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Crooked River Lighthouse 2012 Lantern Fest

LANTERN FEST 2012

 

Carrabelle Lighthouse Association promises you another enchanting evening of 

theater, music, and dance for the 4th annual birthday celebration of the Crooked River Lighthouse! 

 

The park will be decorated with a lantern for each of the 117 years since the lighthouse was built. 

The tower will be open for night climbing until 10 pm (the lanterns look beautiful from the top!)   

 

Our Keeper's House Museum and Gift Shop will be open and our food vendor this year is the

 popular local restaurant  2 Al's at the Beach.

 

Learn valuable skills for survival in the wilderness at our ancient crafts workshops on

 rope making thatching and basketry, starting at 6 pm.

 

Around 7:15, Tallahassee Community College Dance Company will present another exciting 

motion piece.( It'll be hard to top last year's amazing performance!)

 

An original play "The Last of the Lost" will be performed at 8pm on our Wooden Ship stage 

on BOTH Friday and Saturday nights.

Enter the ship's bilge if you dare, on some nights the spirits of the lost at sea appear....

 

French Canadian singer Ralph "Master Chief" Peltier and local talent Rick Ott will make music before and after the play.

 

Bring a lantern, gather with friends enjoy some of  2 Al's gumbo or other tasty offerings. 

...and have an awesome time!

 

NOTE: ON Friday October 26 from 3-7pm Carrabelle Lighthouse Association will host a Lantern Making Workshop at the Keeper's House. Donations for materials would be appreciated. Space is limited. 

(We have twenty $5. off coupons for dinner at 2 Al's Restaurant  to any workshop participant 

who wants to come back at 8pm to see the play.)

 

Saturday fees

Suggested festival entry fee: Adults $4  /Children $3 /Under 12 free

 

An additional charge for Tower Climbs: $5 for adults /$3 for children

(Must be 44" tall to climb)

 

Posted Friday, 10/12/12, 03:43 PM - Comments - Category: Events News Museum Carrabelle Lighthouse Association

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