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It’s Never Too Early to Be Planning for the Holiday Season.

DRC child with dolphinVisitors in the Middle Keys area who participate in Dolphin Research Center’s ‘Meet the Dolphins’ program between now and December 19 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.  DRC’s phone number is 305-289-1121.

 

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Key West Chalk Festival

kw chalk festivalThe 3rd Annual Key West Chalk Festival will take place between November 19 and 23.  It’s a pavement art festival where artists use chalk as their medium and the pavement surface as their canvas. Sponsored in part by the Florida Keys Council of the Arts and The Key West Art & Historical Society, the Key West Chalk Festival follows street painting traditions that originated in 16th century Renaissance Italy when artists began transforming streets into canvas using chalk. The Key West Chalk Festival is a family-friendly, pet-friendly event, free and open to the public. Ongoing information and updates are available on the Key West Chalk Festival Facebook page.