|Look at me, aren’t I so handsome? My Mom thinks so, she picks me up and kisses my head and tells me everyday just how cute I am! Anyway, many of the snowbirds have left because Easter is over and town isn’t quite so busy. That being the case, there’s still always stuff going on here. You might say tomorrow night has gone to the dogs.
“Book Signing for Florida Keys SPCA”, Fri April 13 at 1100 Flagler Ave, 6pm. I know my parents are going because she heard about it from Aunt Kimberley last week. (Kyla and I aren’t allowed to call her Bitchin’Kimberley so we’re probably going to get into trouble for keying it).
From the Florida Keys SPCA website:
More exciting news: Hy Conrad & Jeff Johnson’s new book, Things Your Dog Doesn’t Want You to Know, has been dedicated to… drum roll, please… “the Florida Keys SPCA and open door shelters everywhere.” We are very proud and our tails are wagging. The book is funny, witty and beautifully produced.Steve Martin said, “I laughed, my dog howled.”
At 6 pm on Friday, April 13th, Hy and Jeff are having a book signing party at 1100 Flagler Avenue. A $20 donation to the FKSPCA includes a signed copy of their book plus wine, with appetizers provided by Christopher Rounds and Antonia’s Restaurant. Books donated by Hy & Jeff.
“Final Week of ‘Match’ at Red Barn Theatre“, including a matinee Sat, Apr 14 2pm. Watch our talented local actors in this “dramedy” that has been winning rave reviews all over Key West! See what happens when an eccentric elderly performer gets a visit from a couple who want to interview him about his life. You may also purchase tickets by calling the box office, 305.296.9911 between 1-6pm.
“1969”, Fri Apr 13 at 8pm & Sat Apr 14 at 3pm and 8pm at the Waterfront Playhouse with the Key West Contemporary Dance Co. My Mom was alive in 1969 (we’re REALLY gonna get dog treats withheld for this one!) and she remembers the cool music, the crazy clothes, and the politics of the era. Why not dance down memory lane and enjoy the show? In addition to the Waterfront Playhouse, you may also purchase tickets at 305.294.5015. Adult non-senior, non-student tickets are $25 for the matinee and $40 for the evening performances.
“World Sailfish Tournament Concert Mallory Square”, Tues Apr 17 at 6:45pm. Howard Livingston performs a free concert! Any questions? In addition, the actual tournament is neat, too! Our Dad fishes it every year and one day, he’ll win it so we can eat kobe steak every night! For information on the World Sailfish Tournament, click here.
Let us leave you with this…
Penn & Kyla