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The Science Behind Music Continues!

Visit the Cade Museum this week to learn about resonance, acoustics, electromagnetism, and more!
Upcoming Events & News
Look for us in the UF Homecoming Parade!  
Be sure to wave, clap, and cheer as we drive down University Ave from Gale Lemerand to Main Street, for the 2018 UF Homecoming Parade. Join us on Friday, November 2nd from 11:30 AM to 1:30 PM. Can’t wait to see you there! Honk Honk!
Support the Cade for the Holidays!
Museum Store Sunday is a global one-day annual shopping event on 11/25/18 where you can shop for uniquely curated gifts while supporting the mission and programming of museums and cultural institutions. The Cade Museum will be participating this year, so don't forget to stop by on November 25th!
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Ribbon Cutting Ceremony | Cotton Club Building 

In an effort to preserve the past and build the future, the Cotton Club Museum and Cultural Center is hosting a ribbon-cutting ceremony for the restoration of the old Cotton Club building. The event will be held on Monday, November 12th, at 11:00 AM at the Cotton Club Museum and Cultural Center. Don't miss this historical event!
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Little Sparks Preschool Program 

Join us each Thursday, tomorrow through November 29th, for Little Sparks. Introduce your preschooler (ages 0-4) to STEAM learning through hands-on, educational activities! Topics will change each week.  The program is included with regular admission.
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Glass that Grows
In 1969, Professor Larry Hench developed a glass that can grow with bones. His close friend and colleague, David Greenspan, helped Professor Hench develop the material into BioGlass, a product that is used in orthopedic and dental bone graft materials. David, a native of Brooklyn, wanted to be a drummer but turned to glass blowing instead. His big insight into entrepreneurship? “Never lie to yourself.”
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Volunteer Orientation
Wednesday, Nov 14th | 6 pm - 7 pm

Take the first step in becoming a volunteer by learning more about the Cade Museum's volunteer opportunities with a presentation on our volunteer program and tour of the museum.
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Field Trips!
At the Cade, we inspire students to think like an inventor by showing them how to apply core science concepts through hands - on projects. Field trips are $14 per student with a minimum of 14 students and a maximum of 30 students. Plan your field trip to the Cade today!
Group Visits!
The Cade Museum welcomes group visits Wednesday- Sunday during regular open hours. All group visits are self guided, and we offer a group admission discount to groups for 10 or more. Register your group today! 
Copyright © Cade Museum for Creativity and Invention, 2018.All rights reserved.

Our address is:
811 South Main Street, Gainesville, FL 32601

Our hours are: 
Monday: Closed
Tuesday: Closed except for Corporate Events, Corporate Training, and Field Trips
Wednesday-Saturday: 10am to 5pm
Sunday: 1pm to 5pm

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The Cade Museum for Creativity + Invention · 811 S Main St · Gainesville, FL 32601-7928 · USA