Area Events

St. George Island Events

 

Lantern Making Workshops: 9/23/2017

AREAS: Carrabelle & Dog Island

The Carrabelle Lighthouse Association will once again be offering their very popular Lantern-Making Workshops with Delores and Lauren. Past year’s lanterns have included colorful paper lanterns, wrought iron looking lanterns cleverly made from boxes, and even 3 ft tall lanterns that were working replicas of the St. George Island Lighthouse! Materials, instruction and hands on help will be provided at each workshop. Participants will be able to explore their creative side and personalize their lantern to make it uniquely their own.  At the end of the workshop, attendees will go home with their own lovely, finished lantern. The 2017 workshop schedule: 

  • Saturday, September 23, 1-4:30 pm
  • Saturday, September 30, 1-4:30 pm
  • Saturday, October 7, 1-4:30 pm

Participants are then encouraged to bring their glowing creation to the Lantern Fest birthday celebration for the Crooked River Lighthouse on Saturday, October 21, from 6-10 pm. Details on the types of lanterns to be made at the workshops will be posted on the Crooked River Lighthouse’s Facebook page at https://www.facebook.com/CrookedRiverLighthouse/.

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Tony Partington: 9/29/2017

AREAS: Carrabelle & Dog Island

“Fly Me To The Moon” Presented at Rio Carrabelle at 8 pm. As our Pre-Season Opener, Tony Partington and his friends will be delighting you with Jimmy Van Heusen & Sammy Cahn songs! Let's Get Re-Acquainted with an All Star House Band Jam Afternoon.

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National Estuaries Day: 9/29/2017

AREAS: Eastpoint

The Apalachicola National Estuarine Research Reserve (ANERR) will celebrate National Estuaries Day on Friday, September 29, in Eastpoint, Florida. Activities will include dozens of free, fun and educational activities for kids and adults including marine animal touch tanks, and estuary-themed games. The Sea Turtles of the Forgotten Coast exhibit will demonstrate what a sea turtle nest might look like, and show videos of nesting sea turtles and hatchlings! Attendees can also tour the ANERR’s impressive 5,400 square foot Nature Center with its three large aquariums filled with local estuarine and marine life, an 80-foot long mural depicting the area ecosystems, and a hands-on Bay Discovery Room.

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Workin' on the Railroad: 9/30/2017

AREAS: Carrabelle & Dog Island

The Carrabelle History Museum is featuring another fascinating talk about the railroad industry on Saturday, September 30 from 10 am to noon at the upstairs meeting room of the C-Quarters Marina.  The program will focus on the time when trains brought in hundreds of visitors to our coast and shipped out seafood, lumber and naval stores throughout the country. Nelson Martin from the Sopchoppy Railroad Depot Museum has much to tell about the booming industries brought here by the railroads during the turn of the century. A special feature of this program will be musician and folklorist Frank Lindamood who knows many songs that reflect the lives of the working class people of those times. Don't miss this special free program!

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Photographer Workshops: 9/30/2017

AREAS: Apalachicola

Workshop 1

A Photographer’s Eye: How To See And Capture Photographs In The World Around Us.
Join photographer Charlie Sawyer for a walk around downtown Apalachicola and the waterfront. He’ll share his techniques for seeing potential photographs in the environment, and then share the technical knowledge necessary to capture the images in ways that show them in their best light. Charlie will demonstrate how to select the best angle, compose the shot, and which camera settings you should use to get the most out of any digital camera. Bring any digital camera, with fully-charged batteries and plenty of available memory. From 9:30-11:30 a.m.

Workshop 2

Reproducing Paintings: How To Produce High-Quality Digital Photographs Of Your Paintings.
Photographer Charlie Sawyer will demonstrate how to position artwork, lighting, and the camera to get high-quality reproductions of paintings. Charlie will show you which of your camera’s settings you should use to get the most faithful reproduction of your artwork. Indoor and outdoor techniques will be demonstrated. Charlie will also demonstrate how to resize the images for various purposes, such as Giclee prints, contest submissions, and posting on the web. Bring any digital camera, with fully-charged batteries and plenty of available memory. From 1:30-3:30 p.m.

Cost: $35 each workshop. Maximum 15 participants per workshop. Tickets available at https://squareup.com/store/on-the-waterfront-gallery.

About Charlie Sawyer: he is a retired leadership development facilitator, instructional designer, and educator. He is an award-winning fine art photographer and an amateur singer-songwriter. You can find Charlie on Facebook and LinkedIn. And visit Charlie’s European travel blog, 1700Somewhere.com. Charlie lives with his wife in Apalachicola, Florida, USA. Visit Charlie’s website at:https://charliesawyer.com/

 

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Photographer Workshop: 10/1/2017

AREAS: Apalachicola

Basic Photo Editing: How To Use Any Photo Editing Software To Make Your Photos Look Better.
Photographer Charlie Sawyer will demonstrate how to process and prepare any photographs you have taken, to make them look their best. He’ll start out with the basic tools that are freely available on any computer (and on the web), and then demonstrate some advanced techniques that come with more sophisticated programs like PhotoShop. From 1:30 – 3:30 p.m.

Cost: $35 each workshop. Maximum 15 participants per workshop. Tickets available at https://squareup.com/store/on-the-waterfront-gallery or call 850-653-9699 to register in advance. 

About Charlie Sawyer: he is a retired leadership development facilitator, instructional designer, and educator. He is an award-winning fine art photographer and an amateur singer-songwriter. You can find Charlie on Facebook and LinkedIn. And visit Charlie’s European travel blog, 1700Somewhere.com. Charlie lives with his wife in Apalachicola, Florida, USA. Visit Charlie’s website at:https://charliesawyer.com/

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Full Moon Climb: 10/5/2017

AREAS: St. George Island

The St. George Lighthouse will host a full moon climb October 5 from 7-8:30 pm. Climb to the top of the Cape St. George Light to watch the sunset and the rise of the full moon. The Sunset/Full Moon Climb includes light hors d'oeuvres and a sparkling cider toast to the full moon.  Cost is $15 for the general public and $10 for members of the St. George Lighthouse Association.

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PINKOUT : 10/6/2017

AREAS: St. George Island

This local breast cancer awareness event has grown to be a popular annual fall event on St. George Island. The October 6 PINK OUT festivities begin at 6 pm at Paddy's Raw Bar and will feature a silent auction, live music, food and fun!

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Estuary Class : 10/6/2017

AREAS: Eastpoint

Do you know what an estuary is and why it is so vital to our economy and way of life? Join the Apalachicola National Estuarine Research Reserve on Friday, October 6, 12:00-4:00pm to explore the estuary we depend on. Participants will learn about the habitats and creatures that make up our estuary and how the river and bay are intricately connected.  We will see these habitats up close aboard the Reserve’s research vessel the Henry Lee. The workshop will be based out of the Apalachicola National Estuarine Research Reserve, 108 Island Drive, Eastpoint, FL 32328.  The class is $25.00. Please register in advance.

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Paddlejam: 10/6/2017

AREAS: Apalachicola, St. George Island

The fall version of the Apalachicola Paddlejam festival will be held October 6-8 in Apalachicola and on St. George Island. This three day festival celebrates the Forgotten Coast through paddle sports, music and food. The highlight of the event will be an attempt by paddlers to break the world record for the largest floating kayak raft. New this fall will be a paddling fishing tournament. 

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Whatever Floats Your Boat Regatta: 10/7/2017

AREAS: Carrabelle & Dog Island

On October 7th, 2017 at the FSUCML from 12PM-3PM. Build and race a boat made out of recycled materials. Prizes for winners will be given out.

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Art & Wine Splash: 10/7/2017

AREAS: St. George Island

The St. George Island Business Owners Association will host its annual Art and Wine Splashon Saturday, October 7. The event will feature an art show and wine tasting.

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Battle of The Bay: 10/8/2017

AREAS: Carrabelle & Dog Island

Please come and join us on Saturday, October 7 and Sunday, October 8, 2017, for an open field event at the St. James Bay Golf Resort. The 2017 Battle at the Bay features a two-day, two-player team event, discounted Practice Rounds, daily Proximity Contests, optional daily Skins Game, a Saturday afternoon Individual Shootout, and more. Competitors

will enjoy exciting golf on the challenging, meticulously maintained Golf Course at St. James Bay, tee gifts, great prizes and outstanding southern hospitality.

Your assistance in growing the Battle at the Bay is greatly appreciated. Please share these entry forms with all of your golfing buddies, business associates and club members, display them on community information boards. The more the merrier – everyone is welcome!

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Oysters 101: 10/13/2017

AREAS: Eastpoint

Come learn about the famous bivalves of Apalachicola Bay! This class offered by the Apalachicola National Estuarine Research Reserve will teach you all about the role that oysters play in the health of Apalachicola Bay. Discover what makes the bay so ideal for growing oysters, what gives our oysters their distinct flavor, and how oyster bars benefit the ecosystem. After spending some time in the classroom, participants will get the chance to walk along an oyster bar, and look at its inhabitants under a microscope. This class is full of opportunities to learn more about the animals that live in our bay and along the tidal flats. Registration is required and the cost is $25 per person. Visit to register. The class will meet at the Apalachicola National Estuarine Research Reserve, in the upstairs classroom at 108 Island Drive, Eastpoint FL 32328. Participants need to bring socks or their own fishing waders.

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Farmers Market: 10/14/2017

AREAS: Apalachicola

Farmer's Market at Scipio Creek from 9 am till 1 pm. on the second and fourth Saturday of each month.  Apalachicola Farmers' Market features  high-quality produce, seafood and locally- produced goods directly to the people of Apalachicola and provides a place for the fishermen, farmers, and artisans of the community to sell their products.

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Murder at the Gibson Inn: 10/20/2017

AREAS: Apalachicola

Original Murder Mystery Opens Season

Panhandle Players presents Murder at the Gibson Inn: An Oyster City Mystery, an original play written and directed by Royce Rolstad, III. The play will open the community theatre's 2017-2018 season and make its world debut at the Chapman Auditorium in Apalachicola, October 20, 21 at 7:30 pm, and October 22 at 3:00 pm. 

Rolstad's first full length play reveals a riveting plot of murder and mayhem in this fictionalized (but possibly true) depiction of some of the ghosts thought to haunt Apalachicola's historic Gibson Inn. How did they become ghosts? Did they pass peacefully in their sleep, or did a dastardly deed do them in? 

Tickets are $15, and may be purchased online at panhandleplayers.com or at the door one hour before curtain.

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Lantern Fest: 10/21/2017

AREAS: Carrabelle & Dog Island

Come celebrate the birthday of one of Franklin County’s oldest maritime landmarks. Carrabelle Lighthouse Association presents Lantern Fest at the 1895 Crooked River Lighthouse, 1975 HWY 98 West in Carrabelle Beach. Shipwreck tales, amazing dancers & musicians, glowing lanterns, great local food and night time tower climbs bring magic and history together. ALWAYS THE 4TH WEEKEND IN OCTOBER.

 

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Bay-Friendly Landscaping: 10/27/2017

AREAS: Eastpoint

The Apalachicola National Estuarine Research Reserve will be hosting a bay friendly landscaping workshop on Friday, October 27, 1:00-3:30 pm. Yard design and maintenance can have a big effect on adjacent water bodies. Participants in the workshop will learn about resources to help them transform their yard into a luscious bay conscious landscape. The class will also feature innovative Green Infrastructure techniques such as rain gardens, green roofs, and bio-swales. Following the discussion portion of the workshop participants will have the option, for a small fee, to assemble their own rain barrel that they can take home. The workshop will be held at the Apalachicola National Estuarine Research Reserve. The class is free, but rain barrels are $20.00 per barrel.

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Open House Band Jam: 10/28/2017

AREAS: Carrabelle & Dog Island

Open House Band Jam at Rio Carrabelle-3 pm-7 pm. A number of popular local musicians will be playing all afternoon culminating in a jam session. This performance will be a once in a lifetime opportunity to see & enjoy these musicians playing together.... Free hot dogs and hamburgers will be on the grill..bring your own beverage or enjoy one of ours! $5 donation to cover expenses!

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Ghostwalk: 10/28/2017

AREAS: Apalachicola

Hauntings will abound at Apalachicola's Chestnut Street Cemetery on Saturday, October 28 when local history enthusiasts don the garb and take on the persona of the cemetery's more notable inhabitants to tell their tale of life in Apalachicola more than 100 years ago.  The Ghostwalk will be held 6:30-8:30 pm. at the Chestnut Street Cemetery on Hwy 98 in Apalachicola.

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Autos & Oysters : 10/28/2017

AREAS: Apalachicola

The Autos and Oysters Car Show on Saturday, October 28, 2017 will be held on Water Street from 10:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. Admission is free and open to the public. The Cars will be judged by a team headed by J.C. O’Steen of Tallahassee. Awards will be given for the Top 50, Best of Show, Club Participation, Greatest Distance Travelled, and Sponsor’s Choice. Awards will be presented at 4:00 p.m. Registration begins at 9:00 a.m. and ends at noon. The cost to enter your car is $20.

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Farmers Market: 10/28/2017

AREAS: Apalachicola

Farmer's Market at Scipio Creek from 9 am till 1 pm. on the second and fourth Saturday of each month.The Apalachicola Farmers' Market features  high-quality produce, seafood and locally- produced goods directly to the people of Apalachicola and provides a place for the fishermen, farmers, and artisans of the community to sell their products.

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Apalachicola Oyster Roast : 11/3/2017

AREAS: Apalachicola

Love oysters? Don't miss the annual Downtown Oyster Roast on November 3rd,  6-9 pm in  Apalachicola. This enchanting event, sponsored by the Apalachicola Bay Chamber of Commerce, will feature roasted oysters, oysters on the half shell, creamy artichoke, oyster and thyme soup, fresh local shrimp and more. Dine under the stars next to the Apalachicola River. 

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Florida Seafood Festival: 11/4/2017

AREAS: Apalachicola

The 54th Annual Florida Seafood Festival kicks off in Apalachicola November 3-4. Heralded as the State’s oldest maritime event, this annual fall classic is a celebration of the Franklin County commercial seafood industry. The Florida Seafood Festival promises to feature delicious seafood, arts and crafts exhibits, seafood related events and musical entertainment including recording artist Jerrod Niemann.

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“All Girl” Songwriters in the Round Performance: 11/17/2017

AREAS: Carrabelle & Dog Island

“All Girl” Songwriters in the Round performance at 8pm. Rio Carrabelle is delighted to host this “first”.  Alligator Point resident, Susan David, will be hosting this exciting evening that includes first time performers at Rio Carrabelle, Mimi Hearns and Rachel Hillman bringing us their original songs and stories!

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Oysters 101: 11/17/2017

AREAS: Eastpoint

Come learn about the famous bivalves of Apalachicola Bay! This class offered by the Apalachicola National Estuarine Research Reserve will teach you all about the role that oysters play in the health of Apalachicola Bay. Discover what makes the bay so ideal for growing oysters, what gives our oysters their distinct flavor, and how oyster bars benefit the ecosystem. After spending some time in the classroom, participants will get the chance to walk along an oyster bar, and look at its inhabitants under a microscope. This class is full of opportunities to learn more about the animals that live in our bay and along the tidal flats. Registration is required and the cost is $25 per person. Tickets available on . The class will meet at the Apalachicola National Estuarine Research Reserve, in the upstairs classroom at 108 Island Drive, Eastpoint FL 32328.

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Tom Mason & the Blue Buccaneers : 12/8/2017

AREAS: Carrabelle & Dog Island

Tom Mason & the Blue Buccaneers Return to Carrabelle at 8 pm. With an all new swashbuckling Christmas pirate show, these pirates are no strangers to our Port O' Carrabelle! Join us for this enchanting evening!

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Estuary Class : 12/8/2017

AREAS: Eastpoint

Friday, December 8, 12:00-4:00pm Do you know what an estuary is and why it is so vital to our economy and way of life? Join the Apalachicola National Estuarine Research Reserve on Thursday, December 9, 12:00-4:00pm to explore the estuary we depend on. Participants will learn about the habitats and creatures that make up our estuary and how the river and bay are intricately connected.  We will see these habitats up close aboard the Reserve’s research vessel the Henry Lee. The workshop will be based out of the Apalachicola National Estuarine Research Reserve, 108 Island Drive, Eastpoint, FL 32328.  The class is $25.00. Please register in advance.

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Estuary Class: 12/9/2017

AREAS: Eastpoint

Do you know what an estuary is and why it is so vital to our economy and way of life? Join the Apalachicola National Estuarine Research Reserve on Thursday, December 9, 12:00-4:00pm to explore the estuary we depend on. Participants will learn about the habitats and creatures that make up our estuary and how the river and bay are intricately connected.  We will see these habitats up close aboard the Reserve’s research vessel the Henry Lee. The workshop will be based out of the Apalachicola National Estuarine Research Reserve, 108 Island Drive, Eastpoint, FL 32328.  The class is $25.00. Please register in advance.

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Jingle Jog : 12/9/2017

AREAS: Carrabelle & Dog Island

The Jingle Jog Carrabelle 5k Run/Walk starts and ends at Franklin County Senior Center. All participants will get a yummy PANCAKE BREAKFAST after the race! Extra breakfast tickets will be available for $5 in advance or at the door.
Entry fee $20 early/ $25 late and includes a short sleeve shirt and breakfast. T-shirts are guaranteed to pre-registered participants only. Some shirts will be available on race day until they run out. 8:00am 5k start  8:30am Breakfast starts.
Top male and female runners will receive a fun prize. 

Early registrations can be mailed to BeLinda Wharton, c/o Franklin Co Senior Center, 201 NW Ave F, Carrabelle, FL 32322. Make check payable to: Tate’s Hell and Back 5k Benefit Fund. Proceeds benefit the Senior Center.

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INCONCERT: 12/10/2017

AREAS: Apalachicola

Ilse Newell Fund For The Performing Arts presents Bay Area Choral Society, performing Apalachicola Trinity Episcopal Church at 4pm.

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Living Shorelines: 12/12/2017

AREAS: Eastpoint

Coastal erosion is a natural process caused by currents, wave action, wind, storms and even boat wakes. The traditional methods used to harden the shoreline like seawalls and rip rap can often increase coastal erosion and remove the ability of the shoreline to carry out natural processes. The Apalachicola National Estuarine Research Reserve (ANERR) will host a workshop on Living Shorelines on Tuesday, December 12th, 2017, 2:00-4:00 pm for residents and homeowners. The workshop will discuss living shorelines vs. harden shorelines, how to evaluate a shoreline by considering the physical factors such as wave energy, prevailing wind and wave direction, vegetation, and soil type, and present living shoreline methods, materials, permitting, and share success stories of local living shorelines. We will also look at types of plants to plant and visit a local living shoreline. The lecture is free.

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THE CURRYS: 1/5/2018

AREAS: Carrabelle & Dog Island

THE CURRYS at Rio Carrabelle at 8 pm. Need I say any more...The Currys are our own Forgotten Coast Treasure!

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The Muscle Shoals Singer / Songwriter Series: 1/12/2018

AREAS: Carrabelle & Dog Island

The Muscle Shoals Singer / Songwriter Series at 8 pm. Hosted by Donny Lowery is Rio Carrabelle's newest continuing series. Muscle Shoals is known for recording many hit songs from the 1960s to today and the music from the area is often referred to as the "Muscle Shoals Sound"! 
Donny has more than 100 songs recorded by country artists!

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INCONCERT: 1/12/2018

AREAS: Carrabelle & Dog Island

Ilse Newell Fund For The Performing Arts presents Jazz at Rio Carrabelle January 12, 2018 at 7:30pm.

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INCONCERT: 1/14/2018

AREAS: Apalachicola

The Ilse Newell Fund For the Performing Arts will have a performer on January 14, 2018 at the Apalachicola Trinity Episcopal Church at 4pm.

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INCONCERT: 1/19/2018

AREAS: Carrabelle & Dog Island

The Ilse Newell Fund For the Performing Arts presents a Jazz performance at Rio Carrabelle starting at 7:30pm, on January 19, 2018.

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INCONCERT: 1/21/2018

AREAS: Apalachicola

The Ilse Newell Fund For the Performing Arts will have a performer on January 21, 2018 at the Apalachicola Trinity Episcopal Church at 4pm.

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INCONCERT: 1/28/2018

AREAS: Apalachicola

The Ilse Newell Fund For the Performing Arts will have a performer on January 28, 2018 at the Apalachicola Trinity Episcopal Church at 4pm.

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The Sarah Mac Band: 2/3/2018

AREAS: Apalachicola

While the DIXIE's 20th Season was the last "proper season", we'll still be producing events throughout the year, this one being one of the most important as the Sarah Mac Band closes the book on their incredible collaboration after 12 years together. We want to celebrate our favorite band by giving them an appropriate send-off...At 6 PM Up the Stairs will host a Wine Tasting with delectable Hors d'oeuvres in the Theatre's Orchestra area. At 7:30 the Tasting ends and wine selections may be purchased, while we ready the stage for the "Dixie House Band's" final performance at 8 PM. While we're all so very sad to see this talented Trio call it a day, we certainly understand turning the page on a new chapter. Please join us on Saturday February 3 for a one of a kind event.
 

Reserved Tickets are $50, while supplies last, and available a 3 locations.

Dixie Theatre at 21 Avenue E, 850.653.3200,
Up the Stairs at 76 Market Street, 850.653.4888
or OYSTERBONES® at 58 Market Street, 850.653.9144

Don't miss your chance to experience this monumental event.

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INCONCERT: 2/9/2018

AREAS: Carrabelle & Dog Island

The Ilse Newell Fund For the Performing Arts presents a Jazz performance at Rio Carrabelle starting at 7:30pm, on Febuary 9, 2018.

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Mardi Gras Barkus Parade: 2/10/2018

AREAS: Apalachicola

Mystic Krewe of Salty Barkers is excited to present the 8th annual Apalachicola Mardi Gras Barkus Parade on Saturday, February 10, 2018 in downtown Apalachicola at 1:00 pm. This year’s theme is BourBone Street Blues so we’ll be celebrating all the fun and frolic of traditional Mardi Gras. We invite you to come out and enjoy the furry family-friendly street parade and festival. Be part of the fun - dress up yourself, your dog, even your bicycle or golf cart! You may just want to come and catch beads.

The festivities will start at 11:00 am at Riverfront Park with live entertainment from the Apalachicola Blues Authority, the Lofty Pursuits Marching Band, and other local bands as well as dog agility demonstrations and performances by local dancers and second line groups. There will be a wide variety of hometown food and beverage vendors offering local

seafood and Cajun treats. Area artisans will be selling their creations as well as specialty beads, Mardi Gras finery, and homemade dog products. Regional non- profit organizations will share their missions at the festival in unique ways. You won't want to miss the pair of real, live Baymaids, Doofy, the rescue pelican, and the Fishy Fashion Show preview.

The King and Queen of Apalachicola's Mardi Gras are always shelter animals who are ready for a forever home. As always, they will have a place of honor in the parade.

The parade begins at intersection of Avenue E and Water Street turning onto Commerce Street then circling back to Water Street, ending at Riverfront Park for the post parade party.
Registration for walkers is $5.00 per person or $25 per golf cart. Pets are free, of course! Krewe membership is open now and they will be accepting new members on the day of the parade as well.

In the tradition of the Salty Barker Krewe, profits from the parade will be donated to help care for the animals of the Forgotten Coast of Florida. Beneficiaries have included the Franklin County Humane Society, the

Florida Wild Mammal Association and the Apalachicola Dog Park. We greatly appreciate the support of the local businesses and families who sponsor the Krewe in its tradition of charity and service to animals. Lassiez Les BONE Temps Rouler!

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INCONCERT: 2/16/2018

AREAS: Carrabelle & Dog Island

The Ilse Newell Fund For the Performing Arts presents a Jazz performance at Rio Carrabelle starting at 7:30pm, on Febuary 16, 2018.

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INCONCERT: 2/18/2018

AREAS: Apalachicola

The Ilse Newell Fund For the Performing Arts will have a performer on Febuary 18, 2018 at the Apalachicola Trinity Episcopal Church at 4pm.

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INCONCERT: 2/23/2018

AREAS: Carrabelle & Dog Island

The Ilse Newell Fund For the Performing Arts presents a Jazz performance at Rio Carrabelle starting at 7:30pm, on Febuary 23, 2018.

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INCONCERT: 2/25/2018

AREAS: Apalachicola

The Ilse Newell Fund For the Performing Arts will have a performer on Febuary 25, 2018 at the Apalachicola Trinity Episcopal Church at 4pm.

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The Flea Bitten Dawgs: 2/25/2018

AREAS: Carrabelle & Dog Island

The Flea Bitten Dawgs from St. Louis Return at 4 pm. Bringing Ukulele Jazz Americana to Carrabelle.  This is NOT your typical ukulele show! Swing, blues and ballads from the 30's right up to modern gems, this is a treat no other musical instrument can match! 

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INCONCERT: 3/1/2018

AREAS: Apalachicola

Ilse Newell Fund For The Performing Arts presents BACS, performing Apalachicola Trinity Episcopal Church at 4pm.

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Tocamos Mas: 3/23/2018

AREAS: Carrabelle & Dog Island

Tocamos Mas Returns to Carrabelle at 8 pm. A fun evening of Mambo, Merengue, Bolero and Cha Cha! Get your dancing shoes on as Tocamas Mas transforms Carrabelle into little Havana!

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The Muscle Shoals Singer / Songwriter Series: 4/27/2018

AREAS: Carrabelle & Dog Island

The Muscle Shoals Singer / Songwriter Series at 8 pm. Hosted by Donny Lowery is Rio Carrabelle's newest continuing series.  Muscle Shoals is known for recording many hit songs from the 1960s to today and the music from the area is often referred to as the "Muscle Shoals Sound"! 
Donny has more than 100 songs recorded by country artists!

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28th Annual Carrabelle Riverfront Festival: 4/28/2018

AREAS: Carrabelle & Dog Island

The 28th Annual Carrabelle Riverfront Festival will be held the weekend of April 28, 2018 along the beautiful Carrabelle Harbor in downtown Carrabelle, FL. The Carrabelle Riverfront Festival is a fabulous street festival that celebrates Carrabelle’s culture, history and natural wonders with colorful arts & craft vendors; educational folk life hands-on demonstrations; wonderful maritime activities, like the touch tanks from the Gulf Specimen Marine Lab; unique children’s fun like pirate camp; delicious local seafood vendors and traditional fair foods; wonderful, festive music; and amazing live entertainment – like the now famous Fishy Fashion Show. Admission to this family friendly and pet friendly event is FREE and open to the public.

 

 

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