The 34th* Cedar Key Small Boat Meet is the first full weekend in May. In 2019 it’s May 3rd, 4th & 5th.
The meet is still informal. No signups. No fees. No planned events on the water. Tides & weather remain the organization. Weather is usually quite good with afternoon high tides.
All shallow craft are welcome: dories & dinghies, catboats, beach cats & trimarans, sharpies & sampans, cuddy daysailers, any or all driven by pedals, engines or motors, along with oars, paddles, & sails. Pot luck dinner Saturday night.
The Cedar Keys & the Lower Suwannee National Wildlife Refuges are as enchanting as ever. The food chain is full in the water & ashore. Roseate Spoonbills have increased.
* Chris Harkness found dates on black & white negatives showing this is the 34th boat meet, not the 35th. Thank you, Chris, for the correction &, again, for starting the meet 34 years ago. ~Hugh Horton
For information call:
Cedar Key Chamber of Commerce
Dave Lucas, 941-704-6736
Hugh Horton 586-215-7060
Join us for the annual Independence Day Celebrations in Cedar Key, Florida!
We always start the festivities with our Fourth of July Parade of decorated golf carts and more starting at noon!
Don’t miss the Annual Best Small City Fireworks Display in Cedar Key Florida! Make plans today to enjoy fireworks over the water at 9:15pm promptly on July 4, 2019 from Dock Street, City Park and much of the island!
Stay tuned for more announcements of events.
Want to help support the fireworks? Visit our donation page!
preview @ 12:30/ Bidding Starts 1PM
International Coastal Cleanup
(7am-noon City Marina, BRING GLOVES)
Haunted Halloween on Main St trick or treat at local businesses