Nature girl’s weekend picks

April 1, 2009

Here comes the sun and there is lots to do

Saturday, April 4


Seaside Farmer’s Market returns

This Saturday is the first Farmers Market of the year, and Raw and Juicy turns One!  Celebrate with Waffles and Hoola Hoops and lots of great local produce and goods.



gatorLearn all about American alligators

9 a.m.- Once they were hunted, then they were protected, now they are farmed.  Come and learn the facts and history of the American Alligator.  Park at the Day-Use area off Hwy 30A. Take a short walk to the clubhouse. Call (850)267-0299 for more details.
For more information about Topsail Hill State Preserve go to:

Give Big FestivalHelp fill local food banks while you enjoy a day of great music

The Wailers scheduled to perform at 6:15 p.m.
The Wailers scheduled to perform at 6:15 p.m

Tickets are $35 or $35 at the door
To purchase advance tickets go to:
Schedule of events
11 a.m. – Give BIG Yoga

Music Lineup:
1 p.m. – Reed Waddle
2:15 p.m. – Gileah Taylor
4:00 p.m. – Donny Sundal
5:15 p.m. – Dread Clampitt
6:15 p.m. – The Wailers


eastereggEaster Eggstravaganza

Wee Care Park Soccer Field – DeFuniak Springs
10:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m.
More than 20,000 eggs to hunt, bicycle and Easter basket give aways, free hot dogs and drinks, clowns, face painting, bunny rabbits and more. Sponsored by the First Assembly of God, DeFuniak Springs. For more information call 850-892-2330.

Sunday, April 5th

dogClicks for Tricks Dog Training / Off Leash Etiquette for Dogs
Bark Park
12:30 pm  and 2:00 p.m.
For cost and registration go to:
The Bark Park is located in Santa Rosa Beach on J D Miller Road just off Highway 98, one block west of the 331 and 98 intersection. Turn north and the park is on the right just across the street from the electrical transfer station.