Wednesday Jan 17 @ 9:00 AM
Food Pantry
Holy Cross Episcopal Church – Good Nutritious Food
    Wednesday Jan 17 @ 11:00 AM
Cooking with Kids Workshop
Ever'man Cooperative Grocery & Cafe – Join us for a workshop that includes some fun recipes and great activity ideas to get your child involved with cooking. We will also cover how basic literacy, math, and science skills can be practiced in a joint cooking project. Cost: Complimentary. Hosted with Parent to Parent, Panhandle Florida Chapter. Space is limited, please register today to ensure a spot for you and your family!
    Wednesday Jan 17 - Feb 7 @ 6:00 PM
Inquirer's Class
Holy Cross Episcopal Church – All Adults Are Welcome with Rev. Rob Dixon and Rev. Dr. Glenn Rohrer
    Wednesday Jan 17 @ 7:00 PM
Forever Be Sure
Pine Forest Estates Baptist Church – The efforts of Forever Be Sure intend to glorify God by composing, arranging, and performing message-based music with fresh, appropriate sounds that help God’s people accurately and passionately worship our Creator and Savior, Jesus Christ. Our aim and desire is to help fill an increasing void as we provide tasteful music that will spark a connection with the generation of saints in our era. For more detail about the group click
    Wednesday Jan 17 @ 9:00 PM
Marbin at The Handlebar (Pensacola FL)
The Handlebar – MARBIN is a progressive jazz-rock band based in Chicago, IL, with a unique story that stands out in today's music world. With a do-it-yourself approach, Marbin started touring extensively in 2011, bringing their original instrumental music to every part of the United States. Through word of mouth, Marbin has gained the attention of thousands of devoted fans all over the world, and has sold tens of thousands of albums. Marbin has released six albums: Marbin (2009), Breaking the Cycle (2011), Last Chapter of Dreaming (2013), The Third Set (2014), Aggressive Hippies (2015), and Goatman and the House of the Dead (2016). Marbin regularly plays in clubs all over the US and in jam and jazz festivals around the world. To see Marbin playing live please visit: Facebook: YouTube: Local Support: Morn Mongata Man made Machines
    Thursday Jan 18 @ 6:30 PM
Coaches Meeting
Myrtle Grove Ball Park
    Thursday Jan 18 - May 17 @ 7:00 PM
Third Thursday Inspirations
Ever'man Cooperative Grocery & Cafe – A variety of alternatives for healing of the body, mind and spirit. Topics and activities vary monthly. January: Archangel Meditation. Feb: Intro to Energy Healing. Sponsored by The Center for Pranic Healing and Wellness, Inc. Free. Love Donations gratefully accepted.
    Thursday Jan 18 @ 7:30 PM
Lyra: Bendy Workshop with Ashlyn
URU Yoga and Beyond – Join Ashlyn as she leads an all levels workshop focusing on "bendy" shapes for lyra. All fitness levels are welcome, but this workshop will focus on safe flexibility for the aerial hoop. Lyra, while beautiful, can be more intense than silks. It is not suitable for students with major injuries, past or present. Please post in the discussion or contact Ashlyn with any questions : Thursday January 18th, 2018 URU Tippin 7:30pm-8:45pm $15 for everyone non-refundable only 10 spots available Thank you! Preregistration is required. Registration is thru the mind body connect app or via our website, both under the "events" tab. Will post when registration is open online.
    Friday Jan 19 @ 5:00 PM
Let’s Go – KNO! (Kids Night Out) January
St. Luke United Methodist Church – What: Games, Movie, Fun! When: Friday, January 19, 5 – 10 PM Who: Ages 6 weeks – 11 years Where: St. Luke Fellowship Hall, Youth Center & Playground Why: To have fun AND raise money for Peru Missions! Cost: $25 for first child, $40 for 2 siblings, $50 for 3 siblings, $60 for 4 siblings Included: Supper & Snack Have a BLAST playing outside, watching a movie, and MORE! Kids Night Out is being provided and supervised by the St. Luke Peru Mission Team, and all proceeds will go to Peru Missions. To register, contact Esther at 477-3145, or at Walk-ins are welcome. Payment is due the night of the event. Debit and Credit cards accepted!
    Saturday Jan 20 @ 9:00 AM
Big Earl's 1/2K Two Man Relay
Flora-Bama Lounge & Package – Big Earl's 1/2K Two Man Relay Each team will consist of two people and will provide their own creative baton to be handed off between team members. Free Doughnuts The cash Bloody Mary & Mimosa bar opens at 9:00 a.m. Race begins at 10:00 a.m. All proceeds will benefit a local charity. Awards will be given in the following categories: Race First Place Race Last Place Best Costume Best Baton Best Team Name Course: The race will start at the Flora-Bama beach and proceed into Orange Beach 1/4K. The 2nd team member will wait at the 1/4K marker for the baton hand-off from their teammate, then return 1/4K to the Flora-Bama.
    Saturday Jan 20 @ 12:00 PM
Introduction to Herbal Medicine
Ever'man Cooperative Grocery & Cafe – What is the difference between an infusion and a decoction? Come learn how to use inexpensive bulk herbs to cure your families’ ailments and discomforts. We will cover infusions, decoctions, tinctures, capsules, and salves; plus going over some of the most basic herbs and their uses. By the end of the class you will know how to replace any item in your medicine cabinet with herbs or essential oils! Seating is limited - reserve your spot on Eventbrite today!
    Saturday Jan 20 @ 1:00 PM
Principles of Energy and Reiki Level One Training with Sudevi
Breathe Yoga and Wellness Center – In this class your energy body will be opened to receive more light and healing energy through the Reiki 1 attunement. If you have already received an attunement, this will only boost your existing attunement. For Reiki to be powerful, like anything else we do - you must use it! You can't receive too many boosts. You will learn: The history of Reiki How to direct energy in your own body and others. Very important for healers of all traditions. How to clear space - your own and the rooms and homes you live in. Special mantras and mudras. (Sounds and hand gestures that open your energy gates) Hand positions and healing protocols Energy Hygiene Protection from Psychic Intrusion and all around negative debris How to empower your life, and projects with Reiki Self Healing Traditional Reiki Meditation and introduction or re-introduction to your Reiki guide. You will receive an attunement, a manual, and a certificate. Students of all Reiki Traditions are welcome. This training is intended to enhance whatever your current energy practices and training are. Sudevi Linda Kramer, MA. LMT, RTT, E-RYT-500 has been sharing Reiki and it’s teaching since 2000 and has an extensive private energy healing practice. She holds many certification in energy medicine and is also a Pranic Healer. Additionally she is a yoga teacher, and licensed massage therapist (Specializing in and teaching Thai Massage) and lover of the healing arts and humanity. She also holds a Master’s degree from the University of Missouri with a life time of experience and private practice to draw from. She is a frequent presenter of the healing arts nationally and internationally. Cost: $225 $75 Deposit required to hold space, remaining $150 due at start of class $50 off to those repeating and enhancing their skills (This is includes those with certifications from other lineages and teachers).
    Saturday Jan 20 @ 1:00 PM
Curiosity Day - Your Body
Pensacola MESS Hall – Visit the MESS Hall during Curiosity Day, Saturday Jan, 20 to explore the science of the human body. Extra hands-on activities and demonstrations provide fun ways to learn about physiology and health! No registration required, included with admission.
    Saturday Jan 20 @ 3:00 PM
Bonnie McLean Book Signing
Ever'man Cooperative Grocery & Cafe – Integrative Medicine: The Return of the Soul to Health Care is an introduction to the field of integrative medicine. Based on both her extensive research and personal experience as a practitioner and recipient of allopathic medicine, oriental medicine, functional medicine, energy medicine, and counseling, Dr. Bonnie McLean offers a user-friendly overview of integrative medicine with resources for further exploration by the reader. From childhood to her current practice in oriental medicine, Dr. McLean has spent her life immersed in medicine. Raised by a physician father and nurse mother, she spent the first twenty years of her adulthood as an RN. After witnessing what she calls a loss of soul in contemporary medicine, she spent the next thirty years in a search of the soul in medicine. She explored natural medicine, Chinese medicine, psychology, energy medicine, and shamanic healing. With the advent of integrative medicine, she strongly believes that the soul of medicine is returning. The best of both worlds (science of medical technology and the art of healing, contemporary knowledge and ancient wisdom, East and West) are beginning to work hand in hand under the umbrella of integrative medicine. Integrative medicine is the wave of the future!
    Saturday Jan 20 @ 7:00 PM
Jack Robertson's All Country Show & Birthday Bash
Flora-Bama Lounge & Package – Dust off your cowboy hat & boots! Join us for a night of the greatest country songs performed by Jack Robertson & many special guests. Normal cover charge applies.
    Saturday Jan 20 - Jan 21 @ 7:30 PM
Wit, A PLT Special Production
Pensacola Little Theatre – A special encore production, written by Margaret Edson and directed by Barbara Jacobs. Michelle Hancock reprises her role as Vivian Bearing, a renowned professor of English who has been diagnosed with terminal ovarian cancer. This production will be onstage for two nights only in the M.C. Blanchard Courtroom at PLT. Tickets are $20
    Sunday Jan 21 @ 10:00 AM
222 Apprenticeship Launch 2018
Harbor Life Church – Good Afternoon Mighty Men & Women of God, Sunday January 21st is our Launch for 222 Apprenticeship. It was going to be Sunday the 14th, but schedule would not permit. “One Year One Focus” Invite family, friends, coworkers and acquaintances to your 222 Apprenticeship Launch on January 21st, 2018 at Harbor Life Church. If you have not completed your application please return it ASAP. 2T22 2-2-2 Timothy Apprenticeship 2 Timothy 2:2 “You have heard me teach things that have been confirmed by many reliable witnesses. Now teach these truths to other trustworthy people who will be able to pass them on to others.” This is our heart at Harbor Life Church. Five basic steps to equip apprentices for leadership: 1. I do. You watch. We talk. 2. I do. You help. We talk. 3. You do. I help. We talk. 4. You do. I watch. We talk. 5. You do. Someone else watches. God has sent us some great men & women of God at HLC that is serious about the Lord’s work. Why is The Harbor Life Church launching this? Throughout Church history, the vibrancy of the Church has been tied to the strength of its leadership. Over the last two decades the tenure of ministers in North America has declined rapidly. This is due in part to seminary graduates who step into pastoral ministry prepared educationally but not personally or practically. Too often this results in unnecessary conflict that leads to short ministerial tenures. These short tenures have produced hurting people and stagnant churches. What is the Apprenticeship Program not? It’s not a way to hire part-time staff without paying them. Meaningful ministry responsibility is just one part of the development process. We created this program to equip people and send them out, not to bolster our staff. What role does a mentor play? Seminary can provide aspiring ministers with a strong theological education, but it doesn’t always provide mentors who watch them lead, coach them in the gospel, and love them as a brother in Christ. Theology isn’t the area in which most young ministers are deficient. Rather, most pastors struggle to root their identity Christ, with applying their theology to local church ministry and with finding genuine accountability. What’s the difference between discipleship & mentorship? In discipleship relationships, believers interact with one another or with a group of believers for the sake of growing in Christ-likeness. Structurally, this means people meet often (weekly) and are invested in each other’s lives. Every Christian should be in discipleship relationships. A mentor relationship is when a more mature believer intentionally and regularly invests in another believer for the purpose of developing that person spiritually, relationally, and in leadership. A mentor meets with his mentee less frequently (once a month) than in a discipleship relationship but more consistently than a pure coaching relationship. Mentor relationships are essential for aspiring ministers. How long is the program? The apprenticeship is a 1-2 year commitment. What are the different aspects of the 2-2-2 program? The program consists of three major aspects: intense pastoral training, meaningful ministry responsibility and intentional mentorship. How will apprentices be prepared for their next step? Each apprentice will meet monthly with the Apprenticeship Program director to talk specifically about ministry calling. The first three months will be spent exploring and clarifying calling, the next 6 months being equipped for that particular calling, and the final 3 months in future ministry planning. Our goal is to launch apprentices into their next stage of ministry. What should I expect at the end of my apprenticeship? You should expect to be well qualified to step into full time vocational ministry. That will look different for each apprentice. Apprentices will be well positioned to compete for full-time ministerial positions. The Apprenticeship Program is designed to equip you and send you out to where God is leading you to minister. We only ask for three things: Be (F.A.T.) F. Is for Faithful A. Is for Available T. Is for Teachable Who should apply? Anyone who feels called to vocational ministry and desires to be intentionally challenged in a gospel-saturated environment should apply. If you feel lead of the Lord to join this group of Apprentices, Please don't hesitate to reach out to one of our Pastors. Please, keep these men of God in your prayers as they learn to lead in God’s house.
    Sunday Jan 21 @ 11:00 AM
Handstands With Sam!!
URU Yoga and Beyond – Start the New Year right... on your hands! This is going to be an all levels workshop, meaning-- if you have never tried a handstand before, you can attend. If you are kicking up to the wall only, you can attend. If you are holding a free handstand in the middle of the room for 30+ seconds, you can attend. We'll be working on handstand prep (lots of core??), alignment, entrances, exits, and rehab. Price will be on a sliding scale! Students: $25 Bring a friend: $30 each Regular: $35 If you have any concerns at all, please reach out! If the only reason you might not come is because, "I'm not ready for that. I can't do it." then please come! Everyone is capable of more than they think. I'll offer many progressions and you can stop anywhere along the way you like. Xoxo
    Sunday Jan 21 @ 2:00 PM
Managing Autoimmune Disease: A Holistic Approach to Inflammation
URU Yoga and Beyond – This two hour workshop will teach you simple tools you can apply to improve your daily quality of life by reducing and preventing inflammation. The workshop will provide you with applicable, take-home skills you can adopt in your daily life including : -an acupuncture treatment -nutritional education -personal care products crash course to help reduce damage caused by hormone disruptors -breathing and meditation techniques -acupressure points to reduce inflammation *Wear loose, comfortable clothing, bring your yoga mat, a notebook and pen! Please make sure to eat something before you come. We’re excited to share this healthful information with you! Your health investment — $40 Sarah Newman Kalb, AP, MAOM is an acupuncturist and the proprietor of Vitality Acupuncture LLC in Gulf Breeze. She believes in the tenants of Chinese medicine that we are whole humans and that treating our illness means treating the whole person, mind and body. You can schedule an appointment with her by calling 850-736-4325 Jodi Brown is a Chef, Educator and Organizer concentrating her skills on helping people suffering with autoimmune disease improve the quality of their life through dietary and lifestyle changes. She has successfully put her Hashimoto’s into remission following the autoimmune protocol (AIP). You can go to her website to see her offerings.
    Monday Jan 22 - Jan 28 @ 5:00 PM
Great Southern Winter Restaurant Week
The Pensacola Fish House – Great Southern Restaurants Winter Restaurant Week January 22 - 28, 2018 The Fish House, Jackson’s Steakhouse, Atlas Oyster House and Five Sisters Blues Café will once again team up to present Winter Restaurant Week, January 22–28, 2018. In step with similar events in cities all around the country, Restaurant Week is a culinary celebration that offers residents and visitors alike world-class dining at a great value. Now in its eigth year, the Great Southern Restaurant’s Restaurant Week continues to be a great winter hit with both locals and visitors. Chefs from each restaurant will prepare a three-course, fixed-price dinner menu utilizing the best in local and seasonal ingredients, showcasing their culinary expertise, for $33.00 per person, per restaurant. Diners are encouraged to try each special menu at all four restaurants during Restaurant Week. Menus will be available at each restaurant Monday, January 22, through Sunday, January 28, beginning at 5:00 p.m. along with our standard dinner menus. “Restaurant Week continues to highlight Pensacola as a premier dining destination, providing an opportunity to enjoy a special menu from each of the restaurants,” said Collier Merrill, president of Great Southern Restaurants. “This will give everybody another occasion to enjoy a great evening in Downtown Pensacola.”