March at 621 Gallery opened on First Friday with two exhibits: MUDLARK REPORT, a multi-media solo exhibition by Analog Analogue, 621’s Resident Artist collective (www.analoganalogue.org)


In the Nan Boynton Gallery: ONE MILLION BONES, a display of 18,000 bones created in Tallahassee for the national One Million Bones anti-genocide campaign (www.onemillionbones.org). Thurs-Sun, 1-5pm, March 1-30


Analog Analogue will be holding free clothing repurposing workshops on weekends throughout the month.


March 16: Science Saturday at Railroad Square, 1-5pm; Family Day at the Square, with FREE workshop for kids and families at 621 2-4pm


March 17: 621 Salon, literary readings organized by Apalachee Review, 4-6pm, FREE


March 28: Art Happy Hour, 5-7pm. Drop by and meet the artists, have a drink and a last look at the current exhibitions.

Come check out these exciting events!

Gallery hours: Thursday – Sunday, 1-5pm