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The South Walton Gulf Coast is a great place to call home & has plenty to keep you busy. Stay in the loop & check out the upcoming events along the 30A!

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After being closed for in-person attendance due to COVID-19 restrictions,  The REP Theatre is excited to announced their re-opening for concerts and performances again.

The new season kicks off on Saturday, April 17th with their Concert Series LIVE@TheREP featuring TOWNE. The concert will be held at Seaside Meeting Hall Theatre, located at 216 Quincy Circle, Seaside FL. 

Saturday, April 17 at 7:30 pm   Tickets: $40 and $32 for REP Members
Nashville, Tennessee-based indie folk-pop trio TOWNE consists of longtime singer/songwriter collaborators Steevie Steeves and Jon Decious. Inspired by the likes of everyone from; Gram Parsons & Emmylou Harris, Heart, The Killers, and the perfectly imperfect harmonies of Stevie Nicks and Tom Petty,…

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Celebrating Easter in South Walton


One thing about living, working or visiting along the beaches of South Walton- there's never a lack of great places to gather, enjoy great food or attend fun events.  And with Easter  now upon us, we've collected a list of of local options that's sure to make your family 's Sunday gathering memorable and entertaining.   

Easter at Stinkys Fish Camp • 5960 West County Road 30A, Santa Rosa Beach FL  • 850.267.3053

Brunch will be served 10:00 am – 3:30pm with music by Longleaf Drive.


Vue on 30A- Easter Lunch • 4801 W County Highway 30A, Santa Rosa Beach FL  •  850.267.2305

Celebrate Easter 11 a.m. – 3:30 p.m. with great views of the Gulf !  Offering Dine-In &  To Go options. Learn more: Vue on 30A


AJ’s Grayton  • 63 Defuniak St,…

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South Walton Street Art Festival

 

CAA Announces Street Art Festival To Join Art Month Lineup

The Cultural Arts Alliance of Walton County (CAA) is excited to announce its newest signature event, The South Walton Street Art Festival (SWSAF), will join this year’s Art Month South Walton schedule of May events. Artists, families, friends and school groups are invited to participate in this three-day festival that will take place in Grand Boulevard’s Town Center throughout Mother’s Day weekend, May 7th - 9th.

 

“Due to the great volunteer needs and logistical challenges of producing ArtsQuest, we made the decision to move that event to the fall when we believe a fine arts show of its size and caliber can be more safely produced,” said CAA Executive…

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Read the full issue here ----->    IN•REVIEW - Winter 2021

The Winter Edition of  IN•REVIEW is out and  it's overflowing with interesting, informative details about the 2020 real estate market, including Market Trends for each of our 30A Beach Towns.  In this issue you'll also find our top 3 picks for most interesting properties in Seagrove Beach.  We also show you the 5 properties we selected as "Best Values" sales in Seagrove during the year  and round out the issue with an update on South Walton Beaches Accesses and parking projects.  

Anytime you have questions or curiosities about living at the beach, home trends, market trends or would just like to get an authentic locals' insight, reach out - we're here for you.  

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30A Songwriters Festival

For the previous twelve years, the Walton Cultural Arts Alliance has held the hugely popular 30A Songwriters Festival over Martin Luther King Jr. holiday weekend. The 2021 Festival was slated to be held January 15th - 18th; however in an email newsletter sent to  CAA supporters and members on 12-8-2020 made the announcement that the decision has been made to cancel the in-person event. The announcement went on to state that:

Due to the overwhelming increase in COVID-19 cases this month, and the announcement from health experts that this increase will continue through the first quarter of 2021, we have reluctantly decided to postpone an in-person January 2021 Festival. All of us at the CAA and RCAM are as disappointed as you that we cannot celebrate…

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Walton CAA will be airing another Art on Demand event Wednesday, December 9th @ Noon (Central Time)  The Art on Demand series is brought to you by the Cultural Arts Alliance of Walton County in partnership with Alys Beach, 30A.com and Florida Division of State, Department of Cultural Affairs. This event will be viewable on the 30A and Cultural Arts Alliance’s Facebook pages as well as available on the CAA website following the broadcast.
Blue Giraffe - Inlet Beach FLRecently celebrating their ten year anniversary, The Blue Giraffe has become a fixture in the Walton County Arts scene. In this episode, meet Debbie Taylor and Christi Sheffield, the dynamic mother-daughter duo behind The Blue Giraffe. Enjoy a glimpse into their colorful, happy gallery while learning more about…
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2020  South Walton Thanksgiving Guide

 

There’s no better way to spend the Thanksgiving holiday than with friends and family and we may be bias, but it's even better when you can celebrate here in South Walton. So, if your holiday plans include come to Blue Mountain, Grayton, Seaside, Seagrove or anywhere along 30A you'll be please to know that there  are an abundance of to-go, catering and dine-in options to choose from. 

To assist with your holiday planning, we’ve gathered a comprehensive list of restaurant and catering options all in one place for your convenience. Following below is an abbreviated list to get your started!  But be sure to download our complete 2020 South Walton Thanksgiving Guide with more detail, ordering info and pick-up options available for local…

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Halloween in South Walton

Our 30A/South Walton beach community is vibrant, strong and creative! And in-spite of dealing with challenging times right now, many are choosing to move forward with a sense of normalcy. That includes celebrating Halloween this upcoming weekend.

Friday and Saturday a host of activities are scheduled in Rosemary Beach, The Hub at Watersound, Old Florida Fish House in Seagrove Beach and many other locales throughout South Walton.

Here’s a round up of events and festivities we've found that are currently being promoted in the area. 

  • The Merchants of Rosemary Beach are decked out and ready to host trick-or-treaters on Saturday from 10am – 5 pm.

  • The 17th Annual South Walton Witches ride and related event festivities will take…

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Watersound Origins

This year marks the 20th anniversary of Mountainfilm on tour and this year's local event is scheduled to be held on November 6 & 7. Local hosts and event sponsors at Watercolor have added two new twists for this year's attendees of the ever popular 30A Fall event. 

In order to ensure that everyone has the opportunity to safely see their extraordinary line-up of feature films, the festival is slated to be relocated to the Watersound Origins community.  By moving Mountainfilm on Tour, the event  attendees will experience an old fashioned drive-in style event this year.   Additional  online virtual viewing options which are being offered free of charge have also been added for those who prefer not to attend public events at this time.

Drive-In…

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30A at Western Lake Bridge

The Florida Department of Transportation (FDOT)  is currently working on the design and plans for the replacement of the existing bridge on Hwy 30A located immediately west of Watercolor  that goes over Western Lake. The project is scheduled to begin in the Fall 2023 and is estimated to take approximately 16 months for completion.

Western Lake Bridge Locator

According to the announcement from FDOT both lanes of Hwy 30A and the shared pedestrian/bicycle path will remain open throughout the duration of construction.  Planned improvements include new guardrail, new approaches to the bridge and minor drainage improvements. 

The new two lane bridge is slated to provide twelve-foot wide vehicular travel lanes in both east and west travel directions along with an eight-foot…

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