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Film Premiere: Florida Wildlife Corridor Expedition: Everglades to Okefenokee 

When: Sun., March 3 2013
Price: Free admission.
TampaBayHistoryCenter.org
Never mind that tired old red carpet. You can paddle to the Tampa premiere of Florida Wildlife Corridor Expedition: Everglades to Okefenokee, a film by Elam Stoltzfus. Arrive early and bring a picnic blanket or camp chairs for this outdoor celebration and film screening in Cotanchobee Park, next to the Tampa Bay History Center. Meet fellow paddlers, including Justin Riney of Expedition Florida 500 (XF500), at Davis Islands Seaplane Basin at 3:30 p.m. on Sunday to paddle together. All paddlers are required to have PFDs on board and should arrange transportation back to their cars after the film premiere. Florida Wildlife Corridor Expedition merchandise will be available for purchase, including a new photo book by Carlton Ward Jr. and DVDs of the film. Representatives from Florida conservation organizations will be on hand, and Lowry Park Zoo will have a few animal friends in attendance too! Food and refreshments will also be available if you forget to pack a picnic. And don't forget: Florida Wildlife Corridor Expedition: The Photographs of Carlton Ward Jr., will be on exhibit at the Tampa Bay History Center through May 5, and The Tampa Bay History Center exhibit halls will be open late on the evening of the film premiere. —Julie Garisto

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