Support Friends of Eden Gardens State Park Spooky by attending classic films played on an outdoor screen under the oak trees at Eden Gardens State Park. The event is free with paid park admission ($4 per vehicle). Films will be shown on the lawn near the pavilion and guests are welcome to bring chairs, blankets, bug spray and coolers.
Hibiscus Coffee & Guesthouse invites you enjoy an evening of music in the Backyard of Love on Saturday, October 1 from 7 - 9 PM. Groove to live music featuring the Forrest Williams Band. Showcasing his outstanding original music and acoustic guitar skills in the intimate garden of oaks, this is a must-see exclusive show.
The Friends of Camp Helen pumpkin patch is open 7 days a week, offering pumpkins for sale and great photo opps from 9am-5pm through October 31 or until sold out.
This year, Saturdays in the Patch will feature live lusic, Bay County Storytellers, PCB Mosquito, cake walks inside the historic Lodge, and more! Weekly raffle prizes include a bicycle from Good Pedals, a basket from Blue Giraffe and more! Food will be available for purchase in the park on Saturdays as well.
The Monarch Art Trail (MAT) is an outdoor sculpture project created by the Cultural Arts Alliance of Walton County (CAA) with support from The St. Joe Community Foundation (StJCF). The art trail honors the magnificent Monarch Butterfly and it's amazing flight ability of up to 2,700 miles and its generational migratory pattern route through SoWal.
In collaboration with Healthy Gulf, 350 Pensacola, and Climate Together Pensacola, Idyll Hounds Brewing Company will host Protecting Florida’s Coast, an evening of documentary films and discussion about the latest plans for offshore drilling in the Gulf of Mexico and the threat to Florida’s coast and beaches.
Beginning at 7PM on Thursday, September 22, the four short films highlight grassroots movements around Gulf oil drilling, impacts from the 2010 BP oil disaster and the revolution in clean energy.
The annual event features unlimited tastes of South Walton’s most creative and innovative bloody marys, made with Distillery 98’s Dune Laker Vodka and served by the finest restaurants and bars on the Emerald Coast.
The Walton County Tourism Department, along with the Friends of South Walton Sea Turtles, will once again host an International Coastal Cleanup (ICC) day on Saturday, Sept. 17 from 9AM – 11AM.
Both residents and visitors are encouraged to participate. Volunteer Beach Ambassador teams will be hosting teams at five South Walton Regional Beach Accesses listed below.
See access locaitons and map at www.SoWal.com/beach-accesses.
Songwriters Paul Childers and Duke Bardwell headline Tim Jackson’s Songwriters Performance Series Live at Stinky's Bait Shack on Thursday, August 18th to raise funds and awareness for the Point Washington Medical Clinic (PWMC). The event, scheduled to take place from 6:30 - 10 p.m. at Stinky’s Bait Shack on County Highway 30A, is presented by McNeese Title with additional support from Ocean Reef Resorts.
South Walton is a strong and proud community, and an important part of our purpose at SoWal.com is to foster community growth. We are blessed to have so many great groups and organizations, and we enjoy supporting all of them. You can help through membership, cash contributions, volunteering, or even by sharing their achievements with others in the community and beyond.