Hosted by the Saint Leo women’s basketball team. Held in the Marion Bowman Activities Center. Open to youth ages 4-14, the camp will include games and activities, such as basketball, baseball, crafts and swimming. Campers are to bring their lunch; and those planning to go in the pool should bring a bathing suit, towel and sunscreen.
Price:$40 for first child ($10 family discount for additional children). Early drop-off and late pick-up rate is $10 per hour.
The workshop is geared to help those struggling with the grief of losing a loved one. Led by hospice counselors and chaplains, each workshop will include discussion of loved ones and favorite holiday traditions, learning how to address and work through grief, and creating a holiday craft project.
Celebrate the season as the Dade City Symphony performs favorite holiday tunes. Featuring guest vocalist Jennifer Regal Ferguson.
The Smithsonian Institution traveling exhibit explores the professions and the people that sustain American society and traces changes that have affected the workforce and work environments over the past 150 years. Remains on display through March 18. Included with museum admission.
Price:$8, $6 seniors, $4 age 6-18, 5 and younger free.
The Osceola Tavern has only been around since 1999, but the building it's in has been a Dade City fixture since the 1890s, and was a saloon at least as far back as 1910. Classic rock jukeboxes, live music on weekends and a whole mess of folks who don't feel like heading to Hillsborough for a good time -- that, as they say, is real.
Under twinkling lights hung year-round and the staring eyes of exotic stuffed game, Kafe Kokopelli offers one-of-a-kind ambiance for lunch and dinner in downtown Dade City. The menu spans quesadillas, ribs, pork chops and baked Italian dishes, plus delicious appetizers like Memphis nachos, white chicken chili, fried green tomatoes and a house salad dressing to drool for. The Stag Bar -- yes, it has antlers -- has top-shelf liquor, flat-screen TVs and fancy daily specials.