Arts and Entertainment 9-29

Published: Friday, September 28, 2012 at 16:17 PM.

FORT WALTON BEACH – The 2012 Northwest Florida Fair will be held Oct. 8-13 at the C.H.”Bull” Rigdon Fairgrounds. The Myers International Midway will bring rides along with other 4-H exhibits and shows consisting of poultry, goats and cattle. The Paul Bunyan Lumberjack Show is like nothing you have ever seen before.
Preview the Fair free from 5-7p.m. Oct. 8; after that time the gate will go to $5. Family night is Tuesday with $2 for the whole family to enter; Military night is Oct. 10 with free entry to the retired and active military and dependents. Thursday night is student night, wear your school shirt for free entry. A donation will be made to the school who has the most attend, and Saturday is Kids’ Day.

Wednesday Night Concert Series

SANDESTIN – The Village of Baytowne Wharf presents a free concert with The Designated Decoys from 6-8 p.m. Oct. 10 in the Events Plaza. Call 267-8186.

Window Gallery Display

FORT WALTON BEACH – To showcase the work of local artists, the Arts and Design Society presents exhibits in their studio windows facing First Street. In October, the work of Penny MacPherson, sculptor and painter in oils, will be on display. Call 244-1271.

Workshops

FORT WALTON BEACH – The Arts and Design Society will offer the following workshop at 17 First St. Call 244-1271.
• Florals (Acrylics): Loretta Menendian will teach a one-day acrylics class in Florals from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Oct. 11. Cost is $150/members and $165/non-members. Students provide their own materials; a list will be available at the ADSO office.
• Palm Tree and Beach (Acrylics): Loretta Menendian will teach a one-day acrylics class, the subject of which will be the Beach and Palm Trees, from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Oct. 18. Cost is $150/members and $165/non-members.



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