'Cuban Pathways' exhibition opens at Tampa Bay History Center in February

It opens on Feb. 11, and there are online talks, too.

click to enlarge In July 2017, Tampa skateboarders visited Cuba to build skateboards for Havana youth. - Nicole Abbett
Nicole Abbett
In July 2017, Tampa skateboarders visited Cuba to build skateboards for Havana youth.
A trip to downtown Tampa’s history center is baseline for anyone who seriously calls the Bay area home, and next month it opens "Cuban Pathways," an exhibition that tackles the complicated history of Cubans who’ve crossed back and forth between the Caribbean nation and Florida over the last half century.

A two-hour Zoom course from USF’s Osher Lifelong Learning Institute happens on Feb. 9 & 16.
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Tampa Bay History Center

801 Water Street, Tampa Downtown Tampa

(813) 228-0097

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