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Fiddle Leaf Propagation

Learn how to grow this popular plant from cuttings

Home + Garden

Crazy for Foo Foo!

Pensacola’s annual celebration of art and culture returns

Hats Off to Bespoke Local Milliner AmyJo Traylor creates museum quality hats

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Editor’s Note Fall in Northwest Florida means many things—a slight reprieve from the staggering summer heat (eventually), the Pensacola Seafood Festival, the Pensacola Greek Festival, the Interstate Fair, Foo Foo Festival, Barktoberfest, Beaches to Woodlands, Songwriters Festivals and so many more of your favorite local events. Fall is a great time to enjoy all our area has to offer and we’ve got everything you need to know about the best fall events in this issue of Pensacola Magazine. We hope to see you out at many of them. Two of the October events are fundraisers for extremely worthy causes and I encourage you to attend and/or donate to these valuable community resources. On October 26, FavorHouse of Northwest Florida will host a benefit featuring two American Idol finalists and lots of inspiring stories, silent auctions and more. The event will benefit the FavorHouse Shelter programs, which provide shelter and help for women and children leaving abusive relationships. Another local non-profit seeks to raise money, awareness and adoption rates for local animals in search of their forever homes. The Humane Society of Pensacola does so many wonderful things for these animals in need

and they deserve as much community support as we can give them, so be sure to head over to Barktoberfest on October 27 at the Community Maritime Park. On the cover this month we’ve featured a pretty spectacular home. This North Hill beauty boasts so many of the attributes that make the mid-century style so alluring while seamlessly adding in all the modern luxuries. It’s one of my favorite local houses and I hope you enjoy taking a peek inside. The courtyard and the floor to ceiling windows that make it visible from nearly every room in the house create an absolutely gorgeous sanctuary.

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Contents BARKTOBERFEST 14 It’s time for furry friends, forever homes and fundraising fun at the 18 annual Barktoberfest. FIDDLE LEAF PROPAGATION 16 Learn how to grow this popular plant from cuttings. FAVORHOUSE FACES OF DOMESTIC VIOLENCE 18 FavorHouse hosts unique benefit featuring American Idol finalists. HATS OFF TO BESPOKE LOCAL MILLINER 21 Local milliner AmyJo Traylor creates museum quality hats.

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A CREATIVE TWIST ON HALLOWEEN CARVINGS 24 Tired of carving pumpkins? This year, try a watermelon instead! CRAZY FOR FOO FOO! 26 Pensacola’s annual celebration of art and culture returns.

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BEACHES TO WOODLANDS 29 It’s time to get outside and enjoy all the natural and cultural wonders Santa Rosa County has to offer.

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MID-CENTURY MAGNIFICENT 33 A North Hill home offers a perfect blend of mid-century magnificence and modern amenities.

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loves to cook and now we gladly host the entire mob for dinner at our home. The lesson here is that at some point we let our children take over. This is when we really learn what they are all about and what they consider worthy of passing on.

I take a lot of ribbing when my autumn tree is up and decorated by labor day. I love seasonal decorations and like to have plenty of time to enjoy them. It seems that once school starts and football season kicks off, the days almost become a blur. Christmas is right around the corner.

Oh, there’s no place like home for the holidays… How true it is, except what exactly is “home?” Norman Rockwell would probably paint it with parents piling their children and pets into station wagons as they prepared to drive for hours to get back to their own roots with mom and dad. Snow would be a requirement as well as plenty of homemade treats, familiar albums of Christmas music playing on the stereo and a tree covered with ornaments from childhood. Mom would probably be wearing an apron when everyone arrived and Dad would most likely be in a recliner by the fire watching football. I do remember those days but, my, how things have changed. Becoming a grown-up means taking everything life has dished out and making the very most of every precious second. No one plans on divorce, death or yearround baseball and cheerleading, but all of these things have a way of redefining time-honored tradition. When my children were very small, we always made the annual holiday trek to north Alabama where my parents lived. I come from a large family and for the longest time, all of us miraculously were able to be together for a period of time during the holidays. It was great fun being in a crowded noisy house, passing on sacred family traditions to our own kids. My mother still hangs the same tacky, priceless pieces we made in grammar school on the tree. To this day, none of us claim the ugly angel that topped the evergreen for years and was retired only 10 Pensacola Magazine

when one wing came loose. She now has her own tissue-lined box and is available for display only. Semi-gone, but never forgotten. Many years ago I opted for a more designer type tree, but I always put up a smaller one that shows off all the treasures my children so proudly brought home from school. My son’s toilet paper roll nutcracker soldier holds a permanent spot among the glittering decorations. Money can’t buy something like that. Mom also instilled in us the importance of a home cooked Christmas dinner; regardless of what day we dined. Since Christmas day conflicts such as sharing the kids with an ex or time required at the hunting camp create challenging schedules, we are rarely together anymore on the big day. We do, however, try to have the family feast on Dec. 23 before everyone scatters. This change was hardest on my youngest brother who still believes there is no excuse for anything short of a total re-creation of our youth. But to manage the stress level that seems to surface in December, concessions had to be made. Additionally, I have to admit that one year I took my children to a nice restaurant for the holiday dinner and if it weren’t for the guilt I feel when looking into my mother’s eyes, I would not mind that becoming a new tradition. Unfortunately, while my kids are thoroughly modern and appreciated that one unique outing, they are old fashioned enough to want green bean casserole and sweet potatoes with praline topping. Mercifully, I have a husband who

To this day, when my grown daughter comes in for the holidays, she likes to nap by the fire under her baby blanket with “Christmas in Dixie” softly playing. That song is not my favorite and I long ago substituted Harry Connick Jr, Michael Buble and Diana Krall as my holiday albums of choice. But there is something so wonderful and so peaceful about seeing her curl up in family tradition while her brother surfs through sports channels on a muted television that I could listen to Alabama sing for the rest of my life. This year our family will add new ingredients to the magical pot of tradition. My son has a wife and baby of his own, but still manages to schedule his busy days in order to be here and pour a glass of champagne to toast the season. Our little Dax will add all kinds of joy to the season as watching him grow is like seeing his dad as a baby all over again. Wow. Holidays can get you down if you’re not careful because it is easy to get lost on memory lane as you wander through the past. Take advantage of change and make new and better traditions for yourself and for your family. And don’t forget the nap blanket. October Birthdays 1

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It’s Barktoberfest Fall is the perfect time of year to gather with family, furry-friends and doglovers alike at the 18th annual Barktoberfest. The event is hosted by the Pensacola Humane Society and will be held at the Community Maritime Park on Oct. 27.

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Barktoberfest gathers dog-lovers, animal rescues, local businesses, and nonprofits together for a day of pet-friendly family fun. With food trucks, vendors, demonstrations and contests, there are plenty of activities for everyone to get involved with. The event not only raises money for the Pensacola Humane Society but also showcases hundreds of dogs ready for adoption. “A large focus this year is spreading the Humane Society out within the festival to increase the visibility of adoptable pets—it’s a massive venue so visibility matters,” Pensacola Humane Society Executive Director Jennifer Bitner said.

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“Adopt Me harnesses are one idea to show people that dogs at the event are available for adoption.” Barktoberfest continues to grow bigger and bigger each year. With an estimated 10,000-plus attendees, the Pensacola Humane Society is hoping for an increase in adoptions. It’s a great opportunity for the Humane Society to host their partners and to highlight animal welfare and the work being done for the greater good of the community.


“Our mega adoption event assists in lifesaving efforts for the animals at our shelter and the other rescues, sanctuaries, and shelters in attendance from all over the Panhandle,” Bitner said. In prior years, Barktoberfest successfully resulted in 10 to 12 adoptions for the Pensacola Humane Society alone. With 20-plus rescues and shelters in attendance this year, there are dogs of all sizes, breeds, and ages up for adoption. Costume contests and games are an integral part of the Barktoberfest fun and a great way to kickstart Halloween festivities. With morning and afternoon sessions, starting at 11 am and 2 pm, attendees are encouraged to participate in costume contests and games. Some of the categories include Best Costume and Best Owner & Pet Costumes for both adults and children. The event fundraises for the Pensacola Humane Society through Barktoberfest T-shirt sales, the Most Adorable Pet Photo Contest, and donations. Pet owners can upload photos of their pets to the photo contest and encourage their friends and family to vote for them. At a dollar per vote, one dollar feeds three shelter cats or two dogs for one day. All proceeds go directly to the Humane Society. The photo contest details can be found at www.gogophotocontest.com/ pensacolahumanesociety. While there are no breed restrictions for the event, the Humane Society requires all dogs in attendance to remain on leash. Other furry companions are welcome, but the Humane Society encourages pet owners to know their pet’s limitations when interacting with other animals.

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HOW TO PROPAGATE A

Fiddle Leaf Fig Tree By Bara’ah Jaraiseh

Who doesn’t love a Fiddle Leaf Fig these days? These tropical trees have become all the rage in recent years. Their large, thick leaves provide a stunning highlight for any room. Here’s a step-by-step guide to propagating your own FLF.

1 CLIPPING

Pick a stem on an existing FLF to cut. The best selection is a stem with a few healthy leaves. This will increase the success of rooting a new tree. Grab your plant shears and cut a few inches below the last leaf, keeping in mind not to cut the nodes of the plant—cut in between the nodes. Take your cutting and place in water immediately.

2 PREPPING

You will need a rooting hormone to help your FLF propagate. We used a powder from Miracle Grow and a gel from Clonex, both available online. Follow the directions on the bottle. Each brand is a bit different, but essentially dip the end into the hormone and place back into the water.

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3 PLACEMENT

Place your cutting in a jar or cup of chlorine-free water. If using tap water allow it to sit overnight. Keep jar / cup indoors near a window with indirect sunlight. Try to change out the water about once a week. Patience is key to this whole process, give your FLF time to root. This may take up to 12 weeks.

4 ROOTING

Woohoo! We have roots! This long process pays off when you finally see those healthy roots sprout in the water. Wait for them to grow for a few more weeks to make sure the roots are strong and healthy once you plant them in soil.

5 POTTING

After about 12 to 14 weeks, your new tree is ready to transfer into soil! Get a pot ready and fill with soil. Make an impression in the middle of the pot and gently place roots in hole. Top the rest of the roots with soil.

6 CARE

Fiddle Leaf Figs do best indoors. Place in window or indirect sunlight. Remember not to over water your new tree—just a 1/3 cup of water every week should be all it needs. Once established, use indoor fertilizer monthly and wipe leaves with damp rag.

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FavorHouse of Northwest Florida hosts Faces of Domestic Violence Benefit October is Domestic Violence Awareness Month—a time to honor survivors, remember victims, bring awareness to the issue and advocate for safe spaces and legal remedies for those effected. To that end, FavorHouse of Northwest Florida spends every month of the year working on their mission to make sure victims become survivors and their goal of eradicating violence from intimate relationships. FavorHouse works toward this goal by offering shelter, tutoring, support groups, counseling, access to attorneys and advocacy to those attempting to leave an abusive situation. All services are offered at no charge and the organization is funded by grants and donations.

In that spirit, FavorHouse is hosting a unique fundraiser for their shelter programs that support domestic violence survivors in creating a bridge to their new beginnings. Featuring American Idol finalists and domestic violence survivors Wade Cota and Jess Meuse, the event concludes the organization’s 40-4040 campaign, a 40-day initiative with the goal to raise $40,000 in honor of the commencement of the nonprofit’s 40th year. The initiative also features a silent auction, which began at the September kick-off event and will run online through the end of October. FavorHouse president Sue Hand is very excited about the choice of performers for the event. “Wade and Jess are both survivors,” Hand said. “And, I think it’s truly important 18 Pensacola Magazine

that people understand that these people are survivors of domestic violence in their personal lives and they have grown and gone on to be successful. It allows people to understand that with support—emotionally, physically and mentally— survivors can blossom and have great careers and a good life.” The fundraiser and concert will be held at the Jean & Paul Amos Performance Studio on Saturday, Oct. 26. General Admission tickets are on sale for $40. VIP tables, seating eight guests, are available for $1,000. VIP tables include a formal, plated dinner, as well as a short, private show and a meet-and-greet with performers. Jess Meuse Jess Meuse is a musician from Slapout, Alabama who has performed for audiences since she was 10-years-

old. At age 20, the singer, songwriter, guitarist, pianist and classically-trained violinist won Stars of Alabama, a statewide artist showcase. In 2012, Meuse was featured on season three of NBC's The Voice. The following year, she performed on the Vans Warped Tour stage. Later, Meuse secured a spot as a top four national finalist on American Idol, judged by Keith Urban, Jennifer Lopez and Harry Connick, Jr. During the American Idol finals, Meuse made history by becoming the first artist to perform their own original song. She went on join the Idols LIVE Tour, performing in 40-plus cities across the USA and Canada. Having survived and left an abusive relationship of her own, Meuse knows firsthand the importance of an organization like FavorHouse.

“I know how years of mental, emotional and physical abusive can wear you down,” Meuse said. “You truly come to a point where you feel useless. I know that’s where I went.” Fortunately for Meuse, she found the strength to leave the relationship before she married her abuser. “I think what really made me shift and to understand that I had to leave him was the realization that he would not be a good father if I ever decided I wanted to have a family,” Meuse said. “I also realized that if he is not going to be a good father, he is not going to be a good partner either.” Meuse is excited to support the efforts of FavorHouse and lend her voice to those who need a hand. “I think it’s awesome that I get to take such a crappy experience and do


something good with it. It almost gives a purpose to going through hell,” she said. Wade Cota Wade Cota is a singer/ songwriter from Phoenix, Arizona. A childhood domestic violence survivor, Cota captured the hearts of audiences across America during his audition for American Idol in its most recent season. He went on to become a top four finalist on the show. Before his rise to fame on Idol, Cota performed at all of Arizona's major venues as the front man of his band Sugar Water. Cota is looking forward to helping FavorHouse with their mission and sees the opportunity as a great way to give back. “FavorHouse heard my story on American Idol and they reached out to me,” Cota said. “Before American Idol, I had never really talked about my past, even to a lot of my very close friends. I am a product of domestic violence. My family and I have been through a lot, so when FavorHouse talked to me about their cause and how they are trying to help women and kids who are growing up like I did, it was no brainer. I had to do it. I wish I could give back more.” FavorHouse began in June 1979, when the Spouse Abuse Task Force became the Favor (Family Anti-Violence in Organized Response) House Advisory Council, a program of the YWCA. During that

year, funding became available from the Marriage License Trust Fund and FavorHouse was the designated program recipient for funds in District I. Because of growth and expanded services, the YWCA felt it could not accept the responsibility of a growing program. Consequently in 1980, the FavorHouse Advisory Council became independent of the YWCA and incorporated as FavorHouse of Northwest Florida, Inc., and a Florida not-for-profit corporation. Since 1980, the agency has relocated the shelter twice, each time adding more beds and more rooms. An expansive project, which included four bedrooms and two baths, was completed in March 1999. The Escambia emergency shelter capacity is 50 beds with a children’s playroom and a children’s counseling room. In 2001, FavorHouse added a shelter for Santa Rosa County. The facility was certified as a 21-bed shelter. For more information about FavorHouse or to purchase tickets, visit favorhouse.org.

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Hats Off to Local Bespoke Milliner By Dakota Parks

Dating back to ancient Egypt, hats have transformed from a required accessory to protect one from the harsh elements to a popular fashion commodity. The term millinery, or the design and manufacture of hats, can be traced back to the Italian city of Milan, where travelling merchants traded the finest silk, ribbon and fabric. Travelling milliners were often the first sources of the newest fashion trends and designs. Today, milliners continue to interpret rapidly changing fashion trends to design hats around both their client’s clothing and the venues for the events they attend.

AmyJo Traylor, a local Pensacola milliner and owner of AmyJo Original Hats, got her start in the hat making profession in 2014. It all started when Traylor was in London and purchased a hat block and some fabric on a whim and decided to teach herself how to make hats. Largely self-taught, she has taken a few instruction courses through Hat Academy, based out of Australia. Since then, Traylor's hats have starred in the Kentucky Oaks Longines Fashion Contest, the Metropolitan Museum in New York, the Kentucky Derby and even internationally at the

Royal Ascot and Church with Queen Elizabeth. “All of my hats are handmade in my studio. Each design starts from a flat piece of fabric and is shaped around a balsa wood hat block. Often, the design inspiration revolves around the client’s dress. Many clients will send their dresses to me and allow a lot of artistic license in creating the perfect look,” said Traylor. When Traylor began wearing her own custom-made hats out in public, Pensacola Magazine

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“I think there are a lot of locals who would love to wear hats if they found the right hat shape to accentuate their features. The right shape on the right person can look so amazing.” people started to take notice. Quickly she gathered a following of people that wanted to buy the kind of hats she was making for herself. Giving her clients exactly what they want is essential in her design and manufacture of hats. However, she doesn’t just give her clients exactly what they want, she also helps them discover what styles work best for their aesthetic. “I think there are a lot of locals who would love to wear hats if they found the right hat shape to accentuate their features. The right shape on the right person can look so amazing,” Traylor said. A bespoke milliner creates custom, original and unique hat designs tailored to a client’s dress, hairstyle, face shape and event venue. Bespoke guarantees that a client’s hat will stand out at an event as an original design made specifically for them. Many of Traylor’s clients are looking for a bespoke design, which she said, “leaves a lot of opportunity for creativity.” Horse races are well-known for big, bold, beautiful, one-of-a-kind hats. Many attendees of horse races, nationally and internationally, commission milliners to create their hats. “The biggest hats I make are typically for the Kentucky Oaks and Kentucky Derby,” explained Traylor. “Hatinators and wide brim hats are my favorite to make. Hatinators are big hats but have a slimmer profile like a fascinator.” Hatinators and fascinators are two of the most popular hats in the fashion scene currently. Both hatinators and fascinators are typically fastened to the head with a band that secures the 22 Pensacola Magazine

hat around the head. Hatinators are characterized for their larger size, while fascinators on the other hand, are much smaller and traditionally worn on either the left or right side of the head, not covering the entire head. Traylor makes both styles of hats for a variety of occasions. While many of Traylor’s hats are worn to large events such as galas, fashion shows, debutant luncheons and horse races, there are plenty of local occasions to sport a hat. “Most people don’t realize how a hat can transform an ordinary outfit into an extraordinary ensemble,” said Traylor. During the Mardi Gras and wedding season many of Traylor’s clients travel to Pensacola to commission hats from her. Hats are a staple of Southern culture—worn to weddings, parades and church. Traylor’s own Southern roots are what inspired her to begin making hats. Growing up she always loved hats and wore one to church every Sunday. A hat simply topped off any outfit that she wore. “I got into millinery because I love wearing hats. To expand my hat repertoire, I decided that if I made my own hats, I could have exactly what I wanted,” said Traylor. Bold color combinations and big bows are a signature of her hats. Hats might be a fashionable accessory to most, but they can also be utilized in many ways: to cover your face from the sun, complete your outfit, accentuate your face and features and even connect one with their local culture. You can find Traylor’s hats and designs online at amyjooriginalhats.com


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A Creative Twist on Halloween Carvings When it comes to Halloween,

carving the same pumpkin designs each year can become routine. This year, save a pumpkin and carve your spooky masterpiece into a watermelon instead. Nutrient-rich watermelon can be a healthy alternative to other sweet treats full of added sugar during Halloween festivities as it’s a source of vitamins A and C as well as the antioxidant lycopene and the amino acid citrulline. Because they are made up of 92 percent water, watermelons can be an effective way to stay hydrated during trickor-treating, and creations like a Mummy or Jack O’Melon can help satisfy sweet cravings while keeping friends and family members frightfully delighted.

To get started, consider these carving tips and tricks: • To make cutting and slicing easier, the watermelon should be at room temperate when carving. • Cut a small, thin, flat piece from the bottom of the watermelon to provide a stable base for carving. • Draw the design on the watermelon rind with a dry-erase marker before cutting. If you make a mistake, this can make it easier to wipe off. • Use a sharp knife with a pointed tip for easier, cleaner cuts. Consider a paring knife with a smaller tip for ease of detail. • Blend scraps of watermelon that are too messy for dicing or slicing to create an easy juice. For more watermelon carving ideas, visit watermelon.org.

Mummy Supplies and Tools: Watermelon Cutting board Kitchen knife Dry-erase marker Paring knife Melon baller Scoop Vegetable peeler Cheesecloth or gauze Straight pin (optional) Battery-operated candle or light Small bowl Blueberries or bloody candy eyes Toothpicks, pins or glue Wash watermelon under cool running water and pat dry. On cutting board, place watermelon on its side and use kitchen knife to cut off 1/4-1/2-inch of rind from bottom to provide sturdy base, being careful not to cut too deep into white part of rind. Cut 1-2 inches from stem end to create opening for bowl to be added. Using dry-erase marker, draw eyes, nose and mouth, along with wavy slits around carving. Use paring knife to cut them out, being sure to cut through to red flesh to let more light flow through. Use melon baller to hollow out inside of watermelon. Reserve watermelon balls. Use scoop to remove remaining watermelon. Using vegetable peeler, remove green skin off outside of watermelon, similar to peeling cucumber. Wrap thin strips cheesecloth or gauze around mummy carving and secure with straight pin, if needed. Place battery-operated candle or light inside carving and fit small bowl into top of carving. Trim away excess rind to make bowl fit securely. Fill bowl with melon balls. Attach candy eyes or blueberries using a toothpicks, pins or glue.

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Jack O'Melon Supplies and Tools: Knife Round watermelon Melon baller Dry-erase marker Toothpicks (optional) Battery-operated light Using knife, cut thin slice from bottom of watermelon to provide stable base. Cut circular piece of rind from top of watermelon big enough to reach into and remove flesh. Carefully remove top section and reserve for use as “lid.� Remove flesh from inside watermelon using melon baller, reserving melon balls for snacking. Hollow out remaining watermelon flesh and use blender to juice scraps and excess juice. Using dry-erase marker, draw outlines of eyes, nose, mouth, hair, ears and other features on side of watermelon. If mistake is made with marker, wipe off using paper towel to start over. Following outlines, carve features into watermelon and remove excess rind. Safe, battery-operated light can be firmly placed inside watermelon to provide haunting glow. Place circular piece of rind back on top of watermelon.

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Crazy for Foo Foo!

by Dakota Parks

and giant Colorful umbrellas lining the sky val has made a interactive cubes—Foo Foo Festi scene. Going on its name for itself in Pensacola’s art l is a 12-day long sixth-year anniversary, Foo Foo Festiva ce in the heart of art and culture festival that takes pla ks off this year on downtown Pensacola. The festival kic far and wide for the Oct. 31 and runs until Nov. 11. Known endencia Street Umbrella Sky installation of 2017 on Int uted installations downtown, and the multi-artist contrib Foo Festival is “CUBED” and “CUBED Luminous,” Foo ation: Fire & Rain. back with a new multi-block art install

Fire & Rain will kick off Foo Foo Festival this year on October 31, lining Intendencia Street and stretching roughly 9,500 sq. ft. Dancing in the wind like a Chinese Dragon parade, the installation is made out of reflective hand-made strands of mylar and monofilament. Fire & Rain will shape-shift in the wind and reflect different colors and shadows in the rising and setting sun. Through semi-permanent and permanent installations, like Fire & Rain and various murals downtown, Foo Foo Festival attracts hundreds of visitors to the Pensacola area. Visitors come to check out the art, snap a picture or a selfie and peruse the downtown area. With more than 30 reoccurring events this year, Foo Foo Festival is just too big to highlight every event. However, here are a few events from each discipline:

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The Great Gulfcoast Arts Festival (Nov 1-4) is a threeday nationally ranked art festival set up in Seville Square. The festival has live music, life craft demonstrations and more than 200 artists displaying their artwork. Artists range from various genres: painters, potters, sculptors, jewelers, graphic artists, blacksmiths, engravers, spinners and weavers. The festival is a great way to support local (and travelling) artists and take home unique pieces of artwork. 3d Printsacola “skateable skulpture” (Nov 1). The Institute for Human and Machine Cognition and the First City Arts Center have collaborated to create 3D printed concrete “skulptures,” with augmented reality technology. The event will feature the skateable “skulptures” and a live skating demonstration by professional street skater Rodney Mullen.

Stomp Fest—2019 Invitational Step Show (Nov 2). Located in the Pensacola Bay Center, Stomp Fest features local and traveling step-dancers from various Sororities, Fraternities and organizations nationwide. The event is based off the “125-year-old African American College Fraternity and Sorority Tradition of ‘Stepping,’” explains Foo Foo Festival’s website. Stepping uses the body as an instrument for storytelling by incorporating footsteps, drill, claps, and even spoken word. The event highlights the popular dance form through collegiate competition. Pensacola Symphony Orchestra: Ohlsson Plays Brahms (Nov 2). Located in the nearly hundred-yearold historic Pensacola Saenger Theater, Garrick Ohlsson will be playing Brahms Piano Concerto No. 1, a Big Bad Voodoo Daddy will Perform at Vinyl Music Hall Nov. 4.


“With a variety of events stretching 12 days and nights, there are plenty of activities for everyone to get involved.” staple of Romanic-era compositions. Ohlsson is a nationally acclaimed pianist with guest performances in major orchestras such as the New York Philharmonic, Boston Symphony and London Philharmonic. With the acoustics and ambiance of the historic theater and Ohlsson’s prestigious years as a pianist, the performance is set to be a beautiful evening in downtown Pensacola.

Fire & Rain, temporary art installation on Intendencia St. until Nov. 11

Legal Graffiti at the Zarzaur Law Building (Nov 8-10). Spray-painting graffiti onto the brown-paper covered walls of the Zarzaur law building is a popular spot during Pensacola’s monthly Gallery Night’s. This event fundraises for the local Gulf Coast Kid’s House and features the live painting by local artists onto three canvases on the side of the building. Come out and support local charity and art.

Big Bad Voodoo Daddy (Nov 2019 Writing and Book Festival 4). Foo Foo Festival features (Nov 9). Sponsored by the dozens of music events West Florida Literary from jazz, blues, swing Foundation, the band, orchestra, Writing and Book symphonic and even Festival brings songwriting. The together published Big Bad Voodoo authors, writers, Daddy band will be Rapper/Producer and booklovers of all performing at the Mannie Fresh ages underneath one Vinyl Music Hall performs at roof. With a packed on Nov 4. The event Stompfest on event schedule, there is Nov. 2 opens with Village something for everyone. Brass, a New-Orleans style Book signings, publication advice, funk and hip-hop fused band. conference presentations, young-adult Together for 25 years, Big Bad Voodoo writing seminars and even children’s Daddy puts on high-energy jazz and storytelling hour. swing performances. A perfect way to dip into Jazz Pensacola and get your Foo Foo Festival brings together swing on! artists, musicians, writers, charities and art-lovers alike under one big Into The Breeches performed by festival. With a variety of events PenArt theater company (Nov stretching 12 days and nights, there 7-10). Playwright, George Brant wrote are plenty of activities for everyone Into The Breeches as a light-hearted to get involved. These are just a few comedy that promotes the collective events taking place this year. Come community empowerment of art—and out and celebrate Pensacola’s rich women. Set in the midst of WWII, Southern and artistic culture and with the men off to war, the women support the arts. of the theater company band together to put on an all-female production of Shakespeare’s Henry V.

Garrick Ohlsson will be playing with the Pensacola Symphony Orchestra on Nov. 2

Catch Professional Skateboarder Rodney Mullen at 3D Printsacola Nov. 1.

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Beaches to Woodlands The Beaches to Woodlands Tour is Santa Rosa County’s annual celebration of art, culture, nature and history. Celebrating its 16 anniversary, the tour curates unique local events that span multiple communities throughout the county. This month long, family-friendly celebration offers activities and entertainment for every interest—from corn mazes and haunted tours to ziplines, live music, craft fairs and much more. While not a complete list, we’ve compiled a few of our favorites. Be sure to visit getrelaxing.com for a complete list of events. Sept. 21 – Nov. 3 Holland Farms Pumpkin Patch & Maze 2055 Homer Holland Rd., Milton Monday to Saturday 8 am – 6 pm. Closed Sunday Enjoy a Farm hayride that will take you around the farm and to the pumpkin patch to pick a pumpkin of your choice. New activities for this year include the Holland Farms Mining Company and tennis ball cannons. Other activities include corn box, horse and regular swings, spider web, pirate ship, zip lines, petal tractors on racetrack, hill slides, rat racers, sand box and an 8-acre corn maze with kiddie maze. Every visitor receives a free cup of our famous homegrown boiled peanuts. For more information, visit hollandfarmsonline.com.

Sept. 28 – Nov. 3 Sonshine Family Farms Corn Mazes and Mini Golf 6270 Oglesby Road Milton Saturdays 9 am – 9 pm, Sundays 9 am – 6pm

Sonshine farms features two mazes in one with games to play inside. The farm also has a playground area with swings, slides, kiddie train ride, zip line, horse and pony rides, tether ball courts, 9-hole mini golf course, corn toss boards, picnic tables under shade trees, a concession stand with refreshments and hayrides around the farm and the pond. The fishpond will be open for fishing (Catfish and Bream). Oct. 26 will be feature the “Monster Maze” from 8pm until midnight. There will be a live band, bonfire (weather permitting), costume contest, candy and “Monsters” in the maze. For more information, visit sonshinefamilyfarms.com.

Sept. 28 – Nov 3 Sweet Season Farms Corn Maze and Fall Fun Festival 2260 Horn Rd., Milton Saturday, 9 am to 5 pm, Sunday 11 am to 5 pm,  Friday  nights  6 to 10 pm The event gives families the opportunity to enjoy a day on a working Santa Rosa

County Farm. Visitors can spend time navigating their way through an 8-acre  corn maze, playing on  over 20 types of fun farm themed activities, including  a cow train, beeline zipline, corn popper jumping pillow, hayrides, barnyard ball, farm themed playground and more. Plenty of food on site including the farm bakery, fresh squeezed lemonade, homemade caramel apples, roasted sweet corn and sno-cones. For more information, visit  sweetseasonfarms.com.

Sept. 13, 20, 27, Oct. 4, 11, 18, 25 and Nov. 1 Friday Night Bands on the Blackwater 5158 Willing Street, Milton 6 pm – 9 pm The popular concert series and Kidz Zone resumes this fall with a variety of local and regional artists performing live on the Main Stage. For more information, visit facebook.com/BandsOnTheBlackwater.

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Beaches to Woodlands Oct. 12 & 13

Oct. 5 & 6 30th Annual Jay Peanut Festival Gabbert Farm, 3604 Pine Level Church Rd., Jay 9 am – 6 pm Celebration of one of Santa Rosa’s staple crops: the peanut. This popular annual event marks its 30 year anniversary showcasing farming life past and present and gives people a chance to experience country life. The festival features more than 200 vendors from across the southeast plus a 1930s Farm Museum and 1940s John Deere dealership, food booths, games and fun.  Held in memory of Melissa Gabbert who died at age 19 of cancer. For more information, call Brenda and Gene Gabbert at (850) 675-6823.

Oct. 5, 12, 19, 26 Secrets of Santa Rosa: History and Archaeology in Your Backyard Arcadia Mill, Milton 11 am The 10 annual lecture series returns this year with free, public lectures on each Saturday in October in the Arcadia Classroom. For details, visit historicpensacola.org/explore-arcadia-mill.

Oct. 12 19th Annual Navarre Car, Truck, and Bike Show and Craft Fair Navarre High School, 8600 High School Blvd., Navarre 8 am to 4 pm More than 100 historical cars from all decades are on display in this popular event that also features music, food, vendor booths and a craft fair. For more information, visit navarrecarandbikeshow.com.

Munson Community Heritage Festival Blackwater River State Forest 9 am to 5 pm One of the most popular events on the tour is held at Krul Lake Recreation Area in Milton. Visitors learn about old-time ways through hands-on demonstrations. There is a Civil War re-enactment camp, Native American displays, wood carving, basket weaving, making corn-shuck dolls, dulcimer making, shoe cobbling, crosscut sawing, old-time circular sawmill operation, turpentining, displays by local museums and more. For more information, visit www.munsonheritagefestival.com.

Oct. 19 Sea Turtle Extravaganza 8740 Gulf Blvd., Navarre 10 am – 4 pm Participants will learn about sea turtles through games, crafts, jellyfish hat photos, costume characters and more. All outside activities are free. For more information, visit navarrebeachseaturtles.org.

Oct. 19 The Legend and Lore of the Historic Bagdad Cemetery 6800 Pooley St., Bagdad 9 am – 12 pm This free public event features costumed characters telling stories in the historic Bagdad Cemetery. Opening ceremony will begin at 9 am. Bring the family for a morning of local history and food in this historic outdoor museum. For more information, call 850-623-3288 or email ewillis104@aol.com.   

Oct. 25-26 Annual Ghost Walk Downtown Milton 6866 Caroline Street, Milton. Tours will begin at the Imogene Theatre in Milton starting at 6 pm each evening. Tours will leave approximately every 25 minutes until around 10 pm. For more information, visit santarosahistoricalsociety.com.

Oct. 26 Science Spooktacular by the Sea presented by the Navarre Beach  Marine Science Station 5 pm – 9 pm From creeps of the deep, an endangered species cemetery, to science that glows in the dark, amazing sea creatures await you. This annual fundraiser Science Spooktacular offers visitors the opportunity to explore science stations led by outstanding Santa Rosa County teachers. The family friendly event features glow in the dark science demonstrations, spine chilling dissections, haunted  beach  walk, hands-on activities, and crafts for children. For more information, visit navarresciencestation.org. 

Oct. 12-13, 19-20, 26-27 Boo at the Zoo – Trick or Treat Trail Gulf Breeze Zoo, 5701 Gulf Breeze Pkwy., Gulf Breeze. Trick-or-Treat with all your favorite animals! Boo at the Zoo offers 6 days of scare-free, daytime fun for children and their families. Join the safe zoo neighborhood of Halloween entertainment, with kid-friendly fun around every corner. Includes trick-or-treat trail with toys, treats, treasures, bounce houses, face painting, balloon animals, animal touch station and the entire zoo. For more information, visit gulfbreezezoo.org.


September – October – November: All Month Long Adventures Unlimited Fall Foliage Zipline Tours Fall is a great time to enjoy the many natural attractions at Adventures Unlimited located just north of Milton in the Blackwater River State Forest. October is a great month to absorb the changing colors through a Fall Foliage Zipline Tour. Weekend stays at the resort’s camping sites or wooded cabins are available along with the ropes challenge course, canoeing and kayaking the majestic Coldwater Creek. For more information, visit adventuresunlimited.com. Holley Hill Pottery and Art Studio Kiln Openings 7507 Buckeye Dr., Navarre 10 am to 5 pm. Open daily during the tour. Holley Hill Pottery has been making pottery in Santa Rosa County for over 39 years capturing the lifestyle, scenery and sea life of the Gulf Coast using local clays and custom glaze formulas. For more information, email martyandbrenda@gmail.com. Gulf Coast Kiln Walk Society 7507 Buckeye Dr., Navarre 10am to 5pm Kilns can be toured every weekend on the tour. Kiln Walk  has a large historical 32foot  wood fueled  anagama cave kiln and the only reconstructed wood fueled Southern Groundhog kiln from the 1940s in the state. Both historical kilns are  available to view on the tour. For more information, email martyandbrendas@gmail.com. 

To Benefit

SAVE THE DATE Tuesday, November 19 6 to 8 pm

Artel Gallery

223 Palafox Place Old Escambia County Courthouse

Health and Hope Clinic exists to help meet the needs of the uninsured and medically underserved. Health and Hope is an entirely volunteer-and donor-driven clinic established by the Pensacola Bay Baptist Association. For further information about the event and sponsorship opportunities, please send inquires to sbergosh@healthandhopeclinic.org


October 26, 2019–January 19, 2020 Witness the pride, sacrifice and humanity of those who served in Iraq and Afghanistan, in their own words.

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100 Faces of War is an exhibition organized for travel by the Smithsonian Institution Traveling Exhibition Service in collaboration with artist Matt Mitchell.


Mid-Century Magnificent By Kelly Oden • Photos by Jon Shell

While North Hill homes are often associated with the early 1900s, there are a handful of uniquely mid-century homes dotting the historic district as well. One shining example of mid-century architecture and design is 1675 N. Reus. Built in 1952, the 4,222 square foot home features four bedrooms, six baths and multiple living spaces in a horseshoe design all centered on a breathtaking courtyard. Homeowners Lisa and Jonathan Papic purchased the home in 2017 and transformed the Hollywood regency

style into a more modern and contemporary look by adding mid-century, art deco and other distinguishing touches with the help of many talented local artists, craftsmen and vendors. Flanked by majestic and gnarled live oak trees and bolstered by custom wrought iron by Kevin Marchetti of Renaissance Man, the almost modest exterior belies the jewels that wait inside. Pensacola Magazine

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Living + Dining Rooms The large living room boasts a wall of floor to ceiling windows overlooking the courtyard, a wood burning fireplace, original terrazzo floors and a Patrizia Volpato chandelier from Urban Objects. The terrazzo floors continue through to the modern dining room, simply furnished with a modern buffet and a mid-century dining table. Art by local artist Karin Gudmundson adorns the walls in both living and dining areas. Just around the corner is the music alcove with a gorgeous Steinway grand piano, a family heirloom on Jonathan's side.

Kitchen The "L" shaped kitchen with eat-in extension features the original Geneva cabinets, Arabescato Venato Italian marble counter tops, stone floors and French doors opening onto a private patio. The chef’s kitchen offers all the luxuries a modern cook needs, including a Wolf gas range with electric convection oven, a Thermador dishwasher, a Subzero refrigerator with freezer drawers, a Delta pot filler with a cast iron Kohler sink located next to range. A coffee and cocktail bar features a Kohler sink, Subzero ice maker and a large Subzero wine cooler.

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Guest Suite The spa-like guest room has a unique Sok overflow tub by Kohler, as well as a stone shower with body, hand and overhead jets combined with a Thermasol steam unit. The original wood walls and ceiling combined with a variety of unique lighting fixtures give the room an upscale bohemian feel. The guest room also opens into the courtyard and a semi private patio.

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Soaking Tub

The Sok overflow tub offers an ultra-deep and private retreat. With a continuous flow of water cascading over the sides of the basin, the Sok bath offers whole-body immersion while effervescence ports release thousands of tiny champagnelike bubbles, creating a luxurious sensory experience.

Children's Suite The children’s suite is perfect for the Papic’s growing family. The area offers two adorable bedrooms and a shared bath in a quiet and private wing of the home.

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Master Suite The generous master suite includes true his and hers bathrooms and closets, plus a private office. With marble floors and separate closets and dressing rooms this newly remodeled suite features all the modern conveniences without sacrificing the vintage appeal. The tobacco colored dresser and armoire give the left dressing area and bathroom a masculinity sensibility. The right side bathroom is a woman’s 38 Pensacola Magazine

dream bath. It features a cast iron Kohler whirlpool tub and a large dressing room complete with marble floors, glass shelving, shoe racks and fashion focused art by local artist Julie Mcgrath. A vanity area includes a burl wood and acrylic table from DUH, Kartell lighting and printed Kartell chairs from Urban Objects. There is also a private office which completes the suite.


Courtyard The couple enlisted James Martin of Gulfside Landscaping to help them transform the courtyard into an easy maintenance, stunningly beautiful centerpiece of the home. Visible from most rooms in the home via modern floor to ceiling windows, the courtyard boasts cobblestone pavers, Sylvester palm trees, a

river rock water feature and exquisite lighting in multiple intimate seating areas. Beyond the custom copper and aluminum gate designed by Kevin Marchetti, a backyard filled with a variety of citrus trees offers abundant produce and fragrant blooms.

Although the Papic’s love their magnificent mid-century home, they have decided to place this North Hill treasure on the market. If you are interested in viewing the home, contact Mary Williams of Levin Rinke Realty at 850-206-2776. Pensacola Magazine

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a fundraiser to support Council on Aging of West Florida

Oct. 25 • 5:30 pm • Skopelos at New World

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play/live/give Festival has become a treasured annual favorite, offering performances at nearly two dozen beachside bars, restaurants and other attractions. Attendees can expect to hear great music as well as the stories behind the songs while enjoying some of the best weather of the year along our spectacular beaches. For more information, visit http:// pensacolabeachsongwritersfestival.com. Skate for a Cure October 4 to 6

Pensacola Symphony Orchestra presents Opening Night

You and yours are cordially invited to the 6th annual Skate for a Cure' event. Plan for an afternoon of fun as we raise money to find a cure to breast cancer. Discounted tickets available in advance online, children 3 to 17 are $10 and adults are $15. Everyone is $20 at the door. All tickets include entry and skates and all proceeds to Making Strides Against Breast Cancer. Call 354-0059 or e-mail pensacolapinkparty@hotmail.com for more info.

October 5

The Pensacola Symphony Orchestra returns to the Saenger Theatre Oct. 5 at 7:30 pm. From the first notes of Dvorak’s spirited Carnival Overture to the last notes of Debussy’s powerful La Mer, the energy and exhilaration of Pensacola Symphony Orchestra’s Opening Night are incomparable. The orchestra explores the underwater realm in Four Sea Interludes from Britten’s opera Peter Grimes, and violinist Bella Hristova returns to the Saenger stage for Mendelssohn’s Violin Concerto, one of the most captivating violin showcases of all time. Ticket prices start at $23. For more information, visit www. pensacolasaenger.com or contact the Saenger Theatre Box office at 595-3880.

National Coffee with a Cop October 3

Join Coffee with a Cop Oct. 3, from 7 am to 8:30 am, at Coffee Guy Café. Complimentary coffee provided for all attendees. Coffee with a Cop provides a unique opportunity for community members to ask questions and learn more about the Sheriff ’s Office’s work in Escambia County. Coffee with a Cop events are great opportunities for Escambia County Deputies and community members to come together in an informal, neutral space to discuss community issues, build relationships, and drink coffee. All community members

are invited to attend Coffee with a Cop. Questions? Would you like to hold a "Coffee with a Cop" at your place of business or worship? E-mail coffeewithacop@escambiaso. com. Pensacola Beach Songwriter’s Festival October 3 to 6

Pensacola Beach will be alive with the sounds of original music performed by the folks who wrote the tunes during the first week of October. With a decade under its belt, the Pensacola Beach Songwriter’s

Spookeasy Murder Mystery Dinner Theatre October 4 and 12

PLT presents their Spookeasy Murder Mystery Dinner Theatre Oct. 4 and 12, both at 5:30 pm. Tickets are $75 and include an open bar, dinner by Culinary Productions, Oct. 4 and Four Seasons Catering, Oct. 12, dinner theatre performance by Improbable Cause Mystery Theatre on the Mainstage Theatre and your ticket to see Dracula: A Real Pain in the Neck at 7:30 pm in the M.C.Blanchard Courtroom Theatre. For more information or to buy tickets, visit www.pensacolalittletheatre.com. Zarzaur Law Santa Rosa Island Triathlon October 5

The 24th annual Zarzaur Law Santa Rosa Island Triathlon (SRITRI) will be a great sports competition for the regional triathlon community and a significant event for Pensacola Beach. An awesome Finisher's medal will be awarded to all who complete Pensacola Magazine

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play/live/give Maritime Park and are open to all ages and levels of experience. Certified instructors from Breathe Yoga and Wellness Center will provide instruction. The class is free, but you will need to BYOM (Bring Your Own Mat) and any other accessories you would like to use. Water will be provided, but you will need to bring your own bottle or container. For more information, visit www.cityofpensacola.com. Skopelos Greek Wine Dinner October 10

Join Skopelos Oct. 10 for the 3rd annual Skopelos Greek Wine Dinner! Hosted by Pensacola Celebrity Chef Gus Silivos, the evening will be filled with exceptional Greek wines paired with mouthwatering Greek cuisine, plus live Greek music. Reservations are required. The price for the evening is $75 per person (plus tax and gratuity). All guests must be 21 or older. For reservations, call 432-6565. For more information on Skopelos at New World, visit SkopelosAtNewWorld.com. 

Pensacola Greek Festival October 11 to 13

The 60th annual Pensacola Greek Festival will take place October 11 - 13, 2019 at the Annunciation Greek Orthodox Church located at 1720 West Garden Street. This three-day event draws upwards of 20,000 people from across the Southeast. Admission is always free. To learn more, visit www.pensacolagreekfestival.com. he Saenger Theatre Box office at 595-3880.

this legendary race. The destination weekend also features the Pensacola Beach Songwriters' Festival and the Sea Turtle Kids' Triathlon. Be sure to enter soon and take advantage of the low, early registration fee. To register or for more information, visit www. santarosaislandtriathlon.com. Improvable Cause Show October 5 and 25

Pensacola Little Theater will host an Improvable Cause (IC) show Oct. 5 at 10:30 pm with a special Happy Hour performance Oct. 25 at 7 pm. IC is Pensacola's only professional improv comedy troupe. Everything is created in the moment with audience suggestions, so each show is different. IC shows are edge-of-your-seat theatre where anything can happen, and usually does. For more information or to buy tickets, visit www.pensacolalittletheatre.com.

Pensacola Lionfish Classic Tournament October 6

Coast Watch Alliance is hosting the inaugural Pensacola Lionfish Classic Lionfish Tournament. Swing by and check out what the buzz is all about around lionfish. Waiver will be sent to registered participants in a separate e-mail. • Oct. 4: 7 pm, Captains’ meeting at Dive Pros • Oct. 5: Tournament Day (sunrise to sunset) • Oct. 6: Weigh-in at 8 am to 11 am at The Oar House For more information, visit Facebook.com/ PensacolaLionfishClassic. Yoga in the Park October 6

Free Yoga classes will be held the first Sunday of each month at 10 am at Community

First City Art Center Pumpkin Patch October 11 and 12

First City Art Center’s 13th annual Glass Pumpkin Patch takes place Oct. 12 from 10 am to 2 pm at 1060 N. Guillemard St., (on the corner of Guillemard and Gonzalez St.). First City Art Center is throwing a Pumpkin Patch Preview Party, from 6 pm to 9 pm, Oct. 11. Advance tickets are available online until Oct 10 at midnight – $25 non-members, $20 members. One glass or pottery pumpkin per ticket may be purchased at the Preview Party. Up to three additional pumpkins may be purchased Friday night with a $10 donation toward FCAC’s art scholarship fund. Entrance ticket does not include a pumpkin. For more information, contact 429-1222 or visit www.FirstCityArt.org. Pursue Your Passion Conference October 16 and 17

Celebrating National Business Women’s Week 2019, Powerful Women of the Gulf Coast proudly presents their Seventh Annual Pursue Your Passion Conference, bringing


and developmental disabilities and Pensacola Sports, a private 501(c)4 not-for-profit agency, focuses on education, inspiration and participation in various team, individual, amateur and professional sports. For more information, visit pensacolasports.org/ budlighttennis. Miranda Sings! October 19

The Saenger Theatre will host Miranda Sings, Oct. 19 at 7 pm. Colleen Ballinger is a multihyphenate; actor, comedian, trained vocalist, writer and executive producer. Best known for portraying her character, "Miranda Sings," a personality that is the polar opposite of Ballinger, she has amassed more than 20 million followers across social media and passed two billion views on YouTube. Ticket prices start at $39.50. For more information, visit www.pensacolasaenger.com or contact the Saenger Theatre Box office at 595-3880. Taste of the Beach October 19

A Nightmare Before Christmas October 18 to 20 and October 25 to 27

PLT will host presentation of Ballet Pensacola’s A Nightmare Before Christmas. Show times are 7:30 pm Oct. 18, 19, 25 and 26 with special showings at 2:30 pm, Oct. 20 and 27. Jack is back! Ballet Pensacola’s production of The Nightmare Before Christmas is back one last time before it goes in the vault. Join Jack, Sally, the Mayor, and the characters from Halloweentown in this epic romp showcasing Richard Steinert’s critically acclaimed production. The show is more spooky than scary and will be appropriate for children. For more information or to buy tickets, visit www.pensacolalittletheatre.com.

together nearly 200 women seeking to share their business skills in a series of speaking engagements, networking events and educational workshops. For a full schedule, to register or more information, visit Eventbrite.

setting. Ticket prices start at $30. For more information, visit www.pensacolasaenger.com or contact the Saenger Theatre Box office at 595-3880.

Black Jacket Symphony presents Prince’s Purple Rain

October 18 and 19

Bud Light Charity Challenge

October 18

The Saenger Theatre will host the Black Jacket Symphony for Prince’s Purple Rain concert. The Black Jacket Symphony offers a unique concert experience through recreating classic albums in a live performance

Pensacola Sports is excited to partner with The Lewis Bear Company to present the 15th annual Bud Light Charity Challenge Tennis Tournament. This event benefits Arc Gateway, an organization that provides the best possible life experiences for more than 800 children and adults with intellectual

The 12th annual Taste of the Beach will take place Oct. 19 at the Gulfside Pavilion on Casino Beach. Pensacola Beach chefs will spice up the food and crowds at Pensacola Beach's biggest culinary event of the year, and you're invited! For more information, visit www.tasteofpensacolabeach.com. Walk to End Alzheimer’s October 19

Held annually in more than 600 communities nationwide, Walk to End Alzheimer’s is the world’s largest event to raise awareness and funds for Alzheimer’s care, support and research. Lead the way to Alzheimer's first survivor. Sign up today at act.alz.org/ Pensacola. Registration is at 8 am, the ceremony will be at 9 am and the walk will be at 9:30 am. The walk will take place at the Community Maritime Park. For more information, contact Zachary Suggs at 4625410 ext. 8042 or zsuggs@alz.org

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Do you dare eat lunch in one of Pensacola's most haunted and one of its oldest restaurants? We will provide ghost hunting equipment, but feel free to bring your own! Audio equipment & digital cameras are allowed. Ticket includes Seville Quarter investigation and brunch. Join Second Sight Paranormal Investigations and Forensic Services for a fully equipped ghost investigation. Seville Quarter is located at 130 East Government St. For tickets visit http://www.secondsightparanormal.com or call 941-4321.

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Breast Cancer Awareness Walk October 26

Join Pensacola's 17th annual Breast Cancer Awareness Walk. The walk will begin at Community Maritime Park behind the Wahoo’s Stadium Oct. 26. Registration begins at 8 am and there will be food, entertainment, and fun for the entire family. There is an opening ceremony beginning at 8:30 am hosted by Brent Lane and Sue Straughn followed by a quick warm-up by ‘Sonshine’ and then promptly at 9am the walk will begin and conclude around 11 am. For more info or to register your team to walk go to www.makingstrideswalk.org/ Pensacolafl. Orange Beach Breeze Harvest Market October 26

The Orange Beach Breeze Harvest market is "the place" for those wanting to get an early jump on Holiday gift-buying and decorations. The 2019 Harvest Market will have vendors from across the region, exhibiting and selling fine art, holiday decorations, holiday gifts, handcrafted furniture and jewelry, stained glass, and personal care products. The event will take place in Seville Square. There will also be numerous activities throughout the day including live entertainment, children Halloween trick-or-treating, a pumpkin

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Breastival, an all day concert to benefit the Pink Pirates of Navarre, will take place Oct. 26 from noon to 9 pm. Pink Pirates is a 501c non-profit organization based in Navarre dedicated to raising awareness and funds to assist with early detection of breast cancer. This group was established to help promote awareness of the importance of regular mammograms. This is very important in the battle against breast cancer. Admission donation and 10 percent of sales go to the Pink Pirates for Mammograms to help women who can not afford them. For more information, call 378-1324. Faces of Domestic Violence Benefit Show October 26

FavorHouse of Northwest Florida will be hosting a Benefit Show featuring American Idol finalists and Domestic Violence Survivors, Wade Cota and Jess Meuse. The event concludes the organization’s 4040-40 campaign, a 40-day initiative with the goal to raise $40,000 in honor of the commencement of the nonprofit’s 40th year. The show will be held at the Jean & Paul Amos Performance Studio at 1000 College Boulevard, Oct. 26. Proceeds of the campaign will benefit the operations of FavorHouse and planning for a new shelter that will support domestic violence survivors in creating a bridge to their new beginning. For more information or questions, please contact lindsey@marketingwellplayed.com. Barktoberfest October 27

Barktoberfest is a family and pet friendly event that has activities for the whole family! On Oct. 27, 10,000 plus area animal lovers will converge on Community Maritime Park for one of Pensacola's most beloved events - Barktoberfest. Pensacola Humane Society will host animal welfare organizations from across the Gulf Coast. Attendees will see all of their favorite Pensacola rescues along with

Gulf Coast animal sanctuaries, preserves, and shelters. PHS will have the Humane Express full of adoptable animals looking for their furrever families. For more information, visit www.pensacolahumane.org/events. Ice Flyers Schedule The Pensacola Ice Flyers return for their 2019/20 season. Take to the ice to cheer on the hometeam. Any game with a ‘vs.’ will be hosted at the Pensacola Bay Center. For game updates, to buy tickets or for more information, visit www.pensacolaiceflyers. com. • October 18, 7:35 pm: vs. Roanoke Rail Yard Dawgs • October 19, 7:05 pm: vs. Roanoke Rail Yard Dawgs Vinyl Music Hall Schedule The historic Vinyl Music Hall is offering a new lineup of musicians and performers. Come check out the renovated hall and enjoy some great performances. Below are all currently scheduled shows. For more information or to purchase tickets, visit www.vinylmusichall.com. • October 5, 7 pm: Tom Petty Tribute – The Wildflowers • October 10, 7 pm: Bone Thugs-nHarmony • October 11, 7 pm: David Allan Coe with Mama Lucky • October 13, 7 pm: Iya Terra with For Peace Band and The Ries Brothers • October 16, 7 pm: The Woods Brothers with Todd Albright • October 18, 6 pm: Poppy’s Party • October 19, 7 pm: ZOSO – The Ultimate Led Zeppelin Experience • October 20, 7 pm: Tribal Seeds with New Kingston and Tropidelic • October 24, 7 pm: Sam Riggs • October 25, 7 pm: The Melvins with Redd Kross and Toshi Kasai • October 27, 7 pm: Lucero with Vandolier


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On theA Real Market Estate Section

How to Tell When you Roof Needs Repair page 52

In This Section By the Numbers: A look at August's Market Highlights page 50

Preparing for Disaster: 9 Things You can do Now page 60

Bring Nature in to Your Home page 56

Mother Nature inspires 'new neutral' home design trends Page 65

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BY The NUMBERS

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Market Highlights Sales slipped slightly from the prior month, yet were the highest on record for August since the report first appeared in 2008.

August's combined (residential & condo) DOM averaged 55, unchanged from July,

While the Median Sale Price for August fell rom July's high, at $210,000 it remained above $200,000 for the fifth consecutive month.

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How to Tell When your Roof Needs Repair Four out of five homes in the U.S. have asphalt shingles. And it's easy to see why. The wide variety of available colors and styles, combined with durability and affordability, have made asphalt shingles the leading choice for residential roofing in the country. Like all exterior building products, asphalt shingles start to age as soon as they are exposed to nature. Buildings experience aging factors differently, so it's difficult to predict how long shingles will last. With storm chasers and insurance adjusters claiming roof damage or defective shingles after major weather events, it's important for homeowners to arm themselves with information about what type of roof aging is normal, and most importantly, what type is not. What is normal? It's natural for a roof to age, and the process begins as soon as shingles are exposed to nature. The sun can raise rooftop temperatures as high as 50-70 degrees above the ambient air temperature. Ultraviolet radiation from the sun and heat have been shown to accelerate roof aging, as have pollution, hail, snow, ice, falling tree limbs and people walking it. Here are a few common signs of aging shingles: Curling is a common phenomenon in some shingles and is not considered a defect. It is natural for asphalt to age and shrink with time, which may result in a slight curling of the shingle edge. Minor cracks may also appear on the shingles as they age, but industry experts say it is a 52 On The Market

normal weathering characteristic and not cause for alarm, as long as the cracks do not penetrate through the shingle and the roof is still performing the intended purpose of shedding water. "Minor cracks may not be noticeable from the ground, but people often spot them while hanging their Christmas lights," said roofing industry expert Rick "the Roofer" Taylor, a longtime roofing contractor now working as a traveling trainer for shingle manufacturer TAMKO Building Products. "The intense heat from the sun can deplete some of the protective asphalt oils, and that can cause minor cracks." Dark brown or black streaks down the roof are common in particularly moist or humid areas of the country, and are the result of algae growth on the shingles. While not particularly attractive, these stains should not affect the shingles' ability to shed water. Some granule loss on the shingles is to be expected, especially if a roof has been recently repaired or replaced, since extra granules are a part of the shingle manufacturing process. Loose granules are usually noticed collecting in roof gutters after the shingles are installed. This type of granule shedding is common and not a cause for concern. What is cause for concern? While minor curling, surface cracking, closed blisters, algae stains and some granule loss can all be signs of normal roof aging, some

more serious roof wear and aging could be indicative of a potential problem, and should be examined and monitored. These roof issues may need attention: Blisters, or small circular raised areas, are often the direct result of under-ventilated attics or excessive use of plastic cement – both of which are installation errors. If the blisters are closed and are not affecting the shingles' performance, they are not a cause for concern. But if the blisters are open, exposing the asphalt, the roof is vulnerable to water penetration and requires immediate attention. Buckling, a distortion of the shingles, can be a possible sign of inadequate roof ventilation, issues with the roof deck or other installation errors and may require attention. Deep cracks that penetrate through the fiberglass mat should be investigated, as they may compromise the roof's ability to shed water and make it susceptible to leaks. Excessive granule loss that exposes the shingles' asphalt layer is a reason for concern and requires immediate attention. Armed with this basic information, homeowners should be able to distinguish between natural processes that are no cause for alarm and issues that do require attention and repair. Visit www.tamko.com for more information about roofing repair and replacement.


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ON THE MARKET Houseplants Living plants not only add a touch of the outdoors, but they also help clean the air inside your home. In smaller spaces, even a few pots of herbs can add a refreshing touch of nature. Sunshine and fresh air Whether it’s from windows or skylights, bringing natural light and fresh air inside can keep your space fresh and inviting. There are scientifically proven correlations between natural light exposure and mood, as well as your body’s ability to maintain its circadian rhythm. Refreshing the air in your home can help eliminate volatile organic compounds, pet dander and microparticles from cooking and cleaning.

Bring Nature Into Your Home Despite the comfort and convenience it affords, modern society is contributing to a vanishing relationship with the natural environment. However, there are plenty of ways to bring nature indoors to reap the benefits of an earthy connection inside your home. According to a survey commissioned by the Velux Group, a gap is growing between the time Americans spend outdoors and the time they’d like to spend in nature. In the United States, 63% of survey participants said they average one hour or less a week in nature, but 88% agreed they would like to spend more time. In addition, the majority of respondents said they believe nature, daylight and fresh air have a positive impact on stress levels, and most also agreed those factors have a positive impact on mental well-being. “Exposure to nature such as trees, plants and views of open spaces has been found to improve the cognitive ability to focus and read social cues,” said Arie Greenleaf, 56 On The Market

associate professor of counseling at Seattle University. “Even ADHD symptoms in children are mitigated by views of and interactions with nature in a host of different ways. Worker productivity, how people feel about the work they do and the level of engagement, improves with a view of nature.” Despite ample research demonstrating the benefits, the study revealed a common theme, with 85% of participants believing they spent more time in nature as children than children do today. That’s a trend that translates into adult habits, too. “With work and family responsibilities, we can’t always fit spending time outside into our busy schedules, effectively making us the indoor generation,” said Peter Foldbjerg, head of Daylight, Energy and Indoor Climate for The Velux Group. “One thing we can do is improve how our homes connect to nature: From houseplants and nature-inspired art to skylights and screened porches, there are a wide variety of options for creating nature connections in the place we spend most of our time – our homes.” Learn how to bring more nature into your home with these decorating and design ideas:

If your home is lacking in natural light, a skylight may be easier to add than a window, and skylights bring in twice as much light as vertical windows; their angle allows more of the sun’s rays to reach farther into the room. Some skylights, including many offered by Velux, also offer venting options that can contribute to cleaner air. Botanically inspired patterns Look to pillows, area rugs and wallpaper to incorporate patterns inspired by flowers, foliage or landscapes outside. These decorative elements can boost spirits and create a welcoming environment indoors by reflecting the outdoor world. Natural materials Sisal rugs and baskets, wood planking and stone countertops or side tables can add texture and a touch of the natural world to your interiors. Find more ideas for integrating the outdoors into your home design at whyskylights.com/ outside-in.


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Preparing For Disaster: 9 Things You Can Do Now Are you prepared if a disaster were to hit? If you aren't, making sure to prioritize this initiative for you and your family is smart. Disasters don't plan ahead, but you can. Here are nine things you can do now to ensure you are prepared: Sign up for alerts and warnings. Utilizing your mobile device or computer, you are able to download weather apps that alert you each time there is an emergency in your area. Build a personal and family plan. Communicate with your family the importance of a plan in the case of a disaster. Ready.gov has a template for you to get started, such as, practicing family drills (how to escape your home if there was a fire) and establishing a reunification point (where to meet up if you get separated).

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Touch base with neighbors. Involve your close neighbors in your family and disaster plan. Discuss the skills you may have that would help in an emergency and help one another by sharing resources and ways you can support each other. Gather supplies, also known as a go-bag, which has emergency items that could potentially save your life in an emergency. Safeguard documents. Ensure that all important and critical documents are kept safe in a waterproof and fire prevention safe. Scan or take pictures of important documents and email them to yourself for safekeeping in an email folder or in a cloud account. Documents such as your Social Security card, driver's license, medical insurance card, homeowners or rental insurance policy should be put away for safety. Participate in a preparedness class. FEMA has disaster preparation courses that are available online and in a location near you. Visit the FEMA website to find more information on these courses.

Check your insurance policy. Review your coverage and talk to your insurance provider if you have any questions beforehand. Make sure your property is safe. Check your property for any improvements that can be made to reduce potential injury or property damage. Ensure all outdoor furniture is moved to a safe area and that you take the proper precautions based on the type of weather. Be aware of fraud. Unfortunately, there are fraudsters taking advantage of disasters to prey on those in need. Some of the most common approaches include rehab scams, FEMA support scams or an increase in phishing emails. Stay aware and check out FEMA's website for more information. For more on ways you can prepare visit USAA.com/help.


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Mother Nature inspires 'new neutral' home design trends (BPT) - Many interior designers gravitate toward grays or whites as a starting point when building a home's look and feel, but a new trend is emerging. Homeowners are getting back to basics and finding ways to bring the outdoors in by using neutral earth tones as their blank slate. These wood tones have become the "new neutral" for those beginning their brandnew home design. No matter your style - modern, eclectic or anything in between - the toned-down hues of natural-looking wood surfaces are the perfect starting point for building a versatile, relaxing and high-end look in your home. It's all natural Finding inspiration from nature can create a more calming retreat in our hectic, constantly connected lives. Start with a neutral and natural palette in the home as the first step to designing your oasis. Incorporating colors found in nature can act as a reminder to disconnect and recharge in your home. Stay grounded Include a variety of textures from the ground up to transform your space and make it unique. From flooring to dĂŠcor, finding ways to pull in elements from Mother Nature will turn your home into your haven. Bring out your home's natural beauty with flooring like Lumber Liquidators' Claire Gardens Oak hardwood, which features an organic oak grain where no two boards look the same. The textured grains pair beautifully with greenery (faux or natural), and the neutral color complements a variety of earthy paint palettes.

Woodland oasis Wood is the perfect element when deciding to bring nature into your home - whether on the floor or on the walls, as an accent or as a headboard. Featuring a variety of wood elements in the dĂŠcor itself can also allow you to play with mixing different grains, colors and textures throughout the home while still maintaining a seamless overall design.

Branch out Starting with a neutral, earthy color palette means you have plenty of room to play with color - be it bold, muted or a reflection of the world around you. Include colorful accent pieces that remind you of the perfect fall foliage, a day at the beach or spring's first blooms. Natural inspiration provides a world of possibilities.

Light and airy To make small spaces feel more open, be sure to accentuate natural light by incorporating mirrors. Try and keep your space clear of clutter and add natural foliage and plants to improve air quality and mood. Installing long, wide planks of flooring will also make your room feel larger. On the Market 65


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