Be sure and stop by the Key Peninsula Civic Center, on Saturday, May 7, 2011 between 10 AM and 3 PM for the Key Peninsula Livable Community Fair where, "Together We Can Build a Better Tomorrow"! For ten years this fair has been showcasing the people, agencies and organizations that contribute in making the Key Peninsula more livable. A wide range of activities promises an interesting time for the whole family.
Outdoors you will find the Lakebay Fushia Society hosting their annual plant sale. Master Gardeners will be on hand to provide their expert advice. On site is the Key Peninsula History Museum where special tours and heritage plants will be available. In addition, Key Pen Parks annual Touch a Truck event will include Peninsula Light trucks, vintage tractors, Army vehicles and tow trucks. Local Firefighters, Emergency Medical Technicians and Sheriff's traditionally bring their equipment as well. Oh, and be sure and stop by the trout fishing pond!
Indoors booths representing forty or more local services and interest groups make for a well rounded afternoon. Providing background entertainment will be Local musician, Mike Sckweedler of Steel Impressions, the Minter Creek Elementary Marimba Band and Choir, and the Key Peninsula Middle School jazz ensemble. And last but certainly not least there are opportunities for some tasty treats!
Come on out, join in the fun, meet your neighbors and see what services are available in YOUR community. See you on the 7th!