We explore Florida’s Forgotten Coast through a local art festival that aims to highlight the beauty of life along the coast. We also venture to Lake Seminole to learn about a unique type of farming that involves no animals and grows no plants and we find out how you can learn about the past through a special upcoming living history event. Plus, we’re breaking out the torches on The Tasty Table.
America entered a new era when the Civil War ended 150 years ago. In order to help people better understand this time period, a month of activities have been planned to mark the Season of Emancipation in our area. Sergeant Major Jarvis Rosier, Sr., President of the 2nd Infantry Regiment of the U. S. Colored Troops Living History Association, and Tonja Webb, Chair of the Lady's Auxiliary, join us to tell us more. Click here to about the Season of Emancipation Festival.