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Weekends on the Coast
An event this weekend at Buffalo Wild Wings.
On Saturday, the restaurant will be collecting bottles of its signature sauces to send to troops in Afghanistan.
Also, 50 cents of each purchase will be donated to the Boys and Girls Club.
It's a great opportunity to support our country's military and help local kids, all while having a good time at B-Dubs.
Organizers are busy putting the final touches on the 2013 Emerald Coast Beer Festival.
It kicks off tomorrow night at six o'clock.
It is taking place at Seville Quarter in Downtown Pensacola.
46 breweries and homebrewers will be set up for tastings until 8 pm.
In addition there will be live music and vendors.
Festival tickets are 30 dollars.
Proceeds will benefit Big Brothers-Big Sisters of Northwest Florida and the Seville Rotary.
Tickets can be purchased at Seville the night of the event.
For more details visit Emerald Coast Beer Fest.com
The "Lullabies and Mudpies" consignment event is underway right now in Escambia County.
Lots of gently used items are available at the Hadji Shrine Temple on 9 Mile Road.
Organizers say you can find a little bit of everything for the little ones in your home, at a big discount.
The event will be open to the public until 7pm tonight. And from 10 am until 7 pm both Saturday and Sunday.
Tonight is your chance to meet a local semi-pro football team.
The Pensacola Jets are having a meet and greet event at Buffalo Wild Wings tonight at 6:30. You can get to know the players and their dancers, and take pictures with them.
The Jets will kickoff their season this Saturday in Jacksonville, and then have home games on the 14th and 21st.
They play at the Brent Athletic Park. Aside from playing football, the jets are also involved in several community programs and events for local charities.
Go wild this weekend at the Wildlife Sanctuary of Northwest Florida.
"Wildfest" is one of the sanctuary's annual fundraisers and supply drives.
It's going on Saturday at the sanctuary on North "S" Street in Pensacola.
You can tour the facility, get up close to all the animals, play games and hear live music from noon until 3:30.
The sanctuary is home to dozens of injured or orphaned wildlife.
If you can't go to the event, but still want to donate they are always in need of items like:
Tissues & paper towels.
Fresh fruit & veggies.
Pecans or peanuts.
And peanut butter.