Cuban Pathways at the Tampa Bay History Center
All Month Long
Taíno Indians, enslaved Africans, Chinese laborers and pastel-wearing U.S. tourists all traveled to and from Cuba over the last 500 years. Their experiences and labors made the largest island in the Caribbean a hub of the modern Atlantic World. Cuban Pathways tells the stories of these individuals and more, whose toil, vacations and political crusades shaped the island’s modern history.
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July 4th Boat Parade and Fireworks on the Tampa Riverwalk
Monday, July 4th, 4 p.m. - 10 p.m.
Celebrate July 4th with Friends of the Riverwalk as they host the 2nd Annual July 4th Boat Parade and Blessing of the Fleet. Boats will be decked out in red,…
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