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    • A Pampering Package Is Always in Season! Longboat Key Club Moorings, GICW Statute Mile 77.5, Sarasota, FL

       Step off deck at Longboat Key Club Moorings and come ashore to our Four-Diamond beachfront resort offering a private white-sand beach, 45 holes of challenging golf, the Island House Spa, six on-site restaurants, the award-winning Tennis Gardens and so much more.

      “Sun-tanned, wind-blown”…maybe you need to get off the boat and take advantage of this be-good-to-yourself offer from Longboat Key Club Moorings, A CRUISERS NET SPONSOR, located on the western shores of Sarasota Bay, north of the city of Sarasota and south of Longboat Pass.


      The Resort Longboat Key Club, Sarasota, FL
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      Longboat Key Club
      The Longboat ‘Key’ to Renewal
      Let your worries drift away and rejuventate your body and mind at the hands of our seasoned spa professionals. Our Opal Collection Spa Package ensures ulitmate relaxation with the inclusion of a one night accommodation, $100 spa credit per day, breakfast, and more. 
      Photo courtesy of @theweekendfox. Offer is based on availability. Additional restrictions and/or blackout dates may apply. Not valid on existing reservations.
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      220 Sands Point Road, Longboat Key, FL 34228 USA
      LOCAL  941.383.8821     RESERVATIONS 855.314.3803
      OPAL Collection - Uniquely Opal. Uniquely You. - Explore


      Click Here To View the Western Florida Cruisers Net Marina Directory Listing For Longboat Key Club Moorings

      Click Here To Open A Chart View Window, Zoomed To the Location of Longboat Key Club Moorings

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    • LNM: Relocated Lighted Buoys, Beaufort Inlet, near NC AICW Statute Mile205

      These relocated channel lighted buoys are on both sides of the inlet channel immediately south of the mouth of the harbor.

      A. BEAUFORT INLET CHANNEL LB 13 (29372) TO APPROX POSIT 34-40-21.903N, 076-40-13.431W.

      B. BEAUFORT INLET CHANNEL LB 15 (29380) TO APPROX POSIT 34-40-57.016N, 076-40-09.817W.


      34-41.30.878N, 076-40-07.782W.

      D. BEAUFORT INLET CHANNEL LB 17 (29390) TO APPROX POSIT 34-41-14.226N, 076-40-06.781W.

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    • LNM: NAV ALERT: Expect Delays, Camp LeJeune, April 25-26, NC AICW Statute Miles 235-241

      The Waterway near Browns Inlet and through Camp LeJeune will experience closures of 1-4hrs throughout the day, April 25 and possibly April 26 due to live artillery fire in the area.

      Marine Corps Installations East-Marine Corps Base Camp Lejeune, North Carolina, Live firing and training:
      Mariners traveling in Atlantic Intracoastal Waterway through this area can expect a delays of about one to four hours during the below times. Range Control Boats, from Camp Lejeune, NC monitor Channel 16 VHF-FM and the working Channel 82 VHF-FM. Range Control can be reached at 910-451-3064 or 4449.
      The restricted areas in the Atlantic Ocean east of the New River Inlet as shown on National Ocean Service Chart 11543, will be closed to navigation up to 15 NM seaward because of firing exercises during the following periods:
      8:00 A.M. – 5:00 P.M., 25 APR 19 LIVE FIRE OPERATIONS, ARMY 11TH TRANS BN. The Restricted Areas in the New River, as shown on National Ocean Service Chart 11542, that will be closed to navigation because of Stone Bay Rifle Range firing exercises during the following periods: 24 HOURS DAILY
      The restricted areas that may be closed to navigation because of firing exercises during the following periods: 24 HOURS DAILY
      The Target Bombing Area N1/BT-3 Impact Area in the Atlantic Ocean east of the New River Inlet as shown on National Ocean Service Chart 11543, may be closed to navigation because of firing exercises during the following periods:
      Atlantic Intracoastal Waterway, Inland Waters in the Browns Island Inlet area between Bear Creek and Onslow Beach, may be closed for firing exercises during the following periods:
      8:00 A.M. – 5:00 P.M., 25 APR 19 LIVE FIRE OPERATIONS, ARMY 11TH TRANS BN.
      Ship operations consisting of landing craft, amphibious vehicles, and helicopters may be conducted in the Onslow Beach Operating Area and all sectors of New River to include dive operations. Due to unexploded ordnance on Browns Island and in the adjacent waterways and marsh areas, Browns Island is off limits to all unauthorized personnel. Vessels may transit the surrounding waters, however no vessel shall bottom fish or anchor. Range Control Boats, MCIE-MCB Camp Lejeune NC monitor VHF-FM channels 16 and 82. Range Control can be reached at 910-451-3064 or 4449.
      Charts: 11541 11542 11543 LNM 17/19

      Click Here To Open A Chart View Window Zoomed To the Location of Bear Creek

      Click Here To Open A Chart View Window, Zoomed To the Location of Onslow Beach

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    • Praise for Palm Coast Marina, FL AICW Statute Mile 803

      Palm Coast Marina – New Fuel Station! Diesel at transient slips, Gas & Diesel available.

      Palm Coast Marina, one of our newest CRUISERS NET SPONSORS, is located just west of the Intracoastal Waterway at Statute Mile 803 between St. Augustine and Daytona Beach. Our thanks to David Grimes for these kind words.

      Kudos to Chris and staff. Great dockside help with lines. Protected setting immediately adjacent to ICW. Little current and only 1.5 foot tidal range. 120 V shore power, unlike some other local marinas with <100 V. Excellent dockage rates as well. David GrimesClick Here To View the Cruisers Net Eastern Florida Marina Directory Listing For Palm Coast Marina

      Click Here To Open A Chart View Window, Zoomed To the Location of Palm Coast Marina

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    • Water News You Can Use

      April is Water Conservation Month. This month is traditionally one of the driest of the year and marks the peak demand season for public water suppliers.


      WaterNews You Can Use

      Saving water indoors tips
      Conservation and Restoration

      Celebrate Water Conservation Month

      April is Water Conservation Month. This month is traditionally one of the driest of the year and marks the peak demand season for public water suppliers. The District especially encourages conservation throughout April on top of year-round conservation. District residents can participate by being mindful of water use in their everyday household activities. READ TO GET MORE TIPS ON SAVING WATER AROUND THE HOME.

      Citrus fruit on tree

      Citrus Task Force Aims to Save Growers Time, Money

      With the Citrus industry facing challenges such as hurricanes and greening, the District is working to improve services and business processes for citrus industry customers. Learn more.

      Judges tasting water

      Local City Wins Tastiest Tap Water Award for Region

      Who has the tastiest tap water? The winner was recently decided at the Best Tasting Drinking Water Contest for Florida Section Region 4 of the American Water Works Association. Read who won.

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    • LNM: Missing ICW Daybeacon 80, AICW/Shallotte Inlet Intersection, Problem Stretch, NC Statute Mile 330

      This missing ICW daybeacon is on the northwest shoulder of the Waterway immediately north of  AICW/Shallotte Inlet intersection Problem Stretch.




      Click Here To View the Cruisers’ Net’s “AICW Problem Stretches” Listing For the AICW/Shallotte Inlet Intersection

      Click Here To Open A Chart View Window, Zoomed To This AICW Problem Stretch

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    • Gateway to the Gulf Newsletter from the City of Gulfport, Fl, April 22, 2019, Boca Ciega Bay

      Gulfport Marina includes dry boat storage, ship store, bathroom, public boat ramp, parking, fueling stations, lighted range markers and guest docking facility.

      Gulfport Municipal Marina, A CRUISERS NET SPONSOR, and the City of Gulfport always have a full calendar of events for all ages. The marina and harbor, found on the northern shores of Boca Ciega Bay, are easily accessible from the Western Florida ICW, just north of Tampa Bay.

      Week of April 22, 2019
      Gateway to the Gulf Newsletter
      Highlighted Events/Classes this Week
      Healthy Cooking Class
      Monday, April 22nd
      3 p.m.
      Gulfport Senior Center
      Monday, April 22nd
      5:30 p.m.
      Gulfport Senior Center
      Seated Tai Chi
      Tuesday, April 23rd at 8 a.m.
      Thursday, April 25th at 8 a.m.
      Gulfport Senior Center
      Tai Chi Attire:
      Wear comfortable clothing, & flat soled shoes. Bring water, if you like.
      Fresh Market
      Tuesday, April 23rd
      Every Tuesday
      9 am – 3 pm
      Gulfport Fresh Market on Beach Blvd. S.
      The Gulfport Tuesday Fresh Market, located along Beach Blvd. in Gulfport’s Historic Waterfront Arts District, is open year-round, from 9 am – 3 pm.
      With a roster of over 70 vendors, you will find a wide variety of products, including but not limited to, ready-to-eat and take-home foods, fresh produce, plants, herbs, jewelry, teas, art, clothing and live music.
      Ballroom Dance
      Tuesday, April 23rd
      with Carol Baker
      Gulfport Casino Ballroom
      12 pm – 3 pm
      $8.00 admission
      Call 727-798-3660  
      Texas Hold’em
      Tuesday, April 23rd at Noon
      Friday, April 26th at Noon
      Gulfcoast Legal Services
      Tuesday, April 23rd
      1 – 5 p.m.
      Gulfport Senior Center
      Gulfport Lions Club Monthly Meeting
      Tuesday, April 23rd
      6 p.m. Social / 6:30 p.m. Dinner
      Gulfport Lions Club
      Second & fourth Tuesday’s every month
      For more information, contact Rob Vincent by email at
      Argentine Tango Dance
      Tuesday, April 23rd
      with Kathleen & Steve Prucher
      Gulfport Casino Ballroom
      6:30 pm – 11 pm
      $8.00 admission
      Call 727-742-3368  
      Health Tips & How to be Unstoppable at any Age
      Wednesday, April 24th
      2 p.m.
      Gulfport Senior Center
      Laughing Yoga
      Wednesday, April 24th
      with Certified Laugh-a Yoga Leader, Cathleen Howard
      3:30 p.m.
      Scout Hall
      Gulfport Toastmasters
      Wednesday, April 24th
      Gulfport Public Library
      Social: 6:00 to 6:15pm
      Meeting: 6:15 to 7:30pm
      Wednesday, April 24th
      is the Gulfport Casino Swing Night, withShim Sham  Lesson 6 – 7 p.m., Swing-Dance Lesson 7 – 8 p.m., and Dancing 8 – 11 p.m. Just $8 includes both lessons and the dance, students get $6 admission, andbirthday people get free admission.
      Stetson Area Neighborhood
      Watch Meeting
      Wednesday, April 24, 2019
      Eleazer Hearing Room
      7:00 p.m.
      All meetings start at 7:00 p.m. and ANYONE CAN ATTEND!
      Contact Jim Wright, Volunteer   
      Coordinator at: 727-893-1022
      Sound Meditation
      Thursday, April 25th
      Introduction to iPad & iPhone
      Thursday, April 25th
      1:30 p.m.
      Gulfport Senior Center
      Chair Volleyball
      Thursday, April 25th
      Latin Night at the Gulfport Casino
      Thursday, April 25th
      6:30 – 11 p.m.
      Doors Open at 6 p.m.
      $8 admission
      Gulfport Casino Ballroom
      Gulfport Community Players present: The Octette Bridge Club
      Thursday, April 25th
      8 p.m.
      Catherine Hickman Theater
      5501 27th Ave. S.
      The Octette Bridge Club is a sentimental comedy that let us listen in on eight matronly Irish Catholic sisters who meet every other Friday to play cards and swap gossip. The story ultimately focuses on the oldest, the domineering Martha, and the youngest, the high-strung and emotional Betsy. Set in the l 930s it’s a charming play about American life in a bygone era.
      April 18-28 Thur-Fri-Sat@ 8PM Sat & Sun@ 2PM
      Tickets $18 online and at the Gulfport Beach Bazaar 
      Tickets $20 lobby (one hour before showtime, cash only)
      Book Club
      Friday, April 26th
      9:30 a.m.
      Gulfport Senior Center
      5501 27th Ave. S.
      Spring Fest
      Garden Art & Faerie Festival
      Sat. & Sun., April 27 – 28
      10 a.m. – 5 p.m.
      Clymer Park
      The Gulfport Area Chamber of Commerce will host its 25th Annual Spring Fest Garden Art & Faerie Festival along the green and tree-covered expanse of Gulfport’s 7.5-acre Clymer Park, on April 27 – 28, 2019. The Garden Art & Faerie themed festival will transform the park into an “enchanted village” inhabited by costumed faeries, sprites, gnomes, ogres and trolls. Renaissance-era characters, gypsies, minstrels, wizards and roving entertainers in costume will also stroll through the event.
      Spring Fest will offer a wide variety of family friendly activities and entertainment. Favorite activities such as May pole dances, a faerie house contest, costume contests and live music will be returning. A children’s area will offer activities including face painting, pixie dusting, bubble blowing, and more. Vendors offer plants, garden art, flowers, herbs, Renaissance-period items, clothing, jewelry, art, hand-made crafts, food & beverages, and other items of whimsical interest.
      There is no admission fee for the pet and family friendly event, and complimentary parking is available with gratis trolley rides to and from off-site parking areas.
      Upcoming Events
      Art Show & Reading
      Monday, April 29th at 3 p.m.
      Widow, a solo journey forward
      a new work by Kate Seidman
      Gulfport Senior Center
      5501 27th Ave. S.
      Pinellas County Solid Waste Master Plan Workshop
      Monday, April 29
      6 p.m. – 8 p.m.
      Gulfport Casino Ballroom
      5500 Shore Blvd. S.
      City-Wide Neighborhood
      Watch Meeting
      Wednesday, May 1, 2019
      Gulfport Neighborhood Center
      1617 49th St. S.
      7:00 p.m.
      All meetings start at 7:00 p.m. and ANYONE CAN ATTEND!
      Contact Jim Wright, Volunteer   
      Coordinator at: 727-893-1022
      1st Friday Flea Market
      Friday, May 3rd
      9 a.m. – 12 p.m.
      Gulfport Senior Center
      5501 27th Ave. S.
      First Friday Art Walk
      Friday, May 3rd
      6 p.m. – 10 p.m.
      Visit Gulfport Florida on Friday, May 3, for the Gulfport Art & Gallery Walk. Find your shopping and dining maps and chart your course to our beachfront town!
      Shop for local art along Beach Blvd, visit a gallery, catch a live local band and dine at one of the locally owned restaurants along Beach & Shore Blvd’s.
      The Gulfport Art & Gallery Walk event, produced by the non-profit Gulfport Merchants Association, takes place from 6-10 p.m. every first Friday and third Saturday – rain or shine, all year round, and is home to dozens of artisans and craftsmen each month.
      There is never an admission fee for visitors and complimentary parking is available nearby with courtesy trolley rides available to and from off-site parking areas. Gulfport events are always pet and family friendly. GPS – 3101 Beach Blvd. S., Gulfport, FL 33707. 
      For general event information, visit, or call 727-322-5217. Interested artisans and craftsmen can view the guidelines at, under the vendor info tab.
      Goodwill Hippie Dash
      Saturday, May 4th
      May the Groove be with you!
      7:45 – 11 a.m.
      Downtown Gulfport Waterfront District
      For more information, please visit
      Comedians Uncorked
      Saturday, May 4th
      7 p.m.
      Catherine Hickman Theater
      5501 27th Ave. S.
      To purchase tickets, please visit
      Seasoned Sowers Garden Club
      Tuesday, May 7th
      9 a.m.
      Gulfport Senior Center
      5501 27th Ave. S.
      City Council Meeting
      Tuesday, May 7th
      7 p.m.
      Gulfport City Hall
      2401 53rd St. S.
      Marina District Neighborhood
      Watch Meeting
      Wednesday, May 8, 2019
      Lions Club
      4630 Tifton Dr.
      7:00 p.m.
      All meetings start at 7:00 p.m. and ANYONE CAN ATTEND!
      Contact Jim Wright, Volunteer   
      Coordinator at: 727-893-1022
      The LGBTQ Resource Center at Gulfport Public Library is proud to continue its monthly LGBTQ Film Series on Thursday, May 9 with DO I SOUND GAY?, an entertaining documentary exploring one’s voice and its relation to self-identity and gay identity. The Film Series is a free gathering to watch a film in the company of friends and neighbors on the second Thursday of each month. 
      Popcorn, candy, bottled water and soda are available. Donations will be accepted to benefit the LGBTQ Resource Center. Feel free to bring your own “brown bag” supper and beverages. Each film begins at 7pm in the Friends Room at Gulfport Public Library (5501 28th Avenue South). Seating is available on a first-come, first-served basis.
      About DO I SOUND GAY? (2015): Director David Thorpe embarks on a hilarious and touching journey of self-discovery, confronting his anxiety about “sounding gay.” Enlisting acting coaches, linguists, friends, family, total strangers, and celebrities, he quickly learns that many people – both gay and straight – often wish for a different voice. In this feature-length documentary, what starts as a personal journey becomes a chance to unpack layers of cultural baggage concerning sexuality, identity, and self-esteem. Featuring appearances by Margaret Cho, Tim Gunn and George Takei. “Surprisingly entertaining, highly informative and honest.” (Newsweek) (Not Rated)
      Save the date for our next film, Thursday June 13, STONEWALL UPRISING (2010): On June 28, 1969, New York police raid a Greenwich Village gay bar, The Stonewall Inn. For the first time, patrons refuse to be led into paddy wagons, setting off a three-day riot that launches the Gay Rights Movement. Told by Stonewall patrons, reporters and the cop who led the raid, this compelling documentary recalls the bad old days when psychoanalysts equated homosexuality with mental illness and police entrapment was rampant. At the height of this oppression, the cops raid Stonewall, triggering nights of pandemonium with tear gas, billy clubs and a small army of tactical police. The rest is history. (Rated PG 13). We are proud to screen this film as part of our full slate of events for LGBTQ Pride Month throughout June, also commemorating the 50th anniversary of the Stonewall Uprising. Prior to the film, we will also hear remarks by local resident Jay Chetney, who was present during the Stonewall riots.
      Also save the dates for our films on July 11, QUEERCORE: HOW TO PUNK A REVOLUTION; August 8, SOUTHWEST OF SALEM; and September 12, THE HAPPY PRINCE. Watch for announcements of other films as they are added to the series on the second Thursday of each month.
      The LGBTQ Resource Center of the Gulfport Public Library is a 510(c)3 non-profit organization. The Resource Center provides collections, services and events throughout the year to the local LGBTQ community, its friends and family. Find out more about the Resource Center and the Library on the web or on Facebook at  
      Soul Night w/ Swing Time
      Friday, May 10th
      at the Gulfport Casino. Dance 8pm-midnight to the best in Funk, Soul, Disco, Motown, Rhythm & Blues, featuring an exciting mix of retro & modern dance music, great for a variety of partner dances (Hustle, Swing, West-Coast, Blues, Fusion, etc) plus group, line, and freestyle dancing! Arrive early for a Rumba Lesson 7-8pm. Just $10 includes the dance AND the lesson. Students get $6 admission if they show up by 7pm and take the lesson. Soul Night happens at the Gulfport Casino the 2nd Friday of every month.
      Lesson Info — Learn Soul-style Rumba…how to Rumba to Soul music! This class, taught by Sam from Swing Time, will broaden your musical dance skills, so you’re no longer limited to boogying back & forth between two feet. A surprising number of soul, funk, blues, and R&B tunes, including many of your favorite songs, have a slow-quick-quick rhythm that’s perfect for dancing Rumba, and we’re going to dance to a variety of these songs in the lesson. In addition to typical Rumba moves, we’ll learn some new ones, borrowed from other dances. For experienced dancers, we’ll show you how to convert your entire repertoire of Salsa, Bachata, and Cha Cha moves to Rumba dancing! If you like dancing to Soul, Funk, Blues, or R&B music, including live bands, then you’ll enjoy adding Rumba to your repertoire.
      Junk in the Trunk
      Saturday, May 11th
      8 a.m. – 1 p.m.
      49th Street Neighborhood Center
      1617 49th St. S.
      Pinellas County HAZ-TO-GO
      Do you have chemicals or electronics taking up space at home? Need to get rid of them? Would you like a convenient option?
      The Pinellas County Haz-To-Go Truck will be at JITT from 8 a.m. – 1 p.m. FREE to Gulfport residents.
      To learn more about what you can bring, please visit:
      Monthly Beach Cleanup
      Saturday, May 11th
      9 – 11 a.m.
      Gulfport Beach, Shelter #4
      Sock Hop with the Impacs
      Friday, May 17th
      7 – 10 p.m.
      Gulfport Casino Ballroom
      5500 Shore Blvd. S.
      Step back in time as you dance to the sounds of the 50s and 60s with the legendary Impacs. The Impacs will host their next performance of the 2019 season at the Historic Gulfport Casino Ballroom on Friday, April 19, 2019. Tickets, in advance, are two for $25, or $15 each and available at the Gulfport Casino Box office, 5500 Shore Blvd S. or the Downtown Beach Bazaar at 3115 Beach Blvd. S.
      Originating in the 1960s, the Impacs are celebrating their 57th anniversary by taking you back to the days of Sock Hops, Star Spectaculars, and American Bandstands. The fun begins the night of the show with doors opening at 6:30 p.m. and live music starting at 7 p.m. Admission at the door, the night of the show, is $20 per person. Tickets are on sale now at the Gulfport Casino Ballroom box office or Gulfport Beach Bazaar. For more information, please call the Gulfport Casino Ballroom at (727) 893-1070.
      Blues Birthday Bash Honoring Sterling ‘Mr. Satan’ Magee
      Saturday, May 18th
      6 – 9 p.m.
      Catherine Hickman Theater
      5501 27th Ave. S.
      Carroway + Rose and The Enroy Foundation Inc. are proud to present a special screening of the new documentary film “Satan & Adam,” celebrating the life and music of Gulfport local blues legend Sterling Magee, aka “Mr. Satan” and his blues partner Adam Gussow.
      Watch the trailer and learn more about this unlikely duo’s miraculous story at
      Event is open to public with suggested donation $20 (or whatever you can truly afford) going to the Enroy Foundation, a 501 (c) 3 committed to the visual and performing arts in the Tampa Bay area, with an emphasis on collaborative, educational, and environmental projects. The foundation will award the funds gathered from the event to the family of Mr. Magee.
      Art Opening and fundraiser
      Saturday, May 18th
      6 – 10 p.m.
      Gulfport Art Center
      2726 54th St. S.
      Abstract Art for Autism and other Special Abilities by Studio Duvoe, Inc.
      Come help us celebrate the creative genius of these awesome special abilities young people & adults. When a student sells a painting they receive ½ of the funds with the other half funding future art workshops and openings. All artwork is nicely framed and reasonably priced ($10 – $50).
      Volunteers and donations are always welcome. Contact Caroline Duvoe
      (727-271-5016) or Dan Mlotkowski (727-331-3819) for questions or details.
      Live music by Kari Kane and Those Lovebirds (Marty Fouts & Bonnie
      Drop by for a wonderful evening of live music and art in support of a wonderful organization. 
      City Council Meeting
      Tuesday, May 21st
      7 p.m.
      Gulfport City Hall
      2401 53rd St. S.
      Memorial Day
      Monday, May 27th
      All City Facilities Closed
      City of Gulfport Hurricane Preparedness Seminar
      Thursday, May 30th
      • Doors open at 6 p.m. for Hurricane related vendor information
      • Seminar featuring Chief Meteorologist Bobby Deskins and Emergency Management Director Cathie Perkins begins at 7 p.m.
      If you would like to become a vendor, please contact 727-893-1118 or
      Catherine Hickman Theater
      5501 27th Ave. S.
      City of Gulfport Flag Day
      Friday, June 14th
      10 a.m.
      Veteran’s Park
      5130 31st Ave. S.
      FREE and open to the public
      Special guest vocalist and former New York City Opera Soprano Catherine Bassett will perform.
      The New Horizons Band of Gulfport pre-opening musical performance begins at 9:30 a.m.
      For more information, call Technical Events Specialist Kristin Ossola at 893-1118.
      FREE Ride on the Gulfport
      Rays Trolley!
      Monday, July 1st
      TB Rays vs. Baltimore Orioles
      Monday, July 1st • 7:10 p.m. 
      Gulfport Casino Ballroom
      5500 Shore Blvd. S.
      Departure Loops Start:
      5 p.m. at the Gulfport Casino to First Pitch & 7th Inning Stretch to 10 p.m.
      For tickets, please
      For more information and to register for the parade, please visit
      Community Outreach
      Gulfport Little League Club
      Gulfport Little League Club, Inc.
      Trevor Mallory, President
      4501 6th St. S., St Petersburg, FL 33705
      Old League with a new Attitude, new Leadership and growth Vision for Youth Baseball!
      Come out and watch a game!
      Cheer our youngsters on! 
      This week’s home games are:
      • Tuesday, April 23, 6:30 pm, Tomlinson Park, Minors v Cross Bayou
      • Wednesday, April 24, 6:30 pm, Tomlinson Park, Majors v Southwest
      • Friday, April 26, 6:30 pm, Tomlinson Park, Majors v Southeast
      – Featuring Gulfport Merchants Sponsor Day
      • Saturday, April 27, 10:00 am, Tomlinson Park, T-Ball v Southwest
      • Saturday, April 27, 6:30 pm, Hoyt Field, Softball Coach Pitch v Northeast
      Full game schedule at:
      New Scholarship for LGBTQ Gulfport Student 
      The LGBTQ Resource Center at Gulfport Public Library is proud to announce it is offering a $1000 scholarship for the continuing education of an LGBTQ student from Gulfport. The Resource Center’s inaugural LGBTQ Scholar Award is intended to help students continue their post-graduate education, whether in college or trade school.
      Applicants must be at least 16 years of age and have completed high school by June 2019. They must have a home address within the last two years in Gulfport and be currently accepted to or already attending an accredited post-secondary institution. Finally, applicants must be registered for full-time attendance in the fall of 2019 in an undergraduate, graduate or trade school program.
      Application packets may be picked up at the Gulfport Public Library (5501 28th Ave. S.) or accessed online at
      Completed applications must be received by June 3, 2019. Reference letters are due no later than June 10. Please direct questions to Susan Gore, c/o LGBTQ Resource Center, Gulfport Library or at
      Call for Applicants for its 2019/2020 “Rise and Shine” Grants for eligible artists currently residing in Pinellas County
      The Gulfport Merchant’s Chamber (GMC) has announced a call for applicants for its 2019/2020 “Rise and Shine” Grants for eligible artists currently residing in Pinellas County. The purpose of the grants is to support Gulfport’s and Pinellas County’s creative community and to promote Gulfport as an art destination. Preference will given to artists residing in Gulfport. Applicants must be 18 years of age or older. Two grants, including funding, marketing/advertising support, and exhibition space will be offered with a total value of $1000 each. Deadline to apply is July 31.
      Each grant includes $500 up front to be used exclusively for displays, materials and supplies related to the artist’s aspirations; $300 in 10 paid booth reservations at the twice monthly Gulfport Art and Gallery Walks within a one-year period, with direct professional social media and marketing support; quarterly mentorship with a professional artist board member and one-on-one consultations with the art committee throughout the year; and $200 after completing 10 events and a post grant report. All grant monies are expected to go directly into the artist creating work and creating a professional display that can be used for future festivals and shows.
      Applicants must furnish proof of residency, a resume, artist statement, digital images of previous work and online links. For complete details, go and click on “Artist Grant” at the bottom of the home page. For questions, send email to
      Call for Applicants for its 2019/2020 Community Support Grant Program
      The Gulfport Merchant’s Chamber (GMC) has announced a call for applicants for its 2019/2020 community support grant program. Local non-profit organizations that target or include Gulfport in their activities are invited to apply. Applicants must be certified tax-exempt non-profit organizations, government entities requesting funds for public purposes, or schools and colleges at any level.
      For more details and to apply, see the application available atwww.VisitGulfportFlorida.comClick on “Community Grant” at the bottom of the home page. Submission of an application does not guarantee funding and the Board of the GMC reserves the right to determine or adjust the amount awarded to any recipient. Applications must be received in writing and must be emailed, postmarked or delivered no later than March 31, 2019. Applications received after the deadline cannot be considered. Decisions on recipients are scheduled to be announced by April 27. 
      Special consideration will be given to organizations that are able to help promote and provide volunteers for the GMC events that raise the funds making these grants possible. “Gecko World” events with funds earmarked each year for community giving include “Gecko Crawl,” “Gecko Ball” and the GeckoFest street festival. The events grow in size and popularity every year and each requires a large promotional effort and a large number of volunteers. Grant amounts will be determined and funds distributed to grantees after these GMC events have concluded for 2019.
      Since sponsoring the community grants, the GMC has provided many thousands of dollars in funding to a large and growing roster of worthy non-profit organizations. The GMC also gives back to the community in other ways during the year, including sponsoring “Gulfport’s Get Rescued” each February, benefitting animal rescue groups. A monthly Clothing Swap benefitting CASA is held during the Gulfport Tuesday Fresh Market; and the GMC’s “Holiday Hoopla” helps collect donations for Operation Santa in December. Public art installations have also been commissioned and installed with GMC funding.
      For more information, contact GMC Board Member John Haugen,
      City of Gulfport’s
      FREE VPK Program
      Enrollment begins May 1st
      Classes start September 3rd
      Questions, please contact 727-893-1068
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      Household Electronics & Chemical Collection Schedule
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      9 a.m. – 2 p.m.
      For more information about household electronics & chemical collection, or
      call 727-464-7500.
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      Smoke Alarms Save Lives
      Free smoke alarms are available to elderly and low income households within Gulfport City limits. 
      Call Fire Chief James Marenkovic at 893-1062 for more information.
      Gulfport on the Go!
      Get the City App
      City of Gulfport is proud to announce the launch of the new City of Gulfport app for iOS and Android mobile devices, the newest way to connect with its citizens.
      The Official City of Gulfport app offers citizens a simple way to submit requests-like reporting potholes, signs, trash or debris, code violations, and inquiring about an event venue. Users can include an address and description, GPS-specific location, as well as a photo of the issue. Once a request is submitted, you can keep track of pending and completed requests within the “My Requests” section. In addition, the City app has direct links to the online utility bill payment system, the City calendar, frequently asked questions, the city employee directory, the sanitation department, and the electronic newsletter signup.
      The City App allows residents to connect more conveniently with City government to report issues and request non-emergency services. Offering more ways for citizens to connect with the City, please email or call 727-893-1118 with questions or technical issues about the smart phone app.
      Reassurance Telephone Program
      Gulfport Senior Center
      5501 27th Ave. S.
      Let the friendly Volunteers of the Gulfport Senior Center chat with you on a daily basis. Sign up for the Gulfport Reassurance Program and choose between two call times: early-morning or mid-morning. This service is designed to help you feel secure and connected.
      For more information, call the Gulfport Senior Center at (727) 893-2237
      FREE Amplified Phone
      Gulfport Senior Center
      5501 27th Ave. S.
      3rd Tuesday of every month
      9:30 – 11:30 a.m.
      You MUST call 727-399-9983 to qualify.
      Comfort Reading From the Circle Bookshop
      Gulfport Public Library
      5501 28th Ave. S.
      Curl up with a good book from the Circle of Friends Bookshop at the Gulfport Library. Popular novels, edgy science fiction, juicy mysteries and sentimental romances are all available for purchase at very attractive prices.  
      Prefer cooking or crafting, then check out the many recipe books and craft books. A new selection of quilting books will fly off the shelves so come in soon and come in often as we restock the shelves every day. 
      The Gulfport Library is located at 5501 28th Avenue N,. Please call Marilyn Field at 727-321-4035 if you have any bookshop questions.
      2020 Census: How to Get Involved
      The 2020 Census provides an opportunity for everyone to be counted. Tribal, state, and local governments; community based organizations; faith-based groups; schools; businesses; the media; and others play a key role in developing partners to educate and motivate residents to participate in the 2020 Census.
      When community members are informed, they are more likely to respond to the census. Through collaborative partnerships, the U.S. Census Bureau and community leaders can reach the shared goal of counting EVERYONE in 2020.
      The Complete Count Committees (CCC) program is key to creating awareness in communities all across the country.
      • CCCs utilize local knowledge, influence, and resources to educate communities and promote the census through locally 
      • based, targeted outreach efforts. 
      • CCCs provide a vehicle for coordinating and nurturing cooperative efforts between tribal, state, and local governments; communities; and the Census Bureau. 
      • CCCs help the Census Bureau get a complete count in 2020 through partnerships with local governments and community organizations.
      Tribal, state, and local governments work together with partners to form CCCs to promote and encourage response to the 2020 Census in their communities. Community-based organizations also establish CCCs that reach out to their constituents.
      A CCC is comprised of a broad spectrum of government and community leaders from education, business, healthcare, and other community organizations. These trusted voices develop and implement a 2020 Census awareness campaign based upon their knowledge of the local community to encourage a response.
      The formation of CCCs is happening NOW! Leaders are identifying budget resources and establishing local work plans. In 2020, they will implement the plans and lead their communities to a successful census count.
      It’s up to all of us! CCCs know the best way to reach the community and raise awareness. Some activities could include:
      • Holding CCC kickoff meetings with media briefings.
      • Participating in Census rallies or parades.
      • Coordinating Census unity youth forums.
      • Hosting Interfaith breakfasts and weekend events.
      • Encouraging the use of Statistics in Schools classroom resources.
      • Incorporating census information in newsletters, social media posts, podcasts, mailings, and websites.
      • Helping recruit census workers when jobs become available.
      The primary goal of the 2020 Census is to count everyone once, only once, and in the right place. Community influencers create localized messaging that resonates with the population in their area. They are trusted voices and are best suited to mobilize community resources in an efficient manner.
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