Signature Events

ADOPT A FAMILY

Port St. Joe
JAN-MAR

Are you wanting to help a specific family/couple/individual while you are on vacation?

Phone: 850-229-7800

Details

Whether they need help landscaping, cooking meals, financial, or they just need a friend, you can support them in a variety of ways. Please give us a call so we can help you pair up with a family in need.

FRESH START @ HOME

Port St. Joe
JAN

Website: Visit Site

Details

Fresh Start @ Home will be run by a group of volunteers from our 32456 Snowbird Community, is supported by Port St Joe Strong Facebook Group and is a partnership of Junior Service League of Port St Joe. A special thank you to Mr. and Mrs. George Duren for their donation of space for this donation center! The goal of Fresh Start @ Home is to provide free furniture and household goods to individuals and families who have been effected by Hurricane Michael in 32456! The donation center will be open on a temporary basis so we need donations quickly!!
For more details about donating or volunteering, please visit the Facebook Page for Fresh Start @ Home 32456.

Location:

512 3rd Street

VOLUNTEER WITH TO YOU WITH LOVE NONPROFIT

Port St Joe
Jan-March

Volunteer opportunities in Gulf County.

Website: Visit Site

Details

Visit To You With Love Nonprofit website to select several opportunities to choose from.

ONEBLOOD DONATION DRIVES

Port Saint Joe
JAN 16FEB 7 &MAR 7

Oneblood will be stopping in Port St. Joe for to donate blood.

Website: Visit Site

Details

On January 16th & March 7th they will be parked by Frank Pate Park from 10AM to 3PM. There is a tentative schedule to have them at Windmark Beach on February 7th from 1PM- 6PM before the Winter Welcome Back Party!

Location:

Frank Pate Park

ADOPT A MILE

Port St. Joe
MAR 16 9a-11a ET

This Saturday, March 16th from 9:00 AM to 11:00 AM join us for our final Adopt a Mile.

Website: Visit Site

Phone: 850-229-7800

Details

We will begin at Secluded Dune pool and then walk south towards Seacliffs Drive. (See Photo) We understand that there may be some bigger piles in that area but we will work with what we got. The GCTDC will provide bags, a few Rakes, Safety Vest, and gloves. Anything else you wish to have to help clean up you will have to bring on your own.

Call Adrianne for any help 850-229-1647

Location:

Seacliffs Drive- March 16th

PARKS BEAUTIFICATION PROJECT

Port St. Joe
MAR 21 9-11 AM

Our last Park Beautification will be on March 21st at 9:00 AM.

Website: concierge@visitgulf.com

Phone: 850-229-7800

Details

Geroge Core Park is one of the most used parks in Gulf County and we want to see it fully recover. There will be an Easter Egg Hunt for local kids in the park in April. There is still lots of trash debris, large sticks, and branches that need to be cleaned up.
GCTDC will provide bags, a few Rakes, Safety Vest, and gloves. Anything else you wish to have to help clean up you will have to bring on your own.

Please consider coming out and helping!

GULF COUNTY, FLORIDA WELCOME BACK RECEPTION

PORT ST. JOE
FEB. 7, 2019 4:30PM -7PM

We want to welcome you back to Gulf County with a reception!

Website: Visit Site

Phone: (850) 229-7800

Details

We are so excited to have our loyal Winter Visitors coming back to stay with many of our vacation rental companies for the season. We will be scaling down our reception but still will have a great time. Come and say hello to the TDC Staff and your friends. We would love to give you all a big hug! Our reception will be held at the Windmark Town Hall and Art Center.

Please note that we have moved this event to the first Thursday in February

Location:

99 Goodmorning Street, WindMark Beach

COASTAL CLEAN-UP

PORT ST JOE
MAR 9th

Sponsored in part by Coastal Conservation Association.

Details

Use your kayak or boat to get on St. Joseph Bay to pick up debris. More information on the event to come!

December

ANNUAL CHRISTMAS FARMER’S MARKET

Port St. Joe
December 8th, 2018

Come to enjoy Downtown Port St. Joe on a beautiful Saturday morning.

Website: Visit Site

Details

The market will run from 9:00 AM to 3:00 PM ET. There will be all types of vendors as well as some Christmas Carols!

January

BINGO AT JOHN C GAINOUS VFW POST

HIGHLAND VIEW

Weekly Bingo!

Details

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

Location:

1776 Trout Ave Highland View 32456

ADOPT A FAMILY

Port St. Joe
JAN-MAR

Are you wanting to help a specific family/couple/individual while you are on vacation?

Phone: 850-229-7800

Details

Whether they need help landscaping, cooking meals, financial, or they just need a friend, you can support them in a variety of ways. Please give us a call so we can help you pair up with a family in need.

FRESH START @ HOME

Port St. Joe
JAN

Website: Visit Site

Details

Fresh Start @ Home will be run by a group of volunteers from our 32456 Snowbird Community, is supported by Port St Joe Strong Facebook Group and is a partnership of Junior Service League of Port St Joe. A special thank you to Mr. and Mrs. George Duren for their donation of space for this donation center! The goal of Fresh Start @ Home is to provide free furniture and household goods to individuals and families who have been effected by Hurricane Michael in 32456! The donation center will be open on a temporary basis so we need donations quickly!!
For more details about donating or volunteering, please visit the Facebook Page for Fresh Start @ Home 32456.

Location:

512 3rd Street

FIRST UNITED METHODIST CHURCH CARE CLOSET AT THE STAC HOUSE

PORT ST JOE

Would you like to volunteer on a weekly basis?

Details

The First United Methodist Chuch Care Closet at the Stac House are in need for Volunteers for Sorting Tuesday and Wednesday 9-4, Volunteers for when it is open to the public to shop are Thursday and Friday 9-4. Saturday 9-12.

Location:

610 8th Street, Port St. Joe, Fl

CAPE SAN BLAS POLAR PLUNGE

Cape San Blas-Cape Palms Park
JAN. 1, 2019 10:00 AM

Ring in the new year by washing 2018 off in the Gulf, at the third annual Polar Plunge on Cape San Blas.

Details

Ring in the new year by washing 2018 off in the Gulf, at the third annual Polar Plunge on Cape San Blas.

LIBRARY TUESDAY AT TWO- BRIEFING ON HURRICANE MICHAEL

Port Saint Joe
JAN. 8, 2 PM

Learn about what is happening following the major Category 4 Hurricane that hit the area in October of 2018—and how you can help in the recovery from this devastating storm

Website: Visit Site

Phone: 850-229-8879

Details

Our first speaker, Warren Yeager, will address the impact of the storm and also the county’s progress and plans in regard to the aftermath of Michael. Beginning in 2019 winter guests and other visitors to Gulf County will have the opportunity to participate in a number of activities to help the area rebuild following Hurricane Michael. Dubbed “Voluntourism” the Tourist Development Council has organized experiences for those wishing to take part. During Kelli Godwin’s presentation, you will learn about ways for our winter community to contribute while in the area.

Location:

100 Library Drive

LIBRARY TUESDAYS AT TWO- KEEPING BEES

Port Saint Joe
JAN 15, 2019

Many of our everyday food sources depend on pollinators such as honey bees--but what do we really know about our busy friends?

Website: Visit Site

Phone: 8520-229-8879

Details

Daphney Glass from Sweet Lips Honey will share her knowledge about caring for honey bees — including interesting facts about their Queen. We’ll discover how honey is made and what it takes to make a teaspoon of the sweet nectar. Daphne became a Head Beekeeper, or Apiarist, when she was looking for a new direction in life and has found peace while working a honey bee hive. Just like storms, keeping honey bees looks like a lot of chaos, but there truly is a calming effect that happens during an inspection.

Location:

100 Library Drive

ONEBLOOD DONATION DRIVES

Port Saint Joe
JAN 16FEB 7 &MAR 7

Oneblood will be stopping in Port St. Joe for to donate blood.

Website: Visit Site

Details

On January 16th & March 7th they will be parked by Frank Pate Park from 10AM to 3PM. There is a tentative schedule to have them at Windmark Beach on February 7th from 1PM- 6PM before the Winter Welcome Back Party!

Location:

Frank Pate Park

9TH ANNUAL OYSTER COOK-OFF

APALACHICOLA
JAN. 19-18, 2019

Welcome to the Annual Oyster Cook-Off to benefit the Apalachicola Volunteer Fire Department!

Website: Visit Site

Details

The event is held every year on the Friday and Saturday before Martin Luther King, Jr. Day in downtown Historic Apalachicola at Riverfront Park. All proceeds go directly towards paying for the brand new fire truck they were able to purchase a few years ago, due to this sole fundraising event!

You can check out a full schedule of events on the website.

Location:

Downtown Apalachicola 32320

FORGOTTEN COAST SEA TURTLE CENTER CLEAN UP DAY

Port St. Joe
JAN 19, 2019 9 AM - 12 PM

We need your help to make our new location sparkle!

Details

Join us with your work gear and elbow grease; refreshments provided! PLEASE RSVP at sjpturtlepatrol@gmail.com

Location:

1001 Tenth Street

The UKULELE ORCHESTRA OF ST. ANDREWS

Port St. Joe
JAN. 19, 2019

Come join us for music and fun!

Website: Visit Site

Phone: 850-229-8879

Details

This concert is free to the public, but seating is limited.

Location:

110 Library Drive

LIBRARY TUESDAY AT TWO – FISHING IN GULF COUNTY

Port Saint Joe
JAN. 22, 2019

You may—or may not—be surprised to learn that 90% of the fish are located in 10% of the water, and 10% of the fisherman catch 90% of the fish!

Website: Visit Site

Phone: 850-229-8879

Details

Increase your odds of a better catch with tips from Captain Phil Cox on where to fish and the mental aspects of fishing. As a bonus, Captain Phil will share his favorite recipes for cooking up your catch.

Location:

100 Library Drive

APALACHICOLA BUTTS & CLUCKS COOK OFF

Apalachicola
JAN 26-27, 2019

We would like to announce the Apalachicola Bay Chamber of Commerce’s newest event. The Butts & Clucks Cook-off on the Bay.

Details

This event has been sanctioned by the Florida BBQ Association and is now a regional championship BBQ Cook-off with the winner moving on to the Jack Daniels Championship with over $10,000 in prizes to be awarded.

The event will be held on January 26th and 27th in Battery Park in Apalachicola.

Location:

Battery Park

ADOPT A MILE

Port St. Joe
MAR 16 9a-11a ET

This Saturday, March 16th from 9:00 AM to 11:00 AM join us for our final Adopt a Mile.

Website: Visit Site

Phone: 850-229-7800

Details

We will begin at Secluded Dune pool and then walk south towards Seacliffs Drive. (See Photo) We understand that there may be some bigger piles in that area but we will work with what we got. The GCTDC will provide bags, a few Rakes, Safety Vest, and gloves. Anything else you wish to have to help clean up you will have to bring on your own.

Call Adrianne for any help 850-229-1647

Location:

Seacliffs Drive- March 16th

LIBRARY TUESDAY AT TWO – KOKEDAMA WORKSHOP

Port Saint Joe
JAN. 29th, 2019

What is Kokedama you say? A quick Google search will tell you that it is a ball of soil, covered with moss, on which an ornamental plant grows.

Website: Visit Site

Phone: 850-229-8879

Details

The idea has its origins in Japan, where it is a combination of the bonsai and kusamono planting styles. This “hands on” workshop is led by members of the Garden Club of Port St. Joe. After the session, you will walk away with your very own planting to take home and enjoy—but don’t forget to water it!

Location:

100 Library Drive

PARKS BEAUTIFICATION PROJECT

Port St. Joe
MAR 21 9-11 AM

Our last Park Beautification will be on March 21st at 9:00 AM.

Phone: 850-229-7800

Details

Geroge Core Park is one of the most used parks in Gulf County and we want to see it fully recover. There will be an Easter Egg Hunt for local kids in the park in April. There is still lots of trash debris, large sticks, and branches that need to be cleaned up.
GCTDC will provide bags, a few Rakes, Safety Vest, and gloves. Anything else you wish to have to help clean up you will have to bring on your own.

Please consider coming out and helping!

JUNIOR SERVICE LEAGUE 10TH ANNUAL CHILI COOK-OFF & FAMILY BAZAAR

Port St. Joe
JAN 25, 2020

Come out to enjoy a fun day by St. Joseph Bay!

Details

The Junior Service League of Port St. Joe will be hosting the 10th annual Chili Cookoff and Family Bazaar Saturday January25th. The event will include chili cookoff competition, local vendors, music, kid's activities, bake sale, cake walk, and 50/50 raffle.

🌶 Interested in sponsoring the event or registering a chili cook off team? Email jslpsj@gmail.com 🌶

This event is a fundraiser for our many community service projects supporting Gulf County children and families, including our Holiday Shopping trip, which purchased clothing essentials such as jackets, shoes, socks and underwear for nearly 150 PSJ and Wewa Elementary children in need last year. Thank you for your support!

Location:

117 Sailor's Cove

February

BINGO AT JOHN C GAINOUS VFW POST

HIGHLAND VIEW

Weekly Bingo!

Details

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

Location:

1776 Trout Ave Highland View 32456

ADOPT A FAMILY

Port St. Joe
JAN-MAR

Are you wanting to help a specific family/couple/individual while you are on vacation?

Phone: 850-229-7800

Details

Whether they need help landscaping, cooking meals, financial, or they just need a friend, you can support them in a variety of ways. Please give us a call so we can help you pair up with a family in need.

FIRST UNITED METHODIST CHURCH CARE CLOSET AT THE STAC HOUSE

PORT ST JOE

Would you like to volunteer on a weekly basis?

Details

The First United Methodist Chuch Care Closet at the Stac House are in need for Volunteers for Sorting Tuesday and Wednesday 9-4, Volunteers for when it is open to the public to shop are Thursday and Friday 9-4. Saturday 9-12.

Location:

610 8th Street, Port St. Joe, Fl

ONEBLOOD DONATION DRIVES

Port Saint Joe
JAN 16FEB 7 &MAR 7

Oneblood will be stopping in Port St. Joe for to donate blood.

Website: Visit Site

Details

On January 16th & March 7th they will be parked by Frank Pate Park from 10AM to 3PM. There is a tentative schedule to have them at Windmark Beach on February 7th from 1PM- 6PM before the Winter Welcome Back Party!

Location:

Frank Pate Park

ADOPT A MILE

Port St. Joe
MAR 16 9a-11a ET

This Saturday, March 16th from 9:00 AM to 11:00 AM join us for our final Adopt a Mile.

Website: Visit Site

Phone: 850-229-7800

Details

We will begin at Secluded Dune pool and then walk south towards Seacliffs Drive. (See Photo) We understand that there may be some bigger piles in that area but we will work with what we got. The GCTDC will provide bags, a few Rakes, Safety Vest, and gloves. Anything else you wish to have to help clean up you will have to bring on your own.

Call Adrianne for any help 850-229-1647

Location:

Seacliffs Drive- March 16th

PARKS BEAUTIFICATION PROJECT

Port St. Joe
MAR 21 9-11 AM

Our last Park Beautification will be on March 21st at 9:00 AM.

Phone: 850-229-7800

Details

Geroge Core Park is one of the most used parks in Gulf County and we want to see it fully recover. There will be an Easter Egg Hunt for local kids in the park in April. There is still lots of trash debris, large sticks, and branches that need to be cleaned up.
GCTDC will provide bags, a few Rakes, Safety Vest, and gloves. Anything else you wish to have to help clean up you will have to bring on your own.

Please consider coming out and helping!

2019 SALTAIR FARMERS’ MARKETS

PORT ST. JOE
FEB. 2, 2019 8 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

Details

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

CLASSICAL GUITARIST PETER FLETCHER

Port St. Joe
FEB 2, 2019

Classical guitarist, Peter Fletcher, will be performing at the Corinne Costin Gibson Memorial Public Library! http://www.peterfletcher.com/

Website: Visit Site

Phone: 850-229-8879

Details

This free concert is sponsored by the Friends of the Library. Peter Fletcher has graciously offered to share half of his CD sales with the Friends!

Location:

110 Library Drive

LIBRARY TUESDAY AT TWO- RUM RUNNERS & MOONSHINERS IN OLD FLORIDA

Port Saint Joe
FEB. 5th, 2019

'Rumrunners and Moonshiners of Old Florida' is an adventurous tale about real people during one of the most compelling moments in the state's history.

Website: Visit Site

Phone: 850-229-8879

Details

Our presenter, author Robert Buccellato, will tell us the stories of the times: about crooked sheriffs aiding local shiners, a variety of period cocktail recipes, more than one hundred rare images, stories of the temperance movement and sea battles between rumrunners and the coast guard. Discover the methods used to make shine and transport smuggled booze—including an insider’s knowledge on the vast network of local bootlegging. PLUS he will reveal a heretofore unknown secret: there is now physical evidence that Mobster Al Capone was a frequent visitor in the panhandle.

Location:

100 Library Drive

GULF COUNTY, FLORIDA WELCOME BACK RECEPTION

PORT ST. JOE
FEB. 7, 2019 4:30PM -7PM

We want to welcome you back to Gulf County with a reception!

Website: Visit Site

Phone: (850) 229-7800

Details

We are so excited to have our loyal Winter Visitors coming back to stay with many of our vacation rental companies for the season. We will be scaling down our reception but still will have a great time. Come and say hello to the TDC Staff and your friends. We would love to give you all a big hug! Our reception will be held at the Windmark Town Hall and Art Center.

Please note that we have moved this event to the first Thursday in February

Location:

99 Goodmorning Street, WindMark Beach

SUNSET CELEBRATION @ CAPE PALMS PARK

Cape San Blas
FEB 10th, 5:30-7:00 PM

Sunset Celebration- Feb 10th 5:30-7PM Cape Palms Park Come enjoy a sunset celebration!

Phone: 850-229-7800

Details

We will have a warm fire as well as Saxophonist Tony Chapman serenading you as the sun goes down. Feel free to bring coolers, chairs, blankets etc. Thank you to Scallop Cove for providing firewood.

Location:

Cape Palms Park

23RD ANNUAL FORGOTTEN COAST CHEFS SAMPLER

APALACHICOLA
FEB. 10, 2019 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

CAPE SAN BLAS TOUR OF HOMES-EVENT CANCELED

Cape San Blas
FEB. 16th, 10AM - 2PM

Enjoy looking through many beautiful homes on Cape San Blas.

Details

This is an open house event. You can stroll through several newer homes seeing eclectic coastal designs. More information will be announced soon!

LIBRARY TUESDAY AT TWO – FUTURE OF ST. JOSEPH STATE PARK

Port Saint Joe
FEB. 19TH, 2019

Hurricane Michael created two “islands” in the State Park on the St. Joe Peninsula thanks to a breach that joins the gulf and the bay.

Website: Visit Site

Phone: 850-229-8879

Details

What is the environmental impact of the storm on the park and the species, many of which are endangered, who reside there? Through a slideshow of photographs, you’ll see the destroyed campgrounds and picnic area at the park and also get a briefing on the status of the construction work and projected opening for day-use. The speaker will outline the daily dynamics of the breach in the park, as well as the condition of the dunes in the campgrounds section of the park.

Location:

100 Library Drive

MARDI GRAS BARKUS PARADE

APALACHICOLA
FEB. 23, 2019 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

Website: Visit Site

Phone: (850) 670-5064

Details

TThis year’s theme is FURRY TAILS DO COME TRUE so fairy tale, nursery rhyme and fantasy characters of all kinds as well as, of course, all the Disney princesses will be roaming the streets of Apalachicola for a day of fun and bon temps for the benefit of the animals of the Forgotten. 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 can register to participate in the parade on the day of the parade at Riverfront Park. Registration to walk in the parade is $5.00 per person or $20 per golf cart. Pets are free, of course!

Proceeds from the day’s events go to support area animal shelters and rescues.

Location:

Downtown Apalachicola Apalachicola 32320

LIBRARY TUESDAY AT TWO – HURRICANE OF THE CENTURY: 1844

Port Saint Joe
FEB. 26TH, 2019 2:00 PM

Up to now perhaps the most infamous storms to hit the area would be the two catastrophic hurricanes that hit the area in September of 1844--dealing the final blow to the abandoned city of Old St. Joseph.

Website: Visit Site

Phone: 850-229-8879

Details

Through his presentation, history buff Kesley Colbert will tell us about the storms and pay homage to those from our past who created the St. Joe of today from the old doomed city of the 19th Century and help us gain a better “sense of history” of our beloved community.

Location:

100 Library Drive

LIBRARY TUESDAY AT TWO – SECRET LIFE OF TURTLES

Port Saint Joe
FEB. 12TH, 2019

Gulf County is home to more sea turtles than anywhere else in Northwest Florida and they play important ecological, cultural, and economic roles in our area.

Website: Visit Site

Phone: 8520-229-8879

Details

During the presentation, we'll learn why sea turtles are good for us and what we can do to help them.
Jessica Swindall has served as Volunteer Coordinator for the St. Joseph Peninsula Turtle Patrol since 2010 and was a founding board member of the Florida Coastal Conservancy and Forgotten Coast Sea Turtle Center.

Location:

100 Library Drive

March

ADOPT A FAMILY

Port St. Joe
JAN-MAR

Are you wanting to help a specific family/couple/individual while you are on vacation?

Phone: 850-229-7800

Details

Whether they need help landscaping, cooking meals, financial, or they just need a friend, you can support them in a variety of ways. Please give us a call so we can help you pair up with a family in need.

FIRST UNITED METHODIST CHURCH CARE CLOSET AT THE STAC HOUSE

PORT ST JOE

Would you like to volunteer on a weekly basis?

Details

The First United Methodist Chuch Care Closet at the Stac House are in need for Volunteers for Sorting Tuesday and Wednesday 9-4, Volunteers for when it is open to the public to shop are Thursday and Friday 9-4. Saturday 9-12.

Location:

610 8th Street, Port St. Joe, Fl

ONEBLOOD DONATION DRIVES

Port Saint Joe
JAN 16FEB 7 &MAR 7

Oneblood will be stopping in Port St. Joe for to donate blood.

Website: Visit Site

Details

On January 16th & March 7th they will be parked by Frank Pate Park from 10AM to 3PM. There is a tentative schedule to have them at Windmark Beach on February 7th from 1PM- 6PM before the Winter Welcome Back Party!

Location:

Frank Pate Park

ADOPT A MILE

Port St. Joe
MAR 16 9a-11a ET

This Saturday, March 16th from 9:00 AM to 11:00 AM join us for our final Adopt a Mile.

Website: Visit Site

Phone: 850-229-7800

Details

We will begin at Secluded Dune pool and then walk south towards Seacliffs Drive. (See Photo) We understand that there may be some bigger piles in that area but we will work with what we got. The GCTDC will provide bags, a few Rakes, Safety Vest, and gloves. Anything else you wish to have to help clean up you will have to bring on your own.

Call Adrianne for any help 850-229-1647

Location:

Seacliffs Drive- March 16th

PARKS BEAUTIFICATION PROJECT

Port St. Joe
MAR 21 9-11 AM

Our last Park Beautification will be on March 21st at 9:00 AM.

Phone: 850-229-7800

Details

Geroge Core Park is one of the most used parks in Gulf County and we want to see it fully recover. There will be an Easter Egg Hunt for local kids in the park in April. There is still lots of trash debris, large sticks, and branches that need to be cleaned up.
GCTDC will provide bags, a few Rakes, Safety Vest, and gloves. Anything else you wish to have to help clean up you will have to bring on your own.

Please consider coming out and helping!

FORGOTTEN KREW PRESENTS MARDI GRAS PARTY

PORT ST JOE
MARCH 5, 5:30 PM

Mardi Gras Party at The Haughty Heron

Details

The parade begins on Reid Ave at 5:30 from there keep enjoying the party at The Haughty Heron. Food from Bite Me Deli and music from J.D. Zydeco until midnight!

PORT ST. JOE GAREDEN CLUB KOKEDAMA WORKSHOP

Port St. Joe
MAR 7, 5-7 PM

Have you ever wondered how to plant a floating or vertical garden?

Website: Visit Site

Details

If so, or you just want a fun evening out with friends come join the Port St. Joe Garden Club March 7th from 5:00PM to 6:30PM for the Kokedama workshop. Kokedama is the Japanese art of wrapping roots in a natural blanket of soil and moss instead of a pot. Kokedama balls are beautiful, whimsical and fun. The workshop will be held at the Garden Center located at 216 8th Street. Please sign up for the workshop via facebook or email at psjgardenclub@gmail.com. The price for the workshop is $10. Sign up today and leave March 7th with your very own living

Admission:

$10

Location:

216 8th Street

LIAR’S CHALLENGE @ THE HAUGHTY HERON

PORT ST. JOE
MAR 8, 6-7:30

Who is the best LIAR on the Coast?

Phone: 850-527-4671

Details

Fish Tales? Tall Tales? Bear Tales? Tell them all at the Haughty Heron on March 8th. Monetary prizes to the top 3 stories! Emcee by Pat Neese and Special Guest Appearance by Robyn Rennick

Location:

117 Sailor's Cove

COASTAL CLEAN-UP

PORT ST JOE
MAR 9th

Sponsored in part by Coastal Conservation Association.

Details

Use your kayak or boat to get on St. Joseph Bay to pick up debris. More information on the event to come!

JUNIOR SERVICE LEAGUE ANNUAL GALA

PORT ST. JOE
MAR. 9, 2019 6PM -10PM

This event has been moved to April 27th. If you are interested in going call Adrianne at 850-229-1647

Details

BLUES IN THE LOT

Port St. Joe
MAR. 22 & 23rd

The Gulf County Chamber of Commerce presents a weekend of Blues Music at Blues in the Lot 2019!

Website: Visit Site

Details

March 22nd and 23rd in Downtown Port St. Joe. Friday night spend an evening with Brett Wellman and the Stone Cold Blues Band. Doors open at 6, 5 dollar cover

Saturday, beginning at noon, enjoy 5 blues acts including Brandon Santini, vendors, Award Winning BBQ, and Sidewalk Sales.

Location:

Port St. Joe

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

Gourmet Chef Now: Cooking Classes and Date Nights!

Haughty Heron: live entertainment Friday and Saturday evenings

St. Joe Bar & Package: pool tournaments every Wednesday, NFL Sunday Ticket

Scallop RePUBlic: , Live music 7-10 Thursday-Saturday

Bridge at FUMC: Mondays 1 pm in the Great Hall at First United Methodist Church. Call Diana to reserve a seat to play. 810-338-4830