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 May 1, 2021
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Back by popular demand all three of Carrabelle’s wonderful museums will open their doors on Saturday, May 1, 2021 as part of a special rescheduled Museum Day. In salute to this day, Carrabelle History Museum, Camp Gordon Johnston WWII Museum, and Crooked River Lighthouse Museum will have special activities and displays. The Carrabelle museums will…Find out more »
St. George Island and the surrounding communities of Apalachicola, Eastpoint and Carrabelle will be the sites for a seven-day plein-air event May 1-7. The Paint-Out will feature plein air artists, workshops , meet and greet events, receptions and opportunities to purchase and commission artwork.View more events at FloridasForgottenCoast.comFind out more »
Camp Gordon Johnston WWII Museum presents a special exhibit on the most violent and costliest campaign of WWII, the battle to take Okinawa. The exhibit will include historical photos and Marine Corps artifacts, some of which were recently acquired. The battle started with the Kerama Islands’ capture by the 77th infantry Division on March 26, 1945,…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 »
This market features vendors from the community with perfect gifts and goodies. There is freshly roasted coffee, delicious baked goods including cinnamon rolls and artisan bread, gorgeous art and photography, handcrafted balms and soaps, fresh herbs, vegetable seeds, handmade goods, and craft items, produce, and exotic starter plants. The Crooked River Lighthouse now has its…Find out more »
One of the oldest and longest-running festivals to dot the Wakulla County landscape, the Panacea Blue Crab Festival gives Wakulla County an opportunity to celebrate and thank the city of Panacea for one of its most precious commodities. Started in 1975, the festival begins each year with a parade down U.S. Highway 98, then the…Find out more »
Enjoy the Apalachicola Area Historical Society’s annual Spring Ghost Tour walk of the Historic Chestnut Street Cemetery in Apalachicola on May 1. Hauntings will abound when local history enthusiasts don the garb and take on the persona of the cemetery’s notable inhabitants to tell their tale of life in Apalachicola for more than 180 years…Find out more »