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Today's Features

  •  January

    Empty Bowls Soup Supper

    Jan. 28 from 5-7 p.m. is the annual Empty Bowls Soup Supper at the Cedar Key United Methodist Church on Highway 24 in Cedar Key. This is a fundraiser for the Cedar Key food pantry. Take home a handcrafted bowl by students or by Amy Gernhardt, Cedar Key Pottery. Take out is available.

    You decide the amount you wish to donate for your meal and bowl.

  •  January

     

    Collector's show planned

  •  January

     

    Collector's show planned

  •  Month of January

     

    Collector's show planned

  •  Month of December 

     

    Artist of the Month

    The Cedar Keyhole’s Artist of the Month for December is Harry MacLeod. MacLeod uses a scroll saw to create interesting and fun works in wood,  which include puzzles, small sculptures, animals, intricate scenes, tree ornaments and signs for the home. His works are primarily left in the natural wood state, but some are colorfully painted. 

  •  Month of December 

     

    Artist of the Month

    The Cedar Keyhole’s Artist of the Month for December is Harry MacLeod. MacLeod uses a scroll saw to create interesting and fun works in wood,  which include puzzles, small sculptures, animals, intricate scenes, tree ornaments and signs for the home. His works are primarily left in the natural wood state, but some are colorfully painted. 

  • Be sure not to miss the Christmas Bazaar and Cookie Walk at the Cedar Key United Methodist Church, Dec. 6 from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m.
    Local artisans will have their creations available to purchase. If you are interested in selling your original crafts at the bazaar, please contact Allison Nelson at 352-543-9292.
    A delicious lunch will be served. You can choose from a  pulled pork sandwich, coleslaw and chips or homemade soups.  Both meals come with a drink and dessert.
    The Cookie Walk and Sale will be ongoing throughout the day.

  • Month of November

    Artist of the Month

    The Cedar Keyhole’s Artist of the Month for December is Harry MacLeod. MacLeod uses a scroll saw to create interesting and fun works in wood, which include puzzles, small sculptures, animals, intricate scenes, tree ornaments and signs for the home. His works are primarily left in the natural wood state, but some are colorfully painted.

  • Month of November

    Artist of the Month
    The Cedar Keyhole’s Artist of the Month for November is Patti Fox. Fox is a potter whose work is very organic. She mostly hand-builds her pottery using an iron-rich clay and impressing designs into the wet clay. She leaves the pieces unglazed, resulting in a rich, high-fired red oxide color and a very tactile surface. Fox creates a wide range of ceramic items using this technique.

  • Tin Can Tourists will turn out in droves at Sunset Isle RV Park and Motel at the beginning of December.
    In years past, “tin canners,” as they call themselves, have come from as far away as New York, Michigan and Wisconsin to camp and show off their vintage RVs that span several decades.
    Most have been restored or are in the process of being restored, said Bruce Wilson, co-owner of Ada Blue Cafe, located near the RV park.