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Tuesday, October 5th, 2010

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September Events

Thursday, September 2nd, 2010
 
 

July 13 to September 06,  in Islamorada
History of Diving Museum: Free Admission to All Active Duty Military Personnel
July 13 to September 06
Located at MM 82.9 bayside, the museum is offering free admission to all active duty military personnel – and up to five immediate family members including spouses or children – as part of the nationwide Blue Star Museums program. Spouses of deployed military also are eligible. Open daily from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Contact: 305-664-9737           305-664-9737      Email: info@divingmuseum.org
 
 

September 04 ,  in Islamorada
Matecumbe Historical Trust presents: Self-Guided Tour
September 04
Start the Labor Day weekend at the Islamorada Hurricane Monument at 9 a.m. for a self-guided tour of historical points of interest. An informational tent is to be set up at the monument with guide maps and brochures, courtesy of the Matecumbe Historical Trust. Historic photos, 75th anniversary tee shirts and mementos to be available as well. Free and open to the public.
Contact: Irving or Jeane Eyster 305-664-9504            305-664-9504      
September 04 ,  in Islamorada
Matecumbe Historical Trust presents: An Evening of Hurricane History
September 04
This year marks the 75th anniversary of the 1935 hurricane, a historically significant event in the Florida Keys. Starting at 8 p.m. the Matecumbe Historical Trust is to show a video and display photos from the event. Survivors are to be present to share their experiences. Free and open to the public, event located at the Islamorada Hurricane Monument.
Contact: Irving or Jeane Eyster 305-664-9504               305-664-9504      
September 06 ,  in Islamorada
Matecumbe Historical Trust presents: Annual Labor Day Service
September 06
In memory of the civilians and veterans who perished in the 1935 hurricane, this annual service is to be held at 9 a.m. at the Islamorada Hurricane Monument. Hear from famed historian Irving Eyster, and the 1935 Hurricane Song written by Cris Foster from memories shared by Bernard Russell who lost many of his family in the event that helped shape Florida Keys history. A wreath is to be placed, followed by taps and the benediction. Free and open to the public.
Contact: Irving or Jeane Eyster 305-664-9504              305-664-9504     
 
 
 
 
September 11 ,  in Key Largo
Lionfish Derby for Divers
September 11
Teams of up to four divers can help capture and remove non-native lionfish from Keys waters in this unique spin on a fishing tournament. Derby divers who successfully remove lionfish from sanctuary waters are to be eligible for up to $10,000 in cash and prizes – more than $3,000 per derby. Headquarters, measuring and scoring to be held at Coconuts Restaurant, mile marker 100. Visit website for registration details.
Contact: REEF 305-852-0030               305-852-0030     Email: alecia@reef.org
 
September 14 to September 17,  in Islamorada
Islamorada Invitational Fall Fly Bonefish Tournament
September 14 to September 17
Also referred to as the “Fall Fly,” this prestigious three-day test of skill and stealth challenges anglers to accrue points for both weight and release fish. Entry fee is $1,000 per angler, up to 25 maximum participants.
Contact: Charlotte Ambrogio 305-942-0428           305-942-0428      Email: csasun@aol.com
September 15 ,  in Islamorada
History of Diving Museum presents: FREE Seminar Series
September 15
This month’s free seminar is to be given by Eric Smith, themed “Adventures in Underwater Exploration.” Starts at 7 p.m. at Diving Museum, mile marker 83 in Islamorada. Immerse yourself in the fun!
Contact: 305-664-9737              305-664-9737      Email: info@divingmuseum.org
 
 
September 16 to September 19,  in Florida Keys
38th Annual Phil Peterson’s Key West Poker Run
September 16 to September 19
It’s an All-American event as motorcycle enthusiasts from around the U.S. travel the Keys’ scenic Overseas Highway – designated Florida’s only All-American Road – from mainland Florida to Key West to raise money for charity. Stops are arranged throughout the Keys with a final celebration in Key West. Register online today, or starting Sept. 1 at either of two Peterson’s Harley dealerships, with just a $10 donation.
Contact: (800) 545-2561               (800) 545-2561       877-MIAMI-HD              
September 17 to September 19,  in Key Largo
Take Stock in Children Backcountry Challenge
September 17 to September 19
Entering its 10th year, the challenge requires anglers fish for trout and redfish. Proceeds benefit both local Rotary scholarships and Take Stock in Children, a statewide scholarship program for children in seventh through 12th grades. Entry fee is $125 per angler, $70 for young anglers (kids and juniors are combined). New venue at the Upper Keys Sailing Club!
Contact: Mike Shipley 305-852-4087              305-852-4087      
Email: mike@islandbayresort.com
September 22 to September 26,  in Florida Keys
Florida Keys Birding & Wildlife Festival
September 22 to September 26
The peak of the fall birding season, this event includes an opening reception, dinner, presentations, Keys-wide field trips focusing on education and conservation as they relate to Keys birds and wildlife, and an environmental fair.
Contact: (305) 872-0774              (305) 872-0774      
 
 
September 25 to September 26,  in Islamorada
Herman Lucerne Memorial Backcountry Tournament
September 25 to September 26
Up to 100 anglers compete for snook, tarpon, redfish, sea trout, snapper, bonefish and black drum against the backdrop of Everglades National Park. An overall grand champ prize is given to the individual or team who catches at least four of the seven eligible species. The angling challenge is also a qualifying event for the 2011 IGFA Inshore World Championship in Islamorada.
Contact: Linda Denkert 305-852-1425               305-852-1425      
Email: backcountrybabe1@aol.com
 
September 25 ,  in Islamorada
Smithsonian Magazine’s 6th Annual Museum Day
September 25
The History of Diving Museum will participate in the sixth annual Museum Day, presented by Smithsonian magazine.  Doors will be open free of charge to Smithsonian magazine readers and Smithsonian.com visitors for an excellent opportunity to immerse yourself in diving history.  The Museum is also celebrating its fourth anniversary, and showcases “The Story of Man’s Quest to Explore Under the Sea, and is approximately 3,000 square feet of amazing exhibits relating to diving history. Open from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Contact: (305) 664-9737 (305) 664-9737    

September Events

Thursday, September 2nd, 2010
 
 

July 13 to September 06,  in Islamorada
History of Diving Museum: Free Admission to All Active Duty Military Personnel
July 13 to September 06
Located at MM 82.9 bayside, the museum is offering free admission to all active duty military personnel – and up to five immediate family members including spouses or children – as part of the nationwide Blue Star Museums program. Spouses of deployed military also are eligible. Open daily from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Contact: 305-664-9737           305-664-9737      Email: info@divingmuseum.org
 
 

September 04 ,  in Islamorada
Matecumbe Historical Trust presents: Self-Guided Tour
September 04
Start the Labor Day weekend at the Islamorada Hurricane Monument at 9 a.m. for a self-guided tour of historical points of interest. An informational tent is to be set up at the monument with guide maps and brochures, courtesy of the Matecumbe Historical Trust. Historic photos, 75th anniversary tee shirts and mementos to be available as well. Free and open to the public.
Contact: Irving or Jeane Eyster 305-664-9504            305-664-9504      
September 04 ,  in Islamorada
Matecumbe Historical Trust presents: An Evening of Hurricane History
September 04
This year marks the 75th anniversary of the 1935 hurricane, a historically significant event in the Florida Keys. Starting at 8 p.m. the Matecumbe Historical Trust is to show a video and display photos from the event. Survivors are to be present to share their experiences. Free and open to the public, event located at the Islamorada Hurricane Monument.
Contact: Irving or Jeane Eyster 305-664-9504               305-664-9504      
September 06 ,  in Islamorada
Matecumbe Historical Trust presents: Annual Labor Day Service
September 06
In memory of the civilians and veterans who perished in the 1935 hurricane, this annual service is to be held at 9 a.m. at the Islamorada Hurricane Monument. Hear from famed historian Irving Eyster, and the 1935 Hurricane Song written by Cris Foster from memories shared by Bernard Russell who lost many of his family in the event that helped shape Florida Keys history. A wreath is to be placed, followed by taps and the benediction. Free and open to the public.
Contact: Irving or Jeane Eyster 305-664-9504              305-664-9504     
 
 
 
 
September 11 ,  in Key Largo
Lionfish Derby for Divers
September 11
Teams of up to four divers can help capture and remove non-native lionfish from Keys waters in this unique spin on a fishing tournament. Derby divers who successfully remove lionfish from sanctuary waters are to be eligible for up to $10,000 in cash and prizes – more than $3,000 per derby. Headquarters, measuring and scoring to be held at Coconuts Restaurant, mile marker 100. Visit website for registration details.
Contact: REEF 305-852-0030               305-852-0030     Email: alecia@reef.org
 
September 14 to September 17,  in Islamorada
Islamorada Invitational Fall Fly Bonefish Tournament
September 14 to September 17
Also referred to as the “Fall Fly,” this prestigious three-day test of skill and stealth challenges anglers to accrue points for both weight and release fish. Entry fee is $1,000 per angler, up to 25 maximum participants.
Contact: Charlotte Ambrogio 305-942-0428           305-942-0428      Email: csasun@aol.com
September 15 ,  in Islamorada
History of Diving Museum presents: FREE Seminar Series
September 15
This month’s free seminar is to be given by Eric Smith, themed “Adventures in Underwater Exploration.” Starts at 7 p.m. at Diving Museum, mile marker 83 in Islamorada. Immerse yourself in the fun!
Contact: 305-664-9737              305-664-9737      Email: info@divingmuseum.org
 
 
September 16 to September 19,  in Florida Keys
38th Annual Phil Peterson’s Key West Poker Run
September 16 to September 19
It’s an All-American event as motorcycle enthusiasts from around the U.S. travel the Keys’ scenic Overseas Highway – designated Florida’s only All-American Road – from mainland Florida to Key West to raise money for charity. Stops are arranged throughout the Keys with a final celebration in Key West. Register online today, or starting Sept. 1 at either of two Peterson’s Harley dealerships, with just a $10 donation.
Contact: (800) 545-2561               (800) 545-2561       877-MIAMI-HD              
September 17 to September 19,  in Key Largo
Take Stock in Children Backcountry Challenge
September 17 to September 19
Entering its 10th year, the challenge requires anglers fish for trout and redfish. Proceeds benefit both local Rotary scholarships and Take Stock in Children, a statewide scholarship program for children in seventh through 12th grades. Entry fee is $125 per angler, $70 for young anglers (kids and juniors are combined). New venue at the Upper Keys Sailing Club!
Contact: Mike Shipley 305-852-4087              305-852-4087      
Email: mike@islandbayresort.com
September 22 to September 26,  in Florida Keys
Florida Keys Birding & Wildlife Festival
September 22 to September 26
The peak of the fall birding season, this event includes an opening reception, dinner, presentations, Keys-wide field trips focusing on education and conservation as they relate to Keys birds and wildlife, and an environmental fair.
Contact: (305) 872-0774              (305) 872-0774      
 
 
September 25 to September 26,  in Islamorada
Herman Lucerne Memorial Backcountry Tournament
September 25 to September 26
Up to 100 anglers compete for snook, tarpon, redfish, sea trout, snapper, bonefish and black drum against the backdrop of Everglades National Park. An overall grand champ prize is given to the individual or team who catches at least four of the seven eligible species. The angling challenge is also a qualifying event for the 2011 IGFA Inshore World Championship in Islamorada.
Contact: Linda Denkert 305-852-1425               305-852-1425      
Email: backcountrybabe1@aol.com
 
September 25 ,  in Islamorada
Smithsonian Magazine’s 6th Annual Museum Day
September 25
The History of Diving Museum will participate in the sixth annual Museum Day, presented by Smithsonian magazine.  Doors will be open free of charge to Smithsonian magazine readers and Smithsonian.com visitors for an excellent opportunity to immerse yourself in diving history.  The Museum is also celebrating its fourth anniversary, and showcases “The Story of Man’s Quest to Explore Under the Sea, and is approximately 3,000 square feet of amazing exhibits relating to diving history. Open from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Contact: (305) 664-9737 (305) 664-9737    

August and September Events

Sunday, July 25th, 2010
Islamorada / July 13 to September 06

History of Diving Museum: Free Admission to All Active Duty Military Personnel Located at MM 82.9 bayside, the museum is offering free admission to all active duty military personnel – and up to five immediate family members including spouses or children – as part of the nationwide Blue Star Museums program. Spouses of deployed military also are eligible. Open daily from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Contact: 305-664-9737
Email: info@divingmuseum.org

Islamorada / August 07

Lobster Fest at Holiday Isle A wildly entertaining evening of fresh lobster (bring in your own catch to cook!), live entertainment, costume contest and the mechanical bull. Headliner Amber Leigh is to play at 10 p.m., with her crossover country sound mixed with rock, soul and Celtic. Hours from 8 p.m. to 4 a.m., Holiday Isle Tiki Bar.
Contact: 305-664-2321

Islamorada / August 18

History of Diving Museum presents: FREE Seminar Series This month’s free seminar is to be themed “Breaking Ground as a Female Navy Diver.” Starts at 7 p.m. at Diving Museum, mile marker 83 in Islamorada. Immerse yourself in the fun!
Contact: 305-664-9737
Email: info@divingmuseum.org

Islamorada / August 27 to August 28

Islamorada Swordfish Tournament This modified release tournament benefits the Billfish Foundation, and is the first leg of the Florida Swordfish Series. Anglers compete for valuable prizes, including a $10,000 cash payout to the overall series champion and another $5,000 to the angler with the largest fish in the series.
Contact: Richard Peeples 305-282-1006
Email: Supersti@aol.com

Islamorada / September 15 to September 17

Islamorada Invitational Fall Fly Bonefish Tournament Fly anglers are to pursue Islamorada bonefish, some of the largest and smartest in the world, at this all-release tournament.
Contact: Charlotte Ambrogio 305-942-0428
Email: csasun@aol.com

Islamorada / September 15

History of Diving Museum presents: FREE Seminar Series This month’s free seminar is to be given by Eric Smith, themed “Adventures in Underwater Exploration.” Starts at 7 p.m. at Diving Museum, mile marker 83 in Islamorada. Immerse yourself in the fun!
Contact: 305-664-9737
Email: info@divingmuseum.org

Islamorada / September 25 to September 26

Herman Lucerne Memorial Backcountry Tournament Up to 100 anglers will be competing for snook, tarpon, redfish, sea trout, snapper, bonefish and black drum against the backdrop of Everglades National Park.
Contact: Charlotte Ambrogio 305-942-0428
Email: csasun@aol.com

June Events

Monday, May 17th, 2010
 
 
Islamorada / June 02 to June 03

Islamorada Fishing Club Captain’s Cup Dolphin Tournament Just three fish are all that’s needed to capture the $25,000 winner-take-all grand prize, but the aggregate weight of the three dorado must be the highest in the tournament. Entry fee is $2,500 for this IGFA Offshore World Championship qualifying event.
Contact: Theresa Reineman at 305-664-4735
Email: fishing@theislamoradafishingclub.com

Islamorada / June 04 to June 06

Islamorada Dolphin Tournament Hosted by the Islamorada Charterboat Association, this second annual event is headquartered at Whale Harbor Marina, with $15,000 in prize money and an unlimited number of anglers.
Contact: Dianne Harbaugh at (305) 852-2102
Email: ditournaments@aol.com

Islamorada / June 07 to June 11

Don Hawley Invitational Tarpon Tournament The world’s top fly-rod anglers endure a five-day test of will and muscle, fishing Keys waters using fly tackle and either a 12- or 16-pound tippet. Named for the late fly fisherman and conservationist Don Hawley, the tournament benefits the Don Hawley Foundation, assisting professional fishing guides and supporting backcountry fishery conservation. programs.
Contact: Charlotte Ambrogio (305) 664-2444
Email: csasun@aol.com

Islamorada / June 15 to June 17

Women’s Fly Series – Tarpon
CANCELED
This invitational fly tournament is open to men and women and benefits children’s charities. The all-release, challenge requires anglers use a tournament-supplied 16-pound tippet. Scoring is based on the total number of releases, so anglers must hook, fight and release tarpon as quickly as possible — making the competition a true test of skill and endurance.
Contact: Charlotte Ambrogio at (305) 664-2444
Email: csasun@aol.com

Islamorada / June 16

History of Diving Museum presents: FREE Seminar Series This month’s free seminar is to be given by Chris Dutton, themed “Diving History in the Florida Keys.” Starts at 7 p.m. at Diving Museum, mile marker 83 in Islamorada. Immerse yourself in the fun!
Contact: 305-664-9737
Email: info@divingmuseum.org

Islamorada / June 18 to June 19

6th Annual Island Grill Charity Dolphin Tournament & Fun Day Event not only benefits Baptist Hospital’s Children’s Cancer Center, anglers compete for a $5,000 grand prize for the best three dolphin caught, and a Mercedes GLK SUV for the angler that breaks the state record for dolphin. Father’s Day celebration on the beach Sunday. A perfect family event.
Contact: Rebecca May at 305-664-8400
Email: keysislandgrillevents@gmail.com

Islamorada / June 21 to June 25

Gold Cup Tarpon Tournament This prestigious tournament, whose founders include baseball great and avid fly-fisherman Ted Williams, pits 25 fly-rod anglers against the tenacious silver king for four straight days of fishing. Experienced tournament anglers and novices are welcome to compete. Tournament proceeds benefit children’s charities in the Keys.
Contact: Charlotte Ambrogio (305) 664-2444
Email: csasun@aol.com

May Events

Monday, May 17th, 2010
Islamorada / April 30 to May 02

Florida Keys Fly Fishing School Learn fly fishing in saltwater with world class instruction in a fun and no-pressure environment. Two-day schools present a unique opportunity for beginners and experienced anglers, as well as couples. Call or visit Web site for details.
Contact: 305-664-5423
Email: info@floridakeysoutfitters.com

Islamorada / May 17 to May 19

Golden Fly Tarpon Tournament Anglers are allowed to fish only with fly gear, using a tournament-furnished tippet not greater than 20-pound test. Tarpon in this challenge must measure at least 48 inches in length to earn release points, and weigh at least 70 pounds for weight points. Are you up to the challenge?
Contact: Charlotte Ambrogio at (305) 664-2444
Email: csasun@aol.com

Islamorada / May 19

History of Diving Museum presents: FREE Seminar Series This month’s free seminar is to be given by Florida Keys Shipwreck Salvor and Historian Captain Carl Fismer, themed “Everything You Always Wanted to Know About Shipwrecks.” Starts at 7 p.m. at Diving Museum, mile marker 83 in Islamorada. Immerse yourself in the fun!
Contact: 305-664-9737
Email: info@divingmuseum.org

 
 

Calender for April 2010

Friday, March 19th, 2010
  April 07 to April 09

Islamorada All-Tackle Spring Bonefish Tournament Anglers compete to catch the gray ghost of the flats in the legendary shallows surrounding Islamorada. This all-release tournament features trophies and prizes.
Contact: Charlotte Ambrogio (305) 664-2444
Email: csasun@aol.com

 April 04

Underwater Easter Egg Hunt The Easter bunny hosts this 10th annual underwater egg hunt off Key Largo to benefit Kids in Special Situations, a local charity for needy children. Open to divers and snorkelers.
Contact: (305) 451-3020

 April 17 to April 18

Art Festival Weekend Arts and craftsmen are to share their wares during the first annual event at Island Market Place, which features everything from jewelry to spices. Enjoy art, live music, food and fun. Open from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. daily, located at mile marker 101. Free admission.
Contact: Robert Sperry 305-731-9558

 April 23 to May 02

“The Producers” Mel Brooks’ outrageously funny, teeny bit offensive, off the wall, and recipient of 12 Tony awards, The Producers comes to Murray E. Nelson Government and Cultural Center, mile marker 102. Show dates April 23, 24, 30 and May 1 at 8 p.m. Matinees April 25, May 2 at 2 p.m. Tickets available online.

 April 23 to April 30

Key Largo Independence Celebration An independence celebration presented by Upper Keys Business Group, the week-long family fun event is to showcase the unique historical and cultural characteristics of Key Largo. Visit web site for schedule of events.
Contact: 305-394-3736

 April 10 to April 11

19th Annual Florida Keys Island Fest Music, Art, Food & Fun at Founder’s Park in Islamorada. Free admission, festival hours are 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. at Founder’s Park, mile marker 87 bayside on Plantation Key.
Contact: Chamber of Commerce 305-664-4503

 April 21

History of Diving Museum presents: FREE Seminar Series This month’s free seminar is to be given by Robert Clift, themed “Preservation of Florida Bay.” Starts at 7 p.m. at Diving Museum, mile marker 83 in Islamorada. Immerse yourself in the fun!
Contact: 305-664-9737
Email: info@divingmuseum.org

 April 24

Earth Day at Cheeca Lodge The annual celebration features entertainment, food, environmental education booths and sand-shaping sculptures on the beach.
Contact: (305) 267-1845

 April 24

Pops In The Park – Young Musicians Concert Florida Keys Community Concert Band presents the 2010 season finale at Islamorada Founders Park, Bayside, MM 87, Plantation Key. Performances are outdoors; no chairs provided. Starts at 4 p.m. Admission free.
Contact: (305) 853-7294

 April 30 to May 02

Florida Keys Fly Fishing School Learn fly fishing in saltwater with world class instruction in a fun and no-pressure environment. Two-day schools present a unique opportunity for beginners and experienced anglers, as well as couples. Call or visit Web site for details.
Contact: 305-664-5423
Email: info@floridakeysoutfitters.com

Bring you Pet to WoofStock 2010!

Tuesday, February 23rd, 2010

WoofStock 2010

 WOW, this was a huge success, we had over 1000 visitors to Islamorada for a day of fun and music with all kinds of both 2 legged and 4 legged friends. Look for this event next year and stay with us here at lookout Lodge Resort!

Things to do in Islamorada FEB-MAR 2010

Sunday, February 21st, 2010
Islamorada / February 26 to February 27
Backcountry Fly Championship
This new fly-fishing competition is to target snook and redfish in a region of the Keys that is famous for them.
Contact: Charlotte Ambrogio 305-664-2444
Email: csasun@aol.com
Food, fun and safety exhibits are to complement local artists’ booths and displays. The event is to help demonstrate the services of the Red Cross and commemorate the history of Red Cross houses and community recovery during the 1935 hurricane. Located at the Hurricane Monument, mile marker 81.6, from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.
Contact: 305-852-9612
Email: HuntJB@usa.redcross.org
Islamorada / March 05 to March 06
Anglers compete to catch the finned denizens of the flats and backcountry, fishing with one lure or one fly until they lose it.
Contact: Paul Tejera
Email: captbackbone@gmail.com
Islamorada / March 06
Layton Garden Club’s Annual Flea Market & Plant Sale
Join this small community surrounded by a 1,000 acre state park for their annual flea market and plant sale. City of Layton at City Hall, MM 68.5, from 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. Free admission, vendors and booths will display a variety of merchandise.
Contact: Suzanne Murchie 305-664-2064
Islamorada / March 11 to March 14
Florida Keys Survivor
In this backcountry elimination draw tournament, the winner is the sole survivor.
Contact: Sharon Mahoney Ellenwood 305-393-6174
Islamorada / March 17
This month’s free seminar is to be given by Phil Newsum, themed “Commercial Diving Heroes.” Starts at 7 p.m. at Diving Museum, mile marker 83 in Islamorada. Immerse yourself in the fun!
Contact: 305-664-9737
Email: info@divingmuseum.org
Islamorada / March 20
This music and art festival features local and guest artists performing on the shores of Florida Bay at the TIB Amphitheater at Founders Park, mile marker 87 on U.S. 1.
Contact: 305-394-2765
Islamorada / March 26 to March 28
Learn fly fishing in saltwater with world class instruction in a fun and no-pressure environment. Two-day schools present a unique opportunity for beginners and experienced anglers, as well as couples. Call or visit Web site for details.
Contact: 305-664-5423
Email: info@floridakeysoutfitters.com

Wine and Fun!!!!

Thursday, October 15th, 2009
Nov. 14-16
in Islamorada
Wine On The Water — A Wine Symposium

Set on an island known for its bountiful tropical fruit and fresh seafood, the festival incorporates island-style food and wine pairings. Events take place at  mile marker 82.1 Oceanside just 5 miles from Lookout Lodge Resort. WineGlasses click here.


Lookout Lodge Resort 87770 Overseas Highway Islamorada, Florida 33036 United States Phone: 305.852.9915 Toll Free: 800.870.1772 Fax: 305.852.3035