So much to do, so much to see, and the weather is perfect so much of the time. We are starting this site to enrich your senses with Alachua County Florida. We will share links, Pictures, and tons of information to make a stay here worth the while.
So check back often for pictures and links and information, to make your stay worth the stay !
Alachua County is a county located in the U.S. state of Florida. As of the 2010 United States Census, the population of the county is 247,336. Alachua County is the home of the University of Florida and is also known for its diverse culture, local music, and artisans. Much of its economy revolves around the university. (Wikapedia)
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The 64th Annual Chiefland Watermelon Festival is Saturday June 2nd !
Stop out in Chiefland and enjoy! 8 AM to 3 PM
Are you prepared? The County has a CERT program (Community Emergency Response Team) that will help insure you are prepared in the event of a hurricane, or other natural event, as well as man-made. Think about getting involved for your family, and your community to assist.
Prepare items if you need to stay in your home
Prepare items if you need to seek shelter at one of Alachua’s Approved Shelters in your Community.
Clay Electric Cooperative Inc.s July 2014 issue of “Kilowatt” has an issue FULL of tips.
Helpful Websites in the event of a hurricane or other local disaster
Florida Division of Emergency Management: http://floridadisaster.org
The National Weather Service: http://Nws.NOAA.gov
The Federal Emergency Management Agency: http://FEMA.gov
The Weather Channel :: http://weather.com
The Red Cross: http://RedCross.org
March 27th take part in the Alachua Lions Club 75th Annual Cattleman’s Banquet. It is at 7 PM . Call Gib Coerper to RSVP. 352-318-0322
February 13, 2014
Downtown City of Alachua
What a nice surprise added to the Downtown Cuisine!
For an appetizer we tried the Shrimp and Grits. An awesome combination with a unique sauce and grits with not the usual texture.
For Dinner the Rib Eye Steak was cooked to perfection, and tastefully marbled and tender. The side of glazed baby carrots had a light taste. The glaze did not overpower the carrots and the carrots tasted fresh. Also with that were potatoes, great tasting and all American Style.
The side salad had a nice flavoring and mix, while the key Lime Dessert and coffee had me filled over my ears with simply great tasting food. Prices were moderate, plates large in size and definitely worth it. The shrimp and grits appetizer could make a meal in it’s self!