SEASIDE®, Fla. (, March 10, 2015—There is a lot going on in Seaside and a new edition of The Seaside Times is available to tell all about it! The complimentary newspaper is available in local coffee shops and bookstores such as Amavida Coffee & Tea, Modica Market and Sundog Books in Seaside, at various merchants throughout Seaside and along Hwy. 30A, the VISIT South Walton welcome center, Publix at Grand Boulevard-Sandestin and at the Walton Area Chamber-Hwy 331. The Seaside Times digital edition can be accessed at Archived issues are also available.   The March/April issue features the latest news related to spring break – including family activities and safety measures Seaside is taking for its guests and residents. Floral wines make spring blossom, as our wine columnist shares the latest in the celebrated floral flavors ideal for spring sipping. Meet the leading ladies who make Seaside a better place-part 2 in our ongoing series. The Joffrey Ballet Concert Group from New York City preps for its debut performance in Seaside May 2. The Seaside Institute has been busy planning upcoming drawing, painting and photography workshops. And a new documentary explores the rare coastal dune lakes of South Walton – all in this issue.   If you would like to reprint any of the stories or photos in The Seaside Times, please send an email stating the edition, story and page number to    
      About SEASIDE® Seaside, built on 80 acres on Florida’s Gulf Coast, is located on South Walton County’s Hwy. 30-A, on Northwest Florida’s Gulf Coast. Acclaimed world-wide as one of the iconic examples of New Urbanism, Seaside offers a thriving town center with shopping and dining, all within walkable distance to homes, cottages and offices. Consisting of more than 400 homes, many of them vacation rentals, the community offers more than 12 restaurants and eateries, and 41 shops and galleries.   Seaside is currently being featured on the Cooking Channel’s Emeril’s Florida, was just named “2015 Best Family Beach” from the Travel Channel, was recently named the “Best Beach on Earth” for families by Travel + Leisuremagazine and included in USA Today’s “Top 10 Best Beach Towns in Florida (2013) by “Dr. Beach.” The holiday town was also the primary filming location of the classic movie “The Truman Show.”   Seaside is a prominent topic in architectural schools and in housing-industry magazines, is visited by design professionals from throughout the United States, and is included in the American Institute of Architects (Florida chapter) list of Florida Architecture: 100 Years 100 Places.   For more information, visit or email

The March/April Edition of The Seaside Times Available Now

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