The 3rd Annual SGI Brewfest features an even broader selection of amazing craft beers, friendly faces, and furry friends.
Come enjoy a day of relaxed tasting, in an environment that gives you time and space to actually talk with the brewers themselves.
All proceeds go to help fund the Franklin County Humane Society – beers, beaches, and bettering the lives of animals. What’s not to love?
For 2018, we are debuting new VIP benefits, exclusive beers, and SGI Brewfest merchandise.
Call some friends and get your tickets now – and VIP tickets are an even better deal.
Featuring these delicious breweries, and more!
The State's oldest maritime event is scheduled for November 3rd & November 4th, 2017.Come enjoy the blessing of the fleet, redfish run, oyster shucking and oyster eating events, the blue crab races, grand parade, Large Carnival and live musical entertainment. We also have over 100 Arts and Crafts exhibitors and local fresh seafood. Friday headliner Christian Group I Am They , Headline Entertainment Saturday November 4th at 8:30 Jerrod Neimann
The Carnival Only will run Thursday November 2nd 6-11pm , Friday November 3rd 10-11pm, Sat. November 4th 10-11pm .
The Florida Seafood Festival will only Be open Friday November 3rd and Saturday November 4th
Mardi Gras has gone to the Dogs!
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.
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For additional information contact us at email@example.com or call Caroline at 850-670-5064