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12/06/14 visit website
Dudley Farm Historic State Park - See an original Florida working farm from the post Civil War to the 1940s as they grind sugar cane using mule power and boil it into syrup. Old-time craft demonstrations including woodworking, blacksmithing and butter churning, quilt drawing, children's activities and toys, old-time music and vendors are featured on this living history day. 9:00 am to 3:00 pm.
33rd Downtown Festival & Art Show
The nationally recognized Downtown Festival & Art Show transforms downtown Gainesville into a venue for award-winning artists and draws a crowd of more than 100,000. Presented by the City of Gainesville Department of Parks, Recreation and Cultural Affairs, the festival celebrates its 33rd anniversary in 2014. For two days, visitors can leisurely stroll through historic downtown and marvel at works from more than 250 of the nation’s most talented artists, who display their original oils and acrylics, vibrant watercolors, captivating sculptures, dazzling jewelry, decorative ceramics and vivid photography. With such a diverse array of unique art displayed for sale and competition, the Downtown Festival & Art Show is a great way to purchase one-of-a-kind art for you or a friend.
Aunt Louise's Farm
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OPENING DAY IS ALMOST HERE!
THE MAZE IS OPENING OCTOBER 11, 2014.
WE WILL BE OPEN SATURDAYS 10-6
AND SUNDAYS 2-6 THRU NOVEMBER 22, 2014
THE ENTRY FEE IS ONLY $5 PER PERSON, CHILDREN 2 AND UNDER ARE FREE. THIS FEE INCLUDES ALL THE FARM ACTIVITIES: THE CORN MAZE, CORN PIT, BARREL TRAIN, HAY RIDE, MEETING ALL THE ANIMALS, PICNIC AREA, AND GOOD OLE FARM FUN.
WE DO HAVE OTHER ITEMS AVAILABLE FOR SALE SUCH AS CONCESSIONS, PUMPKINS, & ANIMAL TREATS. OUR COUNTRY STORE OFFERS JAMS, JELLIES, GIFT ITEMS, POUND CAKE IN A JAR, PEAR BREAD, AND MORE.
MAKE US A FAMILY TRADITION.
WE ARE JUST 20 MILES EAST OF TALLAHASSEE
8101 WAUKEENAH HWY
MONTICELLO, FL 32344
Light Up Williston-Christmas
12/06/14 visit website
Watch Santa come to town on an elephant! Take a quick trek to the Christmas lighting ceremony, held in Heritage Park, 444 NW Main Street immediately following the parade. This exciting evening includes Christmas entertainment along with food and beverages available.
Kirby Farm's Christmas Express
Kirby Family Farm is transformed into a Christmas wonderland, an unforgettable holiday attraction the whole family can enjoy. There are lots of activities to see and do including the featured train ride through thousands of Christmas lights pulled by an old-fashioned, full size 1800’s locomotive, one of only three just like her still in operation in the world.
Specific Run Dates: Nov 28,29,30, Dec 5,6,7,12,13,14,19,20,21,22,23,26,27 & 28. Christmas hours also 5:30pm-10 pm.
Kirby Family Farm's Lost Railroad
Learn the story of an old Carnival train that derailed off it’s tracks, just south of the little town of Williston during a terrible storm. When the townspeople came out the next morning it had completely disappeared. Or did it? Come masterfully navigate your way through our Mega Maze of Fun, and see if you can discover the Lost Railroad! Climb aboard our Historical 1800’s Locomotive & Railroad and hold on tight! All ages will enjoy this adventure as it’s not too Scary, but kinda Spooky! It’s Fall family fun like never before!
Specific run dates are: Oct 10,11,16,17,18,23,24,25,30,31 & Nov 1.
Cane Boil & FiddleFest
11/29/14 visit website
Every November on the Saturday of Thanksgiving weekend: Saturday, November 29, 2014, from 9am-4pm.
Experience life in 1870’s North Central Florida at Morningside Nature Center Living History Farm. Visitors can sample fresh cane syrup and homemade biscuits, experience live folk music, farm animals and much more! The Longleaf Pine Youth Fiddle Contest will take place during the Annual Cane Boil, thus bringing together the traditions of giving thanks and fall harvest with a music tradition that has been so influential throughout the South.
Make this event part of your Thanksgiving weekend tradition!
Welcome To Natural North Florida -- the original Florida tourism destination.
There are off-beat and old-fashioned towns to explore where you can still savor a slice of life from bygone days. This region is also home to the largest collection of natural springs in the world, amazing sunsets, wonderfully quiet recreational rivers and trails, and world-class flora and fauna. With no crowds and no palm trees, it'll alter your stereotypes of the state. As you wander along the tree-lined and scenic roads winding through the region, you'll forget that you are in the fourth largest state in the US.
It's a "come as you are" kind of place, where you'll find people very down home yet very sophisticated, natural and nice, all at once.