Check Out Upcoming Events Near Alligator Point
Alligator Point is a short drive to Carrabelle, St. George Island & Apalachicola, Florida.
Here’s a list of upcoming events in the Wakulla & Franklin County area!
Events for November 7, 2020
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“Portraits in Passing,” a Sumi-e Exhibit by Ann Kozeliski will be featured November 3-30 at the Apalachicola Center for History, Culture & Art in Apalachicola. Sumi-e, also called Chinese Bamboo Brush Painting, is more than 2000 years old. The “Portraits in Passing” exhibits are paintings of people Kozeliski sees in her daily travels.View more events…Find out more »
The Volunteer Board of Directors of the Florida Seafood Festival would like to thank everyone who has inquired about the 2020 Festival. Sadly, we are writing this letter to let everyone know that the 57th Florida Seafood Festival has been postponed until November 5th & 6th 2021. This decision was an equally hard and easy…Find out more »
The Apalachicola Bay Chamber will host a Black Drum Fishing Tournament on November 7. Registration for the one-day charity event can be made at the chamber office in Apalachicola or in Eastpoint at Fisherman’s Choice. Proceeds from the event will benefit the Eastpoint Civic Association. Tournament Date Saturday, November 7th 2020 RULES: The following rules…Find out more »
Eastpoint has a new artisans market! It’s located on Highway 98 right next to Frost Pottery. This Eastpoint market is open the 1st and 3rd Saturday of every month from 9 am – 2 pm. Get out and enjoy a cup of coffee, a freshly baked treat, and some shopping. Our local artisans will be…Find out more »
The Crooked River Lighthouse is hosting a Country Farmer’s Market Saturday, November 7 from 9 am-1 pm at the foot of the lighthouse at 1975 Hwy 98 W, Carrabelle, FL. The Market will be featuring vendors from the community with locally made goods, fresh roasted coffee, veggies, plants, art, baked goods, photography, craft items, and…Find out more »
Apalachicola’s inaugural grassroots community music festival — where front porches become stages, yards become venues, and radical generosity and good will rule the day. The day of music features nine local performers, each on different porches, at staggered times, throughout Apalachicola neighborhoods. The event begins at noon on the steps of Trinity Episcopal Church and…Find out more »