Back by popular demand all three of Carrabelle’s wonderful museums will open their doors free of charge on Saturday, September 21, 2019, 10 am – 5 pm as part of Smithsonian magazine’s 15th annual Museum Day. This national celebration honors museums that follow the example of the Smithsonian with… READ MORE . . .
By Laurel Newman Special to the Times (apalachtimes.com article link) The fourth annual Crab Cake Cook-off, sponsored by the Carrabelle Lighthouse Association (CLA) and the good folk at Harry’s Bar/Marine Street Grill, once again brought seafood lovers out for a warm evening of food, music, and silent auction fun. The… READ MORE . . .
Sample some yummy crab cake bites from our talented competitors and cast your vote for the greatest crab cake in Carrabelle and perhaps the Forgotten Coast!. Also included: Live Music and a Silent Auction Don’t miss this fun event to benefit the Crooked River Lighthouse. READ MORE . . .
Climb to the top of the Crooked River Lighthouse to see spectacular views of the sun setting and the full moon rising over the bay. READ MORE . . .
Great video of the fabulous drummers at our last Full Moon Climb. Thanks to these wonderfully talented musicians for coming and making this such a special evening! READ MORE . . .
The Carrabelle History Museum is hosting a fascinating, free program about the mysterious shipwrecks on Dog Island. These discoveries uncovered on Dog Island by Hurricane Michael made national news. With no warning, in the early hours of Aug 1, 1899 a powerful hurricane at its peak intensity made landfall on… READ MORE . . .