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Salty Dog Day 2020
The Market at St. Andrews will host its 4th annual Salty Dog Day event, celebrating all things dog in Salty St. Andrews, Saturday, Feb. 29, 8 a.m.-1 p.m. This dog-friendly event is an extension of The Market at St. Andrews with proceeds benefiting Bonnie’s Purpose and Operation Spay Bay. The market will include dog merchandise vendors, veterinarians, groomers, a shot clinic, a microchip booth, treat stations, dog play area, food, music, shopping and entertainment, as well as blessing of the dogs, adoptions, a Pup Crawl throughout St. Andrews, a silent auction, raffles, and so much fun for dogs and their humans. Salty Dog Mayor Riley will be in attendance to meet and greet her constituents.
Special Thanks to our Top Dog Sponsor:
The Panama City Publishing Co. Museum will host its 4th annual St. Patrick’s Day Pub Crawl fundraiser on Saturday, Mar. 14, 2020 in Historic St. Andrews. This fundraiser helps fund The Panama City Publishing Co. Museum and other vital historic preservation efforts in St. Andrews. Enjoy Irish Music, Irish Dancing, Green Beer, Raffles, Door Prizes, T-shirts, great deals for passport holders and more fun than you can imagine!
– Pub Crawlers can purchase their Pub Crawl Passport for $5 minimum donation at the Panama City Publishing Co. Museum at 1134 Beck Ave., beginning Mar. 3. Passports contain great deals, good all day Saturday, Mar. 14, at participating bars and restaurants in St. Andrews. REMEMBER, YOU HAVE TO HAVE A PASSPORT TO GET THE DEALS.
– Pub Crawl festivities will kick off in the Uncle Ernie’s parking lot at the corner of 12th Street and Bayview Avenue. Festivities include the 21st annual James McVeigh, Sr., St. Patrick’s Day March down Bayview Ave. led by the Panama City Pipes & Drums. After which, everyone can take their passport to all the participating bars in St Andrews and enjoy some awesome deals.
– Start the day with some St. Patrick’s Day family fun at The Market at St. Andrews, from 8 a.m. to 1 p.m, with locally crafted products and fresh produce.
Download this free app on your smart phone to take a self-guided walking tour to explore the rich heritage of Historic St. Andrews.
This app is part of a statewide digital network of walking tours created by the Florida Humanities Council Florida Stories program, sponsored by the Florida Humanities Council with funds from the Florida Department of State, Division of Cultural Affairs and the Florida Council on Arts and Culture.
As our community recovers from the disastrous effects of Hurricane Michael, The Historic St. Andrews Waterfront Partnership would like to recognize the residents of St. Andrews who’ve worked hard to reclaim their yards from the destruction.
The community is invited to nominate deserving yards for the award by emailing nominees to firstname.lastname@example.org, by the 15th of each month, when the committee will decide the following month’s recipient of the Yard of the Month Award.
Members of the Yard of the Month committee will select the winner each month, recognizing that some areas will be in the process of rebuilding, and will present each month’s winner with an award on the first Tuesday of each month, which will include a gift donated by Lowe’s Home Improvement and a Yard of the Month sign displayed in their yard for one month, at which time, the sign would be moved to the next month’s award recipient.
To ensure geographic distribution, the committee will choose a yard each month from a different section of St. Andrews. Please see map below.