“If you don’t like the weather, just wait ten minutes and things will change.” Never have words been more true than the past 24 hours. As Tropical storm Hermine made its way north for an eventual landfall as the first hurricane to strike Florida in a decade, 30a saw gray skye, rain squalls and huge waves. Never fear, Thursday evening brought a trull one-of-a-kind sunset to set the stage for the last official weekend of summer.
Here are our best bets for getting out and about on 30a.
Friday September 2nd
Local favorite Bryan Kennedy is in town long enough to take the mic at Redd’s Fueling Station in Blue Mountain Beach. Show starts at 7:30 and reservations are recommend for dinner. Call 850-325-0252 for more information.
You may hate country music..but your gonna love Bryan Kennedy!
Saturday September 3rd
Kick off your Labor Day celebrations with the 1st Annual Labor Day Patio Party at Roselie Dining & Seafood Bar at 30Avenue in Inlet Beach. Chef Kevin Korman will be firing up the grill and preparing tasty treats such as grilled whole fish, fried chicken, sliders and an extended buffet with numerous sides. Cost is $38 a person. For more information, please call (850) 909-0400.
Sunday September 4th
The Baytowne Artwalk takes place all weekend in the Village of Baytowne Wharf inside Sandestin Golf and Beach Resort. Attendees can enjoy live music, local artwork from a verity of mediums and also participate in a live painting competition. Be sure and visit Baytowne Art Walk for more information.
Monday September 5th
Yes…our Labor Day weekend wouldn’t be complete without some college football. Make a day of it at the Hub on 30a with food and drink special all day starting at 1PM. Enjoy live music in the afternoon hours and get a great seat as Ole Miss takes on Florida State starting at 7PM CDT. Did I mention you will be watching the game on the Hub’s 25 Foot Jumbotron? See you there my friends. Hotty Toddy!!!
Thanks to our friends at 8Fifty Productions for look at the Hub on 30a.