Kid's Fishing Derby

On Saturday March 11, 2017, from 9:00AM-1:00PM the Osceola National Forest Presents, Kid's Fishing Derby. Located at Warmouth Pond, US Forest Service Road 263. Bring poles, tackle, bait, snacks, chairs and boots. A fishing clinic onsite will assist young anglers. There will be a limited number of fishing poles, please call in to reserve. Children must be accompanied by a parent. Trophies will be awarded in multiple categories. This location is primitive, dirt road access and portable restrooms. To register call District Ranger office at: 386-752-2577 ext.
The Osceola National Forest Presents Kids' Fishing Derby Saturday March 11, 2017 9:00 AM to 1:00 PM, Food, Prizes and Fun
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Osceola National Forest
US Foreset Service Road 263 Warmouth Pond
Sanderson, FL 32087
Phone: 386-752-2577

Kids FREE Fishing Derby

Kids FREE Fishing Derby On the Osceola National Forest-at Warmouth Pond US: Open to kids 15 and under must register by March 1, 2016. Bring poles, snacks, chairs, boots and wear comfortable clothes. Fishing Clinic station on site to assist young anglers. Limited number of fishing poles available must reserve. Children must be accompanied by a parent. Prizes will be given in multiple categories. At Warmouth Pond US, Forest Service Road 263. To register call District Ranger office at: 386-752-2577 Ext. 4512 or email: Andrew Hughes at andrewhughes@fs.fed.us.
Kids FREE Fishing Derby On the Osceola National Forest at Warmouth Pond US: Open to kids 15 and under must register by March 1, 2016
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Warmouth Pond US - Osceola National Forest
24874 US Highway 90
Sanderson , FL 32087
Phone: 386-752-2577 Ext. 4512

"WHO" Wildlife Heritage & Outdoors Festival

Experience hands on activities for all ages! Food for purchase: Bradley's Sausages, All beef hot dogs, Sodas, Chips. Live Music by Hot Tamale, Live animal, Demo Camp, Youth Duck and Turkey Calling Contests begin at 1:30! Sponsored by Ducks Unlimited, National Wild Turkey Federation and Bass Pro Shops of Tallahassee. Division 1 ages 10 and under, Division 2 ages 11-17. Sign up by phone or at the festival Information Table prior to 1:00 pm. Feb. 6, 2016 11:00 am - 4:00 pm. 850-925-6121. www.fws.gov/refuge/st_marks/
The Wildlife, Heritage, and Outdoors Festival - experience firsthand how to cast a fly rod, throw a cast net, call turkey or waterfowl, meet members of Operation Migration's Whooping Crane project, meet representatives from many outdoors support organizations and much more. Visitor Center and Nature Store will be open for your enjoyment.
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St. Marks National Wildlife Refuge
1255 Lighthouse Road County Road 59
St. Marks, FL 32355
Phone: 850-925-6121

Bear Creek Educational Forest 10 Year Anniversary Event

FREE EVENT. October 24. Come celebrate Bear Creek Educational Forest 10 Year Anniversary. Activities for the whole family include: "Youth in the Wild" photo contest, Appearances by Smokey Bear, Fun Run/Walk, Forest Wagon Rides, Tree I.D. and Moonlit Hikes, Kids Stations, Forest Games, Educational Resources Exhibits, Food Vendor, Refreshments, Prizes, Silent Auction, Free STUFF! Located in Gadsden County, South of Quincy. Contact FloridaForestService.com or call 850-627-9064.
Photo Contest, Smokey Bear, Fun Run/Walk, Forest Wagon Rides, Free STUFF, Food, Refreshments.
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Bear Creek Educational Forest
8125 Pat Thomas Pkwy.
Quincy, FL 32351
Phone: 850.627.9064

"WHO" Wildlife Heritage & Outdoors Festival

Celebrating the Past and Present. Experience excellent hands on activities for all ages! Archery, Food, Live Music, Live Animals with scheduled animal encounters, Demo Camp, Face Painting and Youth Duck and Turkey Calling Contest that begins at 1:30. Visitor Center and Nature Store will be open for your enjoyment.
Hands on activities for all ages
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St. Marks National Wildlife Refuge
1255 Lighthouse Road
St. Marks, FL 32355
Phone: 850.925.6121

17 Annual Oakland Heritage Festival

Celebrating Oakland's natural and cultural history while supporting Oakland Nature Preserve. All proceeds go to support Oakland Nature Preserve, our natural and cultural history. A great day for family fun! Merchants with Great Wares • Silent Auction • Live Entertainment • Cultural Presentations • Hot Food and Cold Drinks • Kid’s Activities and Art Show • Hay Ride • Guided Boat Tours on Lake Apopka • Heritage 5-K Run For information visit: OaklandNaturePreserve.org 407-905-0054
Festival, silent auction, live entertainment,
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Speer Park, Town of Oakland
331 N. Tubb St.
Oakland, FL 34760
Phone: 407-905-0054

2013 Annual Outdoor Experience

YOUR INVITED TO THE 2013 ANNUAL OUTDOOR EXPERIENCE!!! Archery, Fishing, Shooting Sports, Hay Rides, FWC Helicopter, Live Animals, Smokey Bear, Bounce Houses and MUCH MORE!!! Featuring: Patrick Flanigan (11am & 1pm). FREE TO THE PUBLIC AND OPEN TO ALL AGES. For more details please call 850-717-8702 or visit BTYCC.ORG
Outdoor Experience
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Beau Turner Youth Conservation Center
9194 South Jefferson Hwy.
Lamont, FL 32344
Phone: 850-688-7834

Members and Friends Appreciation Day at Oakland Nature Preserve

We invite you to come and see how your support has helped us grow. Your membership with Oakland Nature Preserve is important to us and we want to say thank you. FOOD * MUSIC * EDUCATIONAL BOOTHS * LECTURES * HIKES* FAMILY FUN
Family fun
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Oakland Nature Preserve
747 Machete Trail
Oakland, FL 34760
Phone: 407-905-0054

Wildlife Heritage & Outdoors Festival

Connecting People to Nature! Food & Fun for People of All Ages!!! Youth Turkey Calling contest at 1:00pm, sign up by 12:45. Remember, regular entrance fees apply and due to the wild animal exhibits, please leave your pets at home! Sponsored by: St. Marks National Wildlife Refuge, St. Marks Refuge Association, National Wild Turkey Federation, Florida Big Bend Flyfishers, Inc., USCG Auxiliary - FL 1-2. For more information please call 850-925-6121
Outdoors Festival
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St. Marks National Wildlife Refuge
1255 Lighthouse Road
St. Marks , FL 32355
Phone: 850-925-6121

Pioneer Day

Two Locations: Sams House at Pine Island 6195 N. Tropical Trail 321.449.4720 10 am to 4 pm St. Luke’s Episcopal Church 5555 N. Tropical Trail 321.452.5260 Noon to 7 pm
Pioneer Day
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