Port St. Joe Events

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The Forgotten Coast Sea Turtle Festival Returns to Port St. Joe

Find live music, delicious food, and refreshing beverages at the 5th Annual Forgotten Coast Sea Turtle Festival scheduled for Sunday June 27th, 2021 from 11AM to 4PM. Hosted by the Florida Coastal Conservancy and the Forgotten Coast Sea Turtle Center, the festival will be located in Marina Cove and George Core Park overlooking beautiful St. […] Read More

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Shop Local with Markets in Apalachicola, Carrabelle, Eastpoint, and Port St. Joe

One of the best ways to get a taste of a town is by visiting area farmers, arts, and crafts markets. Support local farmers, artists, and vendors while finding unique, handcrafted items and the freshest foods and treats. Shop your way along the Forgotten Coast with these four special markets. Apalachicola Downtown Market Stroll through […] Read More

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Calling All Anglers! The Bayou Bash 2021

Love to fish? The Bayou Bash 2021 is back and better than ever! Sponsored by the Swivel Sisters Women’s Fishing Club of Port St. Joe, the Bayou Bash Tournament is a free Forgotten Coast event scheduled for May 1st with raffles, the famous mullet toss, and of course FISHING! Also new this year is the […] Read More

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Best Blues on The Forgotten Coast | Blues on Reid 2021

Blues are BACK for the 16th year in a row! Coming to the heart of the Business District of historic Port St. Joe, Blues on Reid will host top local & regional acts on April 10, 2021.  Kelly Hundley and the Healers, Brett Waters and the Pool Boys, John Bull Band, Garnet and Soul, and […] Read More

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Shop Local with Markets in Apalachicola, Carrabelle, Eastpoint, and Port St. Joe

One of the best ways to get a taste of a town is by visiting area farmers, arts, and crafts markets. Support local farmers, artists, and vendors while finding unique, handcrafted items and the freshest foods and treats. Shop your way along the Forgotten Coast with these four special markets. Apalachicola Downtown Market Stroll through […] Read More

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Christmas on the Forgotten Coast | Five Fun Ways to Celebrate

There’s nothing quite like Christmas on the Forgotten Coast! Find five fun ways to get into the holiday spirit with festive events in Port St. Joe and Apalachicola. Apalachicola Historic Downtown Christmas Celebration | Apalachicola November 27th at Apalachicola Riverfront Park from 4pm to 8pm Head to Apalachicola’s Historic Downtown Christmas Celebration on the Saturday […] Read More

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Celebrate Halloween on the Forgotten Coast

Ghosts, goblins, and witches…oh my! It’s time to celebrate Halloween on the Forgotten Coast with spooky fun from Port St. Joe to Apalachicola. Spooktacular Trick-or-Treat Trail | St. George Island October 30th 6:30PM – 8:30PM at SGI Lighthouse Park More Info The St. George Lighthouse Association will be hosting a Spooktacular Trick-or-Treat Trail, a safe, […] Read More

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Junior Service League Easter Egg Hunt | April 11

It’s almost time for the annual Junior Service League Easter Egg Hunt at beautiful George Core Park! A favorite for area families, this free community event generally includes egg hunts for children ages 11 and under, face painting and of course, the Easter Bunny. Stay tuned for more details to be announced soon! The Junior […] Read More

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New Date for Forgotten Coast En Plein Air

Known as America’s Great Paint-Out, Forgotten Coast en Plein Air returns to the Forgotten Coast for its 15th year to document the Old Florida landscape and culture. The 10-day festival continues to focus on artistic excellence and the production of investment quality art and is among the world’s most prestigious plein air events. “With plein […] Read More

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The Best Blues on the Forgotten Coast

Blues on Reid returns to Port St. Joe on March 27th through March 28th for the sixteenth year of bringing outstanding blues to the Forgotten Coast. The Gulf County Chamber of Commerce presents this lively and free annual festival on Reid Avenue and 3rd Street in downtown Port St. Joe. In addition to live local […] Read More