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Clearwater to celebrate its neighborhoods with citywide block party
The Mayor could not pass up an opportunity for a quick corn toss game at the Country Club Addition block party.

The city that earned coveted state and national recognition for its sugar sand beach, sunsets and tailless dolphin, Winter, will spotlight its townspeople during the annual Celebrate Clearwater...

A parade in downtown kicked off the inaugural 1960 Fun 'n Sun festival. Today, the event is celebrated at different venues including Bright House Field, Coachman Park, Pier 60, Ruth Eckerd Hall, Capitol Theatre and Joe DiMaggio Sports Complex.
Fun 'n Sun marks 61st anniversary with 40 events
The colonel and the mobster
Pictured are (L to R) Krissie Lawson, Rotary Club of Indian Rocks Beach; Jo An Marianne, Beach Art Center’s Executive Director; Claire English, Rotary Club of Indian Rocks Beach; and Madison Sheppard, Student/Camper.
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