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Monthly Archives: September 2018


DAVE SAYS: Stick with the plan

Posted on — The News Herald

The News Herald — Dear Dave,I follow your advice and live on a budget, but it’s really hard to save up for a down payment on a house because property is so expensive here in New York. My family in … (Read More)




Pumpkinpalooza 2018

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  Get in the spirit with Pumpkinpalooza, a two-day event with one day for the adults and one day for the kids.  On Saturday, October 27, 2018, the adults have their fun.  At 6 pm, the Monster Mash pub crawl … (Read More)





ApalachOktoberfest 2018

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From Friday, October 5th to Sunday, October 7th, the city famous for its oysters will have a music and beer weekend party.  The three-day event is hosted by Bowery Station and Oyster City Brewing Company and will feature fantastic food, … (Read More)





70th Annual Destin Fishing Rodeo

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Since 1948, the Destin Fishing Rodeo has been a tradition.  It helped Destin become “The World’s Luckiest Fishing Village”.  This fishing tournament is for anglers of every age and has a history spanning generations.  Weigh-ins are behind A.J.’s every day … (Read More)


Explore The Outdoors Festival

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Fishing, archery, stargazing, Smokey the Bear, and interactive educational exhibits are only a few things that this festival offers.  Explore The Outdoors Festival is a free children’s event for of all ages, although the activities are geared towards children six … (Read More)



Pirates of the High Seas Fest

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Panama City Beach’s popular Pirates of the High Seas Fest returns over Columbus Day weekend.  This free festival includes pirate invasions, a kids parade, kid’s fun zone, treasure drop, live music, fireworks, a scavenger hunt, a fishing clinic for kids, … (Read More)


2018 Pensacola Seafood Festival

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Each year, over 100,000 attendees descend on Fountain Park, Seville Square, and Bartram Park in Historic Downtown Pensacola for the Pensacola Seafood Festival.  Art and craft vendors will be on hand to display and sell their goods, The Fiesta Seafood … (Read More)


Walton County Fair 2018

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Since 1924, the Walton County Fair has been a fall tradition.  The Walton County Fair keeps the old traditional events such as livestock competitions, hot dog and pie eating contests, and more.  Attendees will enjoy live music, fair food, art … (Read More)




POPS Orchestra Opens 23rd Season

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Panama City POPS Orchestra will get into the spirit with a combination of bewitching, exotic, popular, and classical music when it opens its 23rd season with Music of the Night.  Saint-Saëns, Mozart, Lloyd Webber, and more will top this program. … (Read More)


HealthSouth Rehab Center rebranding

Posted on — The News Herald

The News Herald — PANAMA CITY — HealthSouth Emerald Coast Rehabilitation Center is changing its name to Encompass Health Rehabilitation Hospital of Panama City as part of a rebranding effort.The name change will be effective Oct. 1, when the facility … (Read More)




Scarecrow Building Contest & History Festival

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The Chipley Garden Club’s scarecrows have already begun appearing around town and will continue to pop up until September 22, 2018, when the 7th Annual Scarecrow Building Contest and History Festival commences.  Join the Chipley Garden Club and Washington Historical … (Read More)


Baytowne Wharf Beer Festival

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Dubbed the “Best Beer Fest on the Emerald Coast,” the Baytowne Wharf Beer Festival is a favorite fall festival due to its beautiful location, lovely October weather, and fantastic selection.  Taking place on Friday, October 12, 2018 – Saturday, October 13, … (Read More)



Bluegrass at the Beach

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Bluegrass at the Beach (previously named Gulf Coast Bluegrass and Folk Festival) will take place at Aaron Bessant Park this year.  The event starts at 6:00pm on Friday, September 28, 2018, and continues Saturday, September 29, 2018 from 12:00pm-9:00pm.  Craft and food vendors will … (Read More)