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2014 Blue Crab Festival in Palatka

Palatka Blue Crab Festival

Come celebrate Memorial Day weekend at the 2014 Annual Blue Crab Festival in downtown Palatka. May23-May 26th, locals and tourist will gather to enjoy bumper cars, funhouses, carnival rides, live music, arts and crafts, commercial display vendors and much, much more. The seafood cook-off will begin at 10 am, Saturday, May 24th and a Memorial Day Parade will beginning at ... Read More »

Horse and Equine Chakras

Caroline Rider with Smokey & Sundance

Caroline Rider of Rider Horsemanship is internationally known for her intuitive, heart-felt and clear approach to horsemanship. She focuses on the depth of the relationship that is achievable between horse and rider. Rider Horsemanship is a Equine Performance & Behavior Training Center that focuses on foundation training, equine behavior, performance, healing and recovery. Caroline’s main goal during her trainings is ... Read More »



The Florida Legislature just concluded another session in Tallahassee.  Each year, one of the most important things the legislature does is pass a budget.  This year, they have once again produced a budget that is balanced and what the House Majority leader’s think is a fiscally responsible one.  Among the notable accomplishments in this years budget is it provides the ... Read More »

Your invited to ELO’s surprise unmasking, at their Annual Masquerade Ball!


In 2005, Ocala’s younger professional community had a desperate need for a forum. The community needed a way to invite emerging and established leaders in the community to come together and participate in a group that would create networking opportunities. They needed to create a group that would help skyrocket young professionals into getting involved in the local community. Upon ... Read More »

Day of Action: A Movement to Mobilize Volunteers


It is the first day of summer and the longest day of the year with more daylight than any other, the summer solstice, June 21. What does that day mean to you? Perhaps June 21st is a trip to the beach, a barbeque, or a family vacation. What does it mean to me? June 21st is a day where we ... Read More »

Why is Marion County “Horse Capital of the World?”


It is hard to come to Marion County without becoming almost immediately aware that it is the “Horse Capital of the World.” Only 5 cities in the world are permitted under Chamber of Commerce guidelines to be called “Horse Capital of the world.” The city of Ocala just so happens to be 1 out of 4 that are located in ... Read More »

Golf Scramble raises over 1,400 dollars towards Scholarship funds for local graduating students

Golf-#1 Reginald Landers-1

Omega Psi Phi Fraternity is an organizational Brotherhood consisting of 750 chapters throughout the world. Psi Chi Chapter of Omega Psi Phi Fraternity Inc. is a local chapter of strong men dedicated to manhood, scholarship, perseverance and uplifting others. The members are hardworking professionals in our community, including educators, law enforcement, and construction professionals. This dynamic group of men work ... Read More »

Nick Cannon hosts Project Hope Food Drive


    Nick Cannon, host of the national talent show America’s Got Talent and musical artist, hosted a charitable food drive, right here in our own back yard, to benefit Project Hope of Ocala at Easy Street Family Fun Center and Pure Garcinia Cambogia. His genuinely friendly demeanour filled the room as he shook hands, gave hugs, shared laughs and signed autographs for hundreds fans who donated food ... Read More »