The Carrabelle Culture Crawl, a celebration of amazing art, music, history, food, and fun, will fill the heart of downtown Carrabelle this Saturday, March 24 from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.

This cultural event is a multi-venue showcase that will take place at over a dozen unique galleries, museums, shops, restaurants, and spaces. Sponsored in part by the Carrabelle History Museum, City of Carrabelle Community Redevelopment Agency, Coastal Realty Group, Carrabelle, and Franklin County Tourist Development Council, this community event is free and open to the public.

Be on the lookout for the Oysterman, the Forgotten Coast Mermaids and some of your favorite Fishy Fashion characters wandering the streets, representing the spirit of Carrabelle. The Carrabelle Artist Association will have a display of art from several talented area artists. Visitors will also have an opportunity to lend their talents to the creation of some public art.

Music will be heard during the Culture Crawl in various places - like country music on the sidewalk at Rio Carrabelle in the afternoon and barbershop singers wandering the streets. Plus get a chance at winning some wonderful door prizes just for having fun! 

Guests may start at any of the participating locations and visit as many as time allows. Event maps showing the official stops will be available and the Gopher Tortoise logo will be displayed in the windows of participating locations. Complimentary refreshments will be available at several venues and visitors have a chance to enter the drawing for some great door prizes. 

For more information, contact Tamara Allen at the Carrabelle History Museum at 697-2141 or carrabellehistorymuseum@gmail.com