Daily Archives: May 21, 2012
This week’s weather continues its erratic run, with scattered thunderstorms predicted to break up the sunshine. Tuesday looks to be one of the wettest, with a 60% chance of precipitation all day. Thursday should be clearer, and might be the perfect day to steal away to one of Key West’s beaches for a few rays of sun. Going into the weekend the rain looks to be sticking around, with precipitation hovering at about 50%. This is a great week to take a few museum tours or even catch a haunted trolley ride through Old Town! When it’s especially wet, we love sneaking away to the Butterfly Conservatory, whose glassed-in aviary and greenhouse is the perfect refuge from stormy weather. Or else taking in a show at one of Key West’s various performance spaces — from classical theatre to drag show extravaganzas, there’s something to please everyone every night of the week.
To learn more about which activity might suit you best, speak to your friendly front desk agents.
The Southernmost Car Show will take place this weekend, May 25th-27th, with a range of activities including live music, vendor booths, raffles, tours of the Key West Naval Air Station and the culminating car show on May 27th. Proceeds from this event will benefit the Naval forces stationed at the Key West Naval Air Station. Come celebrate the 237th birthday of the U.S. Navy by treating your eyes to some of the most impressive hot rods, classic cars and other vehicles that you’ll ever see!
This event is free & open to the public.
For more information, including a schedule of events, call (305) 467-8196
is just around the corner, with festivities scheduled to begin this weekend, May is presented by the FCPOA (First Class Petty Officer Association) Naval Air Station, Key West. This is an annual benefit Car Show & Festival Weekend that commemorates the birth of the U.S. Navy (Oct. 13, 1775). This year honors the 237th birthday of the Navy with many activities surrounding the car show on Sunday, May 27. Free and open to the public.
Contact: (305) 467-8196