Tina Morrison/Perdido Key Wine and Art Festival & Jeff Spade / Ace Art
2016 Perdido Key Wine & Art Fest
“Taste of Perdido”
The 7th annual Perdido Key Wine & Art Festival will be held at Villagio Town Center (13700 Perdido Key Drive) on May 13-14, 2016. The festival is being co-sponsored by Perdido Key Events and its original host the Perdido Key Area Chamber of Commerce. The 2015 Wine & Art Festival attracted an estimated 1,250 attendees – up 43% from 2014’s event. Guests will have the chance to taste a variety of wines from different regions while enjoying local cuisine, music and arts.On Friday night, May 13, we are bringing back the ever-popular “Taste of Perdido” for those wishing to enjoy a signature dish from local restaurants paired with an ideal wine.
Tickets for Friday night’s Taste of Perdido will be $30 per person from 5:30-8:30 pm.
Jazz guitarist Pat McCann will be the featured performer and Jeff Spade will be the featured artist. Jeff is a resident of Pensacola and the owner of ACEART. His artistic mediums are one-of-a-kind acrylic paintings on canvas and reclaimed windows.
Jenna’s Psychic Insight will also be a featured performer. Stop by and have your palm read, or maybe even see your future in her Tarot Cards.
Tickets for this evening must be purchased in advance on this website or at Artworks Studio and Gallery in Villagio (13700 Perdido Key Drive).
“Taste of Perdido” Restaurants
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Rhonda Robinson serves as Assistant Director of the University of West Florida Center on Aging and as Director of Leisure Learning. She is responsible for pursuing innovative programming and maintaining a vibrant community of lifelong learners. Rhonda’s passion for graphic design and strong attention for detail allow her to play an active part in contributing to the development and growth of Leisure Learning. Recently, she earned a designation of Certified Program Planner and is currently working toward a Bachelor’s degree of Communication Arts in Advertising at UWF. Rhonda previously served as the Director of Concert Operations for the Roswell Symphony Orchestra in Roswell, NM, where she managed all marketing, graphic design and promotional efforts throughout Southeastern New Mexico.
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Valerie Taylor facilitates youth education programs for The University of West Florida’s Continuing Education department. Valerie serves as Director of Explore Summer Camps is responsible for coordinating all camp programs and activities.
A graduate of the University of West Florida, Valerie has spent several years working in early and elementary classrooms in our community. Most recently, Valerie served as a Teacher Collaboration and Community Outreach volunteer in Thailand with the United States Peace Corps.