- Member Since: 2016-07-23
- City: Ocala
- State: Florida
- Zip Code: 34471
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The Annual Olustee Battle Festival and Reenactment is February 16-18. The annual three-day event draws thousands of visitors each year. The festival is held in Downtown Lake City, FL, at Olustee Park on Friday and Saturday. Downtown you will see vendors and crafters, historical displays, entertainment, the annual parade, the skirmish between the Merrimack and the Monitor on Lake DeSoto, and much more! The reenactment is located at nearby Olustee Battlefield State Park. The official battle reenactment takes place on Sunday. Thousands of reenactors from all over the southeast encamp the grounds where the battle took place over 150 years ago. Once stepping into the park, you are transported back in time as you take in the sights and sounds. See medical demonstrations, cavalry tactics, artillery firings, army encampments, drill and ceremonies and more. Come out and see this important part of Florida’s history! Visit olusteefestival.com for more information.
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The Suwannee Bicycle Association of White Springs is hosting Ididaride XXIV, an off-road bicycle endurance challenge through the woodlands along the Suwannee River on Saturday, January 27. Entry fee includes continental breakfast, mid-ride lunch, snacks, and post-ride dinner. Proceeds will be used to develop more off-road bicycle trails and other facilities. Interested in participating in the challenge or volunteering? Click here for more information.
Gather essential supplies including enough food & water to sustain you & your family for at least 72 hours. Other items you will want to have on hand include a battery-powered or hand crank radio, flashlight with extra batteries, first aid kit, garbage bags, moist towelettes, bleach, blankets, matches, a manual can opener, paper goods, local maps, paper & pencil, & important documents such as IDs, insurance policies, & financial documents in a water-proof container. You’ll want to consider any special needs your family may have which may include prescription medications, baby formula, or pet food.
Secure your property. Cover your home’s windows, install straps to further secure your roof, trim shrubs & trees, & bring in or secure loose outdoor items such as patio furniture & garbage cans.
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