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Levy County sends out sample ballots
for Presidential Preference Primary

Information Provided
By the Office of Levy County Supervisor of Elections Tammy Jones
Published Feb. 28, 2024 at 5:45 a.m.
     LEVY COUNTY -
- Levy County Supervisor of Elections Tammy Jones has announced the distribution of sample ballots for the upcoming Presidential Preference Primary Election.

 

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     Republican voters were mailed sample ballots on Friday (Feb. 23) to help prepare for the voting event on March 19.
     Florida's closed Primary system designates Republicans as the sole party with candidates in this year’s election, given that Democrats in the state have only one candidate in the race – President Joseph R. Biden Jr.
     Registered Democrat in Levy County received notices in the mail that they are not participating in the Primary, because the Democratic candidate has been chosen, per Florida election laws.
     Despite several Republican Presidential candidates suspending their campaigns, their names will still appear on the ballot, allowing voters to cast their preferences accordingly.
     For any inquiries or assistance regarding the election, individuals are encouraged to contact the Levy County Supervisor of Elections Office at 352-486-5163.

 


Full Snow Moon shines over Levy County
Full Snow Moon
This picture of the Full Snow Moon was taken on Friday night (Feb. 23) from an undisclosed location in the Tri-County Area.

Story and Photo 
By Jeff M. Hardison © Feb. 24, 2024 at 8 p.m.
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Do Not Copy and Paste to Social Media or Elsewhere
     LEVY COUNTY –
Friday night (Feb. 23) was the first of a few nights of the Moon appearing to be full as it illuminates the Tri-County Area.
     The Full Snow Moon reached its full phase this morning (Saturday, Feb. 24), at 7:30 a.m. Eastern Standard Time, according to reliable reference material where that time and situation is based on a view from the Tri-County Area. This means the Moon will be visible in its full glory during the nights of this weekend in the United States, except where the view of the Moon is obscured by clouds.
     While there is no snow forecast from Friday through Sunday in the Tri-County Area of Levy County, Dixie County or Gilchrist County, there is an astronomical treat in the sky for people who like seeing a Full Moon – and this month, the most popular name is Full Snow Moon.
     The Moon will look smaller this month because it's slightly farther away from the Earth than at other times as it orbits this planet.
     Astronomers say that Saturday's Full Snow Moon will appear the smallest of any full moon of 2024. Thus, it's known colloquially as a “micromoon” or “minimoon,” which occurs when a full moon coincides with apogee, the point in the moon's orbit that's farthest away from Earth, as noted on TimeandDate.com and other reliable sources with astronomical information on them.
     The origin of its name as “Snow Moon” reportedly dates back to the 1930s when a Farmers’ Almanac began publishing “Indian” (Native American) names for full Moons. According to this almanac, the full Moon in February was known by the tribes of the Northeastern United States as the “Snow Moon” or “Storm Moon” because of the heavy snows in this season.
     Snow Moon, Storm Moon, “micromoon” or “minimoon,” a Full Moon by any other name is – a Full Moon. It reflects the Sun’s light to Earth with the most of its surface not shaded by the Earth’s shadow on the Moon.
     In regard to werewolves coming to be when there is a Full Moon, as Neil deGrasse Tyson notes in his book Starry Messenger Cosmic Perspectives on Civilization, the only difference between a Full Moon and other phases is the amount of sunlight reflected back to the Earth. Also, given the Moon’s distance away from the Earth is different for various Full Moon phases, the amount of light reflected is different. And, what about clouds when there is a Full Moon?
     The fables of werewolves, however, are not dependent on astronomical impacts of sunlight reflected from the Moon onto the Earth. Also, not that it needs to be noted; however, the Earth is not flat, regardless of one’s inability to conceive a larger perspective than what he or she can see with his or her eyes.

 


Beauty and the beasts
viewed in Levy County

Mural
Some of the most recent beauty appearing is in downtown Chiefland, where a mural welcomes people.

Story and Photos
By Jeff M. Hardison © Feb. 19. 2024 at 9 p.m.
     LEVY COUNTY –
A new mural and a lot of vultures are samples of beauty and the beasts seen on Presidents’ Day 2024 in Levy County.

     A new mural on the northern wall of the former Chiefland office for the Levy County Journal shows a happy seen of watermelon beauty and a welcoming note. 
     Back when it was in its heyday, the Levy County Journal also had an office near to First Baptist Church of Bronson.
     The Levy County Journal stopped publishing in May of 2016 after the death of its final owner Andy Andrews. Before Andrews, the previous publisher and owner was John Ayers, who sold it to Andrews.
     Ayers continued the Gilchrist County Journal with its office in Trenton until February of 2022, when that weekly newspaper stopped publishing after Ayers retired.
     The Gilchrist County Journal started in 1933 in Trenton, when Thetis F. Fisher began it, according to records in the Library of Congress. In 1939, John Ayers’ father bought that newspaper and it served the residents and visitors in the area for more than 89 years.
     As for the mural on the former Levy County Journal office in Chiefland, that is next to the light pole where HardisonInk.com bought a banner when Chiefland celebrated its centennial. HardisonInk.com, a multiple award-winning 14-year-old daily news website, also bought a brick on the wall in front of what used to be the Chiefland Building Department as one of the business interests in the area willing to celebrate Chiefland’s 100th Anniversary.
     The former Chiefland Building Department building -- the John C. Fisher Building -- was constructed in 1958.
     In 2015, after many years of hard work and dedication by people interested in helping others, the Tri-County Community Resource Center (TCCRC), along with its faith-partners, residents and community leaders who shared a vision, the TCCRC opened its doors in the Fisher Building.

The Beasts
vultures
Black vultures, at times with as many as 20 at a time, have been eating for a week now on two wild hogs that were dumped on the north side of Levy County Road 347 about three miles east of State Road 345, near the intersection with Levy County Road 339.

Vultures

It is always open season on feral hogs, but dumping their bodies next to roads is illegal. It is littering.
 


Levy County Canvassing Board schedule
announced
for Presidential Preference Primary

By Jeff M. Hardison © Feb. 7, 2024 at 8:30 a.m.
     BRONSON –
Levy County Supervisor of Elections Tammy Jones and Assistant Supervisor of Elections Jordan Lindsey announced that everyone in this office is preparing for the March 19 Presidential Preference Primary (PPP).

     Registered Democrats will have no action required in the voting booth for this primary, because United States President Joseph R. Biden Jr. is the only Democrat qualified for the PPP on the Florida ballots, according to records.
     Candidates who are Republicans currently qualified for the PPP in Florida, according to records in the Florida Secretary of State’s Division of Election, include people who have publicly announced their choice to drop out of the PPP as well as Nikki R. Haley and Donald J. Trump, who both as of Feb. 7 have stated publicly their intent to seek election as the next President.
     Other qualified Republican Party candidates listed on the March 19 PPP ballot in Florida as of Feb. 7 are Ryan L. Binkley, Chris Christie, Ron DeSantis, Asa Hutchinson and Vivek Ramawamy.
     There are 17 other people beyond the Democrat and Republicans listed in slots as “active” in the race to be the next President of the United States of America, according to records in Tallahassee, including one slot for those records that is noted as “No Labels Party, (Not Yet Designated) Nominee for (NLP).”
     As for the facts provided by the Office of the Levy County Supervisor of Election, Assistant Supervisor of Elections Lindsey noted the request of Supervisor Jones to publish dates for readers because all of the Levy County Canvassing Board meetings are open to the public.
     The members of this three-member Levy County board are Chair Levy County Judge Luis Bustamante and members Levy County Supervisor of Elections Jones and Levy County Commission Chair Desiree Mills (Dist. 3). Alternate members of the board are Levy County Tax Collector Michele Langford and County Commissioner Tim Hodge (Dist. 4).
     The Levy County Canvassing Board will convene at the Supervisor of Elections office, located at 421 S. Court St., in Bronson, on the following dates and times listed below except meetings with an asterisk (*).
     Those meetings will be held at the Levy County Supervisor of Elections Annex located directly behind the Supervisor of Elections Office.
      Signage directing the public to the entrance will be displayed. For additional information, call 352-486-5163 or email tammy@votelevy.gov.
     The first meeting, which will be orientation, is scheduled for Wednesday, Feb. 28 at 6 p.m.
     The next meeting will be Logic and Accuracy Testing of the Voting Tabulation and Audit System on Wednesday, March 6, at 9 a.m.
     After the March 6 meeting, the other meetings are noted below in the display.


Canvass Board In Levy County

 


Quick as a teen bunny
Wild rabbit sprints in Levy County

Story, Photo and Video
By Jeff M. Hardison © Jan. 31, 2024 at 11:15 a.m.
     JEMLANDS –
Wildlife still is plentiful in the Tri-County Area of Levy County, Dixie County and Gilchrist County, although area residents have seen a decline in the past 20 years as more people move into the area.

     Still, a journalist returning from some adventure on Tuesday night saw a small bunny run as fast as a bunny can across a dirt road he was heading toward.
     “I’m going to see this rabbit was a teenager,” Jeff M. Hardison said when he was asked about the event. “It was either that or a full-grown mature adult rabbit of a small variety.”

Bunny Sprints
A small bunny races across a dirt road on Tuesday night (Jan. 30, 2024) in Levy County. This video is from a dash camera that works better than its predecessor for making videos in the dark of night, although it is helped by headlights here. To see the video, click on the STILL PHOTO.
Video by Jeff M. Hardison via dash camera. All Rights Reserved

     Hardison said he owned a rabbit when he was a reporter in Jasper (Hamilton County) in the early 1980s.
     “I named that rabbit Harvey, after the movie by the same name,” Hardison said. “Elwood P. Dowd (played by James ‘Jimmy’ Stewart) had visions of a giant rabbit named Harvey. So, I named my pet rabbit after the six-foot rabbit that Elwood, or Jimmy Stewart, could see.”
     Hardison said he commissioned a carpenter he knew to construct a rabbit condominium for Harvey. Soon, however, Hardison found that he needed to change the rabbit’s name to Harvette -- because when he was given the rabbit, it was pregnant.
     “I gave away the rabbit and her condo,” Hardison said, “when I moved to Live Oak to be the editor of two newspapers there, which was after my tour of duty as a reporter at The Jasper News concluded.”
     The rabbit seen racing in the video is more of a wild rabbit rather than of the domestic type like Harvette of Jasper.

 


Seventh Annual Lower Suwannee
Art & Nature Festival preps for March 9
 
Richard McGee
Richard McGee is seen with his painting, which helps capture through an artistic endeavor some of the concepts of nature in Florida.

Information and Photo
Provided By Suwannee Library Manager Jane Connors
Published Jan. 17, 2024 at 10:15 a.m.
     DIXIE COUNTY --
The Lower Suwannee Art & Nature Festival is set to herald its seventh year in Dixie County.
     This is a library-sponsored event that takes place in the community of Suwannee, which is in western Dixie County.
     Everyone is invited to join in the festivities at the Seventh Annual Lower Suwannee Art & Nature Festival. This art and nature fest is scheduled to take place on Saturday, March 9, at Glen Dyals Park, 21354 S.E. Dixie County Road 349 (which is locally known as Highway 349), in the community of Suwannee. 
     This is very near to where the Suwannee River meets the Gulf of Mexico. This is an open-air event, where visitors can discover, or rediscover, the natural flavor of the area’s local artists, artisans and crafters – as well as to enjoy “down home” live music and food vendors.
     “Each year we look forward to this opportunity to welcome locals and visitors to our unique corner of Florida,” says festival organizer and Suwannee Library Manager Jane Connors.
     This year’s festival poster features artwork from local fine artist Richard McGee. McGee said that his being an avid outdoorsman for as long as he could remember, it was quite natural that when he began to paint, his work would reflect the scenes and experiences that had become part of his world. 
     “I find beauty and art in the shapes and forms created by nature and time,” McGee said. “A fallen tree trunk and the pattern of its shedding bark, the knots in an old, weathered board, lily-pads that are turning color in the fall, a carpet of leaves on the forest floor. These are a sampling of the things I find beautiful and interesting and ‘art worthy’ and have become important images on my canvases.”
     McGee, whose paintings and prints will be on show and for sale at the festival, adds that he hopes those who view his work will enjoy his interpretation of all which has inspired him. 
     The festival is sponsored by the Suwannee Library Technical Center, part of Dixie County Public Library and takes place just outside the waterfront community of Suwannee.
     Glen Dyals Park is adjacent to the Lower Suwannee National Wildlife Refuge where festivalgoers can take a side trip to hike, bike, or drive along the Dixie Mainline trail for glimpses of birds, butterflies, and other wildlife. Younger children will be able to enjoy the shady fenced playground area within the park grounds. 
     Vendor applications will be accepted until March 1, 2024 or until all spaces are allocated. Please check in with us first as spaces may become limited closer to the festival date. Vendor booths are $30 per 10 x 10 space. For more information, go to the website at http://suwanneeartfest.com/ or contact Jane Connors at suwanneetechcenter@yahoo.com or call 352-542-8320.

 


47th Annual Wild Hog Canoe Race
pre-registration opens

Race scheduled for April 20
By Jeff M. Hardison © Jan. 16, 2024 at 8 a.m.
     LEVY COUNTY -
- One of the most traditional and significant fundraisers for the Association for Retarded Citizens (ARC) in Levy County is the Wild Hog Canoe Race.
     While the race has changed from its founding by members of the Levy County Sheriff's Office, including the now-retired Sean Mullins; and while it used to be named LARC with the late Betty Walker as its executive director; former; and while the former campus and buildings were sold and the service moved from the Town of Otter Creek to the City of Chiefland municipal service area, the ARC of Levy County continues serving some people from Levy County and elsewhere.
     The race 15 mile race by canoeists and kayakers is a challenging event, even for avid water sports enthusiasts.
     Rescue personnel are onsite, and there are checkpoints as well as individuals watching the Little Waccasassa River.
     At the finish line, there is food and drink available to purchase to help the ARC, and there is often live entertainment even beyond the fun of watching the people cross the finish line.
     To pre-register for the race as a racer, click HERE
     There is also the option to register on the day of the race (Saturday, April 20). Registration, including pre-registered check-ins, begins at 7:30 a.m. on race day next to State Road 24 at the Waccasassa Bridge starting point for the race. Registration and check-ins end promptly at 9:15 a.m.
     The race is scheduled to start at 9:30 a.m. on April 20 -- after a review of the rules is verbally shared with race participants. The entry fee is $30 and people who pre-register get a tee-shirt commemorating their participation.

 



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     Publisher’s Note: All events are listed chronologically. Please email announcements to hardisonink@gmail.comPlease look ahead on the Calendar and RSVP if the organizer requests that. Please check daily. Things change. If you do not see a notice that was sent, please send it again. Include a name and address when submitting events, so that we can confirm them and so people can contact the sender for more information. Please include the date, time and place. Please note if it is free and open to the public. Please note if reservations are required. 

 


March 1, Friday
     2-4 p.m. --
The Cedar Key Woman's Club presents The Dogs are in The Park, Come Parade with Us! This is a fundraiser for Cedar Key School clubs. If rain is predicated for Friday, the rain date for this event is Feb. 29, from 2 to 4 p.m. Everyone is invited to bring a dog to parade around the park for prizes! There is no charge to enter the dog in the parade. Photos taken of dogs will be available for a nominal donation. The parade is set to start at 3 p.m. with local judges ready to award prizes. In addition to the Dog Parade, the Cedar Key Woman's Club plans to have food snacks for humans, including homemade baked goods, and there will be good snacks for dogs. Everyone is invited to enjoy shpping at A Marketplace of Local Artisan vendors. Interested vendors may contact Donna at 352-949-3720. To see the story, photos and video by Jeff M. Hardison (All Copyrights Reserved) from this event in March of 2019, click HERE.

 

March 2, Saturday
     9 a.m.-noon --
The City of Cedar Key is celebrating Arbor Day at the pavilion at Beach Front Park (aka City Park). Cedar Key residents are invited to pickup a tree, a 3-gallon container, fertilizer and a starter kit. It is free to Cedar Key residents alone. At registration, the City will be requesting a location to note where the tree will be planted. There are 100 trees available. They are to distributed on a first come, first serve basis. The trees being distributed will be Red Buds, Crepe Myrtles and Magnolias. The City notes its appreciation to Jim and Myra Fleming of Tropical Traditions and to Barnhill Landscapes Inc. of Chiefland for their assistance in acquiring the trees. This year, a second Arbor Day will be celebrated in March. The specific date has not been finalized. Students at Cedar Key School have been raising Cedar saplings for distribution. The seeds were harvested from a single Cedar tree on Second Street on Cedar Key; so, there is a lineage. The City of Cedar Key is a designated “Tree City USA.” That designation is awarded by the National Arbor Day Foundation. For more information on that program, please visit Tree City USA at https://www.arborday.org/.

 

See the Butterflies at the WGP
March 4, Monday
     10 a.m. -
- The Friends of the Withlacoochee Gulf Preserve (WGP) invite everyone to enjoy a presentation by Barbara Woodmansee as she speaks about butterflies and moths as one of the presenters in this season's Withlacoochee Gulf Preserve Program Series. She is scheduled to take visitors outside at the WGP to literally find local species. Woodmansee has been observing and surveying butterlfies since 2005. Currently working with the United States Fish and Wildlife Service on a grant to survey butterflies in the Lower Suwannee National Wildlife Refuge in Levy County and Dixie County, she has participated many years in the Florida Natural Areas Inventory rare skipper surveys in North Florida and the Panhandle. The WGP is located at 1001 Rold Rock Road, in Yankeetown.

 

March 5 – April 16, Tuesdays
     10:30 – 11:30 a.m.-
Cooking & Nutrition Class Series. In partnership with Feeding Florida, we are pleased to offer a six-week cooking and nutrition workshop that will take place on Tuesdays, beginning March 5, on the Haven campus in the Community Center building (311 N.E. Ninth St., Chiefland). The class is free to participants, who will receive hands-on instruction, learn about healthy nutrition and expand their culinary skills. Participants who attend at least four classes will be entered into a chance drawing to win one of several prizes, including a $50 Walmart Gift Card, a $100 credit toward their power bill, and a cookware set! Registration is required by completing the online form: Cooking Workshop Registration.

 

March 6, Wednesday
     9:30 a.m.-Noon –
United Way of North Central Florida is scheduled to be on site at the Tri-County Community Resource Center, 15 N. Main St., Chiefland, to provide VITA (Volunteer Income Tax Assistance) for low to moderate income households. Drop off services, virtual and limited in person appointments available. Appointments preferred, please call 2-1-1 or 352-332-4636.
     10 a.m. -- Elder Options announces a public meeting to which all persons are invited to attend. The  scheduled meeting of the Elder Options Board of Directors is planned to be at the Elder Options Conference Room A, 100 S.W. 75th St., Suite 301, in Gainesville. The Board of Directors will take action on matters to be determined by the members of the Board, which may include matters such as the Chief Executive Officer’s Report. Should any person wish to appeal any decision with respect to any matter considered at the above-referenced meeting, he/she may need to ensure a verbatim recording of the proceeding is created in order to provide a record for judicial review. Persons with disabilities should contact Elder Options at least 48 hours prior to the meeting in order to request any special assistance.

 

March 8, Friday
     9:30 - 11:30 a.m. --
The College of Central Florida, Jack Wilkinson Levy Campus located at 15390 N.W. U.S. Highway 19, Chiefland, invites prospective students of all ages to attend the annual preview event. The preview offers an invaluable opportunity for anyone considering college to discover all that CF has to offer. As CF’s largest event of the year, Preview brings together representatives from admissions, financial aid and student services, as well as various clubs and organizations. These representatives will be available to assist attendees in planning a successful college experience.

March 9, Saturday
     10 a.m.-3 p.m. –
The 7th Annual Lower Suwannee Art & Nature Festival. Head on over to Glen Dyals Park, 21354 S.E. Highway 349 (Dixie County Road 349) in the community of Suwannee promises fun for everyone, and everyone is invited. There is free admission, convenient parking, local artists, artisans, crafters, live music, food vendors and a kiddie play area.

March 12, Tuesday
March 5 – April 16, Tuesdays
     10:30 – 11:30 a.m.-
Cooking & Nutrition Class Series. In partnership with Feeding Florida, we are pleased to offer a six-week cooking and nutrition workshop that will take place on Tuesdays, beginning March 5, on the Haven campus in the Community Center building (311 N.E. Ninth St., Chiefland). The class is free to participants, who will receive hands-on instruction, learn about healthy nutrition and expand their culinary skills. Participants who attend at least four classes will be entered into a chance drawing to win one of several prizes, including a $50 Walmart Gift Card, a $100 credit toward their power bill, and a cookware set! Registration is required by completing the online form: Cooking Workshop Registration.

March 10, Sunday

     3 a.m. -- Daylight Saving Time started at 3 a.m.


March 17, Sunday
Saint Patrick's Day

March 19, Tuesday (Spring Begins)
     10:30 – 11:30 a.m.-
Cooking & Nutrition Class Series. In partnership with Feeding Florida, we are pleased to offer a six-week cooking and nutrition workshop that will take place on Tuesdays, beginning March 5, on the Haven campus in the Community Center building (311 N.E. Ninth St., Chiefland). The class is free to participants, who will receive hands-on instruction, learn about healthy nutrition and expand their culinary skills. Participants who attend at least four classes will be entered into a chance drawing to win one of several prizes, including a $50 Walmart Gift Card, a $100 credit toward their power bill, and a cookware set! Registration is required by completing the online form: Cooking Workshop Registration.

 

March 20, Wednesday
     9:30 a.m.-Noon –
United Way of North Central Florida is scheduled to be on site at the Tri-County Community Resource Center, 15 N. Main St., Chiefland, to provide VITA (Volunteer Income Tax Assistance) for low to moderate income households. Drop off services, virtual and limited in person appointments available. Appointments preferred, please call 2-1-1 or 352-332-4636.

 

March 23, Saturday
     9 a.m.-3 p.m. -- Suwannee Valley Quilt Festival held at the train depot in Trenton. Enjoy seeing the quilts, antiques, tractors, handmade items, food trucks and more.
     10 a.m.-3 p.m. –The Annual Williston Spring Fest at Heritage Park in downtown Williston promises a delightful day of family-friendly festivities. Amid the charming ambiance of Heritage Park, attendees can relish a fun-filled experience featuring an enticing array of food trucks, showcasing local artisans and vendors, and highlighting the vibrant spirit of local businesses. Live music will provide a melodious backdrop, while a dedicated kids area ensures entertainment for the little ones. The event culminates in a magical moment with a special appearance by the Easter Bunny, making it a perfect opportunity for families to come together and celebrate the joys of spring.

March 31, Easter Sunday

 

April 3, Wednesday
     9:30 a.m.-Noon –
United Way of North Central Florida is scheduled to be on site at the Tri-County Community Resource Center, 15 N. Main St., Chiefland, to provide VITA (Volunteer Income Tax Assistance) for low to moderate income households. Drop off services, virtual and limited in person appointments available. Appointments preferred, please call 2-1-1 or 352-332-4636.

April 10, Wednesday
     10 a.m.-1 p.m. --
The College of Central Florida invites graduates, former students of its Welding Program and individuals interested in pursuing a career in welding to attend the Levy Welding Career Expo. The event is scheduled to take place at the CF Jack Wilkinson Levy Campus, 15390 N.W. U.S. Highway 19, Chiefland. This is in the unincorporated part of Levy County just south of the City of Fanning Springs on the west side of the highway. This career expo will connect attendees with local employers, showcasing a wide range of job opportunities within the welding industry. Participants will have the chance to meet with representatives from some of Florida’s leading welding companies and organizations. The event offers a platform for job seekers to demonstrate their welding skills, engage in on-the-spot interviews and network with potential employers. In addition to job placement opportunities, the expo will serve as an informative session for prospective students interested in CF's Welding program. Attendees will be able to witness hands-on demonstrations, gain insights into the welding field and learn details about the application process. Attendees are encouraged to RSVP at CF.edu/WeldingExpo. For more information, contact Leah Gamble at gamblel@CF.edu.



April 19, Friday
     7-11 p.m. --
The first of three days and nights of fun for graduates of the Northeast High School (NEHI) Class of 1974 at the NEHI 50th Class Reunion is set to happen in Pinellas County. (One of those graduates from that school in St. Petersburg, which is his hometown, is staying in Levy County to cover news in the Tri-County Area of Levy County, Dixie County and Gilchrist County. Here's a shoutout to classmates! Go Vikings!)

April 20, Saturday
     9 a.m. --
 The big celebration in Cross City today starts at 9 a.m. with vendors in the park area next to City Hall, A parade is planned through Cross City starting at 11 a.m. as part of the celebration of Cross City's 100th anniversary. There is a program set to start at 12 p.m. (or immediately after the parade, whichever comes first) at Cross City's City Hall as well. Everyone is invited to the celebration of Cross City's Centennial. Festivities include vendors from many different areas, and it is planned to be a fun-filled day for the entire family. Family fun, live musical performances and food and drinks are all planned to be part of the celebration. Festivities are planned to begin immediately after the parade at the City Hall Block of Cross City.
     9:30 a.m. -- The 47th Annual Wild Hog Canoe Race is scheduled to start on the Little Waccasassa River. The 15-mile race by canoeists and kayakers is a challenging event, even for avid water sports enthusiasts. It is a fundraiser for the local Association for Retarded Citizens (ARC). At the finish line, which is on the western side of U.S. Highway 19 between the Town of Otter Creek and the Community of Gulf Hammock, at the point where the highway crosses the river, there is food and drink available to purchase to help the ARC, and there is often live entertainment even beyond the fun of watching the people cross the finish line. There is an option to register on the day of the race (Saturday, April 20). Registration, including pre-registered check-ins, begins at 7:30 a.m. on race day next to State Road 24 at the  Bridge starting point for the race. Registration and check-ins end promptly at 9:15 a.m. As noted, the race is scheduled to start at 9:30 a.m. on April 20 -- after a review of the rules is verbally shared with race participants. The entry fee is $30 and people who pre-register get a tee-shirt commemorating their participation.


April 27, Saturday
     10 a.m.-2 p.m. --
The College of Central Florida is scheduled to host the Vintage Farm Field Day at the CF Vintage Farm Campus, 4020 S.E. Third Ave., Ocala. This special event marks the 20th anniversary of the college's equine program, which began in the fall of 2003. For two decades, CF has been at the forefront of equine studies, offering courses that have shaped the careers of numerous professionals in the industry. Vintage Farm Field Day is a showcase of student achievements, a celebration of alumni success, and a testament to the significance of the CF Vintage Farm Campus for Equine Studies and Agribusiness programs. This year, CF will welcome back successful alumni who have made notable contributions to the equine and agriculture industries. These distinguished graduates will showcase their work, allowing prospective and current students, as well as community members, a glimpse into their various careers. “The Vintage Farm Field Day is open to all – students, alumni, industry professionals and the local community,” said Associate Professor and Equine Studies Program Manager Marie Davidson. “Join CF in celebrating the past, present and future of this unique campus as the college continues to lead in equine and agriculture education.”

May 4, Saturday
     8 a.m. --
Registration opens for the Central Florida Electric Cooperative’s Annual Member Meeting  at 8 a.m. and the business meeting will follow at 10 a.m. PLEASE NOTICE -- The 2024 CFEC Annual Meeting of Members will be held at the Suwannee River Fair Pavilion located at 17851 N.W. 90th Ave., in the City of Fanning Springs.

May 11, Saturday 
     10 a.m. -1 p.m. --
The Tri-County Community Resource Center will host the inaugural Family Fun & Hurricane Preparedness Expo on the grounds of the Suwannee River Fair Pavilion in Fanning Springs. We hope you’ll consider joining us as an exhibitor at this FREE, family-friendly event, which will focus on providing information about community resources and disaster preparedness education. There is no fee to table at the Expo. This is also an entirely free event for residents to enjoy, therefore we ask that exhibitors not sell anything at their booths. A flyer is coming soon! To table at this event, please complete the online registration form: Exhibitor Registration Form.

July 4, Thursday
Independence Day

Nov. 11, Monday
Veterans Day

Dec. 25, Wednesday
Christmas
 


 

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First Published Feb. 1, 2011 at 12:01 a.m.
Updated Dec. 23, 2023 at 7 a.m.

As a result of weather, organizations changing leadership, disbanding and other factors, some gatherings may have been cancelled. Please check before going to any of these.

EVERY MONDAY
     10-11 a.m. –
The Trenton Senior Center located at 1439 CR 307A in Trenton hosts Advanced Tai-Chi with Susan Levi. All activities are free at the center. Over 60 years old please. For more information call 352-463-2940. The center will be closed until Sept. 18, 2023, so the county can use it for a special needs shelter.

     12 p.m. – The Gilchrist County Rotary Club in the Gilchrist County Woman’s Club, 819 S.W. CR 339 (except on federal holidays). The club also meets at Akin's Barbecue three or four times a year - on random Monday afternoons. And normally this club does not meet the first Monday of the month. Instead, they meet for a Breakfast Fellowship at 8:30 a.m. on the first Wednesday of the month. Then this club has a Board and Membership Business Meeting on the 2nd Monday of each month at noon. All Gilchrist Rotarians are invited. The rest of the month, these Rotarians meet for member-sponsored programs on Mondays at noon. All meetings are at the Woman's Club in Trenton -- except those random meetings in Bell.
 

EVERY FIRST MONDAY
     6:30 p.m. --
The Williston High School Football Boosters' meeting is in the Williston High School Library. Meetings will continue year-round on the first Monday of every month. The public is welcome and encouraged to attend.

 

EVERY SECOND MONDAY
     10 a.m. -- The Williston AARP Group meets in  Thompson Hall of St. Barnabas Episcopal Church, 661 N.W. First Ave., Williston. All people aged 50 years and older are invited to enjoy the fun and make new friends. For more information, call 352-208-1450 and leave a message.   
     Noon -- The Dixie Education Foundation meets the second Monday of each month at the Dixie County Public Library, 16328 S.E.  U.S. Highway 19 in Cross City.
 

EVERY THIRD MONDAY
      6:30 p.m. --
The Levy County Republican Executive Committee's monthly meeting starts with food and fellowship at 6:30 p.m., followed by the meeting at 7 p.m. at a new location for these meetings: The Gathering Table, 116 N Main St. (U.S. Highway 19) in Chiefland. Everyone is invited to come hear from county leaders who will explain what's happening now or in the future of Levy County. Every meeting has informative Republican ideas, information and plans for the future in the county, state and nation.
     7 p.m. -- The Suwannee Valley Players meet at The Chief Theater, 25 E. Park Ave, Chiefland. The players discuss things that relate to the theater and upcoming shows. Anyone wishing to attend is welcome and no acting experience is necessary. For more information, please leave a message by calling 352-493-2787 or email to SuwanneeValleyPlayers@gmail.com.

EVERY LAST MONDAY
     6-7 p.m. --
The Friends of ForVets Inc., which is the lead organization for the Camp Valor project at Otter Springs Park and Campground, has scheduled meetings at the Gilchrist County Public Library, 105 N.E. 11th Ave., in Trenton, on the last Monday of every month, except that there is no monthly meeting in December. For more information, please contact Debbie Destin at 352-215-5476. Everyone is welcome. Volunteers are needed.
 
EVERY TUESDAY
     10 a.m. --
Gentle Yoga will be held at the Dixie County Public Library, 16328 S.E. U.S. Highway 19, Cross City. 
     10-11 a.m. – The Trenton Senior Center located at 1439 CR 307A in Trenton hosts Exercise with Anne Tally. All activities are free at the center. Over 60 years old please. For more information call 352-463-2940. The center will be closed until Sept. 18, 2023, so the county can use it for a special needs shelter.

    11:45 a.m.-1 p.m. – Williston Rotary Club meets at the First Presbyterian Church, 247 N.E. First St., Williston.
     4-7 p.m. -- The Newberry Farmer's Market is on the corner of 254th Street and Newberry Road in downtown Newberry each Tuesday from 4 to 7 p.m. Sellers are offering fresh veggies, meats, eggs, mushrooms, plants, honey, jams, pickled items, fruit, baked goods, boiled peanuts and more.
     7 p.m. -- Fanning Springs Community Church is participating in a ministry named "His Grounds," which is to help free from all addictions. This support group meets every Tuesday evening at 7 p.m. at Fanning Springs Community Church, 17930 N.W. 90th Court, in the City of  Fanning Springs, Florida 32693. Everyone is welcome! If you would like more information, please call Fanning Springs Community Church at 352-463-2602 or call Marcia at 352-535-3068.


EVERY SECOND TUESDAY
     10 a.m. - Noon -- Grandparents Raising Grandchildren -- A support group for grandparents raising grandchildren meets the third Tuesday of each month at First Baptist Church of Cross City, 16024 S.E. U.S. Highway 19, Cross City. Come join us for help, ideas and to be refreshed. Ideas are always appreciated for ways to help. You've got a tough job! Learn about school choices, stress relief and provide support to each other. Childcare is provided. For more information call Gigi 352-493-9183.

     6:30 p.m. -- (effective Jan. 1, 2020, and going forward) Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 5625 (Rebel Post) of Chiefland, is scheduled to have its monthly meeting at the post located at  6850 N.W. 137th St., north of Chiefland, just off of U.S. Highway 19. The monthly meeting used to be at 6:30 p.m., and years ago the VFW post was located at 1104 S. Main St. -- but the post has moved and the meeting time is changing to be an hour earlier as of January of 2020.

EVERY THIRD TUESDAY
     7 p.m. -- Darklub (Dixie Amateur Radio Klub) monthly meetings are every third Tuesday starting at 7 p.m. They are in the Gilchrist County Public Library, 105 N.E. 11th Ave., in Trenton, just off of U.S. Highway 129 near Trenton High School.


EVERY WEDNESDAY
     9 a.m. –
Medicare Review will be held at the Dixie County Public Library, 16328 S.E. U.S. Highway 19, Cross City. 
     10-11 a.m. –
The Trenton Senior Center located at 1439 CR 307A in Trenton hosts Advanced Tai-Chi with Susan Levi. All activities are free at the center. Over 60 years old please. For more information call 352-463-2940. The center will be closed until Sept. 18, 2023, so the county can use it for a special needs shelter.
     11:45 a.m. - 12:30 p.m. -- The Suwannee River Economic Council has a meal site in Williston open to people who are 60 years and older. Seniors will receive a hot, nutritious, balanced meal free of charge. Donations are accepted. It’s in Thompson Hall at St. Banabas Church at 521 N.W. First Ave. Please call 352-490-7055 ext. 1 by 9 a.m. on Wednesdays to assure there will be enough meals hot and ready to serve on that day.
     12 p.m. – Chiefland Rotary Club meets at The Gathering Table,  Main Street (U.S. Highway 19) in downtown Chiefland.
     12 p.m. – The Dixie County Rotary Club meets at the Dixie County Library, 
16328 S.E U.S. Highway 19 in Cross City.
      6 p.m. – AmVets Post 444 invites everyone to the post’s weekly dinner and Bingo. Bingo starts at 7 p.m. Dinner is served at 6 p.m. AmVets Post 444 is located at 13751 N.E. 52nd Place Williston. It is the big blue building on the right side of the road for people driving from Bronson to Williston. Call after noon for additional information -- 352-528-2550.
     7 p.m. -- The Youth Ministry Program Ignite 4:12 at Cornerstone Assembly of God continues from Sept. 18, to be each Wednesday. Director of Youth Ministry Chris Kirby said he looks forward to seeing young people come to this weekly event at Cornerstone Assembly Of God 1045 Sixth Blvd., in Williston.
 

EVERY FIRST WEDNESDAY
     10- 11 a.m. --
The first Wednesday of each month, interested individuals are invited to enjoy the "coffee club meeting," where Edward Jones Financial Advisor Kathryn Lancaster will discuss current updates on the market and economy in a relaxed, informal setting. This discussion is at the Edward Jones office, 220 N. Main St. (U.S. Highway 19), in Chiefland. Participants need to reserve a spot at the coffee club meeting by calling the office at 352-493-4948.

 

EVERY SECOND WEDNESDAY
      6:30 p.m. -- Toastmasters (Radiant Ridge Club) wants to help individuals with their speaking and leadership abilities. We do it by practicing, coaching and advising each other, in a non-threatening environment. We meet regularly on the second, fourth and fifth Wednesdays. Meetings are held at the First Baptist Church, Citrus Ave., in downtown Crystal River. Come visit us and see if you feel you would enjoy participating. We are always glad to have visitors. For more information on Radiant Ridge Toastmasters, please call Renate Wilms at 352-746-4598.
 

EVERY THIRD WEDNESDAY
     12 p.m. --
Every third Wednesday, there is a free community light lunch at Holy Family Catholic Church, 17353 N.E. U.S. Alt. 27 near Williston. Everyone is invited. For more information, please call 352-528-2893.

 

EVERY FOURTH WEDNESDAY
     6:30 p.m. --
Toastmasters (Radiant Ridge Club) wants to help individuals with their speaking and leadership abilities. We do it by practicing, coaching and advising each other, in a non-threatening environment. We meet regularly on the second, fourth and fifth Wednesdays. Meetings are held at the First Baptist Church, Citrus Ave., in downtown Crystal River. Come visit us and see if you feel you would enjoy participating. We are always glad to have visitors. For more information on Radiant Ridge Toastmasters, please call Renate Wilms at 352-746-4598.

 

EVERY FIFTH WEDNESDAY
     6:30 p.m. --
Toastmasters (Radiant Ridge Club) wants to help individuals with their speaking and leadership abilities. We do it by practicing, coaching and advising each other, in a non-threatening environment. We meet regularly on the second, fourth and fifth Wednesdays. Meetings are held at the First Baptist Church, Citrus Ave., in downtown Crystal River. Come visit us and see if you feel you would enjoy participating. We are always glad to have visitors. For more information on Radiant Ridge Toastmasters, please call Renate Wilms at 352-746-4598.

 

EVERY THURSDAY
     10-11 a.m. –
The Trenton Senior Center located at 1439 CR 307A in Trenton hosts Exercise with Anne Tally. All activities are free at the center. Over 60 years old please. For more information call 352-463-2940. The center will be closed until Sept. 18, 2023, so the county can use it for a special needs shelter.
     12 p.m. – The Suwannee Valley Rotary Club meets in the the Central Florida Electric Cooperative. The address is 11491 N.W. 50th Ave., in Chiefland.

     2 p.m. -- Weekly Kids Movie (Children under 10 must be accompanied by an adult) at the Dixie County Public Library, 16328 S.E. U.S. Highway 19, Cross City.
      7-9 p.m. -- ForVets Inc. is holding Bingo games every Thursday night in the Spring Lodge at Otter Springs Park and Campground, 6470 S.W. 80th Ave., near Trenton, in Gilchrist County. All proceeds from the sales of snacks and beverages goes toward the Camp Valor Project at Otter Springs. Bingo etiquette is required. Call 352-463-0800.Every Thursday
      7 p.m. -- A Narcotics Anonymous meeting is scheduled for every Thursday at Fanning Springs Community Church, 17930 N.W. 90th Court, in the City of Fanning Springs.
      7 p.m. -- Yankeetown Inglis Woman's Club Bingo is active. The games begin at 7 p.m., in the club located at 5 56th St., Yankeetown. Stop in at 5 p.m. and shop in the Second to None Shoppe. At 6 p.m., you can eat before the games start. You don't have to play to eat, we have take out! There are always sandwiches and hot dogs available. For more information call 352-447-2057.
      7 p.m. -- There is Bingo every Thursday at the Williston Lions Club, 401 S.E. Sixth Ave. Contact Pamela Vamosi at 352-222-8267 or Deanna Barnard at 352-283-8828 for more information about the Lions Club of Williston.


EVERY FIRST THURSDAY
     6:30 p.m. --
The Disabled American Veterans meet on the first Thursday of the month at Otter Springs Park and Campground in the Spring Lodge, 6470 S.W. 80th Ave., Trenton 32693.

 

EVERY SECOND THURSDAY
     11:30 a.m.-2 p.m. -- Cornerstone Assembly of God, 1045 Sixth Blvd. in Williston offers a free lunch each second Thursday. All are welcome. For more information, please call  352-528-6880.

     Noon -- The Dixie County Chamber of Commerce meets the second Thursday of each month at the Dixie County Public Library, 16328 S.E.  U.S. Highway 19 in Cross City.
     1:30-3:30 p.m. -- There is an Alzheimer's Caregiver Support Group  that meets in the Edward Jones Conference Room at 220 N. Main St. (U.S. Highway 19), Suite 2, in Chiefland. This support group creates a safe, confidential, supportive environment or community and a chance for participants to develop informal mutual support and social relationships. Participants will learn and be informed about dementia, and the group as a whole helps participants develop methods and skills to solve problems. RSVPs are required. Call the Helpline at 1-800-272-3900 to reserve a seat or to find more information.
     3 p.m. – The Nature Coast Business (Levy County) Development Council is scheduled to meet, unless otherwise noticed, in the Drummond Bank Conference Room of the Jack Wilkinson, Levy (County) Campus of The College of Central Florida, located at 15390 N.W. U.S. Highway 19, Chiefland, south of the City of Fanning Springs on the western side of the highway.  The Nature Coast Business Development Council Inc. is a Levy County organization to help improve the economy in Levy County. These meetings are open to the public. Any members of the public wishing to bring any matters before the board may do so by contacting NCBDC Executive Director Scott Osteen via email at director@naturecoast.org. The NCBDC is an entity that evolved from an original group formed in 1985, which was, is and is planned to be committed to fostering economic prosperity and the highest quality of life in the communities it serves, which are in Levy County.
     7-8 p.m. -- The Levy (County) Backyard Beekeepers meet second Thursday of every month from 7 to 8 p.m. at the Bronson Community Church, 948 E. Hathaway Ave. (U.S. Alt. 27), in Bronson, Florida. For more information contact Steve Starks at 386-288-0741 or John Dulaney at 352-284-3211. Free honeybee removal is available.
      7 p.m. -- The Levy County Horse Club is scheduled to meet on the second Thursday of the month at The Gathering Table Restaurant in Chiefland. Arrive earlier for dinner. Are you interested in horses and trailriding? Join us for our monthly social and check us out at http://www.levycountyhorseclub.com/.

 

EVERY THIRD THURSDAY
     6 p.m. --
The HealingStrong organization meets in the Gilchrist County Public Library at 105 N.E. 11th Ave., in Trenton. HealingStrong is a cancer resource organization, which helps people by educating, connecting, and encouraging those seeking comprehensive, natural strategies to heal strong and stay strong. Healing Strong is a non-profit, federally approved organization made up of a growing network of HealingStrong Groups in the United States, Canada and some other countries. The power of the HealingStrong Groups comes from fostering a vibrant, synergistic, loving community where patients get inspiration and motivation, are empowered with information to take action (or change direction), and are encourage to be strong and courageous and to never give up. Meetings are free, encouraging, informative and full of hope because no one should have to heal alone. Together, people at these meetings may find strength through faith, education and connection with others.

 

EVERY FRIDAY
      7:15 a.m. -- The Citrus Business Network (CBN) exists to grow the business and profitability of our members by providing leads and referral information, sharing marketing ideas and utilizing each others' services. Everyone wants to do business with people they know, like and trust. The CBN allows us to develop that kind of relationship, not only with other members, but also with friends and business contacts. We meet Friday mornings at 7:30 a.m. at the Twisted Oak Country Club, in Beverly Hills. Breakfast and social time begins at 7:15. We would love to have you visit a meeting and see if CBN is right for you. Questions? Call Peg Weston at 352-586-2343.
     9:30 a.m. - Noon – The Trenton Senior Center located at 1439 CR 307A in Trenton hosts BINGO followed by lunch. All activities are free at the center. Over 60 years old please. For more information call 352-463-2940. The center will be closed until Sept. 18, 2023, so the county can use it for a special needs shelter.

EVERY FIRST FRIDAY

     6-9 p.m. -- Everyone is invited to join the fun at a family-friendly event in Cross City on the first Friday of the month. This event is a party without drugs or alcohol. Every first Friday, the Dixie County Anti-Drug Coalition sponsors a family-friendly Friday Night Done Right from in the city park behind the Dixie County Courthouse in Cross City. Everyone is welcome to enjoy for music, games and dancing. The event itself is free, but there are usually concessions for sale by local youth organizations. For more information, or to host a Friday Night Done Right of your own, please call Debby Sweem 352-210-2601 or visit www.community-together.org/friday.

EVERY THIRD FRIDAY
     Noon –
The Trenton Senior Center located at 1439 CR 307A in Trenton hosts a monthly birthday party with a special meal, cake and ice cream. All activities are free at the center. Over 60 years old please. For more information call 352-463-2940. The center will be closed until Sept. 18, 2023, so the county can use it for a special needs shelter.

     6-9 p.m. -- Everyone is invited to join the fun at a family-friendly event in Old Town. This event is a party without drugs or alcohol. Every third Friday, the Dixie County Anti-Drug Coalition sponsors a family-friendly Friday Night Done Right from at the 1st District Community Center in Old Town (9223 N.E. 349 Highway). This is on Highway 349 about 10 miles north of the light in Old Town. Everyone is welcome to enjoy for music, games and dancing. The event itself is free, but there are usually concessions for sale by local  youth organizations. For more information, or to host a Friday Night Done Right of your own, please call Debby Sweem 352-210-2601 or visit www.community-together.org/friday.


EVERY SECOND SATURDAY
     8 a.m. –
The United Methodist Men of Fist United Methodist Church of Chiefland meet the second Saturday of every month. They meet in the Fellowship Hall, which is in the basement of First UMC Chiefland, 707 Main St., Chiefland.

      9:45 a.m. -- C.A.N. (Community Alliance Network) meets at the Living Water Life Center (LWLC) 6491 S.E. 123 Terrace Morriston. We’re meeting to put together resources and ideas for growing, bartering, food storage, alternative energy and other forms of self-sufficiency. Join us to hear speakers from like-minded groups share their visions and help us form ours. We always look forward to meeting new people.
     4 p.m. -- There is a “Community Round Table Meeting” at Inglis City Hall each second Saturday of each month. This is an open forum for residents of Inglis to come together to discuss area needs and views.

 

EVERY THIRD SATURDAY
     5:30 p.m. -- Everyone is invited to a Gospel Sing on the third Saturday of each month at St. Johns United Methodist Church, on the corner of Alachua County Roads 236 and 239, in Alachua. The mailing address is 10708 N.W. County Road 236. There will be a sign at corner of the intersection. Each month, there will also be a fellowship afterward with a covered dish meal.

 

EVERY FOURTH SATURDAY
     9 a.m. - 1 p.m. -- The South Levy Marketplace, which is held the fourth Saturday of each month, happens in the Food Ranch Plaza, 40 U.S. Highway 19 N., just north of Follow That Dream Parkway (Levy County Road 40). Vendors provide goods, demonstrations and services. There are even free cat adoptions. Vendor spaces and quality yard sale spaces are 10x10 for $10. Civic groups and non-profit groups can have spaces for free. For more information, call 352-302-1771. 

EVERY LAST SATURDAY
     1-3 p.m. --
The Care for Caregivers group meets on the last Saturday of each month in the Williston City Hall Community Center, 50 N.W. Main St. in Williston. Williston has support for caregivers and their loved ones who have dementia.

 


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