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‘Key West: 200 Years of History & Culture’ Doc World Premiere

Key West Art & Historical Society, filmmaker Michael J. Kirk, and Tropic Cinema are hosting a free picnic-style world premiere of the first ever documentary on the history of Key West at the new Parade Grounds adjacent to the Society’s Fort East Martello Museum

Starting with the Native American inhabitants, the film considers the many years of successes, series of migrations, hardships, and natural disasters that have shaped this incredible and resilient city during the last two centuries. Attendees may bring blankets, lawn chairs, and coolers to relax under the stars and enjoy the film. No public parking is available at the venue, and it is urged that attendees ride bicycles, use ride share, or plan alternative transportation.

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April 15, 2022
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Website: /exhibitions/keywest200


Fort East Martello Museum
3501 S. Roosevelt BLVD
Key West, FL 33040 United States
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