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Today's Features

  • Ceder Key Lions and volunteers Paula Wescott, George Sresovich, Dick Wescott,  Lannie Cardona, Frank Molitor and Marve Franks. Not pictured are: Judy Duvall, Jennie Pinto, Teri and Rory Brennan  who collected 14 bags of trash alongside the newly renamed stretch of Highway 24  honoring fallen Cedar Key serviceman,  Marine Lance Cpl. Brian Rory Buesing.
     

  • The Lower Suwannee National Wildlife Refuge will host a Kids Photo Safari on Tuesday,  June 19, from 9-1 p.m. at Refuge headquarters for grades 3 – 9.  Digital cameras and nature journals are provided for the photographers to keep notes on what they see. Reserve your child’s camera now. Ten slots are available - and it’s all free.

  • Saturday

    Summer art teachers needed
    The Cedar Key Arts Guild’s Summer Art Program Coordinators are wondering if there is anyone among you who might be interested in teaching a 2-1/2 hour (9-11:30 a.m.) workshop to children (either elementary or secondary level or both groups at different times) during the weeks of July 16-27. We still have six time slots to fill (three teachers if they will do both groups) and there is a small stipend involved.

  • The Eagles of Cedar Key proudly placed a floral tribute in honor of Cedar Key residents who lost their lives in service to our country. The group asks that everyone remember them every day.

  • The Cedar Key Dolphin Research Project team will be hosting an informative session titled, “Past, Present, Future” at the Cedar Key Library on Thursday, June 14 at 5 p.m.
    Open to the public, those attending will meet Stefanie Gazda and the Dolphin Project Team as they talk about their past findings, goals for this research season and plans for the future.
    Light refreshments will be served.
     

  • Saturday

    BACK Fighting Cancer golf tourney
    The Swinging for a Cure golf tournament is being replaced by a new tournament,  the BACK Fighting Cancer golf tournament to be held at the Chiefland Golf and Country Club.
    Proceeds will benefit BACK Fighting Cancer which in turn supports families in the Tri-County area who have a child who has been diagnosed with cancer.

    Wednesday

    Grief Support Group

  • Researchers from the University of Massachusetts say there’s something special about Cedar Key dolphins.
    “They have unique feeding behaviors not seen anywhere else in the world,” said PhD candidate Stefanie Gazda in a phone interview Friday.
    Gazda heads up the Cedar Key Dolphin Project, a program that operates in the area for a few short weeks each year aimed at a better understanding the creatures and the environment they live in.

  • Join area libraries for Fairy Tales and Bedtime stories from all around the world. We will listen to international University of Florida students, make crafts, play games, listen to music and enjoy snacks.
    Come to one event or all of them. Large groups welcome, but please notify us in advance.
    All events begin at 10 a.m.

    Williston Public Library - Mondays
    June 18 - China
    June 25 - Greece
    July 9 - Pakistan
    July 16 - Italy
    July 23 - TBA
    July 30- USA Butterfly Tales

  • Join area libraries for Fairy Tales and Bedtime stories from all around the world. We will listen to international University of Florida students, make crafts, play games, listen to music and enjoy snacks.
    Come to one event or all of them. Large groups welcome, but please notify us in advance.
    All events begin at 10 a.m.

    Williston Public Library - Mondays
    June 18 - China
    June 25 - Greece
    July 9 - Pakistan
    July 16 - Italy
    July 23 - TBA
    July 30- USA Butterfly Tales

  • Corrine Ryan has been carving, shaping, chiseling and punching leather for over 20 years. Her works range from three dimensional portraits to earrings and pet leashes. Her commissioned pieces include personal portraits as well as horse and pet scenes. Many of her cherished works are held in collectors’ galleries that have been added to over the years.
    Corrine will have her latest creations on display at the Cedar Keyhole throughout the month of June.
    Gallery hours are 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.