The Cape San Blas Lighthouse at George Core Park will host a full moon climb 6:30 p.m. until 7:30 p.m. ET Saturday.
The February full moon is traditionally known as the “Snow Moon” due to the typically heavy snowfall February brings.
The Cherokee Native Americans called the full moon in February the “Bone Moon” because the lack of food led people to gnaw on bones and eat bone marrow soup.
Other tribes called it the “Hunger Moon” because of scarce food and hunting opportunities.
The cost to climb the lighthouse is $5 and children must be at least 44 inches tall.
Please no flip-flops; wear sturdy shoes.
For an extra treat arrive at 6 p.m. ET to watch the sunset over St. Joseph Bay and browse the Sleeping Beauty Gift Shop adjacent to the lighthouse for books pertaining to the area and unique gifts.