Stargazing event sells out early, so sign up now.
Cold snaps in the Keys affect iguanas to the point where they stiffen up and look dead, for days sometimes. But they often reanimate after warming up.
Friends of the Marathon Library sessions run through March.
Keys staples take center stage this coming weekend.
And what we sometimes take for granted didn’t disappoint.
Schedule kicks off with session about changing coral reefs.
Five are featured in Key West’s Old Town.
Next lecture on Alligator Reef
The presentation is at the Keys History & Discovery Center in Islamorada until March 5.
Did this Christmas have a spiritual effect upon our lives? Can we possibly anticipate a “New Awakening.” perhaps an “Epiphany,” as these days and weeks unfold?
“We have that opportunity for people to see the Keys through the artists’ eyes… it helps reveal the beauty that we sometimes pass by and miss in life.” -Kathleen Denis, Keys artist
The Key West Tibetan Festival, featuring a visiting group of monks, is Jan. 8 to 15.
They’re in Marathon, Big Pine Key and Key West.
They’re part of a national effort to get people outside.
New York has the ball drop. Here, we drop a drag queen, lime wedge and more.
Annual end-of-year strut is Saturday
Dec. 27 and 28 home tours are throughout Old Town Key West.
From computer classes to a candy-cane hunt to a speaker series, they have it all.
Eight-day Festival of Lights starts Saturday night.
Saturday, Sunday services scheduled throughout islands.
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