Pensacola Press – February Newsletter

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Written by: Gail Morrisalt

This month's issue:

  • Our Communities
  • Community Events
  • Ready Now Homes
  • Fun Stuff
  • Valentine's Day

OUR COMMUNITIES

Huntington—Traditional

850-469-0977

Indian Lake—Traditional

850-937-1537

Logan Place—Patio

850-941-1610

Manchester—Traditional

850-453-9290

Osprey—Traditional

850-453-9290

Providence Manor—Patio

850-944-3258

Robins Ridge II—Trad/Patio

850-505-0586

Southwoods—Traditional

850-457-1714

Summerfield—Traditional

850-505-9450

Twin Pines II—Traditional

850-937-1537I

Weatherstone—Patio

850-455-7034

Click on Community Name for Additional Community Info


COMMUNITY EVENTS

February is a busy month for community events in our area. 

If you are interested in all things Mardi Gras, go to pensacolamardigras.com to find out all your Mardi Gras information. Below are a few more events that are happening in the month of February.

  • February 21 – Gallery Night, downtown Pensacola, 5pm-9pm
  • February 22 – Special Olympics Mardi Gras Fun Run & Walk, Bayview Park, 12pm
  • February 27 – Harlem Globetrotters, Pensacola Bay Center, 7pm
  • February 28 – Krew of Lafitte Parade, Down town Pensacola, 8pm

READY NOW HOMES

CLICK HERE

to view our HOTSHEET and READY NOW HOMES inventory!


FUN STUFF Did You Know?

  • Eating garlic, onions & scallions help boost your immune system.
  • A handful of nuts can help boost your heart health.
  • The University of FL developed Gatorade.
  • After Hawaii, New York is the state surrounded by the most water.
  • The first product to have a bar code was Wrigley’s Gum.
  • Baby rattlesnakes are born in August & September.

VALENTINE'S DAY

Looking for some places to take your Valentine?  Pensacola residents voted  and below are some of their favorite places:

  • Downtown Pensacola where you can snuggle close in a horse drawn carriage ride, enjoy great dining at the many restaurants and end the night with dancing.
  • Wayside Park in Gulf Breeze at the foot of the 3 Mile Bridge for beautiful sunsets.
  • Take a long stroll on the Ft. Pickens National Seashore.
  • If the beach is not to your liking, enjoy the quiet, wooded Edward Ball Nature Trail on the campus of UWF.

See ya next month!

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