Flagler Beach Historical Museum Celebrates 20th Anniversary with Museum Moondance Fundraiser
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PALM COAST, Fla. - Floridant -- The Flagler Beach Historical Museum's Board of Directors are pleased to invite the public to help celebrate the Museum's 20th Anniversary at their 'Moondance' fundraiser on September 16 from 5:30 p.m. until 8:30.p.m. The event will be held at Beachfront Grill, located at 2444 S Ocean Shore Blvd., Flagler Beach.

"We are so excited to be celebrating 20 years of bringing the history of our area to residents and tourists alike," said Museum Director Kathy Wilcox. "We are also offering attendees the opportunity to own a piece of Flagler Beach history by participating in our live auction of the F-L-A-G-L-E-R  B-E-A-C-H letters recently replaced at the Flagler Beach Historical Pier's A-frame," Kathy added.

Guests will enjoy hors d'oeuvres, cocktails, dessert, and entertainment by Rob Ellis Peck & the Matanzas Allstars, all under the moon. Tickets* are $40 per person or two for $75 and can be purchased online at https://flaglerbeachmuseum.org/, or by calling the Museum at 386-517-2025, or by stopping by the Museum at 207 S Central Ave., Flagler Beach.

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The Flagler Beach Historical Museum is located at 207 South Central Ave., in Flagler Beach, Fla. The museum is open Monday through Sunday, 10:00 a.m. until 4:00 p.m., or stop by the first Friday of each month when the Museum remain open extended hours to celebrate Flagler Beach's First Friday featuring music, games, food, and fun in Veterans Park, just steps away from the museum doors. They can be reached at 386-517-2025, or online at https://flaglerbeachmuseum.org/.

*Refund Policy: In the event inclement weather or other acts of God prohibits the fundraiser, no refunds will be issued and a rain date will be announced later for a suitable date.

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