Experience Tallahassee Festival

Experience Tallahassee Festival


Enjoy free food samples from Taste of Tallahassee vendors, network with local professionals at our career reception at the Power Plant, meet over 50 community organizations across the park, and enjoy amphitheater performances from the following local groups:

4:00 p.m. – TCC Dance
4:30 p.m. – Word of South Showcase
5:00 p.m. – Tallahassee Symphony Orchestra
5:30 p.m. – Southern Shakespeare Company
6:00 p.m. – FSU Marching Chiefs
6:30 p.m. – FAMU Showcase
8-10 p.m. – Hocus Pocus Screening

The Experience Tallahassee Festival is a partnership between FSU, TCC and FAMU to welcome students into the community, and demonstrate that Tallahassee is a great place to live, work and play – during and after college

Victim Advocate Program: Healing Neen Documentary

Eagle Care presents the Victim Advocate Program Workshop.

‘Healing Neen’ Screening and Discussion.

Healing Neen is a documentary that follows the amazing recovery of Tonier ‘Neen’ Cain from a lifetime of abuse and drug addiction to a career as a nationally-known speaker and educator on the devastation of trauma and the hope of recovery. For 19 nightmarish years, she lived on the streets, racking up 66 criminal convictions, until finally treatment for her trauma offered her a way out and up. Her story points to the consequences of untreated trauma to individuals and society at-large, including mental health problems, addiction, homelessness and incarceration.

Food will be provided.

Experience Tallahassee Festival

Experience Tallahassee Festival

Join us for a unique and collaborative experience showcasing the best of Tallahassee. Students from TCC, FAMU, and FSU are invited to connect with local organizations and vendors.

  • Student performance showcase
  • Local non-profit agency tables
  • Special vendors
  • Taste of Tallahassee
  • Free food samples for students

Come back at 6 p.m. for a free showing of Wonder Woman!

Free food, for TCC, FAMU, and FSU students with valid student ID.

Fall 2017 Diversity Week

Fall 2017 Diversity Week

Join the SLICE office for TCC’s Fall Diversity Week.

Monday, Oct. 23 | 1 – 2:30 p.m. | SU Lounge
Screening of “Different is the New Normal” and Discussion

Tuesday, Oct. 24 | 11 a.m. – 2 p.m. | SU Food Court
SLICE Connect Tuesday

Wednesday, Oct. 25 | 1 – 2  p.m. | SU Lounge
Poetry Reading and Discussion

Thursday, Oct. 26 | 1 – 2 p.m. | SU Lounge
American Sign Language Workshop

Friday, Oct. 27 | SU Ballroom
Noon – James Durbin Outreach Event: Hear ‘American Idol’ finalist James Durbin talk about life with Asperger and Tourette syndromes.
6 p.m. – James Durbin Concert

Is the U.S. Prison System a Modern Form of Slavery? 13th film Discussion Panel

Is the U.S. Prison System a Modern Form of Slavery? 13th film Discussion Panel

Join the TCC Library in viewing the film, ’13th’ From Slave to Criminal With One Amendment.

Discussion Panel with the topic, ‘Is the U.S. Prison System a Modern Form of Slavery?’ featuring following panelists:

Dr. Andrea Oliver, TCC Faculty
Dr. Edward Duggan, TCC Facutly
Mr. Mutagee Akbar, ESQ.
Mr. Chuck Hobbs, ESQ.
Mr. Edwardo Keaton
Mrs. Cyndi Evans