Signature Events

GULF COUNTY TOUR OF HOMES

PORT ST. JOE
FEB. 20, 2018 9AM -11AM

Have you ever wondered what other vacation rental homes looked like?

Phone: (850) 229-7800

Details

Have you ever wondered what other vacation rental homes looked like? Well now is your chance! Hop on a trolly and see several different homes.
We will meet at the Port St. Joe Marina. This tour will go to locations all over Gulf County.

There will be signups for this event but they will not begin until the first of February.

Location:

Port St. Joe Marina 340 Marina Dr. Port St. Joe 32456

SUNSET CRUISE

PORT ST. JOE
MAR. 4, 2018 4PM -6PM

Hop aboard the Fish'n Xpress to watch the sun sink down over St. Joseph Bay!

Website: Visit Site

Phone: (850) 229-7800

Details

Hop aboard the Fish'n Xpress to watch the sun sink down over St. Joseph Bay!

Winter sunsets are always a sight to see and what better way to see a sunset than to be on the water? 25 spots are available for this excursion and although no coolers are allowed there are refreshments and snacks available for sale on board.

$3.00 Bud Light and Budweiser
Natural Lite $2.00
Sodas and snacks $1.00

So grab your camera for this amazing experience and fun time with friends.

Sign-Ups will begin February 19th

Location:

340 Marina Dr. Port St. Joe 32456

December

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January

BINGO AT JOHN C GAINOUS VFW POST

HIGHLAND VIEW
JAN. 2 5:30PM -7:30PM JAN. 1, 2018 5:30PM -7:30PM JAN. 8, 2018 5:30PM- 7:30PMJAN. 9, 2018 7:30PM JAN. 15, 2018 5:30PM - 7:30PM JAN. 22, 2018 5:30PM - 7:30PM JAN. 29, 2018 5:30PM - 7:30PM

Weekly Bingo!

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Weekly Bingo! The fun begins at 5:30 PM and continues until 7:30 PM. Jackpots range in amounts but can reach up to $250!

Location:

1776 Trout Ave Highland View 32456

LIBRARY WINTER SPEAKER SERIES- PROTECTING AND PRESERVING OUR NATURAL COMMUNITIES

PORT ST. JOE
JAN. 23, 2018 2PM -3PM

Joseph Mitchell, Park Service Specialist, Department of Environmental Protection, St. Joseph Peninsula State Park

Phone: (850) 229-8879

Details

Joseph Mitchell, Park Service Specialist, Department of Environmental Protection, St. Joseph Peninsula State Park
St. Joseph Peninsula is home to many native plants and animals that are a vital part of our environment. Our presenter, who has cared for the natural and cultural resources on the Peninsula for 28 years, will update us about the endangered species found on St. Joseph Peninsula—including beach mice and turtles—and the protective measures designed to preserve them. He’ll also review how erosion affects the beach dunes found on St. Joseph Peninsula, what people can do to protect these natural communities and the importance of “leave no trace” for future generations.

Location:

100 Library Drive Port St. Joe 32456

GOURMET CHEF NOW WINTER COOKING CLASSES

SIMMONS BAYOU
JAN. 25, 2018 6PM -8PM

01/25 "Roll with it Sushi & Nigiri"

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Phone: (850) 229-1203

Details

01/25 "Roll with it Sushi & Nigiri" - Made three ways, fun interactive class. Inside-Out Spicy Tuna Roll with Special Sauce, Shrimp Nigiri, Vegetable Sushi. The trick to sushi is the rice. Once you know how to make the rice you are good to go. Fresh, simple and flavorful, sushi is the heart of Japanese cuisine - and one of the few meals you can make entirely with your hands.

Location:

1520 State Road 30A Simmons Bayou 32456

PANHANDLE PLAYERS 2017-2018 SEASON

APALACHICOLA
JAN. 26, 2018 7:30PM -9PM JAN. 27, 2018 7:30PM -9PM JAN. 28, 2018 3PM -5PM

The Forgotten Coast's Community Theatre presents plays throughout the season!

Website: Visit Site

Phone: (850) 629-8680

Details

The Forgotten Coast's Community Theatre presents plays throughout the season!
First starting with Jones, Hope & Wooten's Christmas Belles on December 1st, 2nd, (7:30 PM) & 3rd (3:00 PM)

Then Katerine DiSavino's Nana's Naughty Nickers on January 26th, 27th (7:30 PM) & 28th (3:00 PM) and February 9th, 10th (7:30 PM) & 11th (3:00)

Finally, they finish with Ira Levine's Death Trap on March 9th, 10th (7:30 PM) & 11th (3:00 PM)

Admission:

$15

Location:

12th & Hwy 98 Apalachicola 32320

LIBRARY WINTER SPEAKER SERIES- TELLING A STORY THAT MATTERS: A MEMOIR WORKSHOP

PORT ST. JOE
JAN. 30, 2018 2PM -3PM

Dr. Milinda Jay Stephenson, Asst. Professor, Florida State University-Panama City

Phone: (850) 229-8879

Details

Dr. Milinda Jay Stephenson, Asst. Professor, Florida State University-Panama City
As a professor of Creative Writing and a published novelist, Milinda is always in search of how to hone her craft and pass her knowledge on to others. Her talk will show that story—not literary brilliance—is at the heart of fiction and non-fiction that sells and how you can learn to incorporate your family stories into a memoir

When her family-story-turned-fiction novel was published in 2016 by Mercer University Press, Annie Laura’s Triumph was chosen as one of the top “7 Mother’s Day Reads for the Literary Mom” by Parade Magazine. The second part of the trilogy, Annie Laura’s Gift will be released in January, 2019

Location:

100 Library Drive Port St. Joe 32456

February

Artery Frit Classes

Port St. Joe
February 1st & 22nd

Learn the fun technique of "painting" on glass using frit (granulated glass). You will choose a design to reproduce on a 5.75"x5.75" piece of glass. Use as a trivet or display on a wooden stand (your choice). Glass and firing included. Cost of class is $25. Please sign up by calling 850-229-1647 2 weeks prior to the event beginning at 9:00 AM January 18th begins sign-ups for February 1st, and February 8th begins sign-ups for February 22nd.

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GOURMET CHEF NOW WINTER COOKING CLASSES

SIMMONS BAYOU
FEB. 2, 2018 6PM -8PM

*02/02 Date Night – “A Feast fit for Royalty”

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Phone: (850) 229-1203

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*02/02 Date Night – “A Feast fit for Royalty”. Crispy Pork Belly, Shrimp Bisque, Quail with Orange Coffee Gastric over wild rice, and Carrot Cake.

Location:

1520 State Road 30A Simmons Bayou 32456

2018 SALTAIR FARMERS’ MARKETS

PORT ST. JOE
FEB. 3, 2018 9AM -6PM FEB. 10, 2018 9AM -6PM

Take a morning stroll Downtown Port St. Joe the 1st and 3rd Saturdays and you’ll be treated with fresh seasonal produce from...

Phone: (404) 906-2637

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Take a morning stroll Downtown Port St. Joe the 1st and 3rd Saturdays and you’ll be treated with fresh seasonal produce from local farmers, regional vegetables, fruit, Gulf seafood, meat, cheeses and breads that are all ready for your table at the SaltAir Farmers’ Market! Handmade arts, crafts, jewelry, pottery and gifts highlight the market’s offerings with live music and fresh air.

Location:

City Commons Park Corner of Reid Avenue and Hwy 17 Port St. Joe 32456‎

BINGO AT JOHN C GAINOUS VFW POST

HIGHLAND VIEW
FEB. 5, 2018 5:30PM -7:30PM FEB. 12, 2018 5:30PM -7:30PM FEB. 19, 2018 5:30PM -7:30PM FEB. 26, 2018 5:30PM -7:30PM

Weekly Bingo!

Phone: (850) 229-6926

Details

Weekly Bingo! The fun begins at 5:30 PM and continues until 7:30 PM. Jackpots range in amounts but can reach up to $250!

Location:

1776 Trout Ave Highland View 32456

LIBRARY WINTER SPEAKER SERIES- ARTIFICIAL REEFS OF BAY AND GULF COUNTY

PORT ST. JOE
FEB. 6, 2018 2PM -3PM

Bob Cox, President and Carol Cox, Treasurer, Mexico Beach Artificial Reef Association

Phone: (850) 229-8879

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Bob Cox, President and Carol Cox, Treasurer, Mexico Beach Artificial Reef Association
The seafloor off Bay and Gulf Counties has a vast flat sand bottom with very few natural reefs. Artificial reefs can mimic natural reefs where marine organisms grow and create habitat for marine life as well as important conservation of marine resources for commercial and recreational use. During their talk Bob and Carol will share the fascinating work of the Mexico Beach Artificial Reef Association, an organization of volunteers and citizen scientists managing our local artificial reef program. You’ll discover what artificial reefs are and how they are created as well as the diversity and abundance of marine life that resides on the reef. In addition, the speakers will outline the importance of reefs in conservation, ecology and the economy of Bay and Gulf County.

Location:

100 Library Drive Port St. Joe 32456

GOURMET CHEF NOW WINTER COOKING CLASSES

SIMMONS BAYOU
FEB. 8, 2018 6PM -8PM

02/08 “A taste of New Orleans”

Phone: (850) 229-1203

Details

02/08 “A taste of New Orleans”. Crawfish Etouffee. This is an inspired Creole entre served over rice.

Location:

1520 State Road 30A Simmons Bayou 32456

PANHANDLE PLAYERS 2017-2018 SEASON

APALACHICOLA
FEB. 9, 2018 7:30PM -9PM FEB. 10, 2018 7:30PM -9PMFEB. 11, 2018 3PM -5PM

The Forgotten Coast's Community Theatre presents plays throughout the season!

Phone: (850) 629-8680

Details

The Forgotten Coast's Community Theatre presents plays throughout the season!
First starting with Jones, Hope & Wooten's Christmas Belles on December 1st, 2nd, (7:30 PM) & 3rd (3:00 PM)

Then Katerine DiSavino's Nana's Naughty Nickers on January 26th, 27th (7:30 PM) & 28th (3:00 PM) and February 9th, 10th (7:30 PM) & 11th (3:00)

Finally, they finish with Ira Levine's Death Trap on March 9th, 10th (7:30 PM) & 11th (3:00 PM)

Location:

314 Reid Ave Port St. Joe 32456

WINTER BAY DAY AT ST. JOSEPH BAY BUFFER PRESERVE

PORT ST. JOE
FEB. 10, 2018

Join for this wonderful Bi-annual Shrimp Boil and Open House!

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Join us for this wonderful Bi-annual Shrimp Boil and Open House! Enjoy live music, take a free tour of the preserve, dine on a local Shrimp Boil, learn more about the Buffer Preserve and more.

Enjoy a trip through the backwoods trails of the Buffer Preserve to our Rare and Endangered Plants, Prescribed Burn Sites, and various Native Plants.

Low Country Boil $10 Donation 11:00AM-2:00PM

Location:

3915 State Road 30-A Port St. Joe 32456

MARDI GRAS BARKUS PARADE

APALACHICOLA
FEB. 10, 2018 1PM -5PM

The Mystic Krew of Salty Barkers, a parade group of dogs and their people invite you to join the Apalachicola Mardi Gras Barkus Parade

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Phone: (850) 670-5064

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The Mystic Krew of Salty Barkers, a parade group of dogs and their people invite you to join the Apalachicola Mardi Gras Barkus Parade. This years theme is BourBone Street Blues so we will be celebrating all the fun and frolic of traditional Mardi Gras. The parade, for the benefit of the animals of the Forgotten Coast, begins at 1:00 PM, winds through town, ending at a free party with live music, dancing, Cajun food, local seafood, area artisans, and all kinds of entertainment at riverside festival.

Location:

Downtown Apalachicola Apalachicola 32320

JUNIOR SERVICE LEAGUE ANNUAL GALA

PORT ST. JOE
FEB. 10, 2018 6PM -10PM

Join the JSL of PSJ for an evening of fun and festive costumes.

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Join the JSL of PSJ for an evening of fun and festive costumes. The 2018 event will be 20's themed extravaganza in the Port Theatre with Jazz, Gaming Tables, Silent Auction and more!

Stay tuned for more information about this great event that helps support women and children in Gulf County!

Location:

314 Reid Ave Port St. Joe 32456

22ND ANNUAL FORGOTTEN COAST CHEFS SAMPLER

APALACHICOLA
FEB. 11, 2018 6PM -9PM

Chefs from all over the Forgotten Coast will prepare their most creative dishes for this event, sample an array of flavors from area restaurants.

Website: Visit Site

Phone: (850) 653-9419

Details

The Apalachicola Bay Chamber of Commerce will host the 22nd Annual Forgotten Coast Chefs Sampler on Sunday, February 11, 2017, from 6:00-9:00 pm. Chef’s from all over the Forgotten Coast will prepare their most creative dishes at the historic Fort Coombs Armory located on 4th Street and Avenue D in Apalachicola. Sample an array from our area restaurants. Our talented shopkeepers and local designers give the event an extraordinary touch and add creative flair by decorating each table individually. The tables range from elegant to artistic and funky. Tickets are $60. For more information, call the Apalachicola Bay Chamber at (850) 653-9419 or email us at Execdirector@apalachicolabay.or

Admission:

$60

Location:

4th Street and Avenue D Apalachicola 32320

PETER FLETCHER FREE CONCERT AT THE PORT ST. JOE LIBRARY

PORT ST. JOE
FEB. 12, 2018 4PM -6PM

Peter Fletcher began guitar study at the age of seven under classical guitar instructor, John Sutherland.

Phone: (850) 229-8879

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Peter Fletcher began guitar study at the age of seven under classical guitar instructor, John Sutherland.
In 1980 the classical guitarist José Tomás, Andrés Segovia’s teaching assistant in Spain, held a week long
Master Class in Atlanta, GA. Peter Fletcher was the youngest student to perform in the class, playing
music by Bach and Carcassi. In December, 1983, he made his formal debut at the age of fifteen under
the auspices of The Brasstown Concert Association in North Carolina. Fletcher furthered his studies in
Master Classes with David Leisner, David Russell, Oscar Ghiglia and Pepe Romero. As a performer in the
Christopher Parkening Master Class in 1988, he was broadcast on National Public Radio (NPR). 1995 he
received the Master of Music degree from the Eastman School of Music under Nicholas Goluses, and
was twice the recipient of an Eastman Graduate Award.

Location:

110 Library Dr. Port St. Joe 32456

LIBRARY WINTER SPEAKER SERIES- RADICAL RAPTORS—ADVENTURES WITH BIRDS OF PREY

PORT ST. JOE
FEB. 13, 2018 2PM -3PM

Lynda White, Eagle Watch Coordinator (retired), Audubon Center for Birds of Prey

Phone: (850) 229-8879

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Lynda White, Eagle Watch Coordinator (retired), Audubon Center for Birds of Prey
Here’s your opportunity to learn more about raptors, Florida’s “glamour birds.” Find out about the great diversity of raptors, their place as apex predators in our environment and role as a sentinel species. You’ll be surprised to learn about Florida’s large Bald Eagle population. Who knew?

Lynda began volunteering as a docent at the Audubon Center and found a second career as an avian educator. When she retired four years ago, she and her husband moved to the Forgotten Coast where they spend as much time outdoors as possible. They also enjoy traveling and are never happier than when they are on the beach. Most of their family—including their 4 grandchildren—live in nearby Tallahassee.

Location:

100 Library Drive Port St. Joe 32456

THIRD THURSDAYS AT THE THEATRE

PORT ST. JOE
FEB. 15, 2018 6PM -9PM

The Historic Port Theatre on Reid Avenue is delighted to announce they will be hosting "Thursdays at the Theatre" starting in January of 2018.

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The Historic Port Theatre on Reid Avenue is delighted to announce they will be hosting "Thursdays at the Theatre" starting in January of 2018.

Details
The Historic Port Theatre on Reid Avenue is delighted to announce they will be hosting "Thursdays at the Theatre" starting in January of 2018.

6-7 VIP reception
7:00 performance begins
Tickets will be for sale at the Gulf Chamber of Commerce and
online at http://www.historicporttheatre.com/events.cfm

Jan 18
Tony Partington and the Recollections

Feb 15
Sinatra's "A Night at the Sands" by New York 'Sinatra" singer Jesse Posa with Big Band Performing

March 15
Go Big or Go Home ( Full Band!!)

April 26
Anna Wilson Jazz singer and her husband, Nashville Songwriter, Monty Powell

Admission:

$10

Location:

314 Reid Ave Port St. Joe 32456

GOURMET CHEF NOW WINTER COOKING CLASSES

SIMMONS BAYOU
FEB. 16, 2018 6PM -8PM

*02/16 Date Night – “The Seduction Dinner”

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Phone: (850) 229-1203

Details

*02/16 Date Night – “The Seduction Dinner”. Diver Scallop with Bacon, wilted Arugula and Lima Bean Puree, Fresh Greens with Pear, Candied Walnuts, and Blue Cheese, Osso Bucco over Chive Flecked Polenta, and Cherry Jubilee.

Location:

1520 State Road 30A Simmons Bayou 32456

GULF COUNTY TOUR OF HOMES

PORT ST. JOE
FEB. 20, 2018 9AM -11AM

Have you ever wondered what other vacation rental homes looked like?

Phone: (850) 229-7800

Details

Have you ever wondered what other vacation rental homes looked like? Well now is your chance! Hop on a trolly and see several different homes.
We will meet at the Port St. Joe Marina. This tour will go to locations all over Gulf County.

There will be signups for this event but they will not begin until the first of February.

Location:

Port St. Joe Marina 340 Marina Dr. Port St. Joe 32456

LIBRARY WINTER SPEAKER SERIES- TOP TIPS FOR IMPROVING YOUR HEALTH AND FITNESS

PORT ST. JOE
FEB. 20, 2018 2PM -3PM

Shad Smith, DHA, MBA, ATC, Program Director Sports Medicine/Community Health, Sacred Heart on the Gulf

Phone: (850) 229-8879

Details

Shad Smith, DHA, MBA, ATC, Program Director Sports Medicine/Community Health, Sacred Heart on the Gulf
Health and fitness are important parts of daily living and critical to help our ability to function. During his presentation, Shad will offer expert tips on the importance of exercise and eating healthy. He believes that you don’t have to go to the gym to improve your health, just take time to plan and incorporate exercise as part of your day.

As a long time fitness enthusiast, Shad Smith enjoys the chance to educate others about the importance of health, wellness and fitness. A native of Indiana, he now calls Mexico Beach home where he enjoys all sports—primarily tennis, volleyball and football.

Location:

100 Library Drive Port St. Joe 32456

GOURMET CHEF NOW WINTER COOKING CLASSES

SIMMONS BAYOU
FEB. 22, 2018 6PM -8PM

02/22 Coq Au Vin Blanc

Website: Visit Site

Phone: (850) 229-1203

Details

02/22 Coq Au Vin Blanc, a classic changed to today’s standards, light and fresh.

Location:

1520 State Road 30A Simmons Bayou 32456

LIBRARY WINTER SPEAKER SERIES- ONSHORE FISHING, CAST NETS & KNOTS

PORT ST. JOE
FEB. 27, 2018 2PM -3PM

Captain Phil Cox, Phil’s Charter Service

Phone: (850) 229-8879

Details

Captain Phil Cox, Phil’s Charter Service
Captain Phil Cox is living his dream. After graduating from college he quickly realized that having a job got in the way of fishing. His solution was simple: he became a professional fisherman. After 25 years as a pro bass fisherman in western Kentucky, he moved to Port St. Joe in 2010 and has been a full-time charter captain and fishing guide ever since. During this Tuesdays @ Two presentation, Captain Phil will reveal fishing secrets that can improve your success in finding and catching fish including using the right equipment (tackle, rigs, and baits); knots to know; cast net basics and knowing where to fish.

Captain Phil grew up near Huntington, WV, and attended college in Ohio where he graduated with a BS in Marketing

Location:

100 Library Drive Port St. Joe 32456

March

GOURMET CHEF NOW WINTER COOKING CLASSES

SIMMONS BAYOU
MAR. 2, 2018 6PM -8PM

*03/02 Date Night – “Spring is in the Air”

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Phone: (850) 229-1203

Details

*03/02 Date Night – “Spring is in the Air”. Roasted Asparagus wrapped with Prosciutto and served with Aioli, Vichyssoise, Crispy Duck with Fig Sauce over wilted Spinach, and Apple Crostatas.

Location:

1520 State Road 30A Simmons Bayou 32456

ST. VINCENT ISLAND WINTER TOURS

INDIAN PASS
MAR. 3, 2018 9AM -2PM MAR. 21, 2018 9:30AM - 2PM

Sit back and relax while you enjoy an open-air ride narrated by a US Fish and Wildlife (USFWS) volunteer.

Website: Visit Site

Phone: (850) 229-1065

Details

Sit back and relax while you enjoy an open-air ride narrated by a US Fish and Wildlife (USFWS) volunteer. Learn about the incredible history as well as its flora and fauna as we celebrate the 50th Anniversary of the refuge in 2018!
January 3: 50th Anniversary Tour: participants will meet historical figures from the island's past. Meet the famous and infamous people who have lived and worked on St. Vincent
Feb. 14: Share the Love on our Valentine's tour & hear from our volunteers just why they love our Refuge.
Feb. 28: Guided Tour
March 3: World Wildlife Day Tour. Meet with FSU Environmental Studies students and take short walks into little-seen areas of the Refuge as part of our tour
March 21: Guided Tour
All tours start from Indian Pass Boat ramp. The tours are not suitable for very young children or people who are unable to walk short distances in soft sand.

Admission:

$10

Location:

690 Indian Pass Road Indian Pass 32456

SUNSET CRUISE

PORT ST. JOE
MAR. 4, 2018 4PM -6PM

Hop aboard the Fish'n Xpress to watch the sun sink down over St. Joseph Bay!

Website: Visit Site

Phone: (850) 229-7800

Details

Hop aboard the Fish'n Xpress to watch the sun sink down over St. Joseph Bay!

Winter sunsets are always a sight to see and what better way to see a sunset than to be on the water? 25 spots are available for this excursion and although no coolers are allowed there are refreshments and snacks available for sale on board.

$3.00 Bud Light and Budweiser
Natural Lite $2.00
Sodas and snacks $1.00

So grab your camera for this amazing experience and fun time with friends.

Sign-Ups will begin February 19th

Location:

340 Marina Dr. Port St. Joe 32456

Shelling Trip

Veteran's Memorial Park-Beacon Hill
March 8th 10:00AM-12:00PM

Join Gulf County's shelling Guru Crystal as she takes you on a walk down the shore. She knows all about the shells in our area and cool facts about each one. This is a not to miss event! Please bring your favorite sandwich and we will provide the sides for a picnic at the park after the trip. Sign-Ups begin February 26th at 9:00 AM call 850-229-1647

Details

GOURMET CHEF NOW WINTER COOKING CLASSES

SIMMONS BAYOU
MAR. 8, 2018 6PM -8PM

03/08- "Something Fishy" Catch of the Day

Website: Visit Site

Phone: (850) 229-1203

Details

03/08- "Something Fishy" Catch of the Day. Pan seared Snapper with Preserved Lemon Sauce and Roasted Carrots. Also, we will teach you how to make homemade bread in 30 minutes.

Location:

1520 State Road 30A Simmons Bayou 32456

ST. JOSEPH BAY BUFFER PRESERVE TRAM TOUR

PORT ST. JOE
MAR. 9, 2018 9AM -11AM

On the second Friday of each month, Buffer Staff host TRAM Tours for the public.

Website: Visit Site

Details

On the second Friday of each month, Buffer Staff host TRAM Tours for the public. The tour lets you explore the Uplands with an experienced guide and provides opportunities to observe the diverse communities present at the Buffer. Tour time is 9 am to 11 am departing from the Welcome Center parking lot. Join us to learn about the history and importance of the Buffer Preserve.

Location:

3915 State Road 30-A Port St. Joe 32456

PANHANDLE PLAYERS 2017-2018 SEASON

APALACHICOLA
MAR. 11 3PM -5PM MAR. 9, 2018 7:30PM -9PM MAR. 10, 2018 7:30PM -9PM

The Forgotten Coast's Community Theatre presents plays throughout the season!

Website: Visit Site

Phone: (850) 629-8680

Details

The Forgotten Coast's Community Theatre presents plays throughout the season!
First starting with Jones, Hope & Wooten's Christmas Belles on December 1st, 2nd, (7:30 PM) & 3rd (3:00 PM)

Then Katerine DiSavino's Nana's Naughty Nickers on January 26th, 27th (7:30 PM) & 28th (3:00 PM) and February 9th, 10th (7:30 PM) & 11th (3:00)

Finally, they finish with Ira Levine's Death Trap on March 9th, 10th (7:30 PM) & 11th (3:00 PM)

Admission:

$15

Location:

12th & Hwy 98 Apalachicola 32320

Shelling Craft

Welcome Center
March 12th 10:00 AM - 12:00 PM

If you went on the Shelling Trip or if you have shells you've found on your vacation come learn how to craft them into a beautiful souvenir. Crystal from the Welcome Center will be your teacher for the day! Sign-Ups begin February 26th at 9:00 AM call 850-229-1647

Details

THIRD THURSDAYS AT THE THEATRE

PORT ST. JOE
MAR. 15, 2018 6PM -9PM

The Historic Port Theatre on Reid Avenue is delighted to announce they will be hosting "Thursdays at the Theatre" starting in January of 2018.

Details

The Historic Port Theatre on Reid Avenue is delighted to announce they will be hosting "Thursdays at the Theatre" starting in January of 2018.

6-7 VIP reception
7:00 performance begins
Tickets will be for sale at the Gulf Chamber of Commerce and
online at http://www.historicporttheatre.com/events.cfm

Jan 18
Tony Partington and the Recollections

Feb 15
Sinatra's "A Night at the Sands" by New York 'Sinatra" singer Jesse Posa with Big Band Performing

March 15
Go Big or Go Home ( Full Band!!)

April 26
Anna Wilson Jazz singer and her husband, Nashville Songwriter, Monty Powell

Admission:

$10

Location:

314 Reid Ave Port St. Joe 32456

GOURMET CHEF NOW WINTER COOKING CLASSES

SIMMONS BAYOU
MAR. 16, 2018 6PM -8PM

*03/16 - Date Night - "Guilty Pleasures"

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Phone: (850) 229-1203

Details

*03/16 - Date Night - "Guilty Pleasures". Crab Cheesecake (my favorite), Carrot Ginger Soup, Pork Medallions with Shitake Mushroom Sauce, and Wild Rice. Dessert, Chocolate Ganache Raspberry Tart.

Location:

1520 State Road 30A Simmons Bayou 32456

GOURMET CHEF NOW WINTER COOKING CLASSES

SIMMONS BAYOU
MAR. 30, 2018 6PM -8PM

*03/30 Date Night - "Welcome to Italy"

Website: Visit Site

Phone: (850) 229-1203

Details

*03/30 Date Night - "Welcome to Italy". Fresh Tomato and Mozzarella Basil Salad, Italian Sausage and Potato Soup, Veal Scaloppini with Shrimp and Brandy Cream Sauce, and, Italian Cream Cake

Location:

1520 State Road 30A Simmons Bayou 32456

Weekly Happenings

There are a lot of cool things happening in Gulf County. Here are just a few. Check out their websites for all the details on these events and more.

The Artery Studio: classes including painting, pottery and silk painting

Haughty Heron: live entertainment Friday and Saturday evenings

Lookout Lounge: karaoke and bands every Thursday and Friday, First Sundays

St. Joe Bar & Package: pool tournaments every Wednesday, live entertainment Friday and Saturday, pot luck on Sundays. NFL Sunday Ticket

Thirsty Goat: $5 Martini Mondays & Music Friday and Saturday Nights

Scallop RePUBlic: Open Mic Night Monday, Potluck & Darts Tuesday, Live music 6-9 Wednesday-Sunday