Spring has sprung, or at least almost sprung, and the area offers a host of entertainment activity options for residents and locals alike in the coming days.

Spring has sprung, or at least almost sprung, and the area offers a host of entertainment activity options for residents and locals alike in the coming days.

Here are just a few suggestions:

1. Go to the “Theatre.” The Port Theatre Art and Culture Center moves away from music for this week’s “Thursdays at the Theatre.” Instead, the documentary film “Dooder and Lighthouse” will be screened at 6 p.m. ET tonight at the theater located along Reid Ave. The event is free and is jointly sponsored by the Gulf County Tourist Development Council as part of its Winter Fun program for snowbirds. The documentary chronicles the move of the Cape San Blas Lighthouse in July 2014 while examining the history of the lighthouse and community through the eyes and memories of Tom “Dooder” Parker. The film shares the story of the move of the lighthouse, two keepers’ quarters and oil house, a 900-foot long convoy, from Cape San Blas to Port St. Joe’s George Core Park along with other stories about the community and its growth.

2. Shop for produce, crafts at Salt Air. The SaltAir Farmers Market, now in its 10th year, offers a variety of crafts and seasonal produce with up to 20 vendors participating Saturday.

The market is found at the corner of Cecil G. Costin, Sr. Blvd. and Reid Ave. on the first and third Saturdays of the month. The market is open 9 a.m. until 1 p.m. ET.

For additional information regarding participation in the market contact John Parker at 404-906-2637.

3. St. Joseph Catholic Church of Port St. Joe will hold its annual St. Patrick’s Irish Dinner Saturday in the Church Hall at 304 20th Street. The menu includes corned beef, cabbage, new potatoes, carrots, onions, homemade soda bread or rolls, dessert and tea/coffee/lemonade. There are two seatings, 5 p.m. and 6:30 p.m. ET. Take-out dinners are also available and can be picked up at the front door during either seating. There will also be drawings for a host of prizes as well as a 50/50 drawing. Tickets are $10. You can purchase tickets at the No Name Café Books and More on Reid Ave. or the church office. Any available tickets will be sold at the door Saturday. For more information call Barb/Dan Van Treese at 227-9837 or Mel/Mike Sharp at 647-9839.

4. Learn how to fish local waters. The Forgotten Coast Sea Turtle Center Learning Series continues 3 p.m. ET Saturday as Capt. Phil’s Charter Service sponsors a free program on fishing St. Joseph Bay and Cape San Blas. The program will cover inshore rigs and strategies, three knots to know and fishing etiquette and protecting our resources. No supplies are needed. The Forgotten Coast Sea Turtle Center is located at George Core Park.

5. Enjoy St. Patrick’s Dinner at the VFW. The John C. Gainous VFW Post 10069 in Highland View will host a St. Patrick’s Dinner of corned beef and cabbage, along with karaoke with Brenda and Brian Cahill 6 p.m. ET Saturday. There will be a 50/50 drawing and basket raffle and all proceeds go to Relay for Life and cancer research.