This upcoming weekend will be a fantastic weekend in Panama City Beach to relax and get ready for the holiday season. Bring your camera and try a little nature photography or check out St. Andrews State Park. This is your chance to enjoy the beaches at perhaps their most lovely or do a little special shopping. It’ll be a unique time here on the world’s most beautiful beaches.
Yappy Hour at Salty Sue’s
Thursday evening at 6pm bring your pup for “Yappy Hour” at Salty Sue’s on Back Beach Road. They’re welcoming patrons and pets to their outdoor dining deck. There’s also a fenced play area, a raffle and door prizes, benefitting a local dog rescue organization. Recommended donation: $5
“Little Black Dress”
Take part in one of Panama City Beach’s favorite events. Boatyard hosts the Little Black Dress party on the third Thursday of every month! There’s free champagne for the ladies, live entertainment, gift bags and appetizers. Proceeds are donated to the American Cancer Society in the fight against Breast Cancer!
St. Andrews Waterfront Marina Market
This event is an exceptional opportunity to check out an old fashioned market at a brand new marina on breathtaking St Andrews Bay. The food, fun, music and shopping begins Saturday morning at 8:30 and goes until noon. You’ll find arts, crafts, fresh produce and seafood. Look for signs off of Beck Avenue in St. Andrews.
Christmas at the Fair
Remember the Fair? All the homemade goodies? Christmas at the Fair is the 6th annual juried show featuring artists throughout the Southeast United States. Here’s your chance to see all sorts of Christmas items and gift ideas with a focus on quality and originality. Go ahead and get your shopping done here and enjoy the rest of the season! You’ll find everything from fine art, jewelry, hand thrown pottery, stained glass, watercolor, personalized Christmas ornaments, to dog coats, and childrenís accessories. Admission is one canned good or a monetary donation to go to local church food pantries for the Thanksgiving and Christmas seasons. On East Highway 98, at the intersection of East Hwy 98 and East Avenue, Panama City.