Cedar Key Empty Bowls is on March 3rd, 2021 will be held at 12:00-3:00pm at Cedar Key City Park.
Pickup and go.
First come first serve. over 200 soups are being created by the Cedar Key Restaurants.
Contributing Restaurants are: 83West/Sysco Foods, 1842 Daily Grind, Annies, Duncan’s on the Gulf, Island Hotel, Island Room Restaurant and Bar, Robinson Seafood, 2nd Street Cafe, Steamers, and Tony’s.
Cookbooks and hats will be available for a donation. Amy Genrhardt and other potters have donated bowls for the fundraiser.
The bowls will be available at the Cedar Key Art Center for a $20 donation. Proceeds are donated to the Cedar Key Food Pantry.
Save the Date! Details coming soon!
2021 Old Florida Celebration of the Arts in Cedar Key
Make a date with Cedar Key to saunter down Historic 2nd Street while enjoying fine art from a select group of incredibly talented artists; featuring award-winning fine art: paintings, sculptures, jewelry, crafts, ceramics, textiles, photography, and more. Plan on indulging your senses on home-made goodies from local vendors and fresh local seafood from our casual and fine dining seaside restaurants, topped off by beautiful coastal scenery in this astounding Old Florida setting. See you there for an unforgettable experience!
The delayed-a-year 35th Cedar Key small boat meet is the first full weekend in May. In 2021 it’s Friday April 30th to Sunday May 2nd.
The meet is informal. There are no fees, no signups, no events planned on the water. Tides & weather are still the organization. Tides are good. May 1st’s 6:41 AM moderate high is +3.0 ft. The 11:35 AM moderate low is +1.8. The 5:09 PM higher high is +4.0 ft, giving mild currents, & sufficient water.
Shallow draft is essential—whether sail, oar, paddle, motor or engine—for the vibrant & subtle, life-filled coasts of the Cedar Keys & Lower Suwannee National Wildlife Refuges.