December 2020

Found 10 blog entries for December 2020.

Let it be known, Team Niceville HAS THROWN DOWN THE GAUNTLET.  Last week, the Premier Niceville office challenged themselves to raise $2,500 to support The Twin Cities Pavilion and Plew Elementary School in Niceville.  True to form, they exceeded their goal and raised over $3,400 and Premier matched $2,500 for a total of $5,400.  We are off to a great start, thank you team Niceville!

 A special shout-out to Mary Gianelloni for her leadership of the Niceville efforts and to Tim and Anne Williams for highlighting the PWUMC.  Mary G, Tim and Anne, your quiet dedication and constant drive to positively impact the communities you live and work in is inspiring to us all.  

 

 

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Bluewater Bay Marina is hosting its 2020 Santa Paddle Parade on Saturday, December 19, 2020.

All paddlers are welcome; if you can paddle it, bring it! Paddle on a stand-up paddle board, canoe, kayak, paddle boat, or surf skis.

The 3rd Annual Santa Paddle Parade will begin at 12 p.m. with a group photo. Immediately following the photo, the group of Santa Clauses will leave BWB Marina and paddle East to Rocky Bayou Bridge, North to North Shore of Rocky Bayou and back to Marina.

The parade route may be adjusted due to wind and weather.

Registration is $30. The first 75 to register will receive a Santa suit to wear during the paddle.

Proceeds for the event will benefit Sharing and Caring of Niceville.

For more information Click Here!

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Raiders Landing is a new community coming soon to Niceville!

Located in Okaloosa County and voted one of the best places to live in Florida, Niceville is a town in Florida with a population of around 15,000. Living in Niceville offers residents a sparse suburban feel and most residents own their homes. Many families and young professionals live in Niceville and residents tend to lean conservative. The public schools in Niceville are highly rated.
 
Nestled comfortably along the shores of Choctawhatchee Bay in Florida’s panhandle, this friendly town is a paradise for people of all ages and interests. The size, warmth and sincerity of the community are apparent throughout the city. Couple that with an endless variety of indoor and outdoor recreation

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Harbor Docks Seafood Market has announced the launch of the e-commerce website, GulfToTable.com. With this launch, they now have the ability to ship fish from the Gulf of Mexico to customers around the country.

“Our passion is to combine the resources of the gulf and the commercial fishermen in our area with the ability to ship this increasingly rare product throughout the United States,” said Charles Morgan, owner of Harbor Docks Seafood Market. “90% of the seafood served in Florida, is imported. Ours is not. We only ship authentic, Gulf seafood."

Gulf To Table has worked with the best local fishermen in our area for more than 40 years. According to the seafood market, their staff meets the boats at the dock and procures the best seafood available.

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Five restaurants in South Walton County have been recognized in the Golden Spoon Awards this year.

The awards have been issued by Florida Trend Magazine for 50 years. It began as a guide to help travelers find dining experiences around the state that were a cut above.

Nowadays, the awards feature the classic Golden Spoon, which recognizes outstanding fine-dining restaurants that have demonstrated consistency in high standards and longevity, as well as a Golden Spoon Hall of Fame for repeat winners and a "Best New Restaurants" category for up-and-coming eateries.

South Walton boasted winners in all three categories: two Golden Spoons awardees, two hall-of-famers and one on the "Best New Restaurants" list.

Here are the local winners and what

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4:00 PM New year's Eve Dinner & Party @ Old Florida Fish House

5:00 PM New Year's Eve @ FOOW - Fish Out of Water

5:00 PM New Year's Eve @ Old Florida Fish House

5:00 PM New Year's Eve Dinner @ Havana Beach Bar & Grill

6:00 PM Christmas Dinner w/ David Seering Trio & Jamah Terry @ Pescado Seafood Grill & Rooftop Bar

6:00 PM Jamah Terry @ The Courtyard at Pescado

6:00 PM New Year's Eve Dinner - Three Seatings @ George's at Alys Beach

6:00 PM New Years Eve celebration @ The Hub

7:00 PM Ladies Night with Will Thompson Band @ Louis Louis

8:00 PM Karaoke Thursdays w/ Tim & Rusty @ AJ's Grayton Beach

8:00 PM New Yea's Eve Dinner Cruise aboard SOLARIS @ SunQuest Cruises

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The 30A Company will open its first 30A Beach Happy Café in the WaterColor community in Spring 2021. The new casual dining and retail concept will be located in WaterColor Town Center, directly on the south side of Scenic Highway 30-A.

“Almost every local and visitor routinely passes through that intersection, and thousands of people walk by it on their way to the beach and the newly expanded WaterColor Beach Club,” said Mike Ragsdale, 30A’s Founder & CEO. “We couldn’t have asked for a better place to create 30A’s first Beach Happy Café.”

Ragsdale said the café is owned and operated by Walton County locals and restaurant veterans, Chris Kramolis and Eric Jenrich. Jenrich founded Tropical Smoothie Café, which now has 900 locations

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Homes for Sale Are Rapidly Disappearing | MyKCM

Through all the challenges of 2020, the real estate market has done very well, and purchasers are continuing to take advantage of historically low mortgage rates. Realtor Magazine just explained:

“While winter may be typically a slow season in real estate, economists predict it isn’t likely to happen this year…Low inventories combined with high demand due to record-low mortgage rates is sending buyers to the market in a flurry.”

However, one challenge for the housing industry heading into this winter is the dwindling number of homes available for sale. Lawrence Yun, Chief Economist for the National Association of Realtors (NAR), recently said:

"There is no shortage of hopeful, potential buyers, but inventory is historically low.”

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How Remote Work Can Power Your Vacation Home Sale

How Remote Work Can Power Your Vacation Home Sale | MyKCM

This year, the opportunity to work remotely has increased the demand for vacation homes. Gay Cororaton, Senior Economist and Director of Housing and Commercial Research at the National Association of Realtors (NAR), notes:

“Working from home is a positive factor in demand for vacation homes.”

Buyers are taking advantage of the fact that working from home might be someplace other than their primary residence – at the beach, in the mountains, or somewhere in between. NAR explains:

Sales in vacation-home counties increased 48% on average year over year in the third quarter; overall, 81% of vacation-home counties saw a year-over-year sales increase.”

Is it Time to Sell Your

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