Presented by the Hernando Computer Club, the training is for those who wish to assist in the effort to find a cure for the Zika virus. Club members are volunteers for World Community Grid and are donating their device's spare computing power to help scientists find a cure. Participants need to leave their computers on over night so World Community Grid can crunch the numbers.
Open to the public, dinner includes choice of baked or fried fish, fried shrimp or an alternative meat, as well as mashed potatoes or steak fries, vegetable or cole slaw, salad, corn muffin, dessert and coffee or tea. Alcoholic drinks available for purchase in the Command Post Bar & Grill.
The music group will perform songs from their new album, Walking in a Memory, celebrating the Greatest Generation and 90-years of doo wop, pop and rock and soul. A portion of CD sales will benefit the Caryl Haring Memorial Scholarship Fund, created in memory of Caryl Haring, mother of Cynthia Haring, singer/songwriter.
Price:Tickets are $15, includes CD; children ages 18 and younger, $5 when accompanied by a parent.
Learn how to recognized bark and ambrosia beetles that can wreak havoc on large trees, and what you can do to protect your trees.