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Madeira Beach Events

Great American Grunt Hunt
March 23 to 25
503 150th Ave
Madeira Beach, Florida
This fun event is a low cost FAMILY and FRIENDS style fishing tournament. The best part is we have a FISH FRY on saturday with all the fish that was caught in the event. If you have never tried GRUNT, you should come on out and give it a taste.

2017 Madeira Beach Craft Festival
May 13, 2017 - 14, 2017
15103 Madeira Way
Located on Florida's west coast, Madeira Beach is a small town on the Gulf of Mexico. Madeira Way will be lined with crafters from all areas, displaying their works for sale at this community festival. Join us in Madeira Beach to browse and purchase a wide variety of ceramics, jewelry, stained glass, metal works and much more. Hours: 10am-5pm both days

Mid-Week Madeira Beach Morning Market
9am-2pm every Wednesday
Madeira Way, Madeira Beach, FL, 33738
10am-3pm every Wednesday
Fresh and Farmer's Open Air Market featuring 80+ of the area's finest Vendors. Local produce, fine art, great food and friendly people all in a beach-close location. Live music, family and pet friendly, free parking.

Yoga on Madiera Beach and John's Pass Park
Yoga & Tai Chi classes on Madeira Beach / John's Pass Bridge
Yoga class app 1 hour, Tai Chi class app 30-45 minutes.

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Madeira Beach News


Lawsuits target proposed Madeira Beach Town Center
Treasure Island attorney Ken Weiss and attorney Tim Weber of St. Petersburg have filed a pair of lawsuits in the 6th Judicial Circuit to overturn a city of Madeira Beach ordinance that allows development of the proposed Madeira Beach Town Center on Madeira Way.
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Holiday Isle development gets final OK
The second major development proposed for the Madeira Beach east gateway area got a final approval from the city commission at its March 7 meeting.
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Planning starts for 2017 Seafood Festival
It may be early March, but plans are already underway for this year’s John’s Pass Seafood Festival Oct. 26-29 at John’s Pass Village.
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Residents’ concerns win out as developments downsized
Pressure from residents has apparently resulted in the second major development in the city of Madeira Beach being reduced in size and redesigned.
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Gulf Beach Masons honor deputy, firefighter
Local firefighters and law enforcement officers were honored Jan. 26 in an awards dinner conducted at Gulf Beach Masonic Lodge.
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Publix no longer offers you that free slice of meat at the deli counter
I confirm with the clerk. Yes, there has been a policy change. As of two weeks ago, deli technicians are no longer offering the free slice, she says, and they don't, strictly speaking, even need to show that first slice to you.
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Madeira Beach downtown developments downsized
It is likely that several new hotels will open their doors here in a few years, but the path to that new development continues to be rocky.
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Madeira Beach ferry struggles in early going
The ferry runs only three days a week, from 4 until 10 p.m. on Fridays, and from 10 a.m. until 10 p.m. on Saturdays and Sundays. Ridership is averaging about a half-dozen people a day. Some days, there are no riders.
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Local businesses donate to the Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 4256
With help from local businesses donating towards a raffle prize, the Veterans of Foreign Wars (VFW) Post 4256 has donated the proceeds of that raffle to three military veterans’ charities: the VFW National Home for Children; the VFW’s Veterans Village Retirement Home, and the VFW’s Military Assistance Program (MAP).
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Baby boom: Sea turtles set new record for nesting on Pinellas beaches
Two hurricanes didn't discourage sea turtles from nesting along Pinellas County's beaches this year. In fact, they set a new record for turtle nests, according to the Clearwater Marine Aquarium.
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