Weekend Events – Pier Opening, Circus, Steel Magnolias

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Sunny Indian Summer weather welcomes you to take part in historic openings at beach piers, check out a circus big top, scarecrows and a jazz festival-come on down!

Piers- Grand Opening

The city and county fishing piers will hold twin celebrations Friday to mark the official completion of both structures.

First head out to Bay Countyís M.B. Miller Pier at 2 p.m. There’ll be cake! (and a fishing contest) The fishing competition begins each Friday at 5 a.m. and ends at 5 p.m. on Sunday at both piers.

At Panama City Beach’s Russell-Fields Pier, beginning at 4 p.m., Scott Lindsey remembers Dan Russell and Elgin “Popeye” Fields Jr.  Hookd Pier Cafe hosts their grand opening – free food. Even more food courtesy Buffalo Wild Wings, Reggae Jís Island Grill and Back Porch Seafood & Oyster House- and live music.

If this isn’t enough fun- watch out for fireworks at BOTH piers-  8 o’clock Friday night!

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FREE Tickets to Steel Magnolias, The Play

Last weekend, this weekend and next weekend Steel Magnolias is playing at the Kaleidoscope Theatre in Lynn Haven and we have two free tickets that will go to one lucky winner.  We’ve been sitting on these tickets all week, but this is the first chance I’ve had to get them up here.  So, we’ll do the drawing on Wednesday of next week, you can pick up the tickets after that for next weekend’s performance.

So, like other contests, all you have to do to be considered an entrant is post a comment in the comment section below.  That’s it!  There is no entry form or anything fancy. . .  just post a comment and you’ll be considered an entrant to this contest.

These tickets are general admission tickets to the Steel Magnolias production being put on by the Kaleidoscope Theatre, which is located in Lynn Haven.  The production is running this weekend (22nd, 23rd, and the 24th) and next weekend (29th, 30th, and the 31st).  The show times are 2 pm and 7:30 pm.  For more information or to make a reservation, call 850-265-3226 or visit their website.

Rules:

  • Each entrant can enter once and only once (we can verify this by ip AND cookies) and must use a valid first name and email address.
  • Contest begins when this post is published and ends on Wednesday October 27th, 2010 at 12 noon CST.  We’ll choose the winners later that day.
  • There will be 1 winner total.
  • By entering you are opting in to receive future newsletters and emails from PCBDaily and CYber SYtes and you are opening yourself up to the greatest resource for news and information Panama City Beach has to offer.
  • If you are selected and you do not respond to our email notifying you of winning within 23 hours of the close of the contest, then we reserve the right to award the prize to another entrant.
  • This giveaway is open to anyone in the continental United States.  If you win, you will be solely responsible for making arrangements with CYber SYtes to redeem your prize.  Or depending on the prize, we may be willing to mail your prize to you, so long as you say please, nicely.
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Cole Bros Circus Here THIS WEEKEND

The tent is pitched, elephants on call and a huge white people canon is standing by ready to entertain this weekend at Frank Brown Park.  Normally this circus sets up at the Panama City mall, but this year, they’ve come to the beach.

I’ll keep this short

Here is the schedule:

Friday: 4:30 pm and 7:30 pm

Saturday: 1:30 pm, 4:30 pm and 7:30 pm

Sunday: 1:30 pm and 4:30 pm

Here is the pricing:

General Admission:  Adult – $17, Child – $12

Reserved Seats:  Adult – $20, Child – $15

VIP Seats:  Adult – $22, Child – $17

The tent seats around 2000 with acts like the Globe of Death and the Human Cannonball set to dazzle you and your kids this weekend.  Have fun!

The BP Effect – Captain Anderson’s Marina

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The BP Effect series, so far, has been a blast to write.  I’ve had the opportunity to meet tons of great people and get a real feel for how dynamic this incident was and how broad-ranging the effects have and continue to be.  This is the fourth article in the series and today I’m talking about a business that has had, arguably, one of the most literal direct impacts from the BP Deepwater Horizon Gulf oil spill.  Captain Anderson’s Marina’s business IS the water.  They have four sources of revenue, all of them are directly and indirectly tied to the Gulf of Mexico.  But first, I want to clear some stuff up.  And, rather than rant on here, click here to read about what caused this summer’s economic disaster in Panama City Beach.

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The Oil Spill and What Caused this Summer's Economic Disaster

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With The BP Effect article series, I keep seeing a resounding theme of comments, and I wanted to clear something up.

The cause of the “disaster” part of this whole incident was two fold and without both of them, there would have been no “disaster” here in Panama City Beach.  The word “disaster” in terms of how Panama City Beach was effected relates not to how much oil was on the beach (because there was practically no product EVER reported on our beaches), but to how our area was effected ECONOMICALLY.  The first was the actual BP oil spill.  Had that not happened, the second wouldn’t have been a factor.

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VIDEO: Symphonic Jubilation A Dazzling Event

If you missed Panama City Pops Orchestra’s opening concert you missed on of the most uplifting and awe-inspiring performances of the year. Highly acclaimed classical pianist Louis Stewart exhilarated an audience of 750 with a rendition of Rhapsody in Blue and the orchestra played Tchaikovsky’s “Sleeping Beauty Waltz”, “Clair De Lune” as well as new pieces by renowned composer, Jack M. Jarrett who was in attendance.

The next show will be Battle of the Batons held on Saturday, January 15, 2011 at 7:30 PM. Click here for more information.

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