30A St Patricks Day Parade & Festival Mar 17

Bust out your favorite green socks and hats, and practice your jig because everyone is Irish in South Walton for the annual 30A St. Patrick’s Parade & Festival this Saturday, March 17th!

The parade starts on Scenic 30A at 2 pm, just west of County Highway 83 (Blue Mountain Beach Road) and travels west to Gulf Place. The Grand Marshal of the parade this year will be Walton County Commissioner Tony Anderson.

Bay Breeze Patio Anniversary & Grilling Expo March 23 & 24

The most glorious time of year has returned once again to the shores of SoWal Beaches - rebirth & renewal, joy & beauty - and outdoor living!

Spring is in the air, folks are drifting outside, and Bay Breeze Patio loyal customers are ready for some serious grilling and good times at the Anniversary Event & Grilling Expo March 23-24, 2018. The event will be at the store at 35 Forest Shore Drive, Miramar Beach, just west of Silver Sands Premium Outlets.

La Lumière: A Metropolitan Affair - Fundraiser Set for Feb 10 at Grand Boulevard

La Lumière: A Metropolitan Affair  is the upcoming 4th edition of local Hannah Martin’s highly-anticipated annual fundraiser.

This year the event benefits Cultural Arts Alliance of Walton County (CAA), Special Olympics Florida — Walton County, and Westonwood Ranch. Hannah Martin’s connection with the Special Olympics started long before La Lumière derived, but her help in aiding CAA and Westonwood Ranch is new to this year’s fundraising efforts.

Camellia Festival at Eden Gardens State Park Feb 17

The Friends of Eden and Florida State Parks pay tribute to the Camellia Saturday, Feb. 17th from 10am to 2 pm at Eden Gardens State Park in Point Washington, North of US 98 via CR-395.

Visitors are invited to stroll through amazing Camellias, enjoy a Camellia floral arrangement demonstration, learn air layering, (a Camellia propagating technique), and Camellia waxing for bloom preservation.  Attend a program on Camellia care and other plant related topics by Marie Harrison, a Master Gardener and author of numerous Gardening Books.

The Red Bar Celebrates 23 Years on Super Bowl Sunday

Once upon a time way back during the last century, destiny led Oliver Petit to the site of the Red Bar in the year 1990.

A cook by trade, Oli took a job at the building when it was the Bay Café, not knowing that it would become the place where legends never die. He traveled all the way from the faraway town of Fort Walton Beach - back when there were few signs of life between Destin and Grayton.

“When I got here I almost turned around,” Oli exclaimed.


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