Entertainment News April 5

Staff Writer
The Destin Log

Looking for a hero

The Red, White & Blue Hero Celebration, held weekly at HarborWalk Village from 6-10 p.m. May 29 through Labor Day Weekend, is seeking nominations for individuals who have gone above and beyond to better their community. Nominations can come from family, personal or professional contacts by simply filling out a nomination at www.HarborWalkDestin.com.

The Red, White & Blue Celebration features an honoring of the hero, live entertainment, kid’s activities, a WWII vintage air show and a finale of fireworks over the Destin harbor. The first Celebration on May 29 will be a Hero Reunion on the Harbor.

Call to Artists: Destin Library

The Destin Library has issued a call to area artists inviting them to schedule an exhibit at the library. Art exhibits will be showcased in the library’s Calhoun Room, a 1,170 square foot unencumbered area frequented daily by more than 300 library members, visitors and residents.For further details, contact Tina Kaple at tkaple@cityofdestin.com or 850-837-8572.

Call to Artists: Destin Seafood Festival

The theme of the 36th Annual Destin Seafood Festival, “Heritage on the Harbor,” celebrates the festival’s location, among the docks, charter boats and fishermen. Artists are invited to submit their handcrafted work showcasing this theme by 11 a.m. June 2. No computer-generated or enhanced artwork will be accepted.

The entries will be voted on by the Destin Seafood Festival Committee and the Destin Charter Boat Association and the winner will be announced on June 15.

For an artist’s application or to find out how you or your business can be a part of the festival, contact the Festival Event Coordinator at 850-428-7783, info@destinseafoodfestival.org or visit www.DestinSeafoodFestival.org.