What's Happening in Rosemary Beach

January 26, 2012 by SoWal Staff

Check out some of the fun and interesting stuff coming up in Rosemary Beach.

Lunch with Andres Duany and Scott Merrill Seaside Prize 2012
Saturday, January 28, 2012 – 12 noon – 2 pm
Rosemary Beach Town Hall, 48 South Barrett Square
$30/person, tickets: Catered by The Summer Kitchen
Co-sponsored by The Seaside Institute and Rosemary Beach Foundation.

Scott Merrill (Designer of the Rosemary Beach Town Hall and the Seaside Prize 2012 recipient) and Andres Duany (the lead designer for Rosemary Beach) will speak at luncheon catered by the Summer Kitchen.  Duany will discuss the role all of the TNDs along 30-A have played and will continue to play in the region.  $30/person Tickets

Made in America Wine Dinner Wednesday, February 1, 2012, 6:30 pm
Restaurant Paradis, Rosemary Beach
5 courses, 5 great American wines
$90 (plus tax and gratuity)
Reservations required 850-534-0400
($20 per ticket to benefit Rosemary Beach Foundation)

Girls Getaway Thursday, February 2 – Sunday, February 5, 2012
Rosemary Beach Town Hall and Town Center
5 courses, 5 great American wines
$160 per person
Presented by Rosemary Beach Foundation
Sponsored by Rosemary Beach Property Owners Assoc., The Merchants of Rosemary Beach, The Pensione at Rosemary Beach

Girls Getaway includes favorite functions and presents some exciting new programs.

Thursday Songwriters in the Round features a dynamic trio: Kaci Bolls, Alissa Moreno and Marcia Ramirez. All are accomplished singers, musicians, and writers.

Friday evening begins with champagne and the festivities continue with a town stroll. The Rosemary Beach merchants will have guest artists, special offerings and discounts in their shops.

Saturday starts with Zumba class, followed by designer tips, a variety of workshops (art, travel, wine/chocolate/coffee tastings). The night concludes with dinner by Summer Kitchen and a concert with award-winning songwriters and gospel/country singers Brian White and Karyn Williams White.

Sunday, The weekend concludes with a farewell breakfast provided by Townsend Catering.

Music in Pictures Art Exhibition February 9 – 28, 2012
The Hidden Lantern Gallery and Amavida Rosemary Beach, Wells Fargo Redfish Village
Presented by Rosemary Beach Foundation
Sponsored by Wells Fargo, St. Joe Community Foundation, Robert and Daryl Davis
Music in Pictures is an educational art initiative presented by Rosemary Beach Foundation and sponsored by Wells Fargo, St. Joe Community Foundation, and Robert and Daryl Davis.

Over  900 students from 11 Walton County schools listened to and visually interpreted works by 20th Century American Composer Aaron Copland.  The goals for the program are to provide an opportunity for listening to, discussing, and interpreting classical music; and to encourage appreciation of symphonic music by students.

Classical Connections Featuring Grammy Award Winning PARKER QUARTET
Friday, February 17 & Saturday, February 18, 2012, 7:30 pm
Rosemary Beach Town Hall
Tickets $35,, 850-269-7129
Presented by Sinfonia Gulf Coast, Rosemary Beach Foundation and The Merchants of Rosemary
A school outreach program will also be held on Friday, February 17th.

Rosemary Unleashed Mural Exhibition Rosemary Beach St. Augustine Park
Presented by Rosemary Beach Foundation to benefit Alaqua Animal Refuge

This 6-panel (6’ x 10’) mural created by eight accomplished artists depicts 92 pets from photos submitted by the pet owners.  This art for public space be transported to its permanent location at Alaqua Unleashed (formally known as the Bark Park) located on J.D. Miller Road in Santa Rosa Beach on 18 acres of county owned land. Contributing mural artists are Lauren Carvalho, Paul DeDenus, Jane Dunworth, Emily Fossum, Kristina Perry, Amanda Rhodes, Allison Wickey, and Eileen West.Heritage Builders constructed the mural.


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