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Gather your friends and raise your pitchers at the 13th annual Baytowne Beer Festival Oct. 8-9.
The Village of Baytowne Wharf at Sandestin Golf and Beach Resort is transformed for the “Best Beer Fest on the Emerald Coast," featuring more than 40 on-site craft brewers, nearly 200 domestic and international craft beers, seminars, samplings and live music.
Tickets may be purchased at www.bigtickets.com/events/baytowne/beerfest21/.
Friday Beer From Around Here, 6-8 p.m.
Sample local breweries, taste appetizers from merchants in The Village of Baytowne Wharf, and enjoy live music by the Forrest Williams Band on the Events Plaza Lawn.
Saturday VIP Event, 1-2 p.m.
Exclusive beer tastings and great food from Marlin Grill. This…
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A parking lot planned for a 2-acre tract on Walton County Road 393 South near County Road 30A could become more than just a parking lot, according to Walton County Tourist Development Council (TDC) Director of Beach Operations Brian Kellenberger.
The planned lot, a short distance north of the regularly crowded Ed Walline Regional Beach Access on 30A west of Blue Mountain Beach, will include a structure that will serve as a stop for a planned public transit system designed to help get cars off 30A. The two-lane beachside road is a popular route for visitors to the county's beaches that can also get jammed with workers heading to businesses along the route.
Kellenberger expressed optimism Thursday that as it develops, the public transit along…
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In its 33rd year, the ArtsQuest Fine Arts Festival is scheduled to return to Grand Boulevard’s Town Center Saturday, October 9th, 10:00 am to 7:00 pm and Sunday, October 10th, 10:00 am - 5:00 pm.
Usually held over Mother’s Day weekend, this year’s festival was rescheduled due to the pandemic and will be part of National Arts & Humanities Month which was established in 1993 by Americans for the Arts and is celebrated every October in the United States. It was initiated to encourage Americans to explore new facets of the arts and humanities in their lives, and to begin a lifelong habit of participation in the arts and humanities.
ArtsQuest is a juried show that provides an opportunity to view and purchase original art from over 100…
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The Watersound Town Center is growing rapidly. It is quickly becoming the center of life on the eastern end of SoWal and is buzzing with new businesses, events, and activities. Construction of a 48,000sf Publix has begun and several new buildings are complete.
On Saturday, October 2nd a new town center tradition begins with the debut of Watersound Farmers Market with local foods, produce, arts & crafts under the new events pavilion along with food trucks in a park like setting with fountains.
The market will be held Saturdays year-round from 11am-3pm with additional events throughout the year.
Watersound Town Center Farmers Market
170 N. Watersound Parkway
Watersound FL 32461
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The Emerald Coast’s official Big Green Egg EggFest cooking competition, Eggs on the Beach, is returning to Seascape Resort in Miramar Beach on Oct. 16, 2021.
Presented by Bay Breeze Patio, the family-friendly event will be held from 10 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. at the Seascape Towne Centre and will celebrate the delicious results of cooking on the Big Green Egg while benefitting two local charities--the Fisher House of the Emerald Coast and Food for Thought. Cook teams will be smoking, grilling and baking their favorite dishes on the Big Green Egg while tasters sample the delicious bites and vote for their favorites.
This year’s event will be held in a new location behind the Seascape Towne Center, which features a tiki bar with flat screen TVs…
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The fee-based sharing of their backyard retreats by some Destin property owners has caught the attention of City Councilwoman Prebble Ramswell.
“Did you know people are now renting out their backyards and pools by the hour?” Ramswell wrote in the latest edition of her quarterly newsletter, “The Ramswell Review,” that highlights various city issues.
“I have requested the city investigate this commercial use in residential areas,” Ramswell added in the newsletter, which she recently emailed to various subscribers.
Ramswell could not be immediately reached Thursday for comment.
Details on several backyard and/or pool rentals in the tourist hot spot of Destin and elsewhere are available on Airbnb-like websites such as Swimply.com.
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The city of Destin has partnered with the Army Corps of Engineers to undertake a Carrying Capacity Study through the Corps of Engineers’ Planning Assistance to States Program.
The Harbor Capacity Study will, among other things, focus on the following three goals:
• Protect the environmental health of the harbor and surrounding waterways.
• Promote safety and enjoyment on our local waters.
• Promote the economic viability of businesses operating on or along the harbor.
Between July 2021 and mid-October 2021, the city of Destin and the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers will conduct a number of activities to support the Destin Harbor Carrying Capacity Study. These activities include:
• Counting of parking spaces around the harbor area…
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More than 50 divers from across the region are expected to put their scuba skills to use Sunday to removing monofilament, fishing tackle and other debris from the underwater areas surrounding the Okaloosa Island Fishing Pier.
The pier is partnering with the Gulfarium C.A.R.E. Center, Angler’s Beachside Bar and Grill, and Okaloosa County’s Tourist Development Department for the cleanup.
Divers will meet at 6 a.m. at the check-in station in the parking lot of Angler’s and enter the water to begin cleaning at 7 a.m. Divers must be certified, have their own gear and air tanks and will need to sign a release form to participate.
The pier will be closed to fishing until noon for safety reasons, although walkers will be allowed on the pier.
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Ground was broken this week in Walton County for a $4.7 million water and sewer infrastructure improvement project along and near U.S. Highway 331 aimed at boosting residential and commercial development along part of the road corridor and enhancing the Northwest Florida Commerce Park at Woodlawn.
The 226-acre industrial and commercial park is located on the west side of U.S. 331 directly across from West Indian Creek Ranch Road and a little more than a mile south of DeFuniak Springs. The project for which ground was broken Tuesday will include the installation of about 3.5 miles of 16-inch water main along U.S. 331 from Coy Burgess Loop south to the Northwest Florida Commerce Park at Woodlawn, according to a county news release.
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