Bay Community student art exhibit Friday
Bay Community School, the community based not-for-profit pre-school in Apalachicola, host its annual Art Show and Auction on Friday May 31 beginning at 6 p.m. at the History Culture and Arts Center in downtown Apalachicola on Water Street. Dinner prepared by Tamara’s Café. Tickets $25 per person can be bought at the door. Please call ahead 653-6523 for reservations. Proceeds cover the basic costs of running the school. www.baycommunityschool.com
Relay for Life starts Saturday
Relay for Life of Franklin County takes place from Saturday, June 1 at noon until 6 a.m. June 2. Tents will sell food, drinks and more with live entertainment and games throughout the night. Highlight times are opening ceremonies and survivor/caregiver lap at noon and the luminaria ceremony at 9 p.m.. For information call (850) 348-6268 or email Kyla.Pugh@cancer.org .
Nobles dancers Saturday at Dixie
Performers go “Dancing in Paradise” in two shows for Pam Nobles Studio’s 32nd recital Saturday, June 1, at 1:01 p.m. and 6:06 p.m. at the Dixie Theatre in Apalachicola. Tickets are $10 advance or $15 at door. Call 653-8078. Doors open 45 minutes before each show.
Headliners include the Hillside Dancers, Hot Flashes, singer Tamara Marsh, Holly Chambers in a solo Bridge of Light, Three Little Fishes, and Sea Cruise. Nobles’ uncle Arnett Peel, will emcee the two shows, and perform with his sister, June Gray as well.
Special awards go to Georgia Page, dancer for three years; Myia Maxwell, six years; Holly Chambers, 12 years; Patricia Perryman, 13 years; Linda Griffin, 18 years; Bonnie Smith, 23 years; Linda Maloy, 24 years; Rita Theis, 26 years; Debby Ruffner 27; and June Gray, 30 years.