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Florida Keys Events Calendar

Florida Keys Calendar of Events for November, 2014

Key West /
April 6
November 30
More than 40 species of fish are targeted during these months, with divisions for men, women, junior anglers (ages 10 to 14) and Pee Wees (under 10 years old). The Key West Fishing Tournament strongly encourages the release of game fish. All participating anglers receive certificates noting their catches and qualify for a variety of prizes.

Contact: Rob Harris 305-587-6718; Doris 305-295-6601
Email: kwft@comcast.net
Marathon /
October 13
December 19
Visitors who participate in DRC's 'Meet the Dolphin' program can bring their own Santa hats, reindeer antlers or other accessories to use while posing. DRC's experienced photographers will shoot the pictures using high-resolution digital cameras guests go onto a floating dock to give backrubs and share a "flippershake" with a dolphin and have their photo taken.

Contact: 305-289-1121
Marathon /
November 13
December 6
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It's right before Christmas in Tuna, Texas. Arles & Thurston, local radio hosts, regale us with farm reports, Klan 249's Skeet Shoot, and the Little Theatre's Christmas program. Tuna citizens come alive with angst, sweetness, and humor. The spirit of Christmas resonates. This hilarious portrayal of Americana will keep you smiling all holiday season. Visit theatre's website for tickets. Showtime 8 p.m., matinee 3 p.m.

Contact: 305-743-0994
Email: gm@marathontheater.org
Islamorada /
November 13
January 18
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More than 150 images and stories comprise a photographic collection of the building, use and end of Henry Flagler's railroad as well as the development of the first Overseas Highway, displayed at the Keys History & Discovery Center, located at mile marker (MM) 82, on the grounds of the Islander Resort, a Guy Harvey Outpost. The exhibit is open Thursdays through Sundays, 10 a.m.-5 p.m. General admission is $12. Admission for seniors is $10 and children 13-under are free.

Contact: 305-922-2237
Key West /
November 26
30
The oceanfront Casa Marina Resort, located at 1500 Reynolds St., opens its gates to the public during Thanksgiving weekend to host the first International Sand Sculpting Competition held in Key West. Spectators can watch and marvel as six world-renowned sand sculptors compete against each other, creating intricate sculptures using their own unique designs and skill sets.

Email: info@sandisle.com
Key West /
November 28
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With a stomp of his foot, and a hand held high in the air, national stage performer Art Poco declares, "Let me hear the organ music!" as he channels his alter-ego, Father Al Dente. This singing, swinging priest is part comedian, part evangelist, a little bit of a cad, and all heart as he shares his unique view of the world. The good Father enjoys his 'church red' with a 'holy smoke', and although repressed, he's not dead, and still has an eye for the ladies.

Contact: 305-296-9911
Email: moreinfo@redbarntheatre.com
Key West /
November 28
30
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This annual event comprises three days of artistry throughout historic Old Town, with spotlight events rotating among the island's multiple cultural districts. Highlights include live mural painting, gallery openings and showcases, performance art, theater and musical performances.

Contact: Lee McMannis 305-619-9459
Email: artkeywestfestival@gmail.com
Islamorada /
November 29
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Enjoy live music for all ages at a family-friendly free outdoor community band concert as the season-opener for Pops in the Park, to start at 4 p.m. at the waterfront ICE Amphitheater, Founders Park, MM 87 bayside. Admission is free for the outdoor concert, bring lawn chairs or blankets. Presented by Keys Community Concert Band.

Contact: Donna Heiner 305-853-7294
Email: heinerdonna@yahoo.com
Key West /
November 29
30
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World-class vocalist, Bob Hoose is Frank Sinatra. Nationally acclaimed tribute artist, Art Poco is Dean Martin. Individually, each of these talented headliners is capable of 'wowing' the crowd on its own, but put them together and you have an unforgettable powerhouse of a show!

Contact: 305-296-9911
Email: moreinfo@redbarntheatre.com
Big Pine & the Lower Keys /
November 29
Highlights of this holiday event include live music by local entertainers, food, exhibits and booths featuring locally produced arts and crafts. Festivities traditionally take place on the grounds of the Lower Keys Chamber of Commerce, MM 31 oceanside.

Contact: 305-872-2411
Email: executivedirector@lowerkeyschamber.com
Key West /
November 30
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The Key West Artisan Market is a vibrant, open air bazaar filled with artists, authors, chef-made cuisine, craftspeople, performers, fresh produce, baked goods, cheeses and flowers, craft beer & wine from residents representing the diversity of creativity, ingenuity and locally made products of the Keys & Key West. Held the first Sunday of the month, during season (thru May) outdoors at the Restaurant Store, 1111 Eaton. Free family & pet friendly event.

Contact: Sean Krikorian 573-619-2200
Email: sean@dailyplan-it.net

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