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follow site The 38th Annual Pensacola Seafood Festival kicked off Fall this weekend, giving the community a chance to come together and experience delicious seafood, live music and a variety of original artwork.

click here The festival is sponsored annually by The Fiesta of Five Flags, an organization that prides itself on celebrating the heritage of Pensacola and building community appreciation through various activities. Their pride was well-deserved, because, according to attendees, the organizers accomplished everything they set out to do. As described by UWF sophomore Quinten Parker: “The Seafood Festival is the epitome of Pensacola’s culture and community wrapped up into one festival. I come every year.”

see url The festival began Friday afternoon with more than 150 artists and food vendors and hundreds of people. The blue fish portrait by featured local artist local Sarah Turner was featured on every T-shirt and poster in sight. Surrounding the festival were booths from out-of-state vendors with exotic offerings such as gator on a stick and shark meat. For attendees with children, there were arts and crafts stations. For the foodies, there were local restaurants such as The Fish House, Nancy’s Haute Affairs and Flounders Chowder House providing mouthwatering seafood for patrons to enjoy. Also, musical artists Drake White and the Big Fire, Anders Osborne, and Marc Broussard got everyone on their feet and dancing when they each took stage at night. This festival appeals to people of all ages, but especially college-age attendees. When asked if the Pensacola Seafood Festival was a good event for UWF students to enjoy, Ashley Johnson said, “I definitely feel like this is a good place for UWF students to get a feel for what Pensacola is all about.”

read and buy pfizer viagra no prescription When students come to UWF from out of town, they may fall in love with the campus, but it’s events like the Pensacola Seafood Festival that really shows Pensacola’s true colors – and flavors.