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Tarot Readings With Brian Ravens

NOMA Gallery 939 North Magnolia Ave, Ocala, FL

High Priest Brian Ravens from Salem Massachusetts will be offering 15 minute psychic readings for $20 at NOMA Gallery on October 6th, from 6pm - 8pm. Please scan the QR code or to register. Please note, purchases must be made in person.


Halloween Films

Marion Theatre 50 S Magnolia Ave., Ocacla, FL

Through the month of October, audiences can expect "Spooky" film programming for audiences of all ages and cinematic appetites.


Science Matters Exhibit

Discovery Center 701 NE Sanchez Ave., Ocala, FL

Use the scientific method to discovery properties of solids, liquids, gasses and plasma. Get hands-on and see why "Science Matters". This exhibit is sponsored by Ocala Electric Utility, Marion Rotary Duck Derby, Duke Energy and Fun4 Ocala Kids.


Free First Saturday Hispanic Heritage Festival

Appleton Museum of Art 4333 East Silver Springs Boulevard, Ocala, FL

Free admission + Big Lee's BBQ food truck from 11am-2pm - Special events in combination with Hispanic Heritage Month.


Ink and Art

NOMA Gallery 939 North Magnolia Ave, Ocala, FL

On October 1st, Noami and Jessie from Alchemy Tattoo will be celebrating their show "Natura" along with photographer Preston Ballard, by doing a live tattoo event at NOMA Gallery. Sessions are only $135 an hour and we have pre designed tattoos specially created for the...


Scrib-Scrabs Closing Reception

8th Ave. Gallery 1531 Northeast 8th Avenue, Ocala, FL

Closing reception for Jordan Shapot's solo show at 8th Ave Gallery. Enjoy libations, music and good vibes.


Gallery Exhibit

Fort King Presbyterian Church 13 NE 36th Ave., Ocala, FL

Work of five artists will be exhibited within The Hope House at Fort King Presbyterian Church, 13 NE 36th Ave., Ocala, FL. The show entitled - "Hope for the Ocklawaha" includes photography, mural work, wildlife illustrations and sculpture. For small group tours email - [email protected]


Alan Youngblood Photographer Talk: Tales of the Ocklawaha River

Fort King Presbyterian Church 13 NE 36th Ave., Ocala, FL

Youngblood has photographed so many stories of the Ocklawaha River from the impacts of a tropical storm, the explosion of invasive aquatic weeds, fish tales of old, the plight of the bait shops, and more. Hear the stories behind his dramatic photos.