Trick or Treat at the Beach

Halloween Weekend is here!  Panama City Beach is full of events to help you celebrate the holiday weekend right.

Scarecrow Festival

October 28-29th, 2011- Oaks by the Bay Park

Scarecrows will be decorating the streets of St. Andrews State Park for the 3rd Annual Scarecrow Festival.  Many places compete based on pumpkin carving, but St. Andrews competes with Scarecrow customizing- make sure you check out this unique festival!  There will also be trick-or-treating and events for the whole family! Detailed information is available at the St. Andrews website.

Boo at the Beach

October 28-29th,2011- Pier Park

Pier Park will be hosting family friendly Halloween fun from 10am-12pm, with face painting, pumpkin carving, spooky stories, and a children’s costume contest!  Take your kids to the promo area across from Starbucks and enjoy the kid-friendly fun!

Halloween at Schooners

October 28th, 2011- Schooners

Enter to win a costume contest, with a first place prize of $300.  A total of $600 in cash and prizes will be given out at the 2011 Halloween Bash!  Costume pre-judging starts at 8pm with the contest and awards at midnight.  Phar Fletcher will performing during the party.  The outside of Schooners will be decked out in full spookiness, but the inside promises to be even scarier for this Halloween party!

ZooBoo

October 29th, 2011- ZooWorld

Dress up and bring a big candy bag to ZooWorld this weekend for trick-or-treating. From 5pm-8pm there will be trick-or-treating throughout the park and costume contests for children under age 15.

Toys for Kids Annual Halloween Bash

October 29th, 2011- Spinnaker Beach Club

Spinnaker will be hosting the Annual Toys for Kids Annual Halloween Bash, raising money for the Toys for Kids Foundation. This year’s theme is “Scary Tales.”  Doors will open at 8pm, with at $10 cover for those 21 and up and a $20 cover for those under age 21.  Over $1500 in cash and prizes will be given away and recipients including those participating in the costume contest.  Judging for the contest will begin at 11:45pm and finals will be at 12:45am.  Celebrating Halloween and raising money for local children, sounds like fun for a great cause!

Young Frankenstein

October 31st, 2011- Marina Civic Center

For $50 you can see the re-imagining of Dr. Frankenstein, buy tickets here!  Directed by award-winning director MelBrooks in 1974 this black and white film ranks in the top 50 comedies of all time.  Don’t miss your chance to see this film in theaters!

 

No matter how you choose to celebrate this Halloween, be safe and enjoy the holiday!

 

St. Andrews Mardi Gras, Royal Dinner!

Don’t forget!

St. Andrews Mardi Gras starts up on Weds, February 23.

It’s always a good sign to me when festivities launch with food, and considering the Krewe seem to know a thing or two about starting parties off right, it’s no surprise that this Wednesday is all about dining.

The Royal Dinner kicks off the rest of the weeks activities, Weds at 5:30pm. There’s a variety of participating restaurants, so take a look and find one that suits the family’s palate.

Granite Cafe, Uncle Ernie’s, Peg Legs, Captain’s Table, Shrimp Boat and Hunt’s

Full Schedule Here

Weekend Events – Eclectic!

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If the sun shines, we will plan it, execute it and revel in it.   Proof of this statement lies in the expanding events calenders County Wide.

We listed a few, eclectic options for you here but if you have something you want to share with us, don’t hesitate- let us know!

Weekend Events for February 25-27

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2011 St. Andrews Mardi Gras!

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St. Andrews Mardi Gras Parade & Festival is here, Feb 23- Feb 26!

This family event is being hosted by the Non-Profits: Krewe of St. Andrews and St. Andrews Waterfront Partnership

Event Schedule and Details Below (Rain Or Shine!)

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Secrets of PCB – Close Encounters!

Welcome to our Secrets of Panama City Beach series, showing you things about the beach, you’ve never dreamed of.

Well the New Year is sure off to a chilly start! Don’t let the cool weather stop you from heading to the beaches. Some of the best times to be had at the beach are when it’s cooler and calmer.

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Weekend Events – Thanksgiving on Panama City Beach

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A weekend to remember:  Everything from a good old-fashioned tree lighting to a moonlight -time boat parade!

Count your blessings if you’re here on Panama City Beach! You can have your Thanksgiving celebration, then relax and charge up for the upcoming holidays .  It’s always a great place to get some holiday pictures on the beach, and we’ve got some truly unique Bay County Christmas Traditions to share, like the Boat Parade of Lights! Bring a good jacket (just in case) so you won’t miss a thing!  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.

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Weekend Events – Thunder Beach, Oktoberfest, Dread Clampitt

Have you looked at the weather? – Wait-stay here – The main thing you’ll need this weekend on Panama City Beach is a nap; do bring sunscreen so you can nap on the beach if you like.  There are tons of great things happening in Panama City Beach this weekend, including Thunder Beach (and all their associated venues), Oktoberfest and more!

There is truly something for everyone here this weekend!

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