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Come out Sunday afternoon to enjoy the live country/bluegrass/classic rock music performed by the Evans Brothers Band, sip on a beverage (maybe even a cold beer), munch on some great food from Gene’s Seafood, and get ready for the 4 Prize Drawings and Awards Ceremony at 5:00!
Be sure to take a look at the leaderboards and browse through the vendor booths. There will be a 50/50 Raffle to benefit the St. Johns River Alliance and the Tornados truck will be on site with free samples. You’ll also have an opportunity to see boats on display.
The Evans Brothers have been playing music in and around the Jacksonville, FL area for the last four years. Growing up in a musical family gave The Evans Brothers a strong rooted foundation for the musical road they travel down today. Mixing traditional country songs with bluegrass, classic rock, and a whole catalog of original music, The Evans Brothers are sure to please any crowd.
The Evans Brothers frontman, Jason Evans has been all around the country opening up for acts like Randy Travis, Jason Sellars, Sounds of The Desert, and has also been fortunate enough to write with some of the industry’s greatest songwriters. “Making the move to Nashville was a great experience for me," says Jason. “Meeting and working with people like Ann Wilson of AWMG and country superstar Jake Owen has been absolutely amazing!"
Jason has since teamed up with his brother Matt Evans to form The Evans Brothers Band. "It has been great working with my brother. When we were kids we would go to these bluegrass festivals with our dad’s band, The Heart of Dixie Bluegrass Band, and stay all weekend. Our dad would have us practicing our harmony all the way there and then we would perform a couple of songs on stage. We were known as The Heart of Dixie Little Bits. Being around the Bluegrass circuit we were also able to meet many of the greats such as Vassar Clements, Chubby Wise and more."
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Bring Your KIDS to the Fishing Rodeo
In conjunction with the fishing rodeo, Anglers for Conservation, GATE, Coastal Angler Magazine and the Southern
Kingfish Association will host Hook Kids on Fishing from 9-11 a.m. on Saturday, June 8. To be held at
Metropolitan Park Marina, children ages 6 to 16 may participate in clinics on casting, conservation, safety, knot
tying, catch and release tactics, and more. The first 70 participants will receive a free rod, reel and tackle box
courtesy of Anglers for Conservation. Children must be accompanied by a parent/guardian at the event.
The event will be from 9-11am (kids and parents should show up no later than 8:30am) There will be clinics for kids on casting, conservation, fishing safety, knot tying, catch and
release tactics and more.
Professional guides and knowledgeable anglers from across Florida will work with the children in a safe, hands-on learning experience.
YOU MUST REGISTER. The clinic is free and open to the public but enrollment is limited and advance registration is required.
Registration will be open until May 31, 2013 or until clinic capacity is full. To register a child for the event, please
contact Ken Yarborough at (904) 461-6773 or Danny Patrick at (904) 742-4696.
Anglers for Conservation is a 501(c) (3) rated non-profit organization based in Satellite Beach, Florida. Founded in 2007, the AFC’s mission is to create a new generation of coastal
stewards using community-based angling education, habitat restoration and applied conservation science. Through funding from individual donors and grants from foundations and the
government, the AFC will offer its programs to various aspects of the general public and the community. For more information,
visit the website www.anglersforconservation.org, or call 1-321-777-2030.