Posts Tagged ‘Festival’

The Fuzzy Pineapple Arts & Craft Festival

Wednesday, August 17th, 2016

TFP Fest 2016

The Fuzzy Pineapple welcomes all artists, foodies, musicians, actors, photographers, family, friends and more to join us in our 2nd annual independent art and craft festival!

Festivities will feature over 100 independent artists, both local and abroad, showcasing their best original wares. There will be live entertainment showcasing some of the most talented artists, dancers, filmmakers and performers, food, games, a scavenger hunt, and chances to win prizes!

Come out, have fun and show your support to your favorite independent artist by shopping small and encouraging the artists to continue their work! Through this festival, The Fuzzy Pineapple will be able to give a portion of the proceeds to community enrichment projects as well as youth sponsorship programs.

Fuzzy PinappleWHERE:  Aakhet Center for Human Development – 1209 Paul Russell Road, Tallahassee, Florida 32301

WHEN:  September 17th, 2016

TIME:  11am – 8pm

PURPOSE:  “The purpose of this festival is to bring awareness to the public of the many diverse, independent artists located here. It is our mission to help these artists generate enough buzz to propel them into their next level of artistic and economic growth.”

 

Spend the weekend in Tallahassee and enjoy all the sites of our State Capitol.The McFarlin House B&B Inn

The McFarlin House Bed & Breakfast Inn – Built in 1895 by tobacco grower, John McFarlin, the McFarlin House is a true Queen-Anne Victorian boasting a left-handed turret. Original stained glass windows, pocket doors, 7 fireplace mantels & pressed ceilings await you. Come expereince a by-gone era with all the modern conveniences expected. Warm, inviting hospitality awaits you in this beautifully restored, Queen-Anne Victorian bed and breakfast.

 

Jacksonville Caribbean Festival

Wednesday, July 20th, 2016

 

JACKSONVILLE CARIBBEAN

FESTIVAL

Weekend of August 13th, 2016

Jacksonville Caribbean CarnivalNot going to the Caribbean this year? No worries…come visit the Jacksonville Caribbean Festival to enjoy new experiences, celebrate and get to know all the diverse Caribbean cultures, and spoil yourself in the festivities!

The Jacksonville Caribbean Festival celebrates all Caribbean cultures with a day of live music, dancing, authentic cuisine, artists, vendors and a parade. Before heading to the festival portion of this event, grab a spot for the parade and check out the vibrant costumes, elaborate floats, and traditional dance troupes while the sounds of calypso, soca and steel drums can be heard throughout the area. Finish your day with a Caribbean-style Mardis Gras festival that doubles as an elaborate food festival showcasing the exquisite flavors and aromas of authentic Caribbean cuisine as well as Caribbean craft displays, catchy steel drum music and live performances.

For additional information click on Jacksonville Caribbean Festival . This year’s event you don’t want to miss! Make your reservations today!

Looking for an alternative to your traditional hotel stay?  Try one of the Florida Bed & Breakfast Inns they are sure not to disappoint!

Club Continental SuitesClub Continental Suites, nestled on the banks of the St. John’s River under towering, moss draped oaks, this former private estate is now a romantic and intimate bed & breakfast and private club. Fifteen oversized river suites & seven rooms in the original 1923 mansion beckon you to step back in time to Old World Florida.

Riverdale InnRiverdale Inn Bed & Breakfast In Jacksonville at the turn of the century, 50 mansions lined Riverside Avenue in an area known as “The Row”. Today, only two of these fabled homes remain. The Riverdale Inn is one of them. A beautifully restored Victorian style Bed and Breakfast located in the heart of Riverside, in Jacksonville, Florida.

 

LOOKING FOR A LONG WEEKEND GETAWAY OF RELAXATION AND FUN?

Wednesday, June 29th, 2016
CHECK OUT WHAT’S HAPPENING IN NEW SMYRNA BEACH, AUGUST 4-6, 2016.

New Smyrna Shrimp & Seafood FestivalBegin your getaway with the 9th annual New Smyrna Beach Shrimp & Seafood Festival on August 4th from 5-9pm along Flagler Avenue in the New Smyrna Beach Waterfront LOOP. Enjoy live entertainment while tasting what more than 30 restaurants will be competing for the “Best on the Beach” awards and offering taste sized portions of their specialties for $3-$5. Continue the fun and catch a FREE summer concert with performance by Gail Force playing a variety music from 6:30-7:45pm, outside on the south side of the new Brannon Civic Center, 105 S. Riverside Dr., New Smyrna Beach. Concertgoers are encouraged to bring a lawn chair or blanket. Summer Concert Series

August 5th – Take the day and enjoy some “water” fun. Your options include but are not limited to Boat tours from private sails to dinner cruises, Fishing Charters, Standup Paddleboarding, Surfing/Windsurfing/kite-boarding, kayaking and canoeing.

First Saturday on Canal Street - New SmyrnaAugust 6th – Enjoy First Saturday on Canal Street. Stroll the historic district while artistic vendors set up along the street from 10am-4pm. Joe Harrison will perform blues and pop from 11am-1pm in Christmas Park. From 4-7pm, galleries also feature solo and group exhibitions and artist talks in the Douglas Avenue area of the district and at the Hub. Admission is free.Canal St. Craft Beer Walk

Getting a little thirsty? While enjoying the Art along historic Canal Street, join the Craft Beer Walk, sampling craft beers from 1-7 p.m. Tickets are $20 and include a six-ounce Canal Street souvenir glass and 12 sampling tickets that can be redeemed at 10 locations in the district.

Anchor Inn B&BThe Anchor Inn Bed and Breakfast…Relax in a Comfortable, Cozy and Convenient Craftsman Bungalow. With its prime location, only a short walk from antique shopping, boutiques, restaurants and more, guests will also enjoy a hot three-course breakfast that compliments an atmosphere in which guests are treated like family. Adventure on your mind? Explore nearby parks and beaches on one of their comfortable beach bikes, or navigate the waterways with their kayaks or stand-up paddleboards. You are a short walk from the Intracoastal Waterway and local marina, and a two-mile bike ride from the beach.

Black Dolphin Inn - Boutique B&BThe Black Dolphin Inn…A quaint Old Florida beach town is the setting for this elegant Spanish Isle – boutique inn overlooking the Indian River in New Smyrna Beach on Florida’s east-central coast. Guests are within walking distance of restaurants and shops in New Smyrna’s historic downtown and a short distance from the seaside community’s sprawling beaches, surf shops, and Flagler Ave’s beachside galleries and eateries. Overnight dockage is available for guests with boats, and fishing opportunities are abundant in the backwaters and bays of the Indian River Lagoon and nearby Canaveral National Seashore Park.

ST. PETE CRAB & MUSIC FESTIVAL!

Monday, June 13th, 2016

 

ST. PETE CRAB AND MUSIC FEST. 2016ENJOY SEAFOOD AND MUSIC ALL DAY AT THE BEAUTIFUL, WATERFRONT VINOY PARK IN DOWNTOWN ST. PETE.

On June 18th, 2016, celebrate the 1st annual Crab and Music Festival hosted in downtown St. Petersburg Vinoy Park, where taste buds and bodies alike will be dancing at this seafood and music festival!  Celebrate the area’s diverse crab and seafood cuisine with live music, tons of food, craft booths, raffles, a children’s zone, cooking demonstrations and more. The festival happens from 11 a.m.-9 p.m. and tickets start at $20 for General Admission.  Benefits Bristol Temple Ministries and Children’s Dream Fund. crab claws

 

 

 

 

LOOKING FOR A PLACE TO STAY WHERE YOU WILL LEAVE RESTED AND HAPPY?Sea Breeze Manor B&B

Check out the Sea Breeze Manor Bed & Breakfast.  Lori Rosso, owner of Sea Breeze Manor knows how to make you feel right at home not only at the inn, but also in the beautiful waterfront small town of Gulfport. The Sea Breeze Manor, is situated across the street from the quiet and relaxing Gulfport Beach on Boca Ciega Bay and a short walk to Gulfport’s famous Beach Blvd. with several popular restaurants and an eclectic collection of shops and boutiques. Sea Breeze Manor is conveniently located just minutes from a great variety of activities, is the perfect place to stage your Tampa Bay getaway.

It‘s Watermelon Festival Time!

Tuesday, May 17th, 2016

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66TH ANNUAL WATERMELON FESTIVAL! ~ June 4 – June 18

June is the home to the ever popular Jefferson County Watermelon Festival. Originally the festival was started to recognize the watermelon growers in Jefferson County. Held the third weekend of June, this festival is enjoying going into its 66th year of watermelon, music, children’s theater, pageants, Street Dance, arts and crafts vendors, food, a 5K run, car show, art show ghost tours seed spitting contest, watermelon carving contest, softball tournament, Beer Garden, parade and much, much more. The Watermelon Festival continues as a time-honored tradition that says it’s summertime in Monticello, FL.  Below is an illustration of the events taking place during the 66th Annual Watermelon Festival.Watermelon-1

June 4, Watermelon Pageants

June 10, Kickoff Dinner, Bed Race, and Rodeo

June 11, Rodeo

June 16, Woman’s Club Fashion Show

June 17, Rotary Barbecue, Street Dance & Children’s Theatre, Arts & Crafts

June 18, FMB Breakfast, Antique Car Show, Children’s Theatre, Arts & Crafts, Parade & Festival

 

 

John Denham House-1Just 5 miles from Interstate 10, The Award Winning 1872 John Denham House Bed and Breakfast, an authentic elegant circa 1870′s restoration – this thirteen room early Victorian Mansion was built by a Scottish immigrant cotton trader. It has eight fireplaces, many period antiques, an acre of restored grounds and a cuppola on top.
Walk our beautiful small town with friendly shops and home- grown restaurants. Enjoy gorgeous canopy road drives under huge oaks, as well as;

  •  Antique and Junque Shopping
  • Art Galleries
  • Beautiful Historic walking/driving tour,
  • Lakes and Rivers
  • Kayaking and Canoeing
  • Birding Areas
  • Hiking Trails
  • Watermelon Festival
  • Performing Theater
  • Winery, and
  • Many Bicycling Trails.
  • Or just sit on the wonderful front porch or veranda and listen to the fountain and birds sing.

Get Ready to Paint the Town Green!

Thursday, March 3rd, 2016

St. Patrick's Day Parade - Lake WorthGet ready to paint the town green! Join us for the 10th Annual St. Patrick’s Day Charity Parade and Festival as they march along Lake Avenue, in downtown Lake Worth, FL on Sunday March 13th, 2016, benefitting Wheels for Kids! This event has grown to be one of Lake Worth’s largest and most up-and-coming events, captivating audiences to the streets of downtown Lake Worth for a unique celebration of all things Irish. This amazing event is highlighted by a colorful parade, live music, great food and outstanding entertainment. Perfect for the whole family to enjoy!

Looking to be secluded yet in the heart of it all? Visit The Mango Inn Bed and Breakfast in downtown Lake Worth. This notable home was built in 1915 and said to be one of the oldest homes in Lake Worth, FL. Nestled on a secluded corner lot you can enjoy casual elegance, privacy and cascading water fountains that make you feel as if you are in a private oasis. During your stay, take a few moments to mingle with the new owners Chetan and Poonam Patel. They have over 15 years of hospitality experience, operating boutique hotels and restoring and operating a 12-room bed and breakfast in Santa Cruz, CA. This opportunity, however, to own and operate The Mango Inn Bed and Breakfast has brought them to lay their roots in sunny South Florida with their new 5 month-old baby boy. Poonam, wife and chef at The Mango Inn, prepares a full gourmet breakfast that awaits you on the veranda overlooking the pool each morning. The inn is a short 10-minute walk to the beach and downtown Lake Worth where visitors will find several wonderful restaurants, shops, antique stores and galleries. The new Innkeepers, Chetan and Poonam, hope that a stay at the Mango Inn Bed and Breakfast in Lake Worth, FL will provide you with a peaceful respite from everyday life.

The Sabal Palm House Bed and Breakfast, a historic and distinctive two-story home located across from the Intercoastal Waterway in Lake Worth, FL will be sure not to disappoint. More comfortable than a hotel…come visit Colleen and John’s home and enjoy a romantic weekend getaway or indulge in the beautiful art galleries, antique shops, unique restaurants and cafes or travel 10 minutes to the famous Worth Avenue, Palm Beach for world renowned shopping and dining or visit City Place in West Palm beach where you can surround yourself with European style shops and restaurants.

58th Annual Fort Myers Beach Shrimp Festival

Tuesday, March 1st, 2016

for-myers-shrimpThe 58th annual Fort Myers Beach Shrimp Festival, March 12-13, 2016 – a major beach front celebration of “Shrimp” in this whimsical Old Florida style beach town. Since 1959, the main attraction at the Fort Myers Beach Shrimp Festival, are the “huge boiling pots of Gulf pink shrimp!” The festival gets the show on the road with a parade featuring Clydesdale horses, floats and bands in a two-mile ceremony. Afterwards the crowning of the “shrimp queen” will take place at the main beach, near the pier. There will be more than 100 vendors lined up and prepared to share their goods. The festivities commence at School Street and proceed north on Estero Boulevard to the Matanzas Pass Bridge and the site of other festival events.fort-myers-shrimp_dinners

 

 

 

 

 

Filled with history and lots of charm The Hibiscus House Bed and Breakfast nestled between the Edison-Ford Winter Estate and the Old Fort Myers Downtown area is a great place to stay. It is within walking distance to the Caloosahatchee River, Centennial Park and many fine restaurants. Day trips may include Fort Myers Beach, Sanibel and Captiva Islands, or the Everglades. Don’t forget to take part in the festivities of the Fort Myers Beach Shrimp Festival

2016 Florida Strawberry Festival!

Wednesday, February 24th, 2016

2016 Florida Strawberry Festival, March 3-13, 2016 in Plant City represents a piece of Americana, a time in American history when fairs and festivals brought communities together through celebrations of their harvests. This event rivals any state fair in the country with guests coming from near and far to enjoy exhibits of agriculture, livestock shows, arts and crafts, horticulture, local food, headline music concerts, carnival, and parades with glorious floats and high-stepping marching bands. The entertainment line-up, year after year, continues to be extraordinary.

Palmer House

Palmer House

Looking to experience the meaning of “Southern Hospitality”? Enjoy your stay and be pampered at the Palmer House where you can relax under the sprawling oaks on a bench swing, take a cool dip in the pool, or just relax in the hot tub. Wanting to pick up the pace a little? You may choose to and go canoeing, horseback riding, bike riding or golfing. Take off on a day trip to local attractions or the famous Florida Strawberry Festival.

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