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The City of Destin’s Adopt-A-Street Program allows local families, businesses and community groups to perform a valuable community service by adopting sections of a street to keep clear of litter and debris. Groups who participate in this program will have their name listed on the cty’s website and signage installed on their adopted street. For more information, call 850-837-6869 or email [email protected].

Hynosis and comedy

Hypnotist and comedian Terry Stokes will take the stage at HarborWalk Theater in Destin.

Get stoked with The Stoked Comedy Hypnosis Show Starring Terry Stokes. Multiple dates are available, including July 22 and 26, at HarborWalk Theater at 10 Harbor Blvd., Unit 234 in Destin.

Tickets, for ages 18 and up — as performance contains adult language and adult situations — start at $18.99 on Eventbrite, https://bit.ly/3Pyk9dJ.

Cinderella ballet

Rodgers and Hammerstein’s Cinderella will be presented 7:30 p.m. July 22-24 and July 28-31 at the Mattie Kelly Arts Center, Northwest Florida State College, 100 College Blvd., Niceville. Ticket costs start at $25 for youths 17 and younger. Visit https://bit.ly/3nQ5uyM to purchase.

The 10

Blues music festival

The My Sweet Blues Music Festival with MC and Host Nikki Demarks starts at noon July 23 at Old Spanish Trail Park at 201 Stillwell Blvd. in Crestview. It will feature The Legendary Willy Mac, Pokey Bear, JD Saunders, Mz. Aretta, a DJ battle and more.

Chairs and coolers are welcome. Gates open at noon, with showtime at 2 p.m. Tickets start at $15 on Eventbrite, https://bit.ly/3RJyWE6. Security will be enforced.

Wild Outdoor Days

Wild Outdoor Days-Turkey Creek is a free Girl Scouts event for girls of all ages. It is 9-11 a.m. July 23 at Turkey Creek at 340 John Sims Parkway W, in Niceville. This park series will allow girls to explore and participate in fun activities to celebrate the connection between themselves and nature.

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