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Free Weekly Summer Events in Stone Harbor

Free Weekly Summer Events in Stone Harbor

Ever summer, Stone Harbor hosts free weekly events as listed below.

Monday

Stone Harbor Family Night (June 26 -August 27)
7:00 – 7:45 p.m., Stone Harbor Firehouse
Fun entertainment for families including magic shows, puppet theater, animal adventures, story time and more. Magic shows, puppet theatre, storytelling, animal adventures, and more! This event is open to public and free for all.

Tuesday

Tuesdays at the Tower Concert Series (July 9 – August 27)
7:00 pm – 8:00 pm, 95th Street Water Tower Plaza
Features live bands and a Beer and Wine Garden, sponsored by the Stone Harbor Chamber of Commerce. This is a free event and is open to the public.

Thursday

Thursdays on the Lawn (July 11 – August 15)
7:30 pm – 9:00 pm
Saint Mary’s Episcopal Church, 9425 Third Avenue, Stone Harbor
Bring your beach chair and enjoy a live band on the lawn. Refreshments and cookies provided.
July 11: Jim Bannach of BLT
July 18: The Snake Brothers
July 25: The Quietmen
August 1: Three and One
August 8: Bob Campanell
August 15: Jim Bannach of BLT

Saturday

Stone Harbor Bird Sanctuary Tours (July 6 through August 24)
Saturdays 10:00 am, Egret Espy Trail entrance at 114th Street and 2nd Avenue
Experienced docents lead guided tours through a maritime forest and barrier dunes and teach visitors about the natural history and wildlife of the Bird Sanctuary. Tours are one hour long.

Sunday

Stone Harbor Farmer’s Market (May 26 – September 1)
8:00 am – 12:30 pm, 95th Street Water Tower Plaza
Weekly farmer’s market features fresh produce, baked goods, organic coffee and tea, gourmet foods, flowers, oils & vinegars, nuts, honey, flowers, nursery stock and much more.

Stone Harbor Bird Sanctuary Tours (June 2 through August 25)
Sundays 10:00 am, Egret Espy Trail entrance at 114th Street and 2nd Avenue
Experienced docents lead guided tours through a maritime forest and barrier dunes and teach visitors about the natural history and wildlife of the Bird Sanctuary. Tours are one hour long.

To learn more Stone Harbor, please follow the links below:

Find out why Stone Harbor is “The Seashore At Its Best”
History of Stone Harbor
Stone Harbor Beach Information
Where to Stay in Stone Harbor
Where to Eat in Stone Harbor

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