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Cedar Key, FL  32625
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Mayor Confirms Cedar Key Seafood Festival Is “On”

 

For Immediate Release – Cedar Key, Florida

 

Cedar Key Mayor Heath Davis today confirmed that the 49th Annual Cedar Key Seafood Festival will go on as planned, October 20th and 21st in historic downtown Cedar Key.  Recalling Governor Scott’s remarks Davis said, “Citizens here in Cedar Key, like all Floridians, are a resilient bunch.  We are rightfully proud of our community.  There was never any doubt about our upcoming Seafood Festival.  It will go on as planned, despite Cedar Key’s close brush with hurricane Michael.” 

Within hours of the storm’s passing, the city’s Public Works Department, residents and volunteers set about tidying up Cedar Key.  The Florida Department of Transportation’s blinking highway sign on State Route 24 proclaims the Mayor’s message:  “Cedar Key is Open!”

 

The Seafood Festival is presented by the Cedar Key Lions Club.  Promising Food, Fun, Arts, Crafts, Music and More the Festival draws visitors from across the region.  Lions Club President Mike Hodges echoed Mayor Davis.  “Our members and volunteers have been working on the Festival for several months.  Over 100 vendors will display their Arts & Crafts.  Dozens of local non-profit groups will be offering seafood and other tasty fare in City Park.  Musicians from across the Southeast are set to perform on our Clam Boat Stage.”  Hodges, a third generation resident of the area continued, “My family has been in Cedar Key for years.  Like everyone else in town, when things get difficult we meet the challenge head on.  I promise you this:  Cedar Key is ready for visitors.  Our Lions Club’s 49th Annual Seafood Festival will be a resounding success.  You won’t want to miss it”. 

 

The Cedar Key Seafood Festival takes place the third weekend in October.  Saturday October 20th and Sunday October 21st.  10:00AM to 4:00PM both days.  Admission is free.   An Online Festival Guide for Smartphones is available at www.ck-fest.com 

 

 

49th Annual Cedar Key Seafood Festival

Saturday October 20th & Sunday October 21st

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Cedar Key Seafood Festival Parade October 20, 2018

Theme - "Some Things Should Never Change"

PRIZES AWARDED for best decorated boat, vehicle (car/truck), golf cart, float, bike, motorcycle, vintage car and overall Best of Festival.

Prize Also Awarded For:  Best Nostalgic Costume!

FREE REGISTRATION – Register by October 14th! - Join the FUN!

RULES: Parade participants meet for lineup and judging at 10:00 AM, beginning in front of Beachfront Motel, G & 1st Street. Parade will start at 11 AM.. Parade route begins at G St. & 1st Street moving east onto Dock Street, continuing around to A Street going north to 3rd Street and making a left there continuing across SR 24 and ending on G St. where the Parade will disband. Do not leave the parade before the end!  Judging and prizes will be based on decorations and originality.

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Adopt-a-Road Hwy 24 trash pick up
Meet at intersection of Rts 24 and 347
(Waterplant parking lot)
Saturday, Nov 17, 2018 @ 8:30 am

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