Gainesville, FL. (November 4, 2022) — The Cade Museum in Gainesville, Florida is partnering with two community organizations in Alachua County to offer visitors free admission this holiday season.
“We’re excited to see friends and families gathering in person again after the difficult events of the last two years”, explained Stephanie Bailes, President and CEO of the Cade Museum. “We’re entering the 2022 holiday season inspired by the generosity of our community partners and sponsors who make these wonderful events possible.”
Members of the public have three opportunities to visit the Cade Museum for free in the month of November.
On Thursday, Nov. 10 and Sunday, Nov.13, visitors can enjoy free admission to the Cade compliments of VyStar Credit Union. VyStar is partnering with the Cade and several other arts and cultural organizations in North and Central Florida as part of their “Good is everywhere” celebration. For more information and to register, visit vystarcu.org/goodiseverywhere
On Saturday, Nov.19, the Alachua County Farm Bureau will once again partner with the Cade Museum for the annual Food and Agricultural Festival. Admission to the Cade Museum is free during the event and attendees will have the opportunity to learn more about the importance of farmers and agriculture in our community.
Additional events scheduled at the Cade Museum for the 2022 Holiday Season include:
· Dec 16 - Cade After Dark Wine and Jazz Night: Enjoy a relaxing evening of wine, live jazz music from Gosia and Ali, snacks, and a cash bar to add to the fun.
· Dec 31 – Spark Wonder! Launch into the New Year with a bird’s eye view of the Depot Park fireworks during this family-friendly celebration including fun activities, food, drinks, fireworks, and glow-in-the-dark dancing for revelers of all ages.
For a full list of activities visit Cademuseum/calendar.org
About the Cade Museum
The mission of the Cade Museum for Creativity and Invention in Gainesville, Florida, is to transform communities by inspiring and equipping future inventors, entrepreneurs, and visionaries. Named after Mary Cade and her husband, Dr. James Robert Cade, the lead inventor of Gatorade, the project has been spearheaded by their daughter, Phoebe Cade Miles, and her husband, Richard Miles, since 2006. They encourage the development of innovation ecosystems through the Cade Prize for Innovation, the Cade's proprietary Innovation Education learning framework, and its hands-on learning museum designed to promote the development of an inventive mindset which the Cade calls Inventivity™. The Cade believes every person should have access to the right to invent and innovate inherent in the DNA of the United States and works diligently in outreach efforts to bring this understanding to all, with an emphasis on the underserved. Visit cademuseum.org to learn more.
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