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March 25, 2023 at 7:30am


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‘Rotary Runs the Beach’

March 18, 2023 at 8:00am

Announcing our 2023 Run Date: March 18, 2023
The 4th Annual ‘Rotary Runs the Beach’ takes place on scenic Indian Rocks Beach. Running on the beach is as beautiful as ever! A 5K- timed run or 1-mile family fun run / walk is offered.

Join us at the Indian Rocks Beach Access Park located at 1700 Gulf Blvd on Indian Rocks Beach [MAP]. Parking is a nominal fee on site or park on city streets for no-fee. Race is chipped and the course is “out and back”.

Are you a run club member? Join the Running Club Competition when you run the 5K. Individual winners (medals). You can create you own team as well – so get your fellow runners together and create a team/club! Individual Running Contest open to all runners. Medals for winners by age groups (10-year breakouts).

A special thanks to our main sponsor – The Original Crabby Bill’s!

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City of Indian Rocks Beach Indian Rocks Beach & IRB Homeowners Association Sculpture Unveil

March 1, 2023 at 9:00am

For immediate release
February 22, 2023
City of Indian Rocks Beach
Indian Rocks Beach & IRB Homeowners Association Sculpture Unveil

The City of Indian Rocks Beach is committed to public art.
We are excited to announce our fifth installment.

The City is partnering again with the Indian Rocks Beach Homeowners Association to install a public sculpture in front of Pinellas County Public Parking located at the 17th Avenue Beach Access.

Everyone is invited to take part in the unveiling of the new sculpture located at:
Pinellas County Public Parking- 17th Avenue Beach Access
On Wednesday, March 1, 2023, at 9:00 A.M.

“The City of Indian Rocks Beach appreciates the generous donation by Indian Rocks Beach Homeowners Association and our mutual commitment to aesthetics and public art throughout the city.” said City Manager, Gregg Mims.


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