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Mar 28, 2020

Small businesses, families adjust to new normal under 'safer-at-home' order

They ventured out to let the kids play on an interactive community art project, a Candyland game made entirely out of chalk. It was created by the children's nonprofit Tribe Seminole Heights. Only one family is allowed on the board at a time to encourage people to follow the rules about staying at least six feet apart.

The family feels it's a good way to get the kids out while also practicing social distancing.

Mar 31, 2020

Tampa Bay neighborhood has a giant Candy Land chalk display families can visit

A Seminole Heights group was recently inspired by the number of families in the community taking more walks while practicing social distancing.

The nonprofit, TRIBE Seminole Heights, started their project to brighten the neighborhood at the Seminole Heights Garden Center, placing 450 pinwheels on the ground, and invited residents with a chalk message to take one for their own homes.

Sep 11, 2019

TRIBE offers affordable after school fun and in Seminole Heights

The third floor of the Seminole Heights United Methodist Church can be a busy place after school. In one room, decked out with posters of Van Morrison and the Pretenders, kids take ukulele lessons. In the next, in front of a mural of purple flowers, a parkour class is going on, where kids can learn a military-style training method that builds agility and balance.

TRIBE, a nonprofit started by Kristen Brown, opened nine months ago in Seminole Heights. It now offers about 55 after school classes, ranging from fiber arts to Pokemon, each week. It has no affiliation with the church, and everything from the wall decorations to the class instructors time has been donated. Each class costs $5.

Apr 13, 2020

Businesses, community centers convert spaces to meet demand for online learning

As school starting plans have continued to change week-to-week, some local businesses and community centers are converting spaces to accommodate the growing demand for online learning.

TRIBE Seminole Heights, located at 6111 N. Central Avenue, is outfitting its space inside a century-old church for remote learning.

The e-learning camp will offer virtual school instruction as well as activities like movement, music, yoga, and art.

Aug 7, 2020

TRIBE Seminole Heights allowing teachers to 'shop' for school supplies

A nonprofit group is working to help Tampa teachers get some much-needed supplies for the upcoming school year.

TRIBE Seminole Heights volunteers went through all of their drawers and cabinets, pulling out anything they thought might be useful to teachers either for eLearning or for in-person classrooms.

May 7, 2020

TRIBE Seminole Heights needs help bringing community together again

Tribe in Seminole Heights wants to open their doors again to families in Seminole Heights but they need the community’s support.

Tribe in Seminole Heights is a place for kids to learn art, music, legos, yoga and more with a little something for everyone.

The grassroots organization needs help getting the community space back into safe shape with hand sanitizer dispensers and a deep clean.

Aug 9, 2019

‘TRIBE Seminole Heights’ teaches coding, yoga, music and more

A new community center in Seminole Heights keeps your kids playing and learning after the dismissal bell rings. At TRIBE Seminole Heights students can drop in for karate, coding, yoga, guitar lessons and more. And the best part - each class only costs $5!

Sep 1, 2021

Espacio para actividades extracurriculares seguras en Hillsborough

Las autoridades han revelado que los casos de contrabando humano en el área de la Bahía de Tampa van en aumento.

Oct 30, 2020

From baking to yoga, TRIBE keeps kids active.

Tribe Seminole Heights is a place where children can socialize and maybe find a new creative passion as well.

Aug 21, 2019

Kids discover new activities at TRIBE

Whether it's learning music, art, or even chess, there's something for every child to discover at Tribe in Seminole Heights.

"Tribe is powered by the neighborhood, so we are a non-profit community center. we are totally led by volunteers," said founder Kristen Brown.

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