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 October 30, 2021
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Carrabelle History Museum presents a Special Exhibit on Sponge Diving in Carrabelle and North Florida
The Carrabelle History Museum is presenting a special exhibit on Sponge Diving in Carrabelle and the North Gulf Coast of Florida. This exhibit will be on display from Friday, October 1 through Sunday, October 31. There is no charge for admission but donations are gladly accepted. The museum and exhibit are open Wednesdays 12-5 pm,…Find out more »
Out of Murder is a full-length murder-mystery comedy by Fred Carmichael. An author sits in an isolated house, trying to work out the plot of his latest thriller. An electrical storm brings his imaginary characters to life! There is a series of murders with Peter, the author, as the intended victim and the culprit among…Find out more »
Please join us at the Camp Gordon Johnston Golf Tournament and Benefit. 9 AM shotgun start. 4 player select-a-shot Captain’s choice or Team Scramble format. All 18 holes will be played as par 3’s. The entry fee is $320 per team. The fee includes green fees, a cart, and lunch afterward. For more information, please…Find out more »
Camp Gordon Johnston WWII Museum Presents a Special Exhibit on the Surrenders and End of World War II
Camp Gordon Johnston WWII Museum in Carrabelle is presenting a special exhibit about the surrenders and war’s end in the Asia-Pacific and Europe-Mediterranean Theaters of Operations. This exhibit will open Tuesday, September 28 at 11 am and will be on display at the museum until Saturday, October 30, 2021, at 5 pm. There is no…Find out more »
Enjoy the Apalachicola Area Historical Society’s annual Fall Ghost Tour of the Historic Chestnut Street Cemetery in Apalachicola. 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 and death in Apalachicola for more than 180 years ago. The…Find out more »