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Xaris, a local 18 year old from the Panhandle and contestant from NBC’s “The Voice,” will be performing at the community garden, located at 501 North Hayne Street on Saturday from 7 to 9 p.m.
The gate opens at 6:30 p.m. and tickets will be $10 for early birds and $12 at the door.
Proceeds from the concert will go to From the Ground Up Community Garden.
Paws in the Park will be Saturday at the Big Lagoon State Park, located at 12301 Gulf Beach Highway Pensacola.
Admission will be $6 a car and the event will be from 8 a.m. until 11 a.m..
There will be guided tours and walks for your dogs as well as presentations on dog care, nutrition and exercise. Trainers will also be available for questions and guidance.
Perfect Plain Brewing Co., located at 50 East Garden Street will be hosting a Perfect Mile Beer Run and Block Party on Saturday from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.
Relay teams of two will be $69 per team and teams of four will be $119 per team. Prizes will be awarded and the block party will begin at 12 p.m. with performances by Sabotage and Appetite for Destruction.
“Our main goal always is to bring our community together and celebrate beer, music and just an all around good time,” Bryant Liggett, tasting room general manager of Perfect Plain Brewing Co., said. “Specifically, for this event we really wanted it to be a good memorable time for every participant, runner and spectator alike.”
Runners that participate in the Perfect Mile Beer Run can expect a lot of beer and goodies.
“Every runner will each get a swag bag, a perfect mile T-shirt and some items from our sponsors,” Liggett said. “Our top first, second and third fastest teams will be up for some pretty awesome prizes. We also have a really fun award for best team spirit that we will also be giving out. You don’t always have to be the fastest, as long as you get into the spirit of the day, you also have a chance to win something pretty cool.”
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The Pensacola Bay Brewery, located at 225 East Zaragoza Street, will be hosting a Birds and Brew, a downtown bird outing at 5 p.m. on Sunday.
The guided walk starts at the Southwest corner of Seville Square and be about an hour walk to the end at the Pensacola Bay Brewery for cold craft beers.
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