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  • Tickets for March 16 fashion show on sale

    The Cedar Key Woman’s Club Annual Fashion Show & Luncheon will be Wednesday, March 16 at the Cedar Key Community Center. Doors open at 10:30 a.m. for shopping from vendors.

    The luncheon is at noon. Tickets are $15 each and can be purchased from any Woman’s Club member or at the Cedar Key Chamber Welcome Center.

  • Birds of a Feather will flock to this art show March 5

    The Birds of a Feather 2016 Open Art Show will be held Saturday, March 5, from 5 to 7 p.m. Shows run for the month of March until Sunday, March 27. It is free and all are invited. Appetizers, drinks and conversation also available to all.

    Cedar Key is uniquely situated in the middle of the Lower Suwannee and Cedar Key National Wildlife Refuge and is bisected by Florida’s Birding Trail and home to nationally recognized shore bird habitats. What better location to highlight the artists that create art focused on our feathered friends.

  • “A Land Remembered” with Patrick Smith Jr. returns

    For anyone who yearns to learn more of the history of Florida, “A Land Remembered,” by Patrick Smith is a must read.

     The struggles and triumphs of three generations of the MacIvey clan who settled in North Central Florida on the eve of the Civil War. The story traces the life of Tobias and Emma as they eke out a hardscrabble existence back in a time and place long gone.

  • Community Calendar for the week of 2-25-16



    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)

  • Thank you for being our guest on art tour

    The Cedar Key Arts Center Board would like to thank the hosts and hostesses of the first Art-Filled Home tour that took place on Saturday, February 20th.

    The event would not have been possible with their generosity and willingness to open their unique homes to over 175 visitors last weekend.

    Proceeds from the event will benefit the Art Centers Building Fund.

    Bev Ringenberg

  • CK Woman’s Club hosting Doggies in the Park Thursday

    Doggies in the Park, a dog parade will be on Thursday, Feb. 25 in the Cedar Key City Park from 4 to 5 p.m. Come meet two wonderful canine companions and their owners.

    Bring your favorite pooch in costume or just as himself, and take part in the parade. There will be prizes in unusual categories.

    We will also have a photographer on hand to take photos for a small fee.

    Registration will be at 3:30 p.m. in the park. People and doggie treats will be served, and it is all free.

  • 3 speakers Thursday from Whitney Lab

    The Cedar Key Library lecture series is hosting “An Evening with the Whitney Laboratory for Marine Bioscience tonight, Feb. 25 from 5 to 6:30 p.m.

    Dr. Elaine Seaver will speak on “How to Replace Lost Body Parts: Insights from Worms,” Catherine Eastman will speak on “Healing Florida’s Sick Sea Turtles,” and Dr. Todd Osborne will speak on “Mangroves Across Florida’s Ecosys-tems.”

  • Lighthouse welcomes visitors amid hopes birds return for nesting season

    Adventurers, wildlife photographers and more made their way out to Seahorse Key open house to visit the marine lab and lighthouse last Saturday. The island, which is known for it’s nesting birds, also has a small cemetery.

  • Artist will give pottery demonstration on Monday

    David Greenbaum will give a pottery demonstration at Cedar Key Pottery from 2 to 4 p.m. on Monday, Feb. 22.

    The location of Cedar Key Pottery is 13951 SW 77th PL, Cedar Key, FL 32625. Phone number 352-215-2096. For more information about David Greenbaum, here is a link to his website.greenbaumpottery.com/




  • Cedar Key Community Garden débuts

    The Cedar Key Community Garden had its official opening on Monday, Feb. 1. Folks gathered to celebrate the opening and the sense of community that the Garden has brought about.

    The Garden has been established in just seven weeks due to the number of people that volunteered to help with this project.

    Three work days were held, the first being on Tuesday, Dec. 1, with 25 volunteers showing up and the same number on the second work day.