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Flagler County Hosts Annual Events Focused On Celebrating Heritage

By on May 17, 2017 in Community Stories
Flagler County, FL-Annual events throughout Palm Coast and the Flagler Beaches aim to pay homage to the area’s heritage. Dive into cultural experiences with these upcoming events, unique to Palm Coast and the Flagler Beaches:
Gamble Jam
Every second and fourth Saturday afternoon from 2 to 5 p.m.
Gamble Rogers Memorial State Recreation Area at Flagler Beach
Musicians of all levels playing instruments of all types, from guitars to banjos, bass to percussion, all are invited to join in for a casual acoustic jam session. Note: No power is available at the pavilion. Meet other musicians, practice or just have fun listening. The program is free with park admission and meets at the cedar pavilion. No registration is required. For more details, visit:
Pellicer Creek Raid–A Civil War Re-Enactment
October 6-8
Florida Agricultural Museum
History really comes alive in this Civil War re-enactment and battle. If you’ve seen the re-enactments in St. Augustine, you’ll really enjoy this event. The setting at the Florida Agricultural Museum makes it easy to imagine you have really stepped back in time. Visit with cavalry, artillery and infantry troops in their authentic camps. Listen to their stories about the life and times in 1864 Florida. Period clothing and other items will be available for purchase. Feel free to bring a chair. Admission is $5 per person, children under 5 free of charge. For more details, visit:

Creekside Festival
10 a.m.-5 p.m., Saturday, October 7
10 a.m.-4 p.m., Sunday, October 8
Princess Place Preserve
For 13 years, the annual Creekside Festival has invited Flagler County residents and guests to gather under the majestic oaks at Princess Place Preserve for a local tradition that celebrates the natural beauty of Northeast Florida. Held on the shores of Pellicer Creek, the Creekside Festival has become one of the most popular festivals around, attracting more than 10,000 visitors each year. The draw? A two-day festival with family friendly activities including live bluegrass music, historical demonstrations and exhibits, arts and crafts vendors, a photography contest, a kids’ zone, pony rides, amazing food vendors and much more, all in a picturesque natural setting. Outdoor enthusiasts can explore nearby hiking trails, bring a kayak, or fish in the salt marshes along the Matanzas River and Pellicer Creek. History buffs will appreciate the continued partnership with Heritage Crossroads that brings historical demonstrators and exhibits to the festival, sharing stories of the area’s rich heritage and giving Princess Place the historical recognition it deserves. If live music, a serene natural setting, and educational opportunities are not enough, visitors can shop for handcrafted treasures at arts and crafts booths, walk through a photo exhibit featuring work from Flagler Palm Coast High School students, enjoy a delicious meal or snack from food vendors and tour the hunting lodge. Admission is $7 per carload per day. For more details, visit:

Native American Festival
February 2018, Date TBD
Princess Place Preserve
This annual event features Native American dancing, a weapons demonstration, a Pow Wow Arena, arts and crafts show, wildlife exhibits, encampments and displays, as well as refreshments, activities for children, trading booths and a dance competition. Visit for more details.

Hot N’ Spicy Festival
Date TBD
Bring canned goods or non-perishable items to donate to Feed Flagler, a program that helps support hungry folks in the County. Closed-toe walking shoes are recommended for visitors to the event. The Museum’s regular tours will not be available during the event. Do bring a lawn chair, but leave your coolers and pets at home, please! This event benefits Feed Flagler initiative and Museum projects. For more details, visit:
Copyright Southern Stone Communications 2017
Photo Credit: Florida Agricultural Museum


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