Weekend events – all week long, on Panama City Beach

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by January 24, 2011 • 1 comment
Weekend events – all week long, on Panama City Beach

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Along with the fantastic weather, we’re finding ourselves equally blessed with a variety of events to check out this week.

There are concerts to start off the week, a film showcasing The Apalachiacola River, and much more!


Michael Bolton Marina Civic Center

Don’t miss your chance to see the amazing Michael Bolton-LIVE!  On Tuesday January 25th, the Grammy Award-winner will  be at the Marina Civic Center in downtown Panama City.

Merle Haggard Marina Civic Center

You won’t believe it! Only two nights later, you can see Merle Haggard right here, in Panama City.  Another night of world class entertainment with with one of country’s original outlaws.  Tickets are on sale now. Go to marinaciviccenter.com for all the info.

Film: The Apalachicola River

This beautiful film was done in our own backyard. The Apalachicola River is a delightful and historic body of water. Local filmmaker Elam Stolzfus filmed “Living Waters: Aquatic Preserves of Florida” for PBS. The Bay County Audubon Society kicks off its 42nd year by presenting the Travel and Adventure series. This year you can see the first in the series at the Arnold High School Auditorium at 7:00 p. m. Thursday night. Admission $5.00, and season passes only $16.00

Panama City Gem and Mineral Show

Head east on Business 98, 15th street to the Bay County Fairgrounds to the Panama City Gem and Mineral Show. It’s the 20th Annual Show, and admission and parking are free. Saturday Jan 29 9AM to 5PM, Sunday 9AM to 4PM

Patsy Cline Tribute

Gulf World’s Tropical Garden Theatre presents a tribute to Patsy Cline and her wonderful songs. Margo Anderson makes the music come alive Saturday night at 7:30 p.m. January  29th.

Peacemaker

This lovely barquentine is docked at the Panama City Marina through Monday, January 31st. Built of mahogany, this 150 foot tall ship will be open for tours from 10:00 a.m. to 7:00p.m. daily. Don’t miss this chance to see for yourself what the bay used to be like. Call Lee Philips at 912-399-6946.

Photo credit | People Magazine

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