The Carrabelle CARES and the Carrabelle Historical Society presents a celebration of Carrabelle's cultural, historic and natural resources with an array of maritme and landlubber history, music and entertainment again this year.  

The street will be full with hands-on survival skill activities, like roof thatching, rope weaving, edible wild plants, and animal snare making; interactive archeology opportunities; educational exhibitors from local and state resource experts; folk craft demonstrations; and Panacea’s wonderful hands-on SeaMobile with critters galore. The Florida Forest Service will be offering two exciting guided field trips to Rock Landing in Tate’s Hell State Forest for archery and kayaking during Saturday’s event. Come discover the skills you’d need to survive the wilds of our Forgotten Coast. All these kid and family friendly activities can be found at Avenue B. Don't miss it!

The Heritage Tent and the Performance Stage are located on Marine Street and Avenue B  in front of the Carrabelle History Museum.

This year's event will feature: