Amateur filmmakers from around the world filmed their beloved cats during COVID-19 stay-at-home orders. This compilation brings together the cutest, funniest, bravest and most loving of these videos, exclusively filmed during the pandemic. www.tropiccinema.com/event/quarantine-cat-filmfestival/.
Mainly Mozart – The Miami Chamber Music Society presents a unique series of seven free live online events. Occurring every Saturday June 27 at 4 p.m., these curated broadcasts will feature a stellar lineup of artists in performance and conversation, sharing behind-the-scenes insights, excerpts from past performances and live musical moments. This week’s program features soprano Ailyn Perez, recipient of the 2012 Richard Tucker Award, the 15th
Annual Placido Domingo Award and the 2016 Beverly Sills Award from the Metropolitan Opera. Register at https:// www.mainlymozart.com/.
Father’s Day Artisan Market – Father’s Day will offer a special afternoon of classical guitar and vocals live at the Artisan Market from 10 a.m.-2 p.m. at Clarence H. Higgs Memorial Beach. The Key West Artisan Market will team up with The Key West International Guitar Festival to present a Guitar Summit Concert Series featuring father-daughter duo Mateo and Belle Jampol. Guests can enjoy Bloody Marys and mimosas along with a full bar from Great Events Catering, specialty coffees, smoothies, natural juices and cut fruit, and multiple food trucks and stalls offering eat-here or takeaway. Shop a curated outdoor market offering fine crafts, art and jewelry from talented Florida Keys makers. Stock the pantry and fridge with fresh produce, artisan cheeses, local seafood and so much more. www.facebook.com/KeyWestArtisanMarket.
Virtual Film Chat – The Fort Myers Film Festival presents Thank God for Indie Mondays (T.G.I.M.) online at 7 p.m. every Monday with host Eric Raddatz. Enjoy screenings of films under consideration for the annual festival and banter with special guests. www.facebook.com/fortmyersfilmfestival/.
Between Two Palms – The Studios of Key West presents Between Two Palms, a series of intimate conversations with art and theater luminaries every Wednesday at 6 p.m. These conversations will be led by Studios Artistic Associate, Murphy Davis, a Key West/ New York stage director and former Artistic Director of the Bay Street Theater. This week, view a live stream discussion and Q&A with Tonya Pinkins, who has won or been nominated for nearly every award there is in American theater. She won the Tony Award and Outer Critics Circle Award for her portrayal of Sweet Anita in “Jelly’s Last Jam.” Buy tickets for the series at tskw.org/between-two-palms/.
Martini & Munder – Jag Gallery hosts the exhibits “New Now,” new photogravure works by Carol Munder and new sculptures and monoprints by John Martini, through June 20. 1075 Duval St., Space C-23 in Duval Square, or www.jaggallery.art.
Mango Fest – The annual Key West Mango Fest has gone digital. Enjoy virtual culinary videos (posted at noon daily) and learn how to make mango cocktails (videos posted at 5 p.m. daily).
Explore the Mango Square Foot Art Show at Royal Furniture (3326 N. Roosevelt Blvd.) and the Mango Mania Virtual Vendor Village. Mango Fest runs from June 22-28. mangofestkeywest.com/.
Keys History – The Florida Keys History & Discovery Center offers Facebook live virtual visits at 1 p.m. on Mondays with Mote Marine Laboratory’s Aquarium Biologist Blake Terry. At 10 a.m. on Tuesdays and Thursdays, Discovery Center Curator Brad Bertelli features a glimpse of the museum through existing exhibits. Every other Wednesday, Bertelli hosts Cocktails with the Curator, an open question and answer hour about all things Keys history. On Field Trip Fridays, Bertelli visits a different historic site in the Upper Keys and provides a brief history lesson at 10 a.m. And if you miss one of the live events, you can always access the Discovery Center’s ever-expanding digital media offerings on-demand on its YouTube Channel (search “Florida Keys History & Discovery Center”).
Symphony Music Series – South Florida Symphony keeps the music playing by bringing the music to the community via Facebook and YouTube with its “Intermission” Music Series, featuring Thursday afternoon Livestream recital concerts, Saturday night music movie watch parties, full-length concert recordings that have never been shared with the public, messages from musicians and more. www.southfloridasymphony.org/intermission-music-series/.
Art in the Garden – The 10th annual Key West Art in the Garden is open at the Key West Tropical Forest & Botanical Garden with artistic expressions emphasizing harmony with nature. These works are earth-friendly in the selection of materials (including recycled and natural material) and themes. Sculptures by local artists accent the natural beauty of the conservation site on Stock Island through July 31, from 10 a.m.-4 p.m. seven days a week. 5210 College Road, Stock Island. www.keywest.garden/. ¦