Around Town in February
Living in sunny south Florida year round, there are countless things to do each month, and keeping track of them all can get overwhelming. Every few months, we try to help you out in that department. In this coming month of February, we’ve sorted out the most exciting events happening all along the south Florida coast, so keep reading this blog to find the event that’s right for you.
If You’re Looking to Learn a New Skill…
iPhoneography 101 Workshop
When: Saturday, February 2nd, 1 P.M.
Where: Creative Arts School at Old School Square
What: These days, iPhones take photos as great as digital cameras do. Whether you’re going on a vacation soon or just want to perfect your photography skills for the next time you go to the beach, this iPhone photography class is for you. Click here for more information.
If You’re a Foodie…
Boca Raton Seafood & Music Festival
When: February 8th-10th
Where: Mizner Park Amphitheater
What: When food and music are involved, could it get any better? At Mizner Park in the heart of downtown Boca Raton, come out with family and friends to enjoy dishes prepared with seafood from our local waters while listening to a variety of genres of music. Click here to learn more.
If You’re Looking to Get Some Exercise...
14th Annual 2019 Fort Lauderdale Marathon & Half Marathon Fort Lauderdale 5K
When: February 16th, 7 A.M.
Where: Merrill Lynch Building Fort Lauderdale
What: For the 14th year in a row, pro-runners and amateurs come together in downtown Fort Lauderdale in the early morning hours to participate in either a full marathon or half marathon. With the scenery of downtown and A1A nearby, it’s the perfect place for running (and at the perfect time before it gets too hot). If you’re up for it, learn more about the marathon here.
If You Want to Get Closer to Nature...
When: February 24th, 1:30 P.M.
Where: Grassy Waters Preserve
What: Visit one of Florida’s great wetlands by guided canoe cruise tour, where you’ll not only get to admire the scenery, but also get to learn about the surrounding preserve’s history and ecology (and maybe use some of the skills you learned in the iPhone photography class). Click here to learn more.