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Today's Features

  • Thursday

    Chamber members to hear about sign changes
    On March 15, at 8:30 am at Natures Landing Condos conference room, City Attorney Norm Fugate will give a presentation about possible changes to Cedar Key’s Sign Ordinance. Please plan on attending so that you may determine if and how these proposed changes might affect your business. This is a quarterly Chamber Board Meeting which is open to the general membership. Please respond to the chamber if you are planning on attending to ensure adequate seating and/or the need for a new venue.

  • “Did someone tell you there was free liquor and guns here?”
    It’s not a bad question to be posed to an overflow crowd by a man who has spent his life living and chronicling the Florida way of life.
    With that opening, Jeff Klinkenberg had the audience hooked. Klinkenburg, whose work appears most Sundays in the Tampa Bay Times (formerly St. Pete Times) newspaper, has published several books on Florida’s interesting, unique and weird characters , animals and places.

  • The Cedar Key Woman’s Club will present its Fashion Show and Luncheon on Thursday, March 15. This annual event has become the hit of the town in the past few seasons. Featuring Cedar Key models with fashions coordinated by Nancy Stephens from Déjà Vu on Second Street, the entertainment value is worth the price of the ticket.

  • The Cedar Key Woman’s Club will present its Fashion Show and Luncheon on Thursday, March 15. This annual event has become the hit of the town in the past few seasons. Featuring Cedar Key models with fashions coordinated by Nancy Stephens from Déjà Vu on Second Street, the entertainment value is worth the price of the ticket.

  • Saturday
    Annual Spring Plant Sale
    The Cedar Key Garden Club’s Annual Spring Plant Sale will be held by City Hall on C Street on March 10 from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. There will have a large variety of native plants to choose from.

    Auditions held for SVP

  • By Patty Roesch
    Special to the Beacon
    The Cedar Key Arts Center held a Salute to Wildlife March 3. From 5-7 p.m. guests explored the exhibit sipping happily on wine and enjoying the food.
    In appreciation of the Suwanne Refuge, the art was to feature the area. Ann Kamzelski and Jack Murphy were among the artists with work on display.
    Kamzalski is a digital photographer. Armed with her camera and Photoshop, she creates images that keep the viewer wondering.

  • By Patty Roesch
    Special to the Beacon
    The Cedar Key Arts Center held a Salute to Wildlife March 3. From 5-7 p.m. guests explored the exhibit sipping happily on wine and enjoying the food.
    In appreciation of the Suwanne Refuge, the art was to feature the area. Ann Kamzelski and Jack Murphy were among the artists with work on display.
    Kamzalski is a digital photographer. Armed with her camera and Photoshop, she creates images that keep the viewer wondering.

  •  On Monday March 12, from 5-7:30 p.m. The public is invited to a Jambalaya dinner and cake walk at the Cedar Key Eagles Aerie home on the corner of 3rd and B Streets.

  •  On Monday March 12, from 5-7:30 p.m. The public is invited to a Jambalaya dinner and cake walk at the Cedar Key Eagles Aerie home on the corner of 3rd and B Streets.

  • Jeff Klinkenberg, who writes about Florida culture and people, will visit the Cedar Key Public Library on at 10:30 a.m. Saturday, March 10, to give a program about his unique perspective on his home state. Klinkenberg’s talk, part of the library’s current “Our Stories” series, will be an entertaining, informative look at some of the state’s more colorful people, places and events.