It’s time to clean out your closets and sell your stuff! The Gulf Place Yard Sale will take place on Saturday, February 28, from 8 a.m. to 1 p.m. on The Green at Gulf Place.

The deadline to register for a space is February 20. Table and two chairs are included in the booth fee for the first 25 who return the vendor form. The cost is $50 per booth and sellers may bring their own tent (no larger than 10×10) to provide shade. Setup begins at 5 a.m. and must be completed no later than 7:30 a.m.

From trinkets to kitchen accessories to apparel and fashion merchandise, all items are welcome. If you don’t want to be a vendor, simply stroll the tables for unique trinkets!

For booth information and vendor forms, email Tiffani Salinas or call 850-502-9233.

Every wonder how the 30A brand got its start? 30A Radio‘s DAWN PATROL hops in the time machine with founder Mike Ragsdale and talks about the evolution of the 30A brand, how he sees this area developing as a vacation destination, and why we don’t have a grinning shark as our local mascot.

Plus, you’ll hear about the 2nd Annual 30A Sand Rover Rally, 30A’s 3rd Annual “Locals Last Stand” party, the new 30A Wine, three new 30A stores and much, much more — all on this week’s episode of DAWN PATROL!

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the-lost-dog-by-bryan-kennedyCountry singer, playwright and novelist Bryan Kennedy just released his new novel entitled, The Lost Dog (El Perro Perdido). Providing audiences with a suspenseful romp through murderous intrigue, the book debuts just in time for Valentine’s Day.

Kennedy is a singer, songwriter, author, playwright, actor, keynote speaker and Spot Life Coach. Possibly best known for the three #1 Garth Brooks hits he penned, the Ole Miss football star has written numerous works.

Kennedy’s written works include two plays, two animated cartoon scripts and two children books, in addition to three books for adults. He has also written songs for artists like Rick Trevino, Deryl Dodd and Jerry Reed among others. His own albums include “Dis-Connected,” “I’m so Jealous of Me.” “Life.Love.Laugh” and “Made in the Shade.”

Also the author of Andy Wouldn’t Let Me and the holiday book Charlie’s Favorite Christmas, Kennedy goes heinous this time. Centered around Miami cop Jeremy Harlan, his wife Monica, and a decisive Detective Torentez, his newest story entails a merciless serial killer. Following a murderous psychopath who’s ravaging the iconic Florida locale, the antagonist has traits all too familiar.

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This Saturday, February 28, 6 PM onwards, Seagrove restaurant 723 Whiskey Bravo is teaming up again with the non-profit Angel Flight Soars for the second annual ‘Party with a Purpose’.

Last year’s event raised over $85,000 for the non-profit and owners, Skip and Victoria Moore, said they wanted to celebrate their fourth year in business by again making a difference for those in need.

Angel Flight organizes a network of volunteer pilots to provide free air transportation for people who need to travel to receive lifesaving medical treatment, but lack the means. The Moores began flying missions after they acquired their Cirrus SR22 and Skip received his instrument rating. The organization helps families focus on getting better instead of worrying about how to get there, whether the boundaries are geographic or monetary.

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South-Walton-Community-Council-164x252On Thursday, February 26, South Walton Community Council will present Lynn Tipton, director of membership for Florida League of Cities, to speak and help answer questions about the possibility of incorporating South Walton as a city.

As residents grow increasingly concerned with proper land use and growth management issues (as well as the effective enforcement of current regulations), the prospect of incorporating South Walton has risen again. The goal of these concerned citizens is to have more fiscal control over local tax dollars and more representation in the local decision-making process.

Two informational sessions will be held at the The REP in Seaside. One session will begin at 4 p.m. and a second session will be held at 7 p.m.

The sessions will help answer questions, such as:

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Borago is located in Grayton Beach.

Join Children’s Volunteer Health Network for a delicious dinner at Borago from 6 to 10 p.m. on Tuesday, February 24, and help raise funds for the network.

Since 2005, CVHN has been facilitating free health care for local uninsured and underinsured children. On Tuesday, Borago will donate a portion of the proceeds to help local children receive the medical, dental, vision and mental healthcare they need and deserve.

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