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Today's Features

  • Cedar Key is going to have a Community Garden, work has already been started, on the site.

    At the Garden Club meeting on Nov. 9, the membership overwhelmingly showed support, for a suggestion that was made  to establish a Community Garden.

    This was due to the fact that a parcel of land, which is 50' x 100', was offered, on a long term basis, to establish a Community Garden. The lot is located on 2nd Street in the same block as the Island Hotel and goes to 3rd Street.

  • The Cedar Key Woman’s Club hosted a reception Thursday, Dec. 10, at The Island Hotel, to honor the photographic contributors for the 2016 Cedar Key Calendar. Pictured left to right are Coordinator Vicky Crumpley, Ann Kamzelski, Wanda Davis, Joan Selby, Frank Morgan, Hans Henning Bunge, Henry Coulter, Rita Baker, Heath Davis, Carol Sakellarios, and Jeffrey Schleede in front. Other photographers included Rory Brennan, Laia Gore, Christine Ford, Debbie Tsimpedes, Steven Deam, J.D. McCormick, Jim Wilcox, Jackie Lambert, Galina Binkley, and Donna Bushnell.

  • There will be an opening reception on Saturday, Jan. 9, from 5 to 7 p.m. for sculptor Leland Williams at the Cedar Key Arts Center.

    All are invited. Appetizers, drinks and conversation will be available to all.

    Come share a little time with the art community of Cedar Key as we enjoy the art produced by the Florida sculptor and miniature painter Leland Williams and quilter Gayle Wolfe.

  • On Saturday, Feb. 13, the Levy County Historical Society will present the second of three presentations about the Civil War in Levy County.

    The presentation is at 2 p.m. at the conference center of the Cedar Key RV Resort, 11980 S.W. Shiloh Road, Sumner.

    Everyone with an interest in the history and heritage of Levy County is invited to this free event.

    The presentation on "Salt — The Lifeline of the Confederacy" will be by Levy County Historian and author, Toni C. Collins.

  • Through

    February

    Free Yoga

    Monday & Wednesday – Cedar Key Library (upstairs)

    • 8 a.m. Intermediate Yoga (Level 2) - CDs, no instruction, some experience necessary.

    • 9:30 a.m. Gentle Yoga (Level 1) – CDs and/or instructor assisted when possible.

    Tuesday & Thursdays - Episcopal Church (Parish Hall)

    • 9 a.m. Gentle Yoga (instructor assisted)

    Friday – Cedar Key Library (upstairs)

  • Through

    February

    Free Yoga

    Monday & Wednesday – Cedar Key Library (upstairs)

    • 8 a.m. Intermediate Yoga (Level 2) - CDs, no instruction, some experience necessary.

    • 9:30 a.m. Gentle Yoga (Level 1) – CDs and/or instructor assisted when possible.

    Tuesday & Thursdays - Episcopal Church (Parish Hall)

    • 9 a.m. Gentle Yoga (instructor assisted)

    Friday – Cedar Key Library (upstairs)

  • Library Programs:

    Thursday, Jan. 28 – The North Florida Marine Science Symposium and Big Bend Science Symposium will not be at the Library, but taking place at Community Center. On Thursday, the evening poster presentation, a catered event, is open to the public (with registration) and the Friday keynote presentation at 9 a.m. is open to the public. Those planning to attend the Thursday event are asked to register at sfrc.ufl.edu/nfmss.

  • Shine Program

  • Today, Dec. 24

    Christmas Eve

    Caroling at United Methodist

    Feel like singing Christmas carols?  Come join us at Cedar Key United Methodist Church for a Christmas Eve Service.  Listen to organ-piano Christmas duets from 6:30-7 p.m. The service itself will begin at 7 p.m. during which there will be scripture readings and carol singing for all.

    Santa’s on his way

  • Today, Dec. 17

    Chamber meeting tonight

    The Greater Cedar Key Chamber of Commerce will hold its annual meeting on Thursday, Dec. 17, at Steamers Clam Bar and Grill. Steamers will be providing a small buffet but anyone is welcome to bring a small covered dish to share. Please RSVP at 352-543-5600 if you plan to attend to we can have the right amount of food.

    Please remember that during the annual meeting we hold our election for next year's board members.

    Fire chiefs meet tonight