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DESTIN EVENTS AND ENTERTAINMENT – Sept. 23

Food Truck Fest is set Oct. 2 at Cultural Arts Village

From barbecue to lumpia and everything in between, the second 2nd annual Food Truck Fest in Destin at Mattie Kelly Cultural Arts Village will have a little something for everyone, even funnel cakes.

The Food Truck Fest is set for Oct. 2 from 11 a.m. to 7 p.m. Admission is $5 and children 12 and younger youth 12 and under are free. The cultural arts village is just off Commons Drive in Destin behind Destin High School.

Destin Shark 5K race is Oct. 9

The Destin High School Athletics Destin Shark 5K is set for Oct. 9. The race will start and finish at the new Beach Camp Brewpub, located at 541 US 98 in Destin, after following a scenic course through old Destin and along Joe’s Bayou.

All proceeds will go directly to Destin High School Athletics whose mission is providing fitness and athletic opportunities for all its student athletes. 

The Destin Shark 5K is set for Oct. 9. Registration is now open.

Race registration is $35 for runners or walkers. The fee includes a beverage and meal at the event after-party which will be a fun-filled family event with music and activities. Participants registering before Sept. 29 will also receive a commemorative race shirt. Medals will be awarded to the top three finishers in each age bracket. To register, please visit: https://destinhssharkrace.itsyourrace.com/event.aspx?id=15463.

Packet pick-up will be Oct. 8 at Destin High School from 3-6 p.m., and before the race at Beach Camp Brewpub on Oct. 9 from 7–8:15 a.m.

Art by Halle’s Comet Designs on display

The Destin Library presents the vibrant, often whimsical artwork of Halle Castille all through the month of September.  

Halle is the one-woman show behind Halle’s Comet Designs out of Pensacola. Her work is often interdisciplinary, mixing different art forms like 3D printing, painting, and sculpture to create new styles.  

Halle Castille

In her latest works, she is investigating the dichotomy between more universal ideas like good and evil, light and dark, and masculine and feminine. The potential energy behind these collisions is a driving force in her art.  

Learn more about Halle on her website at hallescometdesigns.com or contact the Destin Library at 850-837-8572 or [email protected] 

Volunteers needed for Festival of the Arts

Mattie Kelly Arts Foundation is seeking volunteers for the 27th Annual Festival of the Arts to be held on Oct. 29-30 at the Mattie Kelly Cultural Arts Village in Destin. 

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