The Keys Blast from Ed Krane and Friends
October 14, 2019

The Two October Exhibitions on the Main Floor of KWAHS ( Key West Art & Historical Society) are "Royal Retrospective : 40 Years of Fantasy Fest" And An Amazing Collection of WaterColor Paintings "Surroundings" by the Legendary Martha Watson Sauer

The Two TSKW (The Studios of Key West) New First Floor Exhibitions are from Jack McDonald & Wonder Dog Productions "Master Slacker" and Flower Conroy "Insects and Angels" (More Below)

Next Three Openings : On Sunday 1-3pm Oct. 13, Oct 27, & Nov. 10
MCSO Animal Farm (More Below)

Jay & Wyland Galleries in Key West Have A Large Amount of their Year Round Artists Come Visiting.  An Artist Named "Oryan" was Just in Town and we Visited Him. (More Below) Plus Complete Wyland Schedule of Year Round Artists for October Visiting Key West (Much More Below)
Steve Harlan Visits Wyland Gallery Oct. 21-27 (Above is one of his Areas at Wyland). We have a few of his Works in this Issue and the Next Issue. Must See in Person. His Colors & Depths are So Vibrant

Pt. 3 of 3 Rare Marilyn Monroe Photographs

Pt. 2 of 2 Photographs Shot by Drones

Grand Breaking for the Next Phase of Development at The Truman WaterFront Park + Alyson Crean Sends Us Information and Photos.

Fall Open House Oct 19 from The College of the Florida Keys ( More Below)

Extensive Material from KWAHS on the Two November Exhibitions from Lisandra Ramirez & Osmeivy Ortega AND Silvia Rodriguez Rivero PLUS the  Exhibitions Opening Early 2020


WWW.THEBLUEPAPER.COM Every Week we Enjoy Linking their Newspaper with our Magazine. They provide Hundreds of Local Features-Photos & Videos


Pam Hobbs New exhibition at Salt Island Provisions Gallery :
"Women with Fish and Fresh New Paintings". More Below

The Key West Theater : Amazing Year Round Talent. (More below)


Executive Contributing Editor Rodney Ross Fills Us in on the Last Few Weeks of Activity & Details for 10/18 (More Below) Plus Links for Additional Info.

Part 7 : The Gold Coast Cruisers Car Show Featuring 750 Cars in Glen Cove Long Island New York by WWW.GOLDCOASTCRUISERS.COM  .  I took 1001 Photos; an amazing Selection of Cars from 1921- Now.


Much Going on at Zazoo Art & Photographic Gallery Inc. Two Special Events & Don Oriolo Visits Oct. 23-25 (More Below)

"Photos of the Week" from Executive Contributing Editor Peter Arnow

KWAHS ( The Key West Arts & Historical Society ) has Many Events Inc. the October Exhibitions at Custom House and above in this Issue : A Feature from the Last Distinguished Speaker Series: Willie Drye Presentation from his book "Storm of the Century : The Labor Day Hurricane of 1935 Revised Edition". PLUS Many Additional Features on/from the KWAHS 
( Key West Arts & Historical Society ) in This Issue.

The TDC ( Tourist Development Council) sent over their On-Line Oct. "Keys Traveler" and other Updates to their October Website (More Below). WWW.FLA-KEYS.COM 

Horror Films Every Wednesday at the Key West Public Library 700 Fleming St. (More Below)

Three Great Artists Return Visits to their Year Round Hang : Adam Scott Rote 10/20-23 and Gary Welton and Bill Mack 10/24-26. Once Again Must See

  WWW.KWFILMFEST.COM Nov. 20 - 24; & Just Announced from Ruth Reitan at KWFF: The Annual Launch Party will be at Mangoes 700 Duval St. 7pm Oct. 29 (More Below) Including Many of the 2019 Films


The Keys Blast from Ed Krane & Friends ; Going out to 8105 Weekly. In this Issue October 14, 2019: Photo Feature on The KWAHS (Key West Art & Cultural Society) Main Floor 2 Exhibitions : Legendary Martha Watson Sauer "Surroundings" & "Royal Retrospective : 40 Years of Fantasy Fest", Photo Feature on TSKW (The Studios of Key West)  Main Floor 2 Exhibitions : "Insects and Angels" by Flower Conroy and "Master Slacker" by Jack McDonald and Wonder Dog Productions, Next MCSO Animal Farm Oct. 13 & 27 and Nov. 10 (2nd & 4th. of Month Sundays 1-3p), Key West Film Festival Nov. 20-24 with Kick-Off Launch Party at Mangos Oct. 29 7p,
WomanKind "Brazaar" Oct. 17 at KWT, "Photos of the Week" by Executive Contributing Editor Peter Arnow, Artist "Oryan" Visited Wyland Gallery and We Visited Him + Steve Harlan Comes Visiting Wyland 10/21-27 + Complete Schedule and Great Art in This Issue, Pt. 3 of 3 Rare Marilyn Monroe Photos (Side Note ; see some Marilyn Monroe Photographs in Zazoo Art & Photo Gallery), Pt. 2 of 2 Photographs Shot by Drones, Ground Breaking for the Next Phase Development at Truman WaterFront Park, Our Weekly MCSO and The City of Key West Sections, Open House at The College of the Florida Keys 10/19, Extensive Material from TSKW and KWAHS,  Roberta DePietro and Peter Arnow's Key West Playbills, Cabaret D'Vine Schedule at Kate Miano's Garden Hotel, Pam Hobbs Exhibition " Women with Fish and Fresh New Paintings" at Salt Island Provision Gallery,  Key West Theater, The Royal Coronation Ball 10/18, Headdress Ball 10/24, Pt. 7 of Many from the Gold Coast Cruisers Classic Car Show, Two Zazoo Special Events and Owner / Artist Don Oriolo Visits 10/23-25, Adam Scott Rote 10/20-23 & Bill Mack / Gary Welton 10/24-26 Visit The Key West Gallery,

In This Issue Oct. 14, 2019 Continued :

Photo Feature from the Last KWAHS Distinguished Speaker Series from Willie Drye "Storm of the Century : The Labor Day Hurricane 1935 Revised",  October TDC's On-Line "Keys Traveler"
WWW.PLANT-A-MILLION-CORALS.COM & Dr. David Vaughan, Horror Films at the KW Library Wednesdays in Oct.,  KW Artisan Market Next Sun.10/20 & 11/3 + KW Farmers Market at Truman WaterFront Park Thursdays, Mangia-Mangia Starts Up Again their Well Received Group Dinner Non Profit Dinner Programs ( Giving 30% Back), Gallery on Green Exhibition  "Their Key West" 10/19 Featuring Papito Suarez-Andy Thurber-& Wayne Garcia, McKee Artists Fund of the Florida Keys "Call to Artists" + Some Art in this Issue from a few of their Contributing Artists, Last Stand : Protecting the Keys, Zombie Bike Ride 10/20, Gallery Talk and Reading (Complimentary) by Flower Conroy 10/14 at TSKW, 
Key West Butterfly & Nature Conservatory, Eco-Discover Center Saturdays for Families,
WWW.TROPICCINEMA.COM  Hosts KWFF 11/20-24, Aids Help of Monroe County, KW Tropical Forest and Botanical Garden's "Screaming Green Halloween" 10/26, Red Barn- WaterFront Playhouse & Fringe Theater, 
Searle Brothers Nursery and Rain Forest Collection Landscaping,

In This Issue Oct. 14, 2019  Continued  :

ALL 3 Have Excellent Events Schedules-Photos-Videos-Local News Stories,  WWW.ABSOLUTELYAMAZINGEBOOKS.COM Hundreds of Excellent On-Line Books ( Many from Local KW Authors), WWW.SUNSETWATERSPORTSKEYWEST.COM ,  
WWW.MANGIA-MANGIA.COM , United Way of the Florida Keys, 
Mall on Duval, (NOW) National Organization of Women,, Past Blasts, 
A Few of our Next Issue Features, SouthernMost Chamber Music Society, South Florida Symphony Orchestra, and Impromptu Classical Concerts of KW, KWAHS has a Creative Workshop (10/14) at East Fort Martello for the Zombie Bike Ride (Ages 5-17), Florida Keys Council of the Arts and Well Received Cuban / Latin American Curator Alaen Ledesma Fernandez,  Books and Books Author Events in November,  Misha in the Morning at The Gardens Hotel, Kyla Piscopink's WWW.DANCEKEYWEST.ORG ,  
 Reef Relief Annual Membership Meeting Nov.13 at Casa Marina,  Q-Magazine, Island House Videos,

In This Issue October 14, 2019 Continued :  

 Past Blast Issue Links,  WWW.MARCHHOUSE.ORG , 
 , Key West PlayBills ( Outstanding Visibility with Upscale Demographics (PUT RIGHT INTO THEIR HANDS) of the Many Attending Events, San Carlos Institute, Preserve Island Life,  WWW.FKSPCA.ORG , WWW.BOOKSANDBOOKSKW.COM , KW Chapter  The Smart Ride from WWW.AHMONROE.ORG ,   WWW.KWLS.ORG , ,Tennessee Williams Museum Exhibit,  "The White Rabbit WonderLand" : A Burlesque Parody at KWT 10/23, Florida Health Monroe Co., Community Foundation of the Florida Keys & More. Thanks for Reading Ed Krane & Friends ( The Many Associate Contributing Editors / Organizations )

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The Key West Art and Historical Society Presents Their Annual : Royal Retrospective : 40 Years of Fantasy Fest

Brace yourselves-it's that time of year again, where 50,000 costumed (or semi-costumed) revelers arrive to party hardy, Fantasy Fest style. The Key West Art & Historical Society joins in on the carousing by paying homage to the altruism of the world-renowned island festival that provides integral funds for AH Monroe with a new exhibit titled  Royal Retrospective : 40 Years of Fantasy Fest.
The brainchild of Frank Romano, Joe Liszka, Tony Falcone, and Bill Conkle, Fantasy Fest was created in 1979 as a remedy to boost tourism with a two-day celebration and parade.  Over the decades, it has grown into a ten-day, colorful extravaganza featuring balls, parties, and parades, culminating with an immense, Mardi-Gras style parade helmed by that year's Fantasy Fest King and Queen- a title won by the candidate who has raised the most money for AH Monroe.
The  Royal Retrospective exhibit is co-curated with Tennessee Williams Key West Exhibit founder Dennis Beaver and will focus on the themes from each year's celebration via the annual Fantasy Fest posters, photographs of the former Kings and Queens, the fundraising efforts on behalf of AH Monroe, and the diverse objects and images that make Key West the place to be each October.  This year is extra special because Fantasy Fest organizers have donated a large number of historical ephemera and photographs to The Society that will be on display.

Parts 2 and 3 Up Shortly

The Other Main Floor Exhibition at KWAHS is from a Legend in Key West Art : Martha Watson Sauer.  Ms. Sauer Traveled the Latin American Countries Extensively. All her Work was WaterColor on Paper
Please Read Below from KWAHS

With her sketchbook and paints invariably in hand, Martha Watson Sauer (1912-2006) created an incredible body of artwork while also serving as a teacher of watercolor painting and weaving in the Key West arts community.  A Key West resident for nearly 70 years  Surroundings: Watercolors by Martha Watson Sauer pays tribute to more than half a century of Sauer's work, which also include her personal effects and sketchbooks.  Her plein air watercolors spread beyond the island, they highlight architecture, landscape and people from her extensive travels around Mexico, the Caribbean, Europe and across the United States.  "My aim is to transmit to paper the delights of nature and the out-of-doors; the sun's heat and the deep cool of shadow," she explained prior to her death in 2005.  "My paintings are not puzzles.  I like what I see and try my best to present the scene so others may share in the enjoyment of it."
Born and raised in Bucks County, Pennsylvania, Sauer came to Key West in 1936 during the Great Depression while the city was clawing its way out of its economic malaise by encouraging tourism with the help of the Federal Emergency Relief Administration (FERA), later called the Works Progress Administration (WPA).  Key West had not been her intended destination.  "My mother and I stopped by accident in a travel agency in Miami," Sauer remembered.  "We saw these watercolors by [FERA artist] Avery Johnson with scenes of Key West.  It was such a dear little town.  So I said, 'Let's go to Key West,' and we did."
Arriving at a time when a number of the WPA artists remained active in Key West's economic recovery efforts, Sauer's innate watercolor technique was noticed by the professional artists.  She received early tutelage from members of the WPA, particularly F. Townsend Morgan.  Sauer was asked to create lino-block prints for tourist brochures promoting tourist destinations including the Key West Municipal Aquarium, the Hemingway House, West Martello and the Peggy Mills House.  Sauer became one of the original members of the Key West Art Center that was known as the WPA's Key West Community Art Center in the 1930s.  Her very first sale was a painting purchased by the eminent pragmatist philosopher John Dewey, once a Key West resident.  Today, her works hang in private collections in Switzerland, Japan, Great Britain, Canada and the United States, including the Key West Art Center located at 301 Front Street.
Exhibit sponsored by The Helmerich Trust and the Key West Art Center.

"Snow Cones"

"Water Fountain"


Tej Kenyer
More from Martha Watson Sauer Up Shortly
and here is the Exhibition Page on the KWAHS Website that will give you all the Current & Year Round Exhibitions 
Upcoming Exhibitions
The 4 Listed Right Now
"Literary History of Key West" Nov. 1-Feb 9, 2020
"Key West Collects : Our Community Treasures" Nov. 22 - Jan. 5, 2020
"From a Woman's Hand" Jan. 17- March 22
"Sanford Birdsey A Retrospective" Feb. 21 - April 22, 2020

More from KWAHS Up Shortly


Artist "Oryan" Visits the Wyland gallery where he Hangs Year Round.

Part 2 of 2 "Oryan" in the Next Issue. A little further down are some paintings by Steve Harlan. He'll be Visiting The Wyland Gallery Key West Oct. 21-27.

Part 2 of 2 Photographs Shot by Drones

More Drone Photographs Up Shortly

Salt Island Provisions Gallery & General Store  WWW.SALTISLANDPROVISIONS.COM
830 Fleming St. 305-517-6088
"Women with Fish and Fresh New Paintings"


Vi & Bev

More "Women with Fish and fresh New Paintings" Up Shortly

The Next Phase of Development at The Truman WaterFront Park.  Ground Breaking

More Groundbreaking Up Shortly 


Pt. 3 of 3 :  Rare Marilyn Monroe Photos (Edited & Originally Published by Sarah Jones).  Here is the First Week Part 1 Sept. 30 and Pt. 2 Oct. 7

More Rare Marilyn Monroe Rare Photographs Up Shortly

 WWW.MANGIA-MANGIA.COM 900 Southard Street 305-294-2469
MANGIA MANGIA's Season of Helping Out the Deserving Non Profits with their Dinner Plans. Heather and  Michael send Regards and tells us :
Yes, we have already started our events for non-profits and giving 30% off to localsEditor's note : A Great Way to Give Your Organization Some Funds with a Peaceful / Relaxing Group Dinner for Friends, Family and Associates ; and as We ALL Know ; Excellent Food..Sit in their Backyard or enjoy Dinner in their Spacious Dinning Room.  ( More Below)

Papito Suarez - Andy Thurber - Wayne Garcia
October 19

  The Anne McKee Artists Fund of the Florida Keys, Inc. announces a Call to Artists for the 2020 Fine Art Auction, to take place on Wednesday, February 12, 2020 at the Studios of Key West.  

The submission period for artwork is open October 15th, and closes on November 15th.  Online applications and accompanying photo(s) can be submitted from our website at Artists will be notified of acceptance no later than December 1st.

Due to space and time limitations, we are only able to accept 50 entries. The Anne McKee Artists Fund of the Florida Keys, Inc., in its sole discretion, determines whether or not art submitted will be accepted for auction. 
 The annual art auction raises money for project-based grants to Keys visual, literary and performing artists.  Attendees can bid on original paintings, sculpture, photography, fiber art, ceramics, mixed media, jewelry and more.
 Each participating artist receives 50 percent of the proceeds from the sale of his or her work, while the McKee Fund receives the remainder to award to other Keys artists for select projects.  Founded by longtime Key West resident Anne McKee, the not-for-profit fund has awarded more than $280,000 since 1994.
 For more information about the Anne McKee Artists Fund and its annual auction and artist grants, visit .

The McKee Board
Kalo Clark : President
Dr. Jane Grannis : VP
Marsha Williams : Secretary
Roberta DePiero : Treasurer & Event MC
Sally Wernicoff : Corresponding Secretary

Just a few of the Artists Donating Time and Works (Click Link Above to see Many)

Karen Beauprie 

Lucy Paige

Silda Trevisan
More Artists that Have Given Time and their Works to The Anne Mckee Artist Fund Up Shortly.  We will also do soon an Encore Feature showing ALL 19 of this Years Anne McKee Artist Fund Recipients at their Welcoming Party at Kate Miano's Gardens Resort



October 20, 2019


October 20 - Key West Artisan Market: Zombie Pre-Party Edition
Key West Artisan Market  kicks off the season with the "Zombie Bike Ride Pre-Party" Edition Oct 20th - rise and ride to the occasion! 10 am to 2 pm at Higgs Beach, Key West. Guests can enjoy coffee, bloody's, mimosas along with a full bar from Great Events Catering, smoothies, natural juices and cut fruit, multiple food trucks and stalls offering eat-here or take-away for snacking or a delicious pre-Zombie meal. Shop a curated outdoor market offering fine crafts and art from talented Florida Keys makers. Listen to awesome musicians, catch The The X Key West radio show live, support our featured charity, Little Pink Houses of Hope (October is Breast Cancer Awareness month), meet local authors and get your zombie on at one of the makeup booths. BYBO (bring your own bags). Free entry & parking.
For a full Zombie schedule visit Zombie Bike Ride 2019 and for all things Fantasy Fest
Bookmark Key West Artisan Market for this season's dates. Email to become a vendor or register here ==>

Keep up the Great Job Jill and sean

Master Slacker at The Studios of Key West by Jack McDonald 
Exhibition Oct.3-28.  Our Magazine will run Probably a 4 Part / Week Feature

Jack McDonald uses spray paint, stencil stylings, and acrylic brush work to create off-the-wall immersive paintings. With graffiti-inspired concepts, the imagery consists of colorful backgrounds, humorous characters, and strange overlaying text. McDonald has been creating work nonstop for the last 12 years-not only his own work, but also floats, theatrical sets, party props and backdrops. This exhibition is a culmination of that flurry of creative hard work. The Wonderdog crew joins in the fun, utilizing the open space in the gallery as a Fantasy Fest workshop, where glitter, tulle feathers, glue, you name it are transformed into costumes and props.

More Master Slacker Up Shortly
To see ALL the Current and Future Exhibitions at TSKW Click Exhibition Link from their Website
and to see the extensive Coverage of the reception ; Click Last Week's Issue Directly Below After Flower's Feature

Now "Insects and Angels" from Flower Conroy and TSKW ( The Studios of Key West). Exhibition Runs Oct.3-28

Island poet Flower Conroy delves deep into themes of love, loss, spirituality, religion, mortality and extinction. Lately, she's turned her eye toward the visual, and taken inspiration from Cesar A. Cruz's idea that "art should comfort the disturbed and disturb the comfortable." In her newest endeavor, Insects & Angels, Conroy creates art assemblages using plastic toothpicks, broken jewelry, rubber toys, bones and Christmas lights-and of course, language, to convey weighty ideas with humor and camp.

"Escape to Nowhere" 

"Our Lady of Insectum and Angels"

Bar (D) Fly

Snake Breaking Disorder : Medusa

More of "Insects and Angels" in the Next Issue
The Last Issue had Extensive Coverage of the Oct. 3 Receptions Click the October 7, 2019 issue Link

Mon Oct 14, 6pm
Free & open to the public

Award-winning writer and former Key West Poet Laureate, Flower Conroy will be reading a selection of poems, including the ekphrastic poetry from her "Insects & Angels" exhibit. The reading will be followed by brief question-and-answer session. Wine will be served. Their E-Mail Campaign of Oct. 12 which will have Info. on this event and other Material Inc. The Classes from Rosalind Brackenbury Nov.16 & 17

ALSO FURTHER DOWN IN One of the Regular TSKW Sections is Information about the November Exhibitions


We Now continue with Part 2 of 3 in This Issue KWAHS Annual :Royal Retrospective : 40 Years of Fantasy Fest

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Part 3 of 3 in This Issue Up Shortly

Part 2 of 2 from the Exhibition at KWAHS "Surroundings" by Marta Watson Sauer


French Square with Fountain

Next Week we Continue with "Surroundings" by Martha Watson Sauer
Our Weekly Issues Always has Many different areas devoted to giving Info. on ALL the Events-Exhibitions-Classes at both KWAHS and TSKW
More from Both Up shortly


WWW.KEYWESTBUTTERFLY.COM 305-296-2988  1316 Duval St.

 November 20-24, 2019

Editor's Note : Click This Link Below for the latest E-Mail Campaign (10/13) Filled with Much Information

Secondly the Kick Off Launch Party is back to Mangoes on Oct. 29 7pm at 700 Duval St.

ALL Access VIP Passes on Sale ; Click VIP for Info. & Purchase

The Annual Launch Party for the 2019 KWFF 
Ruth Reitan from KWFF Sends regards and tells Us "Join us Tuesday evening, October 29 7pm at Mangoes 700 Duval Street in Old Town Key West where we reveal the  Full 2019 Film Program ,  Special Events, and Celebrity Guests.

Come out for a drink, enter to win KWFF swag and tickets, meet festival staff, and be the first to hear the exciting festival line-up (maybe even before the coconut telegraph...). Save the Date! More details to follow".

Here is one of the Go To KWFF Managers & On Stage Presenters : Ruth Reitan (Ruth@KWFILMFEST.COM)

Here is another GREAT Recent E-Mail Campaign from the KWFF Giving us Info. on some of this Year's Films. 

This Year there are 2 Specialty Film Series : Eco-Conservation-Green-Nature / Animal Films and Cuban Films 

Ever Saturday Morning 10am is Discovery Saturdays for the entire Family

33 East Quay Rd. 305-809-4750




The Key West Gallery

Part 1 Peter Max Works in The Sept 9 Issue 
Part 2 in the Sept 23 Issue also many of Peter Max's Work
The Key West Gallery has Access to ALL of Peter's Works and when you go to their Website you will also see their Large Selection

WWW.KEYWESTGALLERY.COM 601 Duval St. 305-292-9339

Peter Max May Collector's VIP Studio Event in NYC
Sunday, November 17, 2019 at 5:00 PM EST
Monday, November 18, 2019 at 3:00 PM EST

PETER MAX COLLECTOR'S FLING IN NEW YORK CITY Presented by Key West Gallery For additional details and to RSVP for your preferred date call 305-292-9339 Night 1 Complimentary Dinner Hosted by Key West Gallery Day 2 1 to 3 PM- Visit the Peter Max Studio
Peter Max Studio in New York City

Next Two Events at the Key West Gallery
Fantasy Fest Kick-Off with Adam Scott Rote
Sunday, October 20, 2019 at 10:00 AM EDT
Wednesday, October 23, 2019 at 10:00 PM EDT

Meet the Artist 11am-2pm and 7-10pm Daily. Adam Rote will unveil his newest original and limited edition paintings as he paints live in the gallery. Enjoy show specials and personalized dedications on all new artwork purchases.
Key West Gallery

Adam Scott Rote (Immediate Left) Welcoming his Many Good Friends and ASR Collectors in KW

Fantasy Fest Meet Bill Mack & Gary Welton - VIP Events at Key West Gallery
Thursday, October 24, 2019 at 10:00 AM EDT
Saturday, October 26, 2019 at 11:00 PM EDT

A collection of artwork by two world-renowned artists, Bill Mack & Gary Welton, will be on display & available for acquisition at KWG October 24-26 2019 MEET THE ARTISTS. The Gallery & Show are open to the public: Oct 24 - 26: 10am -11pm & October 26: 10am - 7pm. VIP Private Parade Viewing Party October 26: 7pm - 11pm RSVP required at305-292-9339
Key West Gallery

Here are Two of the Many Pieces that at the Gallery from Bill Mack

Here are Two of the Many Pieces Hanging by Gary Welton at The Key West Gallery

Thanks Key West Gallery for bringing into Key West Amazingly Talented Artists. What a Treat Visiting Your Gallery


Misha McCrae Sends Regards and Tells Us :
Show off your scary design skills and enter the "Scarecrows in the Garden" artist design contest.   All Scarecrow entries will be on display for two months from October through November 30, 2019 and the use of natural materials is highly encouraged.
3 categories for entries : Amateur, Creative Professional, & Business
Application deadline extended through October 15th.   See attached for details, application and rules or go to   We hope to see your Scarecrow at the Garden!
2 COSTUME COMPETITIONS, 5 AND UNDER BEGINS AT NOON & 6 - 12 AT 1PM WITH PRIZES AWARDED FOR Best Recycle Costume, Best Costume Theme & Most Original: SPECIAL ATTENTION TO COSTUMES MADE OF RECYCLED MATERIALS. Go to for more details. Brought to you by
The annual 'SCREAMING GREEN HALLOWEEN' at the Historic Key West Tropical Forest & Botanical Garden on Saturday, October 26, 2019 from 10 AM to 2 PM offers children a safe Halloween while educating in a fun, sometimes scary, ways to save the environment, respect nature with examples of recycled items for costumes, decorations, crafts, games and activities.
Arts, Crafts, games and Candy Stations will be set up throughout the garden so kids can be in costume, explore the Garden and participate in tricks and hunt for treats!  There will be 2 costume competitions MC'S by keys own Leigha Fox of Clear Channel Radio for 5 and under and 6 - 12 with prizes, the ever popular bounce house, games, food and more. 


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 The KWAHS Monthly "Distinguished Speaker Series" Feature in This Issue Author Willie Drye "  Storm of the Century :  The Labor Day Hurricane of 1935 Revised Edition"
The Large Amount of Advance Tickets Sold made it Necessary to Hold the Event Next Door from the Custom House to the Margaritaville Main Ballroom

More from Storm of the Century : The Labor Day Hurricane of 1935 Revised Edition Up Shortly


 We Now Continue with Photographs Shot from Drones

Vietnamese Duck Farm


3428 N. Roosevelt Ave.

3 Links for Information & Tickets Further Down in the KWBG Weekly Section


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Please take a look at this 2.5 Minute Video of Our Sheriff; Hit SHERIFF Link. Next Issue : More Great Deeds that Sheriff Ramsay and the MCSO Troops Perform.


We Now Continue with Pt. 3 of 3 : Rare Photos of Marilyn Monroe. Originally Edited and Published by Sarah Jones.


WWW.REDBARNTHEATRE.COM 319 Duval St. 305-296-9911

First Play of the 2019 / 2020 Season

Dec 10, 2019 - Jan 4, 2020

Based on the book by Cheryl Strayed. Adapted by Nia Vardalos.

Directed By: Joy Hawkins

A struggling writer takes over as an online advice columnist who admits she doesn't have all the answers but mines her own mistakes to empathically respond to dilemmas that are at the heart of being human. The play was based on the best-selling book by Cheryl Strayed of "Wild" fame (a book and movie starring Reese Witherspoon) and was originally directed by Thomas Kail, the director of Hamilton. Tiny Beautiful Things is a luminous play about reaching when you're stuck, healing when you're broken and finding the courage and humor to take on the questions which sometimes have no answers.


5901 College Rd. 305-296-9081

The College of the Florida Keys ( CFK) invites prospective students and their families to its Fall Open House Saturday, October 19 at its Key West Campus, beginning at 9:30 a.m.

Future students will meet faculty, staff, and current students and learn about bachelors' and associate degrees as well as career training programs.  The College will also share information about financial aid and scholarship opportunities, learning support resources, and student clubs and activities.

The event will feature a campus tour with stops along the way that exhibit each College program.  Tour highlights will include the Aquaculture Lab, Dive Training Lagoon, Culinary Arts Lab, Nursing Patient Simulation Lab, Marine Engineering Lab, and Lagoon Landing Residence Hall.  Family members will participate in a "President to Parent" talk with CFK President Dr. Jonathan Gueverra about guiding and supporting soon-to-be college students.  The Open House activities will conclude with a Caribbean lunch, prepared by the College's Campus Cafe.

The regular $30 application fee will be waived for those who attend the event.  Future students are asked to R.S.V.P. at  For more information, contact CFK Director of Recruitment Marissa Owens at 305-809-3207 or




Searle Brothers Nursery & The Rainforest Collection
has their Annual Fall Sale at the Nursery & KW
WWW.RAINFORESTCOLLECTION.COM  6640 SW 172nd. Ave., SW Ranches, Fla, 33331  Larry Searle 954-658-4319  Jeff Searle 954-658-4317 


Steve Harlan Will be in Town Oct 21-27. his Depth and Colors are so Vibrant (Must See in Person)

More from Wyland Gallery Further Down; which includes the rest of the October Visiting Artists Schedule and a few more Steve Harlan Pieces.  We are very excited to meet Steve Harlan Oct. 21-27


One of the Features Next Week is Effusion Gallery on 701 Duval St.
EFFUSION GALLERY (Just Opened July 5) 701 Duval St.
305-735-4345  WWW.EFFUSION.COM

I n Keeping with the Spirit of the 3 part Feature we have been running : Rare Marilyn Monroe Photos; Effusion has a few Pieces of Art with Marilyn as the Subject. Next Week we'll have More Pieces from this New Gallery on Duval Street. Keep up the Great Work Brandi; Once Again Next Week We'' Feature about 10 of their New Paintings at Effusion

ALSO NEXT WEEK Photos from the "Happy Hour with the Historian" & Curator of KWAHS Cori Convertito Phd. from a SRO Presentation "Key West and The Civil War".  Our Feature next Week includes Many of the Slides Cori used.  Outstanding Job as usual.

Larry Baeder & Ben Harrison

Above two Photos from Executive Contributing Editor Ralph DePalma ; Shooting at the KWBVMP's 7th Annual Fund Raising Oktoberfest.  WWW.RWDEPALMA.COM RWDEPALMA@GMAIL.COM
In the Next few weeks; we'll have an On-Line Photographic Exhibition from Ralph (Showing Just a Few of the Thousands of Photographs He Has Shot for Various Organizations and Of Course for his Books "The Soul of Key West" and Of Course The Hundreds of Concerts He's Shot. Thanks Again Ralph for Sharing Your Excellent Work with our 8,000 Readers.  WWW.BVMPKW.ORG
A Truly Deserving Non-Profit Organization with Funds Staying Right Here to Continue to Help Educate OUR Young People.

Also Featured in the Next Issue

 The College of the florida Keys Sent Over some Photos of their Florida Keys Poetic Series (Last One at TWT Featured Poet Chelsea Rathburn)
Also next Week MANY Parts 2 & 3 and Even 8+ Parts ( Classic Car Exhibition from Gold Coast Cruisers Featuring 750 Cars) Carried over from This Issue (Oct 14)


We Now continue with Some of the Many Artists that have gone into "Partnership" with the Annual Anne McKee Artist Fund Auction.  I say Partnership since the Artist I believe Splits 50/50 on the Gross Sale.

Gabrielle Wilson

Carrie Disrud

Jessica Webster

Jeanne LaRance

Jon McIntosh
More Up Shortly

Direct Donate Link Below
24215 Carribean Dr. W., SummerLand Key, Fl. 33042

Part 7
Their Classic Car Group Holds Many Car Shows in the NY Area ; This One in Glen Cove LI NY at Morgan Park had 750 Classic Cars.  I will be featuring Most of them in many Issues

More Classic Cars Up Shortly

Part 2 of 2 
Salt Island Provisions Gallery & General Store  WWW.SALTISLANDPROVISIONS.COM
830 Fleming St. 305-517-6088
"Women with Fish and Fresh New Paintings"




The Exhibition from Laurie Richardson and Pam Hobbs Should be up all of October.  I noticed that a few Red Dots appeared the First Day ; as well as noticing that this Series is def. Priced Right Especially if you are (Like All of KW) a Pam Hobbs Fan 

281 Front St. 305-295-6616

Part 3 of 3 The KWAHS "Royal Retrospective : 40 Years of Fantasy Fest

Part 2 of 3 The Exhibition from Key West Art & Historical Society in our Next Issue


The Key West Art Center is excited to announce the addition of our "Sip and Create" series.  A series of fun, creative and unique classes are being offered beginning in October.  These classes are being taught by instructors who have much experience in their relative fields and have taught many classes through out the Keys.  The Key West Art Center has reached out to them to add Key West!  Classes include various types of Jewelry making, basket weaving, buoy painting and more.  More information can be found on the Key West Art Center Facebook page,  or by calling 305-294-1241
Images  Pine Basket Weaving Class,  Fantasy Fest Buoy class, Jewelry Class

Part 2 of 2 in this Issue "Master Slacker" at TSKW

More Master Slack from KWAHS : Jack McDonald & Wonder Dog Productions in the Next Issue

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October 1, 2019
Tickets go on sale for all 6 concerts

November 21, 2019 
A potpourri with all 10 SCMS artists offering a taste of the new season and featuring composers Bononcini, Handel, Leoncavallo, Schubert, Saint-Saëns and Sondheim.December 19, 2019 :
Get in the spirit as our artists present an evening of seasonal music. The event will be held in St. Paul's sanctuary which highlights the church's acoustics and magnificent pipe organ. January 16, 2020 :
Vocalists Barbara Staffen, John Baird, and Dean Warden perform Monteverdi, Schubert, Copeland and Weill. February 20, 2020 : Four-hand piano pieces by Dvořak, Chaminade, and Jongen with Ann McFarland and Tim Peterson. March 19, 2020 : An evening of Strings with Irie Monte, Pavla Houdkova and Mark Simcox performing Beethoven and Mozart accompanied by Tim Peterson. April 16, 2020 :
Dvořak performed by Irie Monte, Pavla Houdkova, and Mark Simcox accompanied by Ann McFarland plus Bach sung by John Baird accompanied by Tim Peterson and Donna DeForrest


WWW.TSKW.ORG 305-296-0458 533 Eaton St.

Here are 4 More events from TSKW
Nov. 7-28 "Lisandra Ramirez & Osmeivy Ortega"

Nov.7-28 "Solo Dar Gracias : Just Give Thanks" by Silvia Rodriguez Rivero

4 Upcoming & Current Special Events /Exhibitions from TSKW
Oct. 3-28 "Insects and Angels"
Oct. 3- 28  "Master Slacker" : Jack McDonald & Wonderdog Productions
Nov. 15-19 Havana's 500th Year Anniversary
Dec 5-26 (with Reception 12/5 (6-8pm) Outside the Lines : Winter's Members Exhibition

November 7-28 (Reception 11/7) Click Link
Lisandra Ramirez and Osmeivy Ortega

November 7-28 (Reception 11/7) Click Link
"Solo-Dar-Gracias : Just Give thanks" by Silvia Rodriguez Rivero

A Few Photos from the Two Exhibition Openings at TSKW : "Master Slacker" by Jack McDonald & Wonderdog Productions AND Flower Conroy "Insects and Angels"


281 Front St. 305-295-6616

 The Last "Happy Hour with the Historian" was Last Week at The Blue Room at BottleCap and Cori Convertito's Brilliant Presentation was "Key West and The Civil War". The Next Issue will have Pt 1 of 2 or 3 from the Presentation with Many of the Slides that Dr. Convertito Used.

Click Last week's Issue to see More Photos from  "Ernest Hemingway : The Early Days. The Prior Presentation

Thanks Cori and the Entire Staff at KWAHS
Get Ready for Halloween and Zombie Bike Ride with Creative Workshops at Fort East Martello Museum
Kids aged 5-17 looking to explore Halloween gore with some theatrical make-up tips can enjoy a special workshop at Fort East Martello Museum presented by Key West Art & Historical Society from 9:00am-4:00pm on Monday, October 14.
Wannabe zombies will learn the tricks of using latex and household products to transform the living into the undead during a hands-on "Scars and Scabs, Wounds and Gore" workshop. Artist and teacher Crystal Smith, who has honed her skills working with the Sci-Fi Channel's "Skin Wars" and "Face Off" crews, will offer step-by-step instructions on everything participants need to know about how to make life-like wounds, scabs, and scars, with small kits included to take home.  The cost for "Scars and Scabs, Wounds and Gore" is $40 for Society members and $45 for non-members and includes all supplies.  For more information contact Education Specialist Kassandra Collett at 305-295-6616 ext. 114 or email at .   Sponsored in part by the State of Florida, Division of Cultural Affairs and Society benefactor Lee Garrison;  register now for this limited space workshop at KWAHS.ORG, click "Tickets". Your museums.  Your community.  It takes an island.  (Photo by Crystal Smith)

EDITORS NOTE ; We have detailed Info at the very end of this Issue for 4 or 5 KWAHS Events from Materials that Carol Tedesco and Cricket Desmarais
sent us.  It will come right after the Weekly Section on Art Galleries

Part 2 of 2 from the Distinguished Speaker Series Featuring Willie Drye "Storm of the Century : The Labor Day Hurricane of 1935 revised Edition"

Kim Livingston from KWAHS Introducing Carol Tedesco Below
Who Introduces Willie Drye

As Usual Thanks Willie Dyre for coming to Key West for Your Always So Interesting Presentations.


More from Pt. 7 of the Gold Coast Cruisers Classic Car Show in Glen Cove , LI NY featuring 750 Classic Cars from 1930-Now ; Up Next but First We Continue with the Anne McKee Artist Fund Feature showing just a few of the Artists that have given Time and Art Work Regularly

Mark Hedden

Karen Zen Moore

Jill Julian

Nicholas Bergery

Tonya Feit

AnnaMarie Giordano : As our Readers know AnnaMarie has Life Drawing Workshops at the KWAHS & Should be starting her 2019/ 2020 Season Shortly.

More Anne McKee Artist Fund Up Shortly 

We Now Continue with about 25 More Classic Cars in This Part 7; & Continues with Part 8 in the  Next Issue

More Classic Cars Up Shortly


New Exhibition from Alaen Ledesma Fernandez
The Florida Keys Council of the Arts, in conjunction with Ocean Sotheby's International Realty in Islamorada and Latin American Art Magazine is proud to announce : "The Charm of the Florida Keys", an exhibition of Cuban Artist Esteban Machado, curated by Alaen Ledesma Fernandez at Roberto Russell Gallery at Ocean Sotheby's International Realty, 81888 Overseas Highway in Islamorada.
This exhibit is sponsored in part by the Florida Keys Council of the Arts, Ocean Sotheby's, and Latin American Art Magazine, as well as other supporters.   Free parking is available. RSVP's appreciated, please call Maria at Ocean Sotheby's, 305-712-8888.
Image Below: "El Peregrino" (The Pilgrim), painting by Esteban Machado

Alaen has been curating many Exhibitions the last few years; and he and his pose are very nice.



This Excellent On-Line Newspaper / Magazine has Hundreds of Local News Features-Photos-Videos and Fantastic Investigative Reporting.  Go to their Above Website to see ALL The Updated Features.


The 2020 local elections in Monroe County include State Senate, State and U.S. Representatives, three County Commission seats, Clerk of Courts, Sheriff, Appraiser, Supervisor of Elections, Tax Collector, State Attorney, Public Defender and four judgeships. City of Key West Mayor and three Key West City Commission seats, two Monroe County School Board and two Florida Keys Mosquito Control District seats will also be on the 2020 ballot. Lastly, we will also be voting on the second KEYS Energy Lower Keys representative. (LINK to FULL LIST)  
Support Good Government! Go to, or email for more information on the election


WWW.MANGIA-MANGIA.COM 900 Southard Street 305-294-2469

MANGIA MANGIA's Season of Helping Out the Deserving Non Profits with their Dinner Plans. Heather and Michael send Regards and tells us :
"Yes, we have already started our events for non-profits and giving 30% off to locals.  Editor's note : A Great Way to Give Your Organization Some Funds with a Peaceful / Relaxing Group Dinner for Friends, Family and Associates ; and as We ALL Know ; Excellent Food..Sit in their Backyard or enjoy Dinner in their Spacious Dinning Room."  ( More Below)

Mark's Works in the Background

Here is the Menu Link 


We Continue with Part 7
Their Classic Car Group Holds Many Car Shows in the NY Area ; This One in Glen Cove LI NY at Morgan Park had 750 Classic Cars.  I took 1001 Photos of most of the 750 cars; and should have this Multi-Part / Muti Week Feature done by December 2022.

More Cars Up Shortly


 ZAZOO Art & Photographic Gallery Up Next

Last Week's Issue had 4 interesting Articles & Photos by Alyson Crean.  Click the Oct, 7, 2019 Issue to read it
The Articles : Officer of the First Half of the year Receives award from Chief Brandenburg, Civilian Employee of the First Half of the Year, Fire prevention Week, & Old Parking Pass Renewa l.  Alyson sends us More Features This Week : October is "City Planning Month" &  Acknowledgements to Two City Commissions for their 10+ Years of Service on the City Commission.
We now continue with The Keys Blast from Ed Krane & Friends Coverage of  Pt. 2 of 2 Next Phase of Development on the Truman Waterfront Park Groundbreaking

Here are a few Features & Photos from Alyson Crean
Key West Mayor Teri Johnston, during a recent City Commission meeting, proclaimed October as Community Planning Month.
"Community planning provides an opportunity for all residents to be equally involved in making choices that determine the shared-vision of their neighborhoods," reads the proclamation, "The full benefits of planning require public officials and citizens who understand, support, and demand excellence in planning and plan implementation."
The recognition, said Mayor Johnston in the proclamation, "gives us the opportunity to publicly recognize the participation and dedication of the members of planning boards and other citizen planners who have contributed their time and expertise to the improvement of the City of Key West."
"Thank you for honoring our profession," said Planning Director Roy Bishop. "We are very proud to work for the City of Key West."
Photo & Feature by Alyson Crean
Above : Commissioners Gregory Davila and Jimmy Weekley, HARC Planner Enid Torregrosa, Planner Vanessa Sellers, Mayor Teri Johnston, Planning Director Roy Bishop, Commissioner Sam Kaufman, Planner Angela Budde, Commissioners Clayton Lopez, Planner Melissa Paul, Commissioner Billy Wardlow, and Planner Kathleen McDonald.
In the Photo Below: Parks and Recreation Advisory Board Members Tiffany Pellicier and JW Parks, Truman Waterfront Advisory Board Members Joe Moody and Jim Gilleran, City Commissioners Clayton Lopez and Jimmy Weekley, Mayor Teri Johnston, Commissioners Sam Kaufman, Billy Wardlow and Gregory Davila, Charley Toppino & Sons' Richard Toppino, City Manager Greg Veliz and retired City Manager Jim Scholl.
Photo & Feature by Alyson Crean
The Next Phase of development at The Truman  Waterfront Park. City officials gathered to kick off the reconstruction of the old PAL gym. This phase of development will include new restrooms, a new soccer field and dog park as well as a fruit grove. 
Up Shortly another Feature from Alyson : 
Featuring City Manager Greg Veliz, during a City Commission meeting, recognized two commissioners for their ten years of service on the commission.

Zazoo Getting Involved with some Special Events
PLUS Don Oriolo (Owner of Zazoo & Artists) & Gallery Manager Jason Curkin Donated a painting for The Habitat of Humanity for their raffle.  Pictured Below is Everyone's Friend & Media Guru and Habitat for Humanity's Susan Kent with Jason and the Don Oriolo Painting that they Donated to Habitat for a Fund Raising Raffle.

Imagine Love by Don Oriolo  Mixed Media on Paper
Meet Artist Don Oriolo!
 Approved Artist for Felix the Cat, Casper the Friendly Ghost,  Elvis,  Betty Boop and Popeye!
Artist Don Oriolo will be meeting his fans, painting and talking about his latest projects. Free admission.

Wednesday October 23rd:  7 - 9 pm,  Thursday October 24th:      2 - 5 pm / 7 - 9 pm
Friday October 25th:           2 - 5 pm / 7 - 9 pm 

Here are a Few More Artists & Estates That Have Donated Time and Artwork Annually 

Sal Salinero

Will Fernandez

William Welch

Suann D'Antonio

Larry Blackburn

Michael Palmer

We Continue with Part 7
Pres. Don

Held on Glen Cove Long Island New York at Morgan Park. I took over 1001 Photos and will use about 800 Spread Out Over a Few Issues (Well Many Issues). If any of the readers would like me to send them the entire 800 Photos in a 3 or 4MB Size Format each Photo ; will be glad to do so..Simply send me a Request to EK10@AOL.COM ( No Charge of Course)

We Start Part 8 of the Classical Car Exhibition and Sale at Morgan Park in Glen Cove, LI NY Next Week. WWW.GOLDCOASTCRUISERS.ORG




"Oryan" was in Town a Few Weeks Ago. He Hangs Year Round
(Must See in Person)

 Steve Harlan (Below is one of his Walls : Must See in Person)

The Oct 21 Issue will have Part 2 of 2 Fantastic ArtWork from Steve Harlan 

One of the Many Walls from Wyland and also Next Week We'll Have a few Close Ups.

Oryan:  October 3-4-5-6,  David Miller:  October 10-11-12-13,  Stephen Muldoon:  October 18-19-20-21-22-23-24-25-26,  Steve Harlan:   October 21-22-23-24-25-26-27,  Steve Barton:  October 22-23-24-25-26,  Walfrido Garcia:
 22-23-24-25-26-27, Big Wave - David Wight
Oct. 22-23-24-25-26, Steve Quarterly 22-23-24-25-26-27


MCSO Animal Farm 5501 College Rd. 305-293-7300
MCSO Animal Farm (Usually the 2nd & 4th Sundays of the Month 1-3pm) Next Open are Oct. 13, Oct.27 & Nov.10 


Thank you for helping us support Monroe County students! 
or Mail check to United Way PO Box 2143 KW 33045

WWW.FKSPCA.ORG 5230 College Rd. 305-296-1504


Books and Books at TSKW (Corner Simonton and Eaton)
Next Issue we'll have the November Events from Emily


Click any of the Orange Links to be Taken to the Different Areas on their Website
Key West Sunset Dinner Cruise. Dine in A/C Large Main Cabin. View Famous KW Sunset from Upper Deck. On-Line Special "Dinner Cruise" Not $69 ONLY $59. Adults $59, Children 12 & Under $39.95, & Children 5 & Younger FREE. Includes Tropical Food Buffet with Upper Deck Free Margaritas, Rum Runners, Well Mixed Drinks (Premium Mixed Drinks Extra Cash Bar). Also FREE Champagne & Soft Drinks


Mall on Duval :  The First Weekend of October had Habitat for Humanity as the Mall's Non Profit Organization (The Mall AS USUAL was well Attended) & First Weekend of November 2019 has the FKSPCA as the  Featured Non Profit Organization.

A Photo from the Grand Opening Event


NOW is the largest organization of feminist grass-roots activists in the US. NOW has hundreds of chapters and hundreds of thousands of members and activists in all 50 states. Since its founding 1966, NOW's purpose is to take action through intersectional grassroots activism, to promote feminist ideals, lead societal change, eliminate discrimination, and achieve and protect the equal rights of all women and girls in all aspects of social, political, and economic life. 
Key West NOW meetings are held the fourth Wednesday of the month at 5:30 pm at Shanna Key and we welcome your presence.

City Manager Greg Veliz, during this week's City Commission meeting, recognized two commissioners for their ten years of service on the commission.
But don't let the number fool you. The first recipient, Commissioner Jimmy Weekley may have reached ten years in his current service as District I commissioner, but he's been on the dais nearly continuously since 1985. He represented his district from 1985 until 1999 when he was elected mayor. He served as the city's mayor from 1999 until 2005. He took a, relatively speaking, short hiatus, then was elected to his current seat in 2009.
District III Commissioner Billy Wardlow was also elected to his current seat in October of 2009. However, he served this community with the Key West Fire Department from 1976 until he retired as Chief in 2006.
Photos and Feature by Alyson Crean



Monday-Wednesday-Friday 7:45 AM 
(weather permitting). 
An invigorating blend of stretches, dance, Pilates and yoga for the body, mind and spirit for Individuals and Couples. Towels, Mats, Weights, Music & Instruction for ONLY $15.  526 Angela Street at The Gardens Hotel ( Corner Simonton and Angela). 305-294-3381.  Ask for Concierge as well if you don't see the Group in the Gardens.

WWW.DANCEKEYWEST.ORG Offices & Studios in the Key West Theater 2nd Fl. 512 Eaton St. Kyla Piscopink, Cricket Desmarais, and Kristen Huffman

 One of the ways to Support Dance Key West is of course Make a Donation to this Truly Deserving Non Profit; and Another Way is "Wine Bingo for Dance Key West" at Vinos 810 Duval St.. Contact Vinos and Dance Key West for their upcoming Events

717 Love Lane


 Key West Farmers Market at Truman Waterfront 10a-2pm
On July 16 the Key West City Council approved a weekly Farmers Market at Truman Waterfront. The decision came after new organizers came forward to fill the void left by the abrupt departure of the Green Market at Bayview Park. Jill Snodgrass and Sean Krikorian, owners of the event firm Daily Plan-it, already organize the popular seasonal Key West Artisan Market at Higgs Beach so it was a natural fit. "We feature many of the same vendors who came to us expressing a need and desire to continue serving the people of Key West," Krikorian explained. "Many of them participate in a market almost every day somewhere in the keys, so missing an option on Thursdays left a void for them as well as the patrons."  The Truman Waterfront Advisory Board reached out to encourage selection of that recently renovated area as the new location and both vendors and organizers agreed it is a perfect choice.
The new event will began August 1 and continue every Thursday from 10 am to 2 pm. The show will feature produce sold by the Homestead farmer who grows it, Rosie, the famous cheese lady, orchids and native plants, pickles, honey, handcrafted items and other specialties. Organizers are applying to make the show EBT/SNAP friendly so affordable fresh food will be available to more people. Working locals are urged to take advantage of the many prepared items and stop at the market during their lunch break to enjoy a seaside picnic while they shop. Parking is plentiful and free with a resident parking permit. Visitors are encouraged to use the free pink Duval Loop Bus which stops close by. The new splash park and tours of the Ingham are also available in the park.
"When the Green Market closed many locals were very vocal about wanting a farmers market option in their backyard." Krikorian said, "We hope everyone shows up to support this and helps make sure its sustainable."
For more information or to participate, contact Sean K at 305.731.3385 or visit facebook kwfarmersmarket
Allison Rich
Sr. Library Assistant
Monroe County Public Library
700 Fleming Street
Key West, FL  33040

We are so excited to announce that we are bringing Wednesday night movies back to the library.  We will have all of the titles listed on our website  Thanks!  

Movie Nights at the Library
The Key West Library will host Wednesday night movies during the month of October starting at 5:00 pm.  Our theme for the month is Cult Classic Horror flicks.  All events are free and open to the public. For more information, contact the library at 305-292-3595.   
Trick or Treat Program

The Key West Library is pleased to announce their 4th Annual Haunted Garden Trick or Treat program in the Library Palm Garden on Saturday October 12th from 5-7pm. This program is free and open to kids of all ages and costumes are encouraged.  Halloween candy donations are currently being accepted at the library for this program.  For more information please contact Miss Patricia at 305-292-3595.  The library is located at 700 Fleming St.


The Last Few Issues of The Keys Blast from Ed Krane & Friends
APRIL 1 2019
APRIL 8 2019
APRIL 15 2019
April 29 2019
May 27 (Last Issue of the 2018 / 2019) Season
Special Edition Summer Issue #1 June 24
Special Edition Summer Issue#2 July 15, 2019
Special Edition Summer Issue#3 Aug. 5, 2019
Special Edition Summer Issue#4 Aug. 19, 2019
FIRST ISSUE OF THE 2019 / 2010 Season  Sept. 9
SECOND ISSUE OF THE 2019 / 2010 Season Sept. 23
September 30, 2019
Oct. 7, 2019

From the Key West Business Guild
 808 Duval St. 305-294-4603
WWW.GAYKEYWESTFL.COM  808 Duval St. 305-294-4603.
Next Issue will have the November Business Mixer and Luncheon Dates and Guests.
 KW Headdress Ball Oct. 24, 2019. Click RESERVE and DONATE to do either or both

2019 Headdress Ball Oct 24

Great Job on your Weekly Friday E-Mail Campaigns ; and ALL the Member's Businesses; and Special Event Flyers


 "Photos of the Week" from Executive Contributing Editor Peter Arnow

(Bottom- R) The annual Red Ribbon Run got off to a good start Saturday Morning at the Edward B. Knight Pier run by Theme Runs.  The run benefits all of the candidates running for King and Queen of Fantasy Fest. Photo by Pete Arnow.
(Bottom-R) The Rev Steve Torrence escorts Molly Ersay from the pulpit after she delivered a beautiful remembrance of the late Richard Dennison at the Metropolitan Community Church.

(Top-L) Key West Artist Rock Worth paints Sushi from a photo (Scream) by Larry Blackburn at a fundraiser for Ryan for King at the Gardens hotel. Photo by Pete Arnow.

(Top-R) Jacqueline Luhta was quite happy with her raffle win at the Key West Business Guild October Luncheon. Photo by Pete Arnow.

Peter Arnow's Photos can also be found Most Every Day in WWW.KONKLIFE.COM

Next Week's Issue will have a few of their Most Recent Photo Galleries ; However Why Wait? Hit Above Link & Go to Their Website.


WWW.KEYWEST.GARDEN  305-296-1504
5201 College Rd.  

The Key West Tropical Forest & Botanical Garden on Stock Island is seeking volunteers to help with the Nursery, Garden and general office help.  No experience necessary and training is provided.  Volunteer hours apply toward Community Service for students, City, County & State Programs. For more information contact the Garden office at (305) 296-1504, email or go online to to sign up.  
The Garden is located at 5210 College Road, on Stock Island, Key West, Florida.  For information about visiting the Garden, please visit  or call 305.296.1504.


WWW.MARCHOUSE.ORG  305-296-9556


Q-Magazine from Neil Chamberlain 
WWW.QKEYWEST.COM 305-396-8227

Neil Should have his October Cover Out Shortly

 The Tennessee Williams Museum Exhibit 513 Truman Ave. 305-204-4527

The Keys Blast from Ed Krane and Friends uses Constant Contact for our Database Management and Production. It's amazingly Easy and the Customer Support is second to none (With a Tie with Dell). WWW.CONSTANTCONTACT.COM 866-289-2101


The White Rabbit's Wonderland: A Burlesque Parody 

Take a trip down the rabbit hole into a world of wonder and whimsy! A world where the March Hare dances with a bare derrière and tea parties are way more tasty when the Mad Hatter is only wearing pasties. "The White Rabbit's Wonderland" kicks off at 8:00pm Wednesday, October 23rd at the Key West Theater, 512 Eaton St. and runs for three evening performances. The show, featuring a hit-list of favorite local performers, international burlesque superstars, amazing aerial acrobats, brings all your favorite Wonderland icons to life.
Songstress extraordinary, Shelly Watson host the show as the famed white rabbit, and is supported by local comedian, Steve Crane, as the March Hare . Long time Key West Burlesque performers, Moana Amour and Tatah DuJour are joined by special guests Aurora Natrix and Frankie Markstone who will have your screaming "of with your clothes" instead of "off with their heads"! The always-outstanding Key West Burlesque performers parody the ensemble cast of the cherished tale including the tweedles, and other curious characters like you've never seen before.
The show runs October 23-25 at the Key West Theater. Doors open at 7:30, show begins at 8pm. Tickets ($45-$75) are available online at For more information go to
To purchase tickets for all shows go to for more information on the full Key West Burlesque season lineup check out

Sponsored in part by the Monroe County Tourist Development Council. 


Rebecca Tomlinson (Artistic Managing Director  305-587-8961)   Tickets at


WWW.INSTITUTOSANCARLOS.ORG 516 Duval St. 305-294-3887 




Edited Encore ; Complete Feature the last Two Issue; Here is the Link
Above will also give you Submission of Costumes  / Bras


October 17, 2019  7-10PM at The Key West Theater

 1511 Truman Ave. 305-294-4004.

Click this Page to go Directly to their DONATE Page

Since its inception in 2007, artists' participation has helped the event net over $120,000 to help provide hundreds of women in need with free or affordable services. Deadline for submissions is Tuesday, October 1 st . Download your application now at , get started on your design, and know that your participation helps raise awareness of breast health while raising money to help Womankind advance its mission to provide breast cancer screenings and exams to local women. Tickets are $30 for general admission and $50 for preferred seating   and can be purchased at  starting August 15.  For more information about entry submission, or for businesses who wish to sponsor an artist's bra, contact Mel at  or call Womankind at 305-294-4004.  This Feature was Edited due to Space Constraints ; go to last Week's Issue for the Full Copy

Click this  LINK1 for their Facebook Page

Annual Membership Meeting Nov. 13 at The Casa Marina; More Info in the Next Few Weeks; or Simply go to their Website.


Please go to their Facebook Pages and Website for Event Listings as well as Great Features

Here is a Video Link about "Car Free Key West & One Spot that they just added more Bike Racks

-------------------------------------   305-766-9727 Peter Arnow 305-923-9645

The Keys Blast from Ed Krane & Friends are in Many of the Playbills Every Year.  Target Market Visibility to an UPSCALE Disposable Income Demographic.

Roberta and Peter Say Reserve Early

To be seen in any of the 2019-20 Cultural Arts Publications

October 18 for  Red Barn Theatre, Key West Theater, Fringe Theatre, Waterfront Playhouse and South Florida Symphony, November 1 for Tennessee Williams Theatre and Truman Foundation, November 15 for Impromptu Concerts, Anne McKee Art Auction Program, February 15 for Key West Songwriter's Festival, May 1 for PrideFest Key West 2020,  Mystery Fest Key West, Key West Summer Stage 2020, May 15  for Key West International Guitar Festival, June 1 for Tropical Heat 2020, July 1  for WomenFest 2020



407 Wall St. 305-294-5015

Oct 19-25


WWW.FKSPCA.ORG 5230 College Rd. 305-296-1504


WWW.DOITKEYWEST.COM 305-440-0529 2011 Flagler Ave. 
Gracy sends regards and tells us : This website was created to make easier to event goers to find times and dates. Companies can save time and always have updated/available events available to them and their customers. They don't have to search every local news paper to find what they need. They have ready and combined information on one calendar. It's also online and therefore very convenient. Most people are digital nowadays. Another selling point is that the calendar of events will provide useful information that can be used for scheduling. Any company who is having a special event can look at the global calendar and avoid clashing times/dates with other organizations. This also allows them to attract more people to their events by scheduling their own events when other organizations aren't scheduled. 

 305-293-7500  1100 Simonton St. 33040

(Formerly Known as and/or AKA Aids Help CC)

 305-296-6196  1434 Kennedy Drive 33040


UPDATED RECENTLY (Of course their site will give you the Most Updated Schedule; as well as Excellent Info. and Great Photos)..

,    October 13th - Classic Albums Live: Tom Petty "Damn the Torpedoes" - Show 8pm/Doors 7pm,   October 17th - Womankind's BraZaar: Live Auction Fundraiser - Show 7pm/Doors 6pm,   October 20th - Robert Randolph & The Family Band - Show 8pm/Doors 7pm,    October 28th -The Allman Betts Band at Sunset Green Event Lawn - Show 7pm/Doors 5:30pm,   November 2nd - Key West Wonderful Night of Blues - Show 8pm/Doors 7pm,     November 4th - Acoustic Alchemy - Show 8pm/Doors 7pm, November 8th - Justin Hayward - Show 8pm/Doors 7pm,    November 10th - Who's Bad: The Ultimate Michael Jackson Experience - Show 8pm/Doors 7pm,     November 13th - Wizards of Winter - Show 8pm/Doors 7pm,   November 23rd -World Guitar Rock N' Roll Festival: Tribute to Queen & AC/DC- Show 8pm/Doors 7pm,    December 1st - Max Weinberg's Jukebox - Show 8pm/Doors 7pm,    December 5th - Rumours: A Fleetwood Mac Tribute - Show 8pm/Doors 7pm,     December 7th  - Paula Poundstone - Show 8pm/Doors 7pm,      December 11th - A Peter White Christmas feat. Euge Groove, Vincent Ingala & Lindsey Webster - Show 8pm/Doors 7pm,   December 15th - Bret Michaels - Show 8pm/Doors 7pm, Sinbad - January 14th - Shows at 6:30pm & 9:00pm,    Tommy Castro - January 17th - Show 8pm/Doors 7pm,    Tommy Emmanuel - February 15th & 16th - Show 8pm/Doors 7pm,     Judy Collins - February 17th - Show 8pm/Doors 7pm,    February 22nd - Tom Papa - Show 7pm/Doors 6pm,   February 25th - John Lodge - Show 8pm/Doors 7pm,      February 27th - Beginnings: A Tribute to the Music of Chicago - Show 8pm/Doors 7pm,     February 29th - Firefall - Show 8pm/Doors 7pm, March 1st - John Tesh - Show 8pm/Doors 7pm,   March 16th & 17th -Get The Led Out- Show 8pm/Doors 7pm
JUST ANNOUNCED RamsHead Productions Temptations April 5, 2020; and also Kool and the Gang with the Village People Feb. 21, 2020




Hit the Blue Links for the Interface to Various Areas on their Site
Key West Sunset Dinner Cruise. Dine in A/C Large Main Cabin. View Famous KW Sunset from Upper Deck. On-Line Special Not $69 ONLY $59. Adults $59, Children 12 & Under $39.95, & Children 5 & Younger FREE. Includes Tropical Food Buffet with Upper Deck Free Margaritas, Rum Runners, Well Mixed Drinks (Premium Mixed Drinks Extra Cash Bar). Also FREE Champagne & Soft Drinks


WWW.FLA-KEYS.COM The Tourist Development Council (TDC) does a Great Job in Producing their Website & Monthly E-Mail Campaigns which include their Monthly "Keys Traveler" Hit the website URL as well as the TRAVELER Link to Bring the September Materials  RIGHT NOW to You

TDC Photo Adventure Link Below

Key West's Fantasy Fest Marks 40 Years with "In Tune but..Off Key" Exuberance

Key Largo Bridge Run to Attract Distance Runners Nov. 9

Connect and Protect : Steward of the Keys Captain Andrea Paulson Owner of the Charter Fleet Reelax Charters off of the SugarLoaf Marina

Zombies to Roam Key West on Oct. 20 with the Annual Zombie Bike Ride

Pet Parade Video

Reef Fest Oct. 17-20 Key Largo 305-851-0030
Make sure to check out ALL the TDC Materials ; which Include Photo Galleries, Video, and Extensive Events and Information Materials. Great Job TDC Staff.

  WWW.GARDENSHOTEL.COM 526 Angela St. 305-294-2661

Cabaret ALL TIMES ARE 5-7 PM
Cabaret  @ d'vine Wine Gallery:
Monday, Oct 14, James King III, 5-7 pm
Tuesday, Oct 15, Nina Newton, 5-7 pm
Wednesday, Oct 16, Nina Newton, 5-7 pm
Thursday, Oct 17, Nina Newton, 5-7 pm
Friday, Oct 18, Michael Robinson, 5-7 pm
Saturday, Oct 19, Bobby Green, 5-7 pm
Sunday,  Oct  20 Bobby Green, 5-7 pm

Jim Marquardt sends regards and tells us that the 2019 /2020 "Jazz in the Gardens" will be awesome and starts the First Sunday in November.

Nina Newton on Tuesdays, Wednesdays , Thursdays &  Pinch Hitting other days when Needed.  She is Really Talented and so Nice. 
 In fact; all the Talent at their Cabaret Lounge is Great.


MOTE'S Beach Condition Reporting System Expands to the Florida's East Coast
The Beach Conditions Reporting System (BCRS) provides daily updates on waves, currents, water and air temperature, algae and multiple other conditions at 38 beaches, including Lake Worth and 37 Gulf Coast beaches in Southwest Florida and the Panhandle. Each beach is monitored by trained volunteers including lifeguards, park rangers and others coordinated by Mote.  Much Additional Info. is in the E-Mail Campaign that this Feature is in ; Click
In the Next Few Issues I'll be Inserting some recent Links from MOTE. You Should go on the website and sign up for their E-Newsletters.


WWW.MANGIA-MANGIA.COM  900 Southard Street 305-294-2469

Here is the Menu Link 

MANGIA MANGIA's Season of Helping Out the Deserving Non Profits with their Dinner Plans. Heather and Michael send Regards and tells us :
"Yes, we have already started our events for non-profits and giving 30% off to locals.  Editor's note : A Great Way to Give Your Organization Some Funds with a Peaceful / Relaxing Group Dinner for Friends, Family and Associates ; and as We ALL Know ; Excellent Food..Sit in their Backyard or enjoy Dinner in their Spacious Dinning Room."


WWW.TROPICCINEMA.COM 305-396-4944 416 Eaton St.

Carla and Mike send Regards : We are Proud to Feature Florida Keys Artists in Our Tropic Art Gallery. If you're Interested in Exhibiting at The Trop : E-Mail and/or 305-396-4944


Up Next a Listing of Many of the Art Galleries in Key West but First 

Key West Art & Historical Society Invites Public to Experience Free Key West Historic Marker Tours
Key West Art & Historical Society invites locals and tourists to experience a multi-platform, self-guided, and free tour program of Key West's historic sites designed to highlight the island's unique multi-cultural history and heritage through the Key West Historic Marker Tours website and phone app.
Originally designed and launched by Bruce Neff under the auspices of Key West Historic Markers Inc., the program merged with Key West Art & Historical Society in 2018 and consists of three primary elements: a map of cultural and museum attractions featuring 121 historic location markers that pay tribute to Key West's colorful past, phone apps that act as a personal museum docent to support those taking the self-led walking tours, and a comprehensive website at that provides a virtual tour of Key West, historic background and community information, digital collections of local postcards and cigar box art, and links to Google maps. 
Key West has one of the largest historic districts with the densest amassing of historic frame vernacular buildings in the country. The island's history encompasses unique architecture, Civil War forts, famous authors' homes, connection to wars and revolutions, once-thriving turtle and sponging industries, sunken treasure galleons, slave ships, Flagler's railroad, boom and bust economies, and much more.
To plan your own tour, visit the Key West Historic Marker Tour website at, download the free Key West Historic Marker Tour phone app at, or call 305-507-0300 for a free Key West "Voices of History" phone tour. For more information, contact curator Cori Convertito, Ph.D., at 305-295-6616 x112.
Your Museums.  Your Community.  It takes an Island.  



HERE IS A PARTIAL LISTING OF THE ART VENUES IN KEY WEST. The Below Galleries & Museums are part of the "Friends" in The Keys Blast from Ed Krane and Friends : Frequent Associate Contributing Editors


WWW.COCCOANDSALEM.COM  1111Duval St. 305-292-0072


New Location "The Annex" 804 White St.
also "By the Bay" 3340 N. Roos. Blvd. #2

1207 Duval Street  305-296-8900

WWW.ZAZOOARTGALLERY.COM  622 Duval 305-294-8925

WWW.DANCEKEYWEST.ORG Offices & Studios in the Key West Theater 2nd Fl. 512 Eaton St. DanceKW@Gmail.comKyla Piscopink, Cricket Desmarais, and Kristen Huffman

221 Key Deer Blvd., Big Pine Key 305-872-1828

WWW.HARRISON-GALLERY.COM  825 White St. 305-294-0609

WWW.STONESOUPGALLERY.COM 802 White St. 305-296-2080

EFFUSION GALLERY (Just Opened July 5) 701 Duval St.
305-735-4345  WWW.EFFUSION.COM


WWW.AMANDAJOHNSONFINEART.COM   518 Fleming St. 305-414-8396

New Location at 408 Greene Street  305-294-3973

WWW.COLLECTIONSKW.COM 6810 Front St. 305-923-4778

Dog Tired Studio & Gallery 1011 Whitehead St. 802-989-5910  WWW.DOGTIREDSTUDIO.NET

Salt Island Provisions Gallery & General Store  WWW.SALTISLANDPROVISIONS.COM
830 Fleming St. 305-517-6088

ART@830  830 Caroline St. 305-295-9595

Guild Hall Gallery 614 Duval St. 305-296-6076

Alan Maltz Gallery  1210 Duval St. 305-294-0005

DE LA GALLERY 419 Duval St.  305-395-2210

KWAHS EVENTS IN GREATER DETAIL BELOW From Carol Tedesco and Cricket Desmarais

 Key West Art & Historical Society's Parent and Me Fort Adventures happen at Fort East Martello Tuesdays and Thursdays through May

Registration is open for this season's Parent and Me Fort Adventure classes at Fort East Martello, 3501 S. Roosevelt Blvd., offered on Tuesday and Thursday mornings from 10:00am - 11:30am by Key West Art & Historical Society. Led by educator Linda Stolze, the toddler-centric education program celebrates hands-on, inquiry-based learning while inviting children and parents to explore the Fort and its artifacts, dioramas, and immersive exhibits.   

Each week, this fun and educational class focuses on specific themes that include art, science, math, and building. Following a playful group circle time that promotes creativity, sensory exploration and problem solving, Ms. Linda will fill the morning with engaging activities. Stolz received her BS from Murray State University in Kentucky with a degree in PR and Equine Science, was certified for Teaching English as a Foreign Language (TEFL) and TESOL (Teachers of English to Speakers of Other Languages) at UCLA, and then received her teaching credentials in Special Education, K-12 from California State University at Northridge. 

Children will also be able to enjoy the Imagination Playground, water play, and story time in the spectacular setting of the Martello tower.  Classes are free for Key West Art & Historical Society members; suggested donation for non-members.  For more information contact Education Specialist Kassandra Collett at 305-295-6616 ext. 114 or email at .  Sponsored in part by the State of Florida, Division of Cultural Affairs and Society benefactor Lee Garrison.    Your museums.  Your community.  It takes an island.  
Children examine flowers, a word that starts with the letter "F," held by educator Linda Stolze during a previous Key West Art & Historical Society Parent and Me Fort Adventures class. Fort Adventures, for children aged 0-6, take place at Fort East Martello every Tuesday and Thursday from 10:00 to 11:30AM through May.

Key West Art & Historical Society Call for Collections of Curios, Artworks, Baubles and Tchotchkes
Do you collect interesting and unusual objects? Is your home filled with knickknacks, curios, ornaments, trinkets, baubles, collectibles, artwork, and other objects of interest? Your unique treasures could be part of the upcoming "Key West Collects: Our Community Treasures" exhibit, one of Key West Art & Historical Society's popular returning exhibits, slated for the Custom House Museum from November 22, 2019 through January 5, 2020.
Keys residents who would like to have their own unusual or impressive collections considered for the exhibit should contact KWAHS Curator Cori Convertito, Ph.D. at 305-295-6616 x112 or send a description with photographs via email to The last "Key West Collects" exhibit, held in 2017, included objects such as exotic opium pipes, vintage dolls, World War I sheet music, scrimshaw from the 19th century, pre-Columbian artifacts, embroidered linens and other cherished objects collected by our local community. 
"Florida Keys residents are fascinated in so many facets of culture, history and the arts," says Society curator Cori Convertito. "Displaying a small representation of their interests allows the museum to generate conversation amongst its visitors."
"Key West Collects: Our Community Treasures" will open with a special reception on November 22, from 6:00pm-7:30pm in the Bumpus Gallery at the Custom House Museum, 281 Front Street and will run through January 5, 2020.Sponsored in part by the State of Florida, Division of Cultural Affairs. For more information on Key West Art & Historical Society venues and events, visitkwahs.orgYour Museums.  Your Community.  It Takes an Island.
Key West Art & Historical Society seeks unusual or impressive collections - like this collection of scrimshaw from the late 18th through mid-19th centuries - to be considered for the next "Key West Collects" exhibit in November.  Contact KWAHS Curator Cori Convertito, Ph.D. at 305-295-6616 x112.

Key West Art & Historical Society Announces Live Music at Martello Concert Starring Perpetual Groove and opening act The Happy Dog
Tickets are now on sale for an evening of live music starring legendary "jam band" Perpetual Groove with opening act The Happy Dog, presented by Key West Art & Historical Society via its popular Music at Martello series. Set for December 12, 2019 on the grounds of historic Fort East Martello, 3501 S. Roosevelt Blvd., doors will open at 6:00pm with The Happy Dog band starting at 7:00 followed by headliners PGroove.
Perpetual Groove, known for a sound that fuses Southern rock, funk, jazzy improvisation, indie rock and synth loops, and whose hits include "Save for One," "Mr. Transistor," "Three Weeks," "Teakwood," and "Walking in Place," will be performing from their classic play list along with material from their newly released self-titled album.
Concertgoers are encouraged to bring chairs and blankets for a "backyard casual" setup that will include food vendors and cash bar.  Sponsored in part by the State of Florida, Division of Cultural Affairs.  General admission is $25; children under 12 admitted free. Limited parking is available; bicycling is encouraged.  Tickets are now on sale at Your Museums.  Your Community.  It Takes an Island.  

Sail into historic exploration with Key West Art & Historical Society and archaeologist Corey Malcom, Ph.D., aboard luxury sailing catamaran Argo Navis
On Tuesday, October 29, noted archaeologist and Mel Fisher Maritime Museum curator Corey Malcom, Ph.D., will lead a historically illuminating morning seafaring excursion presented by Key West Art & Historical Society aboard the 75ft long, 35ft beam luxury catamaran SV Argo Navis, departing from the dock at 201 William Street at 10:00a.m. and returning at noon.
Passengers can make their own Bloody Marys, enjoy mimosas or non-alcoholic beverages, fresh fruit, delicious breakfast pastries and salt spray as Dr. Malcom, who is Director of Archaeology for the Mel Fisher Maritime Museum and President of the Key West Maritime Historical Society, shares the back-story and personal insights on the day's topic, "The History of the Key West Bight," exploring the rich history of the water, the shorefronts, and the islands along the western end of Key West.
Sponsored in part by the State of Florida, Division of Cultural Affairs, tickets are $45.00 for KWAHS members and $55.00 for non-members. Space is limited to 50 passengers, so early registration is recommended.  For tickets and more information, visit (click tickets) or call KWAHS Membership Coordinator Kim Livingston at 305-295-6616 ext. 106. Your museums.  Your community.  It takes an island. (Photo courtesy Rob O'Neal)

Photo by Rob O'Neal
Photo by Carol Tedesco

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