A performer with the Adventure Family Circus wows an audience with her aerial skills. [ Adventure Family Circus ]
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Carrabelle celebrates riverfront festival Saturday

The Carrabelle Chamber of Commerce will host the 2024 Carrabelle Riverfront Festival this Saturday, April 27 from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. along the harbor.

This free, family- and pet-friendly event will feature the Adventure Family Circus, with three exhilarating aerial and acrobatic shows, a spectacle the whole family will enjoy.

Children enjoy meeting the animals at the Redemptive Love Farm’s traveling petting farm. [ Redemptive Love Farm ]

Also joining the festival will be Redemptive Love Farm and Rescue bringing their petting zoo and feeding station of animals that ranges from llamas to mini-donkeys to goats and emu.

Activities for the kids include mini-train rides and a bouncy house. Musicians including John Jeremiah, Kevin Andrew and the Rockulla Performers, and DJ Beanie Baby, will perform as will the Tallahassee Community College Dancers and the Forgotten Coast Dancing Witches. 

Enjoy the Exhibitor Expo on Avenue B, hosted by the Carrabelle History Museum, where there will be exhibits that include wild animal ambassador Moonlight, the great horned owl.

Vendors and festival goers enjoy the gorgeous harbor at a past Carrabelle Riverfront Festival. [ Sheri Wesson ]

The streets will be alive with vendors, exhibitors, and booths with arts and craft items, food, and local displays.

For more information, check out www.CarrabelleRiverfrontFestival.com or on Facebook at @carrabelleriverfrontfestival or call the Carrabelle Chamber of Commerce at 850-697-2585.

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