Jan 13, 2020 By Celebrate Outreach
What better way to spend February 29, that day that mysteriously appears on our calendars every four years, than uncovering the mysteries of John’s Pass? Concealed in the shadows of history, hiding among folklore and legend, live tales of ghosts and haunted houses. From the beach to the bay lie secret tales of eerie tragedies and modern-day hauntings. Gather your courage and scare up some fun on a Ghost Storytelling Tour of the boardwalk and village at John’s Pass, led by costumed professional Ghost Tour Guide. Learn how the Pass suddenly appeared in 1848, and how, long before the restaurants and gift shops, the area was home to now-vanished Tocobaga villages and mounds, and how conquistadors and turtle fishermen sailed its waters.
All proceeds from the tour will benefit Celebrate Outreach’s Saturday Morning Breakfast, which feeds over 90 homeless and precariously housed people in downtown St. Petersburg every Saturday of the year. Join professional ghost tour leader for an evening that will leave you seeing John’s Pass with new eyes, and will help Celebrate Outreach serve hungry people in St. Petersburg.
John’s Pass Village has many restaurants, perfect for a pre-tour dinner or a post-tour get-together. Check in by 6:45 at the Hubbard’s Marina information booth, 150 Boardwalk Place W., Madeira Beach FL 33708 The booth is directly across from the entrance to the parking garage. There are only 22 spots available, so mark your calendar and act now. : If you can’t come on Feb 29th, or it sells out, you are invited to go to https://celebrateoutreach.org/ and sign up for our newsletters. All future Ghost Tours we have will be announced in them.
Rain date: March 2, in case of severe thunderstorms, only
See you on the mysterious 29th of February!