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May

2024

Trolley Service Starts May 24

The Santa Rosa Island Authority will launch their free, open-air trolley service along Pensacola Beach this Memorial Day weekend, beginning Friday, May 24.

The 2024 Pensacola Beach Island Trolley, operated by Escambia County Area Transit, will run daily from 4 p.m. to midnight through Labor Day on Monday, Sept. 2.

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May

2024

Board Picks Mike Burns To Lead SRIA

The Santa Rosa Island Authority Full Board at their May 22 meeting voted to offer local attorney and former beach resident Mike Burns the Executive Director’s position after a comprehensive executive search.

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May

2024

Veterans Unplugged Strums Into Casino Beach Bar, May 29

Join us for an evening dedicated to supporting our military personnel in need. Veterans Unplugged, Wednesday, May 29 from 5:30 to 8 p.m. at Casino Beach Bar on Pensacola Beach. The event brings together the power of music, storytelling, and community support to make a difference in the lives of veterans facing challenges today. Premium seating is $10 (Veterans Unplugged on Eventbrite.com).

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May

2024

First Loggerhead Nest Recorded on Pensacola Beach May 17

Escambia County Sea Turtle Patrol volunteers Holly Forester and Bob Blais recorded the first nest of the 2024 season on Pensacola Beach early Friday morning, May 17. Turtle-friendly reminders:

Lights out. Leave no trace. 

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May

2024

Beach Jumper Bus Free To Ride During Summer, Limited to Friday, Sat, Sun

Beginning Friday, May 24, the Beach Jumper Route 64 will operate on fridays from 2:20 to 9:30 p.m.

Saturday and Sunday from 10:15 a.m. to 9:05 p.m. Fares will be waived until Sept. 2

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May

2024

Wooly Boogers Want To Keep The Hurricanes Away

The Queen is Lindsey Stanley. The place is Paradise Bar and Grill. The reason to be there is simple. It’s a party to “Keep The Hurricanes Away.”

The Wooly Booger Social Club invites everyone who hates hurricanes to the Keep The Hurricanes Away Bawl, Sunday, June 2 at 2 p.m. at Paradise Bar and Grill.

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May

2024

Escambia County Observes Hurricane Preparedness Week May 5-11

Escambia County Emergency Management encourages residents to take time during the week to prepare their homes for the upcoming hurricane season.

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