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Running Wild offers Triathlon training

Running Wild offers Triathlon training

The My First Tri Training Program will remain open for registration through Monday, March 17. The program consists of 12 weeks of training in swimming, biking, and running. Participants learn everything they need to know to complete their first triathlon, including overcoming fear of an open water [...]

Pensacola Symphony Orchestra: Russian Spectacular concert, April 5

Pensacola Symphony Orchestra: Russian Spectacular concert, April 5

The Pensacola Symphony Orchestra will present their popular 2nd annual concert, Russian Spectacular, in historic Downtown Pensacola Saenger Theatre on Saturday, April 5 at 8pm. The evening boasts an exhilarating Russian-inspired program, featuring three works that have captured audiences from [...]

Free phones for those who have difficulty hearing

Free phones for those who have difficulty hearing

The State of Florida provides free phones for citizens who have hearing impairments. In 1991 the Florida legislature passed the Telecommunications Access System Act to make basic telecommunications accessible and affordable for People who are Hard of Hearing, Deaf, Speech Impaired and Deaf/Blind [...]

United Way of Escambia County launches second annual non-profit training series

United Way of Escambia County launches second annual non-profit training series

United Way of Escambia County is launching the second annual non-profit training series with this year’s first program hosted at the Lewis Bear Company from 9am to 3pm on Wednesday, March 26. The program received accolades from last year’s non-profit professionals who rated the usefulness of [...]

Homeless expert: Ordinances should never be first step in dealing with the homeless, calls the laws ‘silly’

Homeless expert: Ordinances should never be first step in dealing with the homeless, calls the laws ‘silly’

Mayor Ashton Hayward, Pensacola City Council and the City of Pensacola garnered international ridicule for its homeless ordinances, particularly the one that outlawed blankets. An online petition by Rev. Nathan Monk has 20,110 signatures. The city council amended the no-blanket, but balked at [...]

Institute for Women in Politics brings in national political campaign experts

Institute for Women in Politics brings in national political campaign experts

A campaign workshop that will bring national-caliber political expertise to Northwest Florida is being offered to men and women in the community by the Institute for Women in Politics of Northwest Florida. Robert Arnakis, senior director for domestic and international programs at The Leadership [...]

‘Inspiration’ opening at First Center, March 21

‘Inspiration’ opening at First Center, March 21

The First City Art Center Studio Artists and Gallery will open a new show, “Inspiration,” on Friday, March 21 from 5-9 p.m. See how inspiration is expressed in two dimensional and three dimensional works created by the 12 studio artists working on site. The artists will have their studios open [...]

Great Firkin Fest set for downtown Mobile, April 5

Great Firkin Fest  set for downtown Mobile, April 5

The inaugural Great Firkin Fest will invade downtown Mobile on Saturday, April 5 at Moe's Original Bar B Que, located at 701 Spring Hill Road. With participation from local and regional breweries, each will showcase a distinctive cask ale in a firkin, a barrel made of stainless steel that holds [...]

Community Forum on Homelessness tomorrow

Community Forum on Homelessness tomorrow

The City of Pensacola will host a Community Forum on Homelessness that will be conducted by Dr. Robert Marbut, who has been working with other Florida communities to make dramatic and consequential change in how they deliver services to address the growing number of homeless families and [...]

Taizé in the Atrium

Taizé in the Atrium

St. Francis of Assisi Episcopal Church in Gulf Breeze, FL will have on Saturday evenings during Lent at 5 p.m. for "Taizé in the Atrium." Taizé Services are quiet and contemplative services with music and meditations interspersed throughout. The services will feature the St. Francis Taizé [...]

League of Women Voters Pensacola Bay Area forum, March 15

League of Women Voters Pensacola Bay Area forum, March 15

The League of Women Voters Pensacola Bay Area will a forum on Saturday, March 15 at the Tyron Branch Library. Guest Speaker is Fay Walker. Fay, a 21-year member of LWVPBA, began researching the history of woman suffrage in 1995. She has included the Pensacola Equal Suffrage League's work in the [...]

Tour de Fort: Archaeological Bicycling Tour, March 20

Tour de Fort: Archaeological Bicycling Tour, March 20

Peddle, hike, and climb your way through Florida’s archaeology and history with the Florida Public Archaeology Network (FPAN) and the National Park Service on Thursday, March 20. Tour de Fort is a bicycling tour of the archaeological sites along the Florida National Scenic Trail on Gulf [...]

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