Florida Wildlife Corridor’s “The Forgotten Coast” to be shown on February 22 in Odessa
Pasco County Parks, Recreation, and Natural Resources is hosting part two of a cultural event in the Lectures on the Lawn series. Join us Friday, February 22, 2019, at the newly-developed Starkey Ranch District Park for a special screening of The Florida Wildlife Corridor’s “The Forgotten Coast.”
The keynote presentation for this free event will feature Mallory Dimmitt, a seventh-generation Floridian and expedition team member, who is working to raise awareness for statewide conservation. “The Forgotten Coast” is a documentary film showcasing Florida’s wildlife corridor stretching from the Everglades to the northernmost part of the Florida Gulf Coast.
Lectures on the Lawn – “The Forgotten Coast” Part Two at the Starkey Ranch District Park, located at 11880 Lake Blanche Drive in Odessa, FL 33556 on Friday, February 22, 2019 from 6:30 p.m. – 9:30 p.m.
The lawn-seating event also features live music, so bring your chairs, blankets and a picnic. For a printable flyer with complete details, including on-site food truck and local brewery offerings, click here: bit.ly/2Nb4PmC.
For more information on Lectures on the Lawn, please visit: bit.ly/2GS2dZ9. Sponsorship opportunities are available. Please call 813.929.2760 for details.
The Parks, Recreation & Natural Resource Department enhances the quality of life for all residents by providing parks and recreation facilities; managing, preserving and protecting Pasco County’s environmental lands; offering educational activities; conducting community outreach; and developing programs and opportunities for everyone to enjoy.