Afternoon Saturday Azalea Festival 2018-03-10

Come on down and look over the pictures of the Withlacoochee, Alapaha, and Suwannee Rivers Gretchen printed. WWALS will be at Azalea Festival again today.

Shirley, Gretchen, pictures are a hit, Volunteers

Where: Drexel Park, north of E. Brookwood Drive, between North Patterson Street and Williams Street
30.846771, -83.285066
(across Patterson from VSU)
That’s on One Mile Branch, which flows into Sugar Creek, then the Withlacoochee River, the Suwannee, to the Gulf.

WWALS booth: First thing you see coming in the main entrance from Slater Street.

Slater St @ Brookwood Dr, Tent

New tent, Tent
New tent, Tent

Froggie toss game, Tent
Froggie toss game, Tent

Radio: Thanks to Wes James of 92.9 FM for interviewing WWALS member Bobby McKenzie on the radio yesterday.

When: 9AM – 5PM Sunday March 11, 2018

Event: facebook, meetup

Free: Yes, it’s free to get in.

Parking: VSU doesn’t ticket on weekends for their University Center Parking Lot on North Patterson Street just south across E. Brookwood Drive from Drexel Park.

Visible from Slater Street, Volunteers
WWALS tent visible from Slater Street.

Details: See previous post.

One Mile Branch: I was thinking of bringing a kayak this afternoon. One Mile Branch still seems a tad low, but if it rains….

 -jsq, John S. Quarterman, Suwannee RIVERKEEPER®

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