What’s HAPPENING in the Florida Keys this Week with KeysCaribbean Luxury Resort Villas & Marinas!

This week’s  HAPPENINGS in the Florida Keys!!!-Fishing,  Annual Fish Count Dive, Dolphin Tournament, and celebrating the artist Will Fernandez! All with KeysCaribbean Luxury Resort Villas & Marinas!

 

The Upper Keys:

In Key Largo and Islamorada, where KeysCaribbean Luxury Resorts and Marinas has two exclusive locations -Mariners Resort Villas & Marina and the Historic Tavernier Inn

 

Key Largo / July 23

REEF presents: Intro to Basic Fish ID Seminar

Free and open to the public, from 7pm to 9pm. Fish ID class is to prepare REEF volunteers to complete fish surveys for the Great Annual Fish Count dive day event (July 26), as well as become a year-round volunteer. Located at REEF Headquarters, in the median at 98300 Overseas Highway, MM 98.3.
Email: reefhq@reef.org

 

Key Largo / July 26

July’s Great Annual Fish Count Dive Day

 Volunteer divers and snorkelers can help identify and document fish diversity and population trends in marine ecosystems. The GAFC serves to introduce and inspire recreational divers and snorkelers to participate in REEF’s year-round Volunteer Survey Project, and raise awareness among both the diving community and general public about marine habitats and trends in fish populations. Boats depart at 8 a.m. from Ocean Divers; participants in fish surveys can receive special savings.
Contact: Ocean Divers 305-451-5765
Email: reefhq@reef.org

 

The Middle Keys:

In the Middle Keys, KeysCaribbean Luxury Resorts and Marinas has the Village at Hawks Cay Villas on Duck Key, Indigo Reef Resort Villas & Marina and the Coral Lagoon Resort Villas & Marina vacation rentals in Marathon

 It’s quiet on the Middle Keys this week!

Lower Keys:

In the Lower Keys, KeysCaribbean Luxury Resorts and Marinas has the Coral Hammock Resort Villas and Kings Point Marina & Condominiums vacation rentals 

Key West / April 1 – September 30

Key West Art & Historical Society presents: Key West or Bust, A History of Tourism

 The Florida Keys have historically been an alluring travel destination for travelers around the world. With the onset of the Great Depression in the 1930s, tourism in Key West was the lynchpin in warding off bankruptcy. This exhibit explores the history of tourism in the Florida Keys from the 1920s until the 1980s while focusing specifically on transportation, accommodation, travel brochures and postcards. Custom House Museum is located at 281 Front Street, and open daily 9:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
Contact: 305-295-6616

 

Key West / May 16 – September 30

Custom House Museum presents: Florida Keys or Bust! A History of Tourism

 The Florida Keys have historically been an alluring travel destination for travelers around the world. With the onset of the Great Depression in the 1930s, tourism in Key West was the lynchpin in warding off bankruptcy. This exhibit will explore the history of tourism in the Florida Keys from the 1920s until the 1980s while focusing specifically on transportation, accommodation, travel brochures and postcards. Exhibit runs through September.
Contact: 305-295-6616

 

Key West / June 1 – September 30

Key West Art & Historical Society presents: Will Fernandez

 For longer than a decade, Will Fernandez has been one of Key West’s most enchanting artists. He paints and sculpts almost entirely from memory and makes his works quite humorous and whimsical. In this exhibition, he displays a number of his impressionistic-style paintings, as well as a selection of his distinctive sculptures in stone, wood, clay and more. Custom House Museum is located at 281 Front Street, and open daily 9:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
Contact: 305-295-6616

 

 

Key West / April 6 – November 30

Key West Fishing Tournament

More than 40 species of fish are targeted during these months, with divisions for men, women, junior anglers (ages 10 to 14) and Pee Wees (under 10 years old). The Key West Fishing Tournament strongly encourages the release of game fish. All participating anglers receive certificates noting their catches and qualify for a variety of prizes.
Contact: Rob Harris 305-587-6718; Doris 305-295-6601
Email: kwft@comcast.net

 

Key West / April 15 – July 31

6th Annual Key West Art Garden

The cost of admission to the Key West Tropical Forest & Botanical Garden brings visitors an added value and wealth of beauty with 19 sculptures, each made of recycled materials, and some interactive, placed throughout the garden from local contemporary artists. Garden is open from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. daily.
Email: mmcrae@kwbgs.org

 

 

Key West / June 1 – September 30

Key West Art & Historical Society presents: Will Fernandez

 For longer than a decade, Will Fernandez has been one of Key West’s most enchanting artists. He paints and sculpts almost entirely from memory and makes his works quite humorous and whimsical. In this exhibition, he displays a number of his impressionistic-style paintings, as well as a selection of his distinctive sculptures in stone, wood, clay and more. Custom House Museum is located at 281 Front Street, and open daily 9:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
Contact: 305-295-6616


Key West / July 13 – 16

Del Brown Permit Tournament

Anglers fly-fish on the flats in a challenge that honors the late angling pioneer Del Brown, who caught and released more than 500 permit off the Keys. Professionals and guides are allowed to compete as well. The tournament angler who catches the highest total inches of permit on fly on the flats earns the title of grand champion. Awards also await the grand champion guide, runner-up grand champion and the angler who catches the event’s largest permit.
Contact: Loren Rea 305-360-6969
Email: loren@keywestdesign.com

These are some of my favorite happenings this week and next in the Florida Keys. If you’re comig down to visit and stay with us at the KeysCaribbean Luxury Resorts & Marinas in our vacation rentals, share some of your favorite experiences with us …

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