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Some of our featured courses are:

Young Entrepreneur Series: Award-Winning Film Director Alex Moy - June 13, 3:30-4:30 p.m.

Alex Moy, 18, uses award-winning video, social media skills in rapidly-growing Ocala-based business, which he expects to bring in $1 million in revenue this year. What drives young entrepreneurs like Alex? What are the opportunities in film and social media in Ocala? Learn this and more with a face-to-face discussion with Alex Moy.

Member: Free, Non-Member: $5

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A Race Between Human Ills and Research Skills - June 14, 1-4 p.m.

Bryant Shaw, Ph.D. and Ana Carr, a graduate student of the Burnett School of BioMedical Sciences in the College of Medicine at the University of Central Florida invite us to take a journey from the beginning of human diseases and their impact on human history right up to a look at the cutting-edge research for targeted therapies against various types of cancer in this joint presentation. A break, refreshments and a discussion/question and answer session round out the afternoon’s activities.

Member: $5, Non-Member: $10

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Commemorating Juneteenth: Slave Ships Emerge in Many U.S. Inner Cities Today- June 17, 2-4 p.m.

Leroy Chandler’s historical analysis of the slave ship is key to understanding the conditions of America's inner cities today. He has spent years acquiring material of the African American experience with his “museum on wheels” in Marion County. More importantly is his studied reflection of the material connecting the past of slave ships to inner cities today. Come aboard on a voyage of discovery, enlightenment, and hopefully conversion of heart and mind.

Member: Free, Non-Member: $5

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Bee School with Chappie McChesney - June 24, 9 a.m. - 4 p.m. (field trip to follow)

This class is designed to acquaint the public with just what it takes to become a beekeeper and what everyone can do to help save our pollinators. You’ll learn about how to get started in beekeeping and the costs involved. You’ll also discuss how much time it takes to be a beekeeper and some of the benefits. Explore what tools are used by beekeepers and what products you get from a beehive. What exactly are the benefits of pollination? There will be time allotted for a question and answer session with a local beekeeper.

After the classroom discussion, participants will visit the Marion County Beekeepers Club apiary after 1 p.m. (weather permitting) where the hives will be opened and there will be instructions and time for more questions during your hands-on experience. Join us for a fun and entertaining class to learn about honey bees and other pollinators and how everyone can do their part in helping to protect them.

Member: $5, Non-Member: $10

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8415 SW 80th St., Ocala, Florida 34481
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