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History of Diving Museum will join the global PADI Women Dive Day community to celebrate women in diving. The Museum will kick-off the day with a morning presentation by director and journalist Karuna Eberl. She will be speaking on her film The Guerrero Project, which is highlighted in the Museum's current Featured Exhibit. Slide on up to Sailfish Scuba for an afternoon dive trip focusing on heritage awareness dive practices. Divers will get to explore an archaeological site that the Diving
History of Diving Museum will join the global PADI Women Dive Day community to celebrate women in diving. The Museum will kick-off the day with a morning presentation by director and journalist Karuna Eberl. She will be speaking on her film The Guerrero Project, which is highlighted in the Museum's current Featured Exhibit. Slide on up to Sailfish Scuba for an afternoon dive trip focusing on heritage awareness dive practices. Divers will get to explore an archaeological site that the Diving
From 11 a.m. to 4 p.m, join a lobstering "how-to" seminar, refresh your knowledge of fishing regulations with Everglades Park rangers, meet some of the Florida Keys' Wild Bird Center friends, enjoy raffles, win prizes and more. Located at World Wide Sportsman, mile marker 81.5.
From 11 a.m. to 4 p.m, join a lobstering "how-to" seminar, refresh your knowledge of fishing regulations with Everglades Park rangers, meet some of the Florida Keys' Wild Bird Center friends, enjoy raffles, win prizes and more. Located at World Wide Sportsman, mile marker 81.5.
Please join Your Paddling Fools and Florida Keys Brewing Co. in Honoring and Supporting Our Courageous Service Men and Women and their Brave Families. Open to everyone to participate in a "poker" paddle race for kayaks and stand-up paddle boards in beautiful Islamorada. Essentially a "poker run" is an excuse to get together, have some fun and raise money and awareness for a great cause. The approximately 4-mile route will consist of five stops in mainly shallow water, including two sandbars. Pac
Please join Your Paddling Fools and Florida Keys Brewing Co. in Honoring and Supporting Our Courageous Service Men and Women and their Brave Families. Open to everyone to participate in a "poker" paddle race for kayaks and stand-up paddle boards in beautiful Islamorada. Essentially a "poker run" is an excuse to get together, have some fun and raise money and awareness for a great cause. The approximately 4-mile route will consist of five stops in mainly shallow water, including two sandbars. Pac
Four-person teams can sign up to compete. Friday at REEF headquarters, mile marker 98.3, late registrations are held at 5:30 p.m., and a one-hour mandatory Captain's Meeting follows for the team captains. New this year is remote attendance for Captains, via Go To Meeting. Details are on the REEF website. Teams may begin collecting lionfish at sunrise Saturday. All lionfish must be turned into the scoring station. After Sunday's collections are complete, there is to be lionfish scoring, fillet a
Four-person teams can sign up to compete. Friday at REEF headquarters, mile marker 98.3, late registrations are held at 5:30 p.m., and a one-hour mandatory Captain's Meeting follows for the team captains. New this year is remote attendance for Captains, via Go To Meeting. Details are on the REEF website. Teams may begin collecting lionfish at sunrise Saturday. All lionfish must be turned into the scoring station. After Sunday's collections are complete, there is to be lionfish scoring, fillet a
Since 2013, swimmers participate in an 8-mile roundtrip race from Islamorada to the Alligator Lighthouse and back. Proceeds help provide scholarship opportunities to those students in need and who wish to pursue competitive swimming, as well as raise awareness of the need to preserve the treasured, historic offshore lighthouses along the Florida Keys.
Since 2013, swimmers participate in an 8-mile roundtrip race from Islamorada to the Alligator Lighthouse and back. Proceeds help provide scholarship opportunities to those students in need and who wish to pursue competitive swimming, as well as raise awareness of the need to preserve the treasured, historic offshore lighthouses along the Florida Keys.
Named after the man known affectionately as "Mr. Everglades," the event is headquartered at the Islander Resort, located at mile marker (MM) 82.1. Anglers are challenged to target seven species of fish in two days during this one-of-a-kind tournament, staged in the boundaries of Everglades National Park, fishing areas that Lucerne favored. The event was founded to serve three main purposes: invite anglers from all over the world to experience the unique environment and unparalleled fishing of Ev
Named after the man known affectionately as "Mr. Everglades," the event is headquartered at the Islander Resort, located at mile marker (MM) 82.1. Anglers are challenged to target seven species of fish in two days during this one-of-a-kind tournament, staged in the boundaries of Everglades National Park, fishing areas that Lucerne favored. The event was founded to serve three main purposes: invite anglers from all over the world to experience the unique environment and unparalleled fishing of Ev
Floating greens, golf boats and biodegradable fish food balls highlight the annual "par-tee" on the water during the popular Conch Scramble charity golf tournament. Fans of golf and boating can expect to have a "hole" lot of fun honing their swings and raising money for charity one shot at a time. Up to 50 teams can enter this one-of-a-kind golf experience. Teams make stops at eight different Islamorada waterfront venues and come ashore to tee off. Each player has two shots at the floating holes
Floating greens, golf boats and biodegradable fish food balls highlight the annual "par-tee" on the water during the popular Conch Scramble charity golf tournament. Fans of golf and boating can expect to have a "hole" lot of fun honing their swings and raising money for charity one shot at a time. Up to 50 teams can enter this one-of-a-kind golf experience. Teams make stops at eight different Islamorada waterfront venues and come ashore to tee off. Each player has two shots at the floating holes
The second tournament in the Redbone Celebrity Tournament Series targets permit and bonefish to raise money for cystic fibrosis research. Past participants include legendary angler Stu Apte, former Denver Bronco and Tampa Bay Buccaneer Mark Cooper and Major League Baseball Hall of Famer Wade Boggs.
The second tournament in the Redbone Celebrity Tournament Series targets permit and bonefish to raise money for cystic fibrosis research. Past participants include legendary angler Stu Apte, former Denver Bronco and Tampa Bay Buccaneer Mark Cooper and Major League Baseball Hall of Famer Wade Boggs.
Female fishing fans can learn or polish angling skills during the award-winning weekend seminar. More than 8,000 female graduates have immersed themselves in the annual lighthearted yet skill-heavy curriculum to learn and hone abilities in offshore, bottom, inshore and fly fishing.
Female fishing fans can learn or polish angling skills during the award-winning weekend seminar. More than 8,000 female graduates have immersed themselves in the annual lighthearted yet skill-heavy curriculum to learn and hone abilities in offshore, bottom, inshore and fly fishing.

Big Pine and the Lower Keys News

The Official Florida Keys and Key West Web Site is your Premier Travel Guide to the Florida Keys: Key Largo, Islamorada, Marathon, Lower Keys, Key West. Accommodations, Real Estate, Diving & Snorkeling, Fishing & Boating, Museums & Tours, Restaurants & Bars, Theaters & Art Galleries, Events and more. Brought to you by the Monroe County Tourist Development Council.

Key West Events Calendar

The Official Florida Keys and Key West Web Site is your Premier Travel Guide to the Florida Keys: Key Largo, Islamorada, Marathon, Lower Keys, Key West. Accommodations, Real Estate, Diving & Snorkeling, Fishing & Boating, Museums & Tours, Restaurants & Bars, Theaters & Art Galleries, Events and more. Brought to you by the Monroe County Tourist Development Council.

This is the original and oldest ongoing 5K Run in Key West and takes place as part of the the annual Hemingway Days Festival. The race course is a scenic flat course that runs past Key West's most famous landmarks including the Ernest Hemingway Home, the iconic Southernmost Point and the famous Green Parrot Bar. Visit website for more details.
Discovery Saturday from 10-11 a.m. is hosted by Mote Marine. Activities will focus on learning about lionfish, iguanas, pythons, and other invasive species. "Invaders of the Keys," hosted by the Key West Aquarium, will help children understand the effect nonnative animals have on the local environment.Space is limited. The Florida Keys Eco-Discover Center, operated by Florida Keys National Marine Sanctuary, hosts Discovery Saturday for children in kindergarten through fifth grade on the third Sa
A festival tradition, this wacky event is sponsored by Sloppy Joe's Bar and features Hemingway® Look-Alike Contest winners and entrants dressed in their Pamplona best — and a breed of "bull" found only in Key West. The fun starts on Greene Street outside Sloppy Joe's. Starts at 1 p.m., free to spectate.
The Nursery at the Key West Tropical Forest & Botanical Garden will be offering native trees, shrubs and vines for sale from 9am to noon. Nursery volunteers have propagated 161 species of plants bringing the inventory to more than 1,500 plants which attract butterflies and birds. Many plants are on the State of Florida endangered species list. Sizes range from one-gallon to 15-gallon pots. Key West Tropical Forest members receive a 15% discount. All proceeds directly benefit the Garden's co
Presented by Literacy Volunteers of America-Monroe County. Several blocks of Key West's famed Duval Street, beginning at Front Street, are closed to vehicular traffic and transformed into an open-air island market with arts, crafts, jewelry, tropical clothing and food. From 10 a.m. to 10 p.m.
Pro surfer-turned musician Donovan Frankenreiter will be back to send out his breezy, laid-back vibes and upbeat lyrics in an early evening performance at historic Fort East Martello, 3501 S. Roosevelt Blvd. The show is part of Key West Art & Historical Society's "Music at Martello Series," a program established to promote the arts and foster the Fort as a community venue. Concertgoers are encouraged to bring chairs and blankets for the "backyard casual" setup that will include food vendors an
Join Florida Keys National Marine Sanctuary for the Get Into Your Sanctuary Eco-Fair, hosted at the Florida Keys Eco-Discovery Center, 35 E. Quay Rd. From 11 a.m. to 2 p.m., learn about the sanctuary's underwater habitats and animals, coral reef restoration efforts, and how to responsibly enjoy the natural marine environment that drives the local economy and the unique way of life in the Florida Keys. Open to the public with free admission, this event is weather dependent. Located in NOAA's Dr.
The Key West Business Guild presents this all-male celebration that typically includes pool and dance parties, on-the-water adventures and a fashion show that raises money for a local non-profit organization.
Nearly 200 beers and micro-brews are on tap at this "tasty" annual event that benefits the charitable efforts of the Key West Sunrise Rotary Club of the Conch Republic. Events from beer dinners, beer brunches, happy hour parties, pool parties, late-night parties, seminars and the Signature Tasting Festival Event (Aug. 31) are some of the offered activities.
Each year thousands of ladies come together over the Labor Day weekend and stay for a wide range of activities and events during four days of revelry and fun. Key West welcomes women from across the globe to an annual celebration that has become one of the largest gatherings of lesbians and friends in North America's Womenfest.
In the first of three tournaments in the annual Redbone Celebrity Tournament Series, also called The Trilogy, anglers target tarpon, permit and bonefish to achieve the coveted "flats grand slam." The event raises funds for the fight against cystic fibrosis. A number of celebrities show their support by taking part in the tournament each year. Celebrity competitors have included Major League Baseball Hall of Famer Wade Boggs, former Denver Broncos football player Mark Cooper and former NASA space
Amy Grant has been strumming her way through a 30-plus year adventure as a singer-songwriter, author, television host and speaker. Grant was most recently inducted into the Gospel Music Hall of Fame in Nashville. In April 2016, Grant celebrated the 25th anniversary of her first pop hit, "Baby Baby", with a worldwide release of a new version of the song featuring pop sensation and fellow Capitol Music Group recording artist Tori Kelly. Show starts 8 p.m., doors open 7 p.m.
This event is one of a kind! Imagine running through the southernmost island in the United States while enjoying a break from the ordinary. The Southernmost Marathon & Half promises just that- 26.2 or 13.1 miles of ocean and gulf views, as well as iconic Key West landmarks. A full weekend of events including a 10k and 5k are planned.
Held in Key West's historic Bahama Village neighborhood, the lively, family-friendly Goombay is known for its island-style food, arts and crafts, nonstop live entertainment and dancing in the streets. Visitors can experience sights, sounds and flavors recalling Key West's Bahamian heritage. FREE event, noon to midnight both days.
This outrageous 10-day costuming and masking celebration features flamboyant masquerade competitions including one for pets, a headdress ball, exuberant promenades, street fairs and a grand parade that stars marching groups, island-style bands and lavish floats.