Friday, February 25th- Free For All Friday’s Lineup: Serving as District Director to U.S. Congressman Michael Waltz, Ret. Army Brigadier General Ernie Audio talks Ukraine with cohost of Free For All Friday David Ayres, President and General Manager of Flagler Broadcasting, starting at 9 am on WNZF NewsRadio, 94.9 FM.
Saturday, February 26th – Lifeline Radio Show: Sharing information about programs geared toward families with children up to the age of 13, Kim Kania, Family Services Director for the Early Learning Coalition of Flagler & Volusia talks all things ELCFV including screenings and milestones, childcare and support programs, the famed Dolly Parton Imagination Library, Buddy Benches and more, all right here in Flagler County, at the Flagler County Village, with host Danielle Anderson. Sponsored by Flagler Cares, tune in at 9 am to WNZF NewsRadio 94.9 FM or stream it live on the Flagler Radio app.
Coquina Rock Beach Walk at Washington Oaks Gardens State Park on Saturday, February 26, at 9:30 am. Join Park Volunteer, Jim Gleason, on an educational and unique beach walk where participants will have the opportunity to explore the 2nd largest outcropping of coquina rocks on the Atlantic Coast. Participants should be comfortable with some climbing and hiking activity. Reservations are not required and participation is included with park entry fee. (Please bring exact cash $5 per car up to 8 persons or $4 per single occupant).
Spay-ghetti Dinner to benefit the Flagler Humane Society takes place on Saturday, February 26, at the Elks Lodge in Palm Coast. Dinner, silent auction and dancing begin at 5 pm.
Race of the Runways takes over the Flagler Executive Airport on Saturday, February 26. 2022 at 6:30 pm. Hosted by the Rotary Club of Flagler Beach, this event attracts sport enthusiasts for the timed run and thrill seekers excited to actually be participating in a 5K on the runway! Last year was a sellout event and organizers have capped participation at 500 this year. Find out more here.
Saturday-Sunday: February 26-27th at Princess Place Preserve is the return of the Native American Festival. A beloved event showcasing the proud heritage and traditions of the Native American people, the 2-day event includes mesmerizing hoop dancing, reenactments and encampments, shopping vendors with a variety of arts, crafts, attire and food for purchase. $10 per person, children under 12 are free.
Out of Town – Daytime
Go all out at the 4th Annual Beer & Bacon Festival, hosted in Downtown Daytona Beach. Join the Riverfront Shops of Daytona as they celebrate the 4th Annual Beer & Bacon Festival!
On Saturday, February 26, from1 PM to 5 PM on Beach Street in Downtown Daytona Beach, the Riverfront Shops of Daytona merchants will serve up a variety of craft beer tastings. Unique bacon snacks will be sold separately ($3-$5 each) at each stop.
Come enjoy craft beer, savory bacon, live music, art and more while strolling the downtown shops, bars and restaurants. Another perfect day in Downtown Daytona Beach!
Out of Town – Evening
NOLA legend Trombone Shorty takes over Fort Mose on Saturday, February 26th, closing out the Fort Mose Jazz & Blues Series, in St. Augustine.
Fort Mose Historic State Park has been the host of the inaugural Fort Mose Jazz & Blues Series from February 18 to February 26. To honor the history and celebrate the cultural significance of Fort Mose, the Fort Mose Jazz & Blues Series was comprised of six unforgettable performances over three weeks in February from some of the biggest names in their respective genres.
Proceeds of this series support the construction of an on-site fort representation and development of additional interpretive resources. The original fort was destroyed during the Battle of Bloody Mose in 1740.