Katrina A. Boler

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Commodore Ralph Munroe's Boathouse in early morning sun overlooking Biscayne Bay

February in the Grove and It’s absolutely beautiful in the park right now during our "mid-winter" season, have a seat in one of the rocking chairs on the front porch and relax as bit and enjoy nature before you. 

We're also in the middle of our varied event season. Saturday, February 10, brings our next Barnacle under Moonlight where featuring an encore performance by Keith Johns. On Sunday, Febraury 18, join The Barnacle Society for a members-only screening of Arsenic and Old Lace. Not yet a member? Join on the spot and bring three friends with you as each membership allows for four free tickets to this event. Friday, February 23, kicks of our Washington's Birthday Regatta weekend with Summer & Ken Gill playing the Regatta Moonlight Concert.  Saturday, February 24 is filled from start to finish with activity as The Barnacle Society and The Barnacle Historic State Park host our 22nd commemoration of the original begun in 1887 by Commodore Ralph Munroe and friends.

Each Monday and Wednesday at 6:30 p.m. Yoga by the Sea offers restorative yoga in a natural setting, free from pesticides, traffic exhaust fumes, and bustle from modern life. Participants are invited to breathe and stretch on the grassy lawn beneath the open skies. Set your intentions to begin a tranquil practice with us here.

In the meantime, if you're looking for a special gift for the sailor or history lover in your life, new items are arriving often, so be sure to check out The Barnacle Society's gift shop housed in the 1927 Carriage House on the grounds of The Barnacle.  There truly is something for everyone at The Barnacle.  So ~ see you at The Park!