Sat Morning Market Opens and Coyotes Return

Saturday Morning Market

Beginning Saturday, October 7, St Petersburg’s Saturday Morning Market will be reopening for its 15th season on the beautiful waterfront of downtown St Petersburg. With about 10,000 customers a week, and 170 vendors rotating through 130 spaces, the market is the largest farmers market in the southeast US, and one of the most successful in the US. The Market is held weekly on Saturdays from October through May, from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. It is located at the Al Lang Field parking lot, which is located on the corner of 1st Ave S and 1st Street.

Coyotes have returned

Whether you live on or near the Vinoy Golf Course or the Masonic Home, be aware that several neighbors have noted recent sightings of these creatures. Please, please make certain your pets are safe and, above all else…do NOT leave food outside. If these animals find no food source, they will move on but if just one family leaves food out, it invites the coyotes to hang around. If you are walking and you see a coyote, make loud noises, blow a whistle, throw rocks, clang pots together, spray them with your garden hose - anything to be make them know they are not welcome. Make yourself appear large by flailing your arms above you and do NOT turn and run away which will only give them reason to give chase. In the past, a number of neighbors on the golf course raised money to hire a trapper which did absolutely nothing to reduce their population. So we must learn to live with them among us but make sure you inform your family of what to do with them around. Here’s a link for you to share with all members of your family…http://www.stpete.org/emergency/living_with_wildlife/coyote.php

Thanks for watching out for one another!

About Snell Isle

image Snell Isle is home to the historic The Vinoy® Renaissance St. Petersburg Resort & Golf Club, one of the Nation's premier golf courses.
image Our tropical surroundings provide waterfront vistas for most residents. Over 80% of the homes on Snell Isle enjoy waterfront views.
image In 1920, local developer C. Perry Snell began construction on what was originally, a muddy mangrove island.

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