The Destin Library’s Cultural Series takes place February through April. All programs are FREE and open to the public. Funding for the series is provided by the Friends Guild of the Destin Library, the City of Destin, and the Okaloosa County Public Library Cooperative.
FRIDAY, FEB. 2
After more than a decade of worldwide touring and three album releases, Rebecca Hall and Ken Anderson, a/k/a Hungytown, have earned a reputation for the quality and authenticity of their songwriting.
TUESDAY, FEB. 13
Harpist Katie Ott provides an enchanting afternoon of discussion about the history of the harp and its evolution from the Egyptian lyre to the modern instrument. Ms. Ott’s program will include demonstrations of special techniques and a mini recital of French and contemporary music.
WEDNESDAY, MARCH 21
Mr. Fletcher is a classical guitarist based in Detroit and New York City. He performs over 100 concerts a year, and his recordings on the Centaur Records and Towerhill Recordings labels have been critically acclaimed. His repertoire runs the gamut from the Renaissance period through the 20th century.
TUESDAY, APRIL 17
Dr. Cheryl Jones, Destin’s “Music Diva” is a pianist, vocalist, composer, songwriter, music director, etc. etc. She has led her award-winning group Jones and Company for over 20 years. This program is an open air Jazz on the Lawn concert in conjunction with National Library Week and Jazz Appreciation month. Bring your lunch and enjoy the concert.
– Will Rogers
- Art Classes & Workshops
- Art Events
- Art Galleries
- Call to Artists
- Nikki Hedrick: 5 Ways You Can Support the Arts
- Robin Wiesneth: My Creative Kickstarts
- Bruce Collier: 10 Things I’d Never Write in a Restaurant Review
- Nikki Hedrick: Misconceptions About Vegetarianism
- Restaurant Guide
- Taco Variations and Cool Stuff to Look at in Santa Rosa Beach
- Where to Spend Your Happy Hours in Beachcomberland
- Aimee Shaffer: My Favorite Animal Events to Emcee
- Nikki Hedrick: 6 Things You Can Do to Make Your Wedding Day Easier
- “Hey!” 5 Musicians Who Inspire Cheryl Jones
- Beachcomberland’s Greatest Hits
- Bobby Tomberlin: My Earl Thomas Conley Top 5
- Drink On It – Blake Shelton’s Favorite Drinking Songs
- Joe Fingas’ Favorite Blues Men and Women
- Live Music
- Nikki Hedrick: How to Become a Concert Photographer
- Woofy Ramone’s 2019 Record Store Day Finds
Aimee Shaffer: My Favorite Animal Events to Emcee
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