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Wakulla Wildlife Festival
April 20, 2013
The Wakulla Wildlife Festival is one of the signature events that anchors the Wild About Wakulla Week. Held annually at Wakulla Springs State Park, the festival is a celebration of outdoor activities and area heritage.
Wakulla Springs State Park will be the hub of activities designed to educate, inspire and empower positive change by connecting individuals with their environment and heritage. Fine art, music, living history demonstrations, informative presenters and exhibitors, dynamic educational shows and guided tours will seek to connect participants with the natural and cultural heritage of the region.
Why not take a look at this year’s premium tours, family-friendly activities, artists and musicians who are all excited to see you at Wakulla Springs State Park for a full day.
Friends of Wakulla Springs State Park have added two events with a nod to history: Spanish guitar duo Carlos and Carlos plays in the afternoon.
And who remembers the Tallahassee Swing Band playing at the lodge? We’re calling it Traditions Dinner Dance. Buffet dinner with two seatings at 6 p.m. and 7 p.m., dance begins at 8 p.m. Special price is $39, includes food and dance. Reservations suggested. There are only 170 tickets!
A $6.00 per vehicle donation to the Friends of Wakulla Springs will be welcomed at the entrance station. For more information see the website at www.WakullaWildlifeFestival.org.