Ryan Marcell / Green Fin Paddle Co.
No long drives in traffic to start your adventure (unless you want to). Choose from a large selection of our favorite launch points all over the Emerald Coast, Choctawhatchee Bay, rivers, bayous, or dune lakes. If you’re staying Gulf-front, we’ll come to you!
Your Green Fin guide will be photographing your entire excursion. After your tour, your photos are made available to you digitally at no additional cost. No watermarks, they’re YOURS!
A Home Run
When looking for fun things to do on vacation, families often struggle to find common ground. Our SUP tours have something for everybody, so the entire crew can come together and create memories that will last a lifetime.
Green Fin Paddle Company’s tours are a unique experience (no matter your skill level) for everyone to enjoy. You’ll get to stand-up paddle board at any of our beautiful locations on the Emerald Coast. Whether you choose to adventure the bayous, Bay, or Gulf you’ll have an experience you’re entire group will remember forever. We’ll even supply you with the photos taken by your guide of your one of a kind excursion.
Inexperienced? No problem! We’ll teach you what you need to know and as always, guide you along the way.
If you’re looking for something a bit different and exciting, or need to decompress while peacefully connecting with nature, a Green Fin paddle tour is just the adventure you need!
This is the time we meet to begin our tour. We recommend arriving a little early, in case there is confusion on where to park and where to go. If our launch point has public restrooms (most do), this is last call to use it! Your guide will be in touch with you well before the day of your excursion to go over where we will specifically gather at first, as it is unique to each location. Do not bring valuables to the launch point. There is usually not a secure place to leave them. We advise that aside from your flip flops, you show up with only what you plan to take on the water.
We will issue boards, paddles, leashes, and PFDs to everybody, and will gather at the waters edge to go over safety procedures and current water/weather conditions, discuss the plan for our tour, and do a quick gear check. We’ll address any questions you may have and give some pointers for rookie paddlers, then we’ll hit the water!
This is the time we hit the water. For sunrise paddles it’s about 30 minutes before the sun appears, right at first light. For sunset paddles its about an hour before the sun begins to set.
We’ll cruise around for a while exploring and learning about the area, and settle into a good spot to hang out for a while while the sun does its thing. Then we’ll begin heading back, keeping an eye out for dolphins, turtles, fish, and any other cool things we can find!
Landing, and Post-Tour
Except for our multi-day tours, we’ll always land at the same place we launched from. We’ll gather up the equipment, and double check that we have accurate contact info for the head of your group. You see, we’ve been taking tons of pictures this whole time, and will be uploading them to Google Photos within the next 24 hours. We’ll send you a link to access them, which you are free to disburse to anyone you wish. The photos are yours, so you can download them, edit them, print them, and anything else you want to do with them. The only editing we’ll do before posting them is to delete the ones that are obviously garbage, and occasionally straighten an image. We take a TON of photos while we’re out there, so there are always plenty for the album.
At that point, your tour will be complete! We may follow up with a request for a review, and will hope that you enjoyed yourselves enough to tell a friend!
Pensacola Little Theatre
Kathy Holsworth, Artistic Director
(850) 432-2042 ext. 102
Pensacola Little Theatre has been providing live theatrical events to Pensacola for nearly 80 years. Our organization was formed in 1926 by a group of individuals at the San Carlos Hotel. The organization performed dramatic theatre for three years before the Great Depression. In 1936, after a period of “dark years,” the organization was reestablished through the Works Progress Administration (WPA), which created theatre companies across the country as part of the federal government’s recovery program after the Great Depression. Called the Civic Drama Players in the beginning, the organization was incorporated one year later as Pensacola Little Theatre, Inc.
PLT’s early performances were held in the old Chamber of Commerce auditorium and later at Pensacola High School. By 1949, the Board of Directors developed a plan for a home that Pensacola Little Theatre could call its own. In January of 1952, the first show opened in the Quonset, and our all-volunteer productions continued there through the 1970s.
Spring 2018 Classes
Pensacola Little Theatre takes pride in offering a wide selection of educational opportunities,
available to people of all ages, backgrounds, and experience levels.
► Broadway Babies
(Ages 4-7)Every actor starts somewhere and for our smallest actors, this is the class! Designed to provide small children with a creative outlet, Broadway Babies seeks to instill children with acting fundamentals (listening, following directions, focus) and develop cooperative “play” that will allow them to become solid performers later in life. This class is repeatable up to age 7.
S3: Wed, 4-5pm, Mar 14 – May 9
S4: Thur, 4-5pm, Mar 15 – May 10
Spring 2018 Workshops
Our Workshop series for the Spring Semester is full of opportunities for those interested in getting involved in the theatre arts!
All Workshops conducted by PLT Education Director, Jay Bixler
► AUDITION! Getting the Part
One-day Workshop Dates:
Sat, Mar 31, 1:30-4pm
► IMPROV! Building Communication Through Improvisation
One-day Workshop Dates:
Sun, Mar 11, 3:30 -5:30pm
Sun, Apr 8, 3:30-5:30pm