We hear about it time and time again…accidents, frustrated drivers, confused motorists, etc.
Well, as it turns out, this is hardly a new problem for Safety Harbor. In fact, this edition of Advice from the Past is dedicated to our city’s trouble with drivers.
Safety Harbor Herald, 28 February 1930
Great advice to all! So the next time you find yourself angrily tailgating someone going the speed limit, remember that 40 MPH will still get you there faster than 25 MPH and that it is a lot easier to drive safely than to join the ranks of bad drivers in Safety Harbor’s past.
This Advice from the Past was brought to you by the February 28th, 1930 edition of the Safety Harbor Herald.
We at the Safety Harbor Museum & Cultural Center just wanted to touch based with you and let you know about some museum closures over the weekend.
At this time, the Safety Harbor Museum & Cultural Center will be closed Friday (4/14/17), Saturday (4/15/17), and Sunday (4/16/17).
We hope that you have a great weekend and invite you to come see us next week!
As you start to plan summer adventures, it can seem like the world is at your feet. Just the same, the Safety Harbor Museum would like to remind you to travel and play safely. So, for this edition of Advice from the Past, we present you with some fire-themed Safety Slogans to live by from the Safety Harbor Herald.
Almost in honor of the fire that destroyed Safety Harbor’s Main Street, we could all stand to be reminded that…
“Picnic fires are lots of fun, but put them out when you are done.”
After all it is your patriotic duty to remember that…
“You don’t need to be in the army to protect your country; put out that camp fire.”
Wasn’t it Smokey the Bear that said…
“Fire controlled is friend indeed, uncontrolled, a terrible fiend.”
NOPE! It was the Safety Harbor Herald! Nonetheless, we all have a responsibility to stop forest fires (and Safety Harbor fires) so remember…
“Smokers, be careful where you throw those stubs, and don’t be classed with arson dubs.”
“Fire – its cure is costly, its prevention cheap.”
So remember to let the heat come from the sun rather than a raging fire so that we can avoid rebuilding the city AGAIN!
This Advice from the Past was brought to you by the March 7th, 1930 edition of the Safety Harbor Herald.
After the great success of this year’s Bloom N Art Chalk Fest, the Safety Harbor Museum would like to invite you to join us for our very first Y’ART SALE & AUCTION!
Join us as we auction for an all out art sale! Not only will we be auctioning off the 8′ x 8′ vertical panels from Chalk Fest, but we will also be having an Art Rummage and sale Gallery with artwork by Dr. Frank Hubbard, J. Daniels, and our Bloom N Chalk artists.
Come try your hand at art with our Grapefruit Project Workshop and honor some of this year’s young artists with our Chalk Fest Student Art Presentation!