Do you know all things Gulfport? Surprise yourself with the Gulfport Historical Society on a stroll through local history. The tour examines the creation of this small seaside hamlet; the tour guides — all Gulfport locals with a penchant for history and storytelling — share the town’s history and stories with the group. Start with […]
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Following Robin William’s very Florida, very gay, very Miami-esque, film -the one a little birdie told you about – Matthew McGee, Community Outreach Director at FreeFall Theatre Company for a discussion on the movie and culture. Over mimosas and blood marys, McGee will go into spunky detail about how the LGBTQ community and drag performers […]
Join the Gulfport Historical Society for the opening event in the Florida Film Summer Series; first up, a gay cabaret owner and his drag queen companion. This is a classic Miami film centered around Robin Williams and Nathan Lane pretending to be a straight couple to appease conservative parental agendas. Bring your own chairs and […]
Get your tennis shoes ready, history buffs. The Gulfport Historical Society will be leading a walking tour through the history of Gulfport, musing over the tales, artifacts and history of the town. Meet the tour guides at the Gulfport History Museum and become immersed with the secrets of this Pinellas County gem. –AB Photo courtesy […]
Back to back with the first ever Gulfport Historical Society’s Florida Summer Cinema screening, this is a brunch discussion about all things Hoot. In between bloody marys and mimosas crafted by Gulfport chef Morgan Banno, attendees will enjoy a presentation about Florida raptors by Andrea Andersen, Nature Preserve Supervisor at St. Pete’s Boyd Hill Nature […]
Looking for something you saw in the paper this week? Take a look at the announcements from the June 3 issue of the Gabber.
Gulfport Kiwanis to stage the city’s first-ever Juneteenth Celebration, the Gulfport Arts Center and Creative Pinellas will bring SPACEcraft to Clymer Park, and city manager Jim O’Reilly’s trying to get the city’s annual Fourth of July celebration back on track.
From Gulfport and St. Pete Pride, Fourth of July fireworks, summer movies and Geckofest – there’s tons to do this summer. Get your COVID shot and get out there!
It’s been a heck of a year, but Gulfport Historical Society is thrilled to announce its grand reopening with a night of outdoor family fun. Take over the lawn of the Gulfport Historical Museum with live music from The Tortugas, lawn games, and food. Come celebrate with us and see what’s happening next year around […]
Looking for something you saw in the paper this week? Take a look at the announcements from the May 20 issue of the Gabber.
Stay connected, Gulfport. The Gulfport Historical Society is hosting its annual community meeting. Agenda items include reports from the Gulfport Historical Society’s president and treasurer, a vote on revised bylaws for the Society, and a presentation of plans for 2021. Anyone may attend, but only members in good standing may vote and contribute at the […]
Calling all superheroes! The Gulfport Historical Society’s first porch party since the pandemic took hold celebrates Gulfport’s wonderful spirit of civic pride and the everyday heroes who give so much to this town. In recognition of our theme, we invite everyone to come dressed as their favorite superheroes and superheroines! And don’t forget your mask! We also encourage you to bring your own picnic supper, or check out our event website for some order-ahead grab-and-go options we can provide on site!