Florida Keys
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January 14 to January 15,  in Big Pine
Nautical Flea Market
January 14 to January 15
Admission and parking at this event are free, held at the Lower Keys Chamber of Commerce grounds, MM31, from 8AM to 2PM. Find steals and deals on everything imaginable for boating, fishing, diving and more, from nearly 200 vendors. Crafts, food and beverage, live music and entertainment round out the two-day event.
Contact: 305-872-2411
Email: adminassist@lowerkeyschamber.com

December 13 to January 07,  in Key West
Waterfront Playhouse presents: It's Only a Play
December 13 to January 07
It's opening night for a new Broadway play called, The Golden Egg, and all of New York show biz has gathered for the opening night party to anxiously await the reviews. It's a celebration of theatre at its best...and theatre people behaving their not-so-best. All performances at 8 p.m., no shows 12/24 or 12/31.
Contact: 305-294-5015

January 12 to January 22,  in Key West
Fringe Theater presents: Agnes of God
January 12 to January 22
A novice nun. A dead newborn child. A court-appointed psychiatrist and a mother superior battle for the life of the novice nun, Agnes. Is she gifted in the mysteries of faith or guilty of cold-blooded murder? A psychological war ensues. Performance dates January 12-15 and 19-22, show starts 7 p.m. at The Studios of Key West at 533 Eaton Street.
Contact: 305-731-0581

January 24 to February 11,  in Key West
Waterfront Playhouse presents: The Trip to Bountiful
January 24 to February 11
American masterpiece about the universal pull that we all feel for "home." Carrie Watts is an elderly widow, trapped in the tiny Houston apartment of her overprotective son and domineering daughter-in-law, who wants to return to her hometown of Bountiful - one last time before she dies. With pension check in hand, she breaks free. Her journey is filled with humor and tenderness that's both touching and life-affirming.
Contact: 305-294-5015

January 26,  in Key West
South Florida Symphony presents: Ubermensch
January 26
Featuring violin soloist Tessa Lark, enjoy a Korngold concerto for violin and orchestra. Performance at 7:30 p.m., Florida Keys Community College, Tennessee Williams Theatre

January 27 to January 29,  in Key West
Fish for Jose!
January 27 to January 29
Enjoy music, dinners, guest speakers, live auctions and more during this inaugural celebration of Jose Wejebe and his mission of giving back to the Florida Keys fishing community! This three-day event encourages the local community to take time to do something new and/or share a fishing experience with a friend—something that will help continue to spread Jose Wejebe's mission of giving back. Additionally, both the Foundation and the event help carry on Jose's legacy of making fishing dreams come true through organizations like Make-A-Wish Foundation and the Veterans Recreation Department of the Miami VA Hospital.

January 11 to January 18,  in Florida Keys
Third Annual Paradise Paint Out
January 11 to January 18
The third annual Paradise Paint Out welcomes 21 renowned artists who will paint the Florida Keys "en plein air" (in open air). Artist will create an original series of paintings capturing images of flora, fauna, wildlife, architecture, Florida Bay and iconic locations both on and off the beaten path. Event highlights include Full Moon Nocturnal Painting in Marathon, all are welcome to observe or participate; the Mayor's Ball marks the midway point, with paintings available for purchase before they are moved to the Upper Keys; Florida Bay Day en plein air, a day of painting the Florida Bay. Other event highlights include free daily activities such as artist demonstration nocturnal painting and various receptions for collectors, patrons and visitors.
Email: KHolmes@fkcs.org

January 05,  in Key West
Key West Garden Club Educational Lecture Series: Orchids in the Keys
January 05
Educational lectures are open to the public, from 1:30 - 3:30 p.m. Subjects pertain to gardening and environmental topics in the Florida Keys. Refreshments are served at the conclusion of each lecture. This month's topic is what orchids do well in the Keys, featuring Jay Pfahl, president of the Key West Orchid Society.
Contact: Jane Tiedeman 305-923-3820
Email: tiedemanjane@gmail.com

January 21 to January 22,  in Key West
Key West Kingfish Mayhem
January 21 to January 22
Big fish, big money! Come fish for some of the largest kingfish in Florida Keys waters in this new tournament. Fishing headquartered at Stock Island Marina. First prize could earn $15,000 cash, based on a 50-boat field.
Contact: Jimmy Wickett 954-605-8284
Email: captjimmy@getchasomecharters.com

January 24 to January 28,  in Key West
Key-West-to-Cuba Theatrical Exchange
January 24 to January 28
Key West Theater will present a full production of the Cuban play "Eclipse" by renowned Cuban playwright Jazz Vilá in English with Cuban actors, the first theatrical exchange to take place between America and Cuba in more than 50 years. "Eclipse" is a modern retelling of the classic play "Miss Julie" by August Strindberg, which uses the tool of reality television to contemporize the classic work.
Contact: (305) 985-0433

January 08,  in Key West
Key West Theater presents A Night of Key West Soul with Coffee Butler & Friends
January 08
Lofton "Coffee" Butler was born and raised in Key West. This performance will also include the best of Key West Soul artists all born and raised on the island. Showtime 8 p.m., 512 Eaton Street.
Contact: 305-985-0433
Email: info@thekeywesttheater.com

January 12,  in Key West
Key West Theater presents: Dave Mason
January 12
Rock and Roll Hall of Famer Dave Mason will revisit his classic 1970 masterpiece Alone Together on his new 'Alone Together Again' US tour. Mason's debut solo album is one of America's most beloved classic rock albums, Alone Together.
Contact: 305-985-0433
Email: info@thekeywesttheater.com

January 15,  in Key West
Key West Theater presents: Jonathan Edwards
January 15
Four decades into a stellar career of uncompromising musical integrity, the man simply delivers, night after night - songs of passion, songs of insight, songs of humor, all rendered in that pure and powerful tenor which, like fine wine, has only grown sweeter with age.
Contact: 305-985-0433
Email: info@thekeywesttheater.com

January 21,  in Key West
Key West Theater presents: Phil Vassar w. Shastina Chiles
January 21
Billboard Country Songwriter Of The Year Phil Vassar continues to churn out incisive, soulful lyrics with infectious melodies. Best known for the chart toppers "In A Real Love" and "Just Another Day In Paradise," Phil Vassar also hit the top ten with "Carlene," "Last Day Of My Life," "American Child," "Six-Pack Summer," "That's When I Love You" and "Love Is A Beautiful Thing." Key West resident Shastina Chiles plays her own solo, as well as duo gigs all over the Florida Keys.
Contact: 305-985-0433
Email: info@thekeywesttheater.com

January 29,  in Key West
Key West Theater presents: The Ramble
January 29
Key West musicians come together to perform in this exclusive concert experience: a celebratory night of live music featuring the best talent the southernmost island has to offer. Special guests include Dora Gholson, Carter Brothers, Pete & Wayne and Robert Douglas.
Contact: 305-985-0433
Email: info@thekeywesttheater.com

January 16,  in Key West
Friends of Key West Library Speaker Series: Calvin Trillin
January 16
Enjoy distinguished journalist and author Calvin Trillin, whose articles are diverse, both serious and whimsical. They include politics, the cultural importance of Texas barbecue, itinerant chefs with unwanted followings, the effect of New York City water on buffalo mozzarella, and the tic-tac-toe playing chickens of Greenwich Village. Lectures are at the Key West Theater, 512 Eaton St. and admission is free. The talks begin promptly at 6:00 p.m., but seating begins at 5:30 on a first come first serve basis.

January 22,  in Key West
Performance at St. Paul's presents: The Lopez/Tabor Duo
January 22
Violinist Alfonso Lopez and pianist Michelle Tabor present a varied program that comprises works from Bach and Beethoven to the 19th century Frenchman, Lalo, as well as some sparkling Hispanic compositions. Performance at St. Paul's Church, 401 Duval St. Tickets $20.

December 16 to January 15,  in Key West
Key West Theater presents: Throw Me on the Burnpile and Light Me Up
December 16 to January 15
Enjoy the theater's first play of the season. Oscar-nominated screenwriter and playwright Lucy Alibar created this magical play that revolves around her unfor-gettable Southern childhood, which includes: a lecherous goat, Pentecostals on the radio, phone calls from death row, and her Daddy's burn pile.

January 29,  in Key West
26th Annual Al Mueller Golf Tournament
January 29
Join the Big Pine & Lower Keys Rotary for the 26th Annual Take Stock in Children (Al Mueller Memorial Classic) golf tournament at the Key West Golf Course. The format is a 4-person team best ball scramble. Registration starts at 6:30 a.m. Play starts at 7:30 a.m. Cost is $100 per player. This includes 2 mulligans, 2 red tees and an awards luncheon at the end of the tournament. There will be hole prizes, raffle prizes and 50/50.
Contact: Register (305) 294-5232
Email: wtycoliz@msn.com

January 26,  in Marathon
Marathon Public Library presents: Free Outdoor Concert
January 26
The Marathon Branch of Monroe County Public Library is proud to present its first free outdoor concert from 7 p.m. to 9 p.m. Folk-rock duo The Kennedys will be performing under the stars on the library's brand-spanking-new outdoor stage in the back garden. Join us for some fine tunes, excellent companionship and light refreshments (and awesome twinkle lights). In the event of inclement weather, the concert will be moved indoors into the community room. The singer-songwriters are both a band and husband and wife, and have been performing together for 20 years. Their musical influences include the Beatles, Bob Dylan, Buddy Holly, the Everly Brothers and the Byrds. The Marathon Public Library is at 3251 Overseas Highway, oceanside.
Contact: 305-743-5156

January 26,  in Key West
Key West Art & Historical Society Distinguished Speaker Series: Running with the Bulls
January 26
In 1926, Ernest Hemingway's novel "The Sun Also Rises" portrayed a dangerous, 875-meter run with bulls in Pamplona, which would subsequently become one of the most famous events in the world because of it. From 6:00 pm - 7:00 pm, John Hemingway, grandson of the legendary author and Key West Art & Historical Society's Distinguished Speaker guest, will appear at the San Carlos Institute to present his own unique experience with the run and the Pamplona Posse affiliated with it. Cost is $25 for members, $35 for nonmembers.
Contact: 305-295-6616, x115

January 11,  in Islamorada
Life of Dr. Henry Perrine Subject of Documentary Premiering at Keys History & Discovery Center
January 11
The Life & Times of Dr. Henry Perrine is the subject of a documentary short that reveals many little known facts about Florida's first visionary botanist/plant explorer. Dr. Henry Perrine was first recognized for his research with Quinine as a medicinal cure for malaria. Later as U.S. Consul to Yucatan in the 1830s, he introduced many beneficial tropical plants to the Florida Keys from Mexico and the Caribbean. Arriving on Indian Key in the Florida Territory on Christmas Day 1838, his Tropical Plant Company would come to an end with Dr. Perrine's untimely death on August 7, 1840 during an Indian attack during the Second Seminole War. The documentary show times are 11 a.m., 2 p.m., 4 p.m. and 6 p.m. Cost of Center members is $5 and $10 for non-members. Reservations are recommended.
Contact: 305-922-2237
Email: info@keysdiscovery.com

January 29,  in Key West
Key West Impromptu Classical Concerts presents: Ashu
January 29
Ashu has cultivated a pioneering career as the first and only full-time concert saxophone soloist. He has established an extraordinary ability to communicate with audiences around the world through his charismatic and emotive performance style. Show starts 4 p.m., St. Paul's Episcopal Church, 401 Duval St.
Email: kmcvhooper@comcast.net

January 08,  in Key West
Visit the Family-Friendly Sheriff's Animal Farm
January 08
Looking for a fun place to take the kids? The Sheriff's Animal Farm is open 1 - 3 p.m. Bring the family and come visit the many animals at the farm. It is free of charge, but donations are welcomed because that is how the farm is sustained. The farm is located just off of College Road, on Stock Island, at the Sheriff's Office Headquarters complex. Open house is held the second and fourth Sundays of the month.
Contact: Farmer Jeanne Selander 305-293-7300

January 28,  in Islamorada
Saltwater Sportsman Seminar Series
January 28
Salt Water Sportsman National Seminar Series provides anglers of all experience levels valuable techniques and tips for fishing. The 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. event is to be staged at the Coral Shores High School's Performing Arts Theater, mile marker 89.9 oceanside. George Poveromo, host of "George Poveromo's World of Saltwater Fishing" on NBC Sports Network and editor-at-large for "Salt Water Sportsman" magazine is to headline the program alongside a series of veteran Florida Keys-based fishing guides. Each seminar location offers chances to win a trip to the Florida Keys!
Contact: 1-800-448-7360

January 06,  in Key West
The Reverend Peyton's Big Damn Band
January 06
The Reverend Peyton's Big Damn Band promises to be a sandal-stomping, scorcher of a debut for these innovators of Americana. A lifelong student of American roots and blues music styles, and a self-proclaimed disciple of country-blues pioneers like Charley Patton and Mississippi Fred McDowell, The Reverend (Josh) Peyton has always been committed to authenticity. The charismatic multi-instrumentalist has innovated a way to plug in and play most anything you can lay hands on. At any time during a show he may produce an instrument built from a cigar box, or an axe handle, or a can of ham. Show time 8 p.m. at Key West Theater, 512 Eaton St.

January 23 to January 30,  in Key West
Kelly McGillis Classic International Flag Football Championship
January 23 to January 30
Women and girls from around the world are to meet on the playing field for hard-fought sporting action. Each year, more than 26 teams from across the United States, Mexico, Central America, Sweden and India participate.
Contact: 305-896-8678
Email: iwffa@iwffa.com

January 18,  in Islamorada
History of Diving Museum's Immerse Yourself! Lecture Series
January 18
A free lecture series held at the museum, located at MM 82.9, every third Wednesday of the month at 7 p.m. Adventurers from treasure hunters to aquanauts help tell the story of mankind's attempts to explore, understand and venture under the sea. The evening lectures are informal, informative and provide a valuable educational resource at the museum, an acclaimed facility dedicated to the collection, preservation and display of relics and artifacts related to diving and its heritage.
Contact: 305-664-9737

January 12 to February 04,  in Marathon
Marathon Community Theater presents: The Hallelujah Girls
January 12 to February 04
From the authors of Golden Girls comes this hilarious and rollicking comedy of six feisty women who have taken over an abandoned church and made it into a day spa. Now, It's the regular Friday meeting place where these women realize their time is precious and if they are going to change their lives and achieve their dreams, they have to get on it now.
Contact: 305-743-0994

January 05 to January 15,  in Islamorada
Uncorked ... the Key Largo and Islamorada Food & Wine Festival
January 05 to January 15
The 10-day food, wine and spirits showcase features 30-plus savory events to please virtually every palate and budget, spread among numerous Upper Keys venues with fresh, locally sourced seafood and international-style dishes. The festival's outdoor 'A Grand Tasting,' is set for Jan. 14. What better reason to 'Uncork' and unwind in the Florida Keys. For a complete events schedule, visit website.
Contact: 305-522-1300
Email: events@fkrm.com

January 05 to January 15,  in Key Largo
Uncorked ... the Key Largo and Islamorada Food & Wine Festival
January 05 to January 15
The 10-day food, wine and spirits showcase features 30-plus savory events to please virtually every palate and budget, spread among numerous Upper Keys venues with fresh, locally sourced seafood and international-style dishes. The festival's outdoor 'A Grand Tasting,' is set for Jan. 14. What better reason to 'Uncork' and unwind in the Florida Keys. For a complete events schedule, visit website.
Contact: 305-522-1300
Email: events@fkrm.com

January 06 to January 08,  in Key Largo
Key Largo Sailfish Challenge
January 06 to January 08
Held at the height of the sailfish season, this event follows a boat-tournament format. Prizes and trophies await first-, second- and third-place teams, and proceeds benefit the Coral Shores High School Band program. NEW THIS YEAR, up to six anglers can form a team to fish the challenge!
Contact: Tammie Gurgiolo 305-240-9337
Email: fishnbully@msn.com

January 19 to January 21,  in Islamorada
Cheeca Lodge Presidential Sailfish Tournament
January 19 to January 21
The Presidential is one of the most prestigious offshore tournaments in the Florida Keys, and is the second leg of the Florida Keys Gold Cup Championship. Anglers compete for beautiful trophies and prizes with sumptuous banquets held at beautiful Cheeca Lodge & Spa.
Email: lthornhill@cheeca.com

January 25 to January 29,  in Key West
Key West Food & Wine Festival
January 25 to January 29
Top chefs and restaurateurs display culinary creativity and the Keys' indigenous cuisine in a flavorful schedule of events for food lovers. Highlights include the lively "Old Town Uncorked," neighborhood wine strolls, food and wine pairings, intriguing seminars, winemaker dinner series and a grand tasting.
Contact: 800-474-4319
Email: dolce@dolceeventsandmarketing.com

January 29,  in Key West
23rd Annual Key West Master Chefs Classic
January 29
Local restaurants vie for top honors in appetizer, entrée and dessert categories. Attendees sample the culinary treats while judges pick the winners. The show is held from 4-7 p.m. at the Westin Key West Resort & Marina pier. Event proceeds benefit the nonprofit Monroe Association for ReMARCable Citizens.
Contact: 305-294-9526, ext 25

January 12 to January 15,  in Key West
35th Annual Key West Literary Seminar
January 12 to January 15
The 2017 topic is "Revealing Power: The Literature of Politics." Literary aficionados from around the world are to gather for readings, discussions and lectures led by some of contemporary literature's most acclaimed writers. Presenters include celebrated biographer Robert Caro, Pulitzer Prize winner Annette Gordon-Reid and noted journalists/authors Gail Collins and Joe Klein. A first-come, first-seated Sunday afternoon session is free and open to the public.
Contact: 888-293-9291

January 28 to January 29,  in Key West
32nd Annual Key West Craft Show
January 28 to January 29
Tens of thousands of attendees browse and buy among juried artisans and crafters who gather to display their talents at this popular outdoor festival on lower Whitehead Street in historic Old Town Key West.
Contact: 305-294-1243
Email: kwartctr@earthlink.net

January 15,  in Key West
Key West Half Marathon & 5k Run
January 15
Recognized by Runners World magazine as one of the 10 great half-marathons of the winter season, the race follows a 13.1-mile course that includes Old Town Key West and the scenic waterfront. Now in its 19th year, the race typically attracts American and international runners to compete in Key West's balmy January climate. Named as one of the United States' leading winter half marathons in Runner's World, February, 2014; the same magazine included in its list of Best Destination Half Marathons; in April, 2015; Bucket List Best Half Marathons, and most recently in December, 2015 was ranked among 13 must-do U.S. half-marathons by Competitor.com.
Contact: Barbara Wright 305-240-0727
Email: bwpromo3@bellsouth.net

January 14,  in Islamorada
34th Annual Art Under The Oaks
January 14
Fine art & original crafts, a variety of entertainment, specialty food booths, children's arts & crafts, as well as a raffle of items donated by the artists are part of the annual highlights. San Pedro Church Gardens, 9 a.m. - 4 p.m., Mile Marker 89.5 on Plantation Key in Islamorada. Onsite parking is available for a $5 donation. Free parking is available at Coral Shores High School, with shuttle service to the event.
Contact: 305-360-8556
Email: artundertheoaks@yahoo.com

January 15 to January 20,  in Key West
30th Annual Quantum Key West Race Week 2017
January 15 to January 20
The annual race week challenge features world-class competition and yachting teams from more than 12 countries and 24 American states. More than 100 racing yachts typically compete for class championships in this international regatta. To view the action, fans can book seats on spectator boats ranging from excursion catamarans to historic tall ships or from land at Key West's Atlantic-front restaurants, resorts and beaches.
Email: info@keywestraceweek.com

January 03,  in Key Largo
Orange Bowl Swimming Classic
January 03
Some of the best college swimmers - and perhaps future Olympians - in the country compete at Jacobs Aquatic Center, mile marker (MM) 99.6 oceanside, in a competition that is part of the celebration surrounding the annual Orange Bowl college football game in Miami. Spectators are invited to attend this free event, meet the swimmers and coaches. Racing is set to begin at 10 a.m.
Contact: 305- 453-7946
Email: jacobsaquatic@bellsouth.net

January 14 to January 15,  in Key West
12th Annual Florida Keys Seafood Festival
January 14 to January 15
A family-friendly event with local fresh Keys seafood, drinks, marine-related crafts, youth activities, and live music. $5 admission per person; hours open from 11 a.m. - 8 p.m. on Saturday; 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. on Sunday, at Bayview Park, Truman Avenue and Jose Marti Drive.
Contact: Caitlin 813-362-9555
Email: Caitlin.Hemphill@gmail.com

January 16,  in Islamorada
Matecumbe Historical Trust presents: A History of Fishing in the Florida Keys
January 16
Bob Epstein is a 35-year Tavernier resident and author, fulltime freelance & outdoor writer and photographer. He is to present and audio/visual talk about Florida Keys fishing and "Africa on a Pin & a Prayer." He has authored 12 books including a new release, "The Best Restaurants in the Florida Keys." After the talk he will be available for book signings, and a portion of the evening's book sales benefit the Matecumbe Historical Trust. Lecture is free and open to the public.
Contact: 305-393-0940

January 13 to January 14,  in Key West
57th Annual Key West House & Garden Tours
January 13 to January 14
Tour a series of elegant and unique private homes of Key West, ranging from exquisite restorations to creative renovations, and the interior design that complements each. March tours are offered 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. each day. Transportation between homes is optional, via Conch Train. Tickets are $30. Proceeds help benefit the Old Island Restoration Foundation.
Contact: 305-294-9501
Email: tickets@oirf.org

January 06 to January 07,  in Key Largo
Brew on the Bay
January 06 to January 07
Presented by the Rotary Club of Key Largo, this craft beer festival includes a home brew competition and a main event featuring more than 100 craft beers from around the world, showcased in an unlimited tasting with food, music and entertainment along the waterfront at Rowell's Marina, MM 104.5 bayside.
Contact: teddreaver@aol.com
Email: 305-304-0554

January 06 to January 09,  in Marathon
The Florida Keys Celtic Festival
January 06 to January 09
Some of America's most celebrated Celtic musical masters are to be featured at the Marathon Community Park, MM 49. The festival will also feature Irish and Scottish dancing, Highland athletics, Celtic merchandise, food and beverage booths and children's activities. New this year is a Monday "Hickory Stick Golf Tournament."

January 28,  in Key Largo
Free Outdoor Pops-in-the-Park: Country Western Jamboree
January 28
A free concert held at the Murray Nelson Gov't. & Cultural Center park, mile marker 102 bayside, featuring great music from America. Bring your hat and boots! Special appearance by the Key Players. Performance is outdoors; no chairs provided, bring blankets. Starts at 4 p.m. Admission free for all concerts. Presented by Keys Community Concert Band.
Contact: 305-853-7294
Email: keyscommunityconcertband@yahoo.com

January 09 to January 15,  in Florida Keys
Florida Keys Paddle Challenge
January 09 to January 15
Enjoy a true island paradise, paddling beside sea turtles and railroad visionary Henry Flagler's 'Eighth Wonder of the World' in the azure waters of the Florida Keys. We'll journey 77 miles beside white sand beaches and mangrove islands, from Long Key State Park to Key West. Register by: Dec. 26, 2016. Limited to 60 paddlers.
Contact: 352-377-8342
Email: bill@paddleflorida.org

January 06,  in Key West
First Friday Upper Duval Art Stroll
January 06
Special art exhibitions and receptions at galleries and shops along Upper Duval from United Street to Truman Avenue. Including Frangipani Gallery, SoDu Gallery, Island Arts, Kate's, The Southernmost Art Studio, De La Gallery & Cork & Stogie. From 6-9 p.m., free and open to the public.
Contact: 305-295-4639

January 13 to January 15,  in Islamorada
Fifth Annual Baygrass Bluegrass Festival
January 13 to January 15
Featuring several great Oldgrass, Newgrass and a blend of next generation Bluegrass as well as some tasteful variations of the genre. Tickets to be available in advance online and at the gate. Monies raised help fund music, dance and art scholarships for local students; main event is located at the ICE Amphitheater, MM 87 bayside at Founders Park. Other weekend musical activities are to be planned. Attendees can bring blankets and lawn chairs, but coolers are not permitted. Food and beverages available for purchase.
Contact: Robby McClung 305-587-0901

January 22 to February 03,  in Key West
Conch Republic Cup, Key West Cuba Race Week
January 22 to February 03
The CRC is a historic race that started in 1997 with direct race to Varadero then expanded to Havana in 1999. The triangle race as it has been coined is a traditional race to Cuba that allows the racer to complete a triangle between KW and two Cuba cities - Varadero and Havana. The CRC is a non-profit organization with the mission to introduce as many of the US sailing community to Cuba as possible as well as revitalize racing in Cuba.
Contact: 305-731-6219
Email: info@conchrepubliccup.org

January 07,  in Islamorada
Matecumbe Historical Trust presents "29 Points of Interest" Historic Trolley Tour
January 07
Enjoy an enlightening trolley ride through time. Guided trolley tours depart at 10 a.m., 11 a.m. and noon. from the Islamorada Moose Lodge at 81573 Old Highway in Islamorada.The one-hour, colorful and much acclaimed historical tours feature 29 points of interest on the islands of Islamorada. Tickets may be purchased on site or call in advance. Adults are $15, children six and under are free.
Contact: Barbara Edgar 305-393-0940

December 13 to January 14,  in Key West
Red Barn Theatre presents: Picasso at the Lapin Agile
December 13 to January 14
In 1904, in The Lapin Agile — a bar in Paris — a 10-person cast of wonderful characters hold an imagined meeting of the young Alfred Einstein and Pablo Picasso, mixing the sublime and the ridiculous.
Contact: 305-296-9911

January 20 to February 12,  in Key West
Red Barn Theatre presents: Murder for Two
January 20 to February 12
Everyone is suspect...one actor investigates the crime and the other plays all the suspects and the BOTH play the piano. A highly theatrical duet loaded with killer laughs, it's a perfect blend of music, mayhem, and murder in a witty, winking homage to old fashioned murder mysteries.
Contact: 305-296-9911

January 15,  in Key West
Key West Impromptu Concerts presents: Canadian Brass
January 15
Renowned for genre-bending versatility and joyous performances, the award-winning Brass is almost single-handedly responsible for elevating the art of the brass quintet to what it is today. Show starts 4 p.m., St. Paul's Episcopal Church, 401 Duval St.
Email: kmcvhooper@comcast.net

January 25 to January 26,  in Islamorada
IFC Sailfish Tournament
January 25 to January 26
Presented by the Islamorada Fishing Club, the event is the final leg of the three-pronged Florida Keys Gold Cup Championship series and typically draws a field of up to 30 boat teams of elite sport fishermen. A total cash payout for a full field at the IFC Sailfish Tournament could reach $30,000.

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