Annual events include the Palm Harbor Chamber of Commerce Harbor Art Festival, the signature fine arts and crafts show in the area. Originally founded by Louise & Bill Hoskins. Besides prize money and ribbons awarded to the artists, the Bill & Louise Hoskins Scholarship is given annually to a Palm Harbor high school senior pursuing a career in the visual arts. Additional proceeds from the event benefit various clubs and organizations. The Palm Harbor Chamber also produces Evening Extraordinaire Fine Wine & Food Festival, Community Forums, Luncheons, Rocktoberfestival, 7 Chamber Summer Splash Tradeshow, Palm Harbor Citrus Festival, 7 Chamber Upper Pinellas Coalition Events, a Holiday Parade, and much more.
Visit our Event Calendar often to find complete details on all of our events!
Upcoming Ribbon Cuttings
Monday - August 29th
5:30 pm & (6pm Ribbon Cut)
Yia Yia's Greek Express
35220 US 19 N, Palm Harbor, FL
Wednesday, September 14th
5:30 & (6pm Ribbon cut)
Amazing Expressions Dental Studio
34812 US 19 N, Palm Harbor, FL
2015 Annual Awards Dinner Winners
2015 Palm Harbor Chamber Ambassador of the Year
Cary P. McCord- "Whitco Insurance Agency of Palm Harbor"
2015 Honorary Mayor
Frank Nabozny - "Green Tech Termite and Pest Control"
2015 Don Valk Citizen of the Year Award
Jordan Myers - "Keller Williams Realty"
2015 Distinguished Veteran Award
2015 Lifetime Achievement Award
Bill Gallant - "Bills Super Gas & Auto Service Center",
"Bills Automotive Repairs, Tires & Mobil Gas"
2015, 501C3 Non Profit Award
Harvest Time Food Pantry, "World Wide Word of Faith Church"
2015 Small Business of the Year
Chris & Missy Bohr - "Complete Auctions & Estate Sales, Inc."
2015 Medium Business of the Year
Bill Gallant - "Bills Automotive Repairs, Tires & Mobil Gas"
2015 Large Business of the Year
Paul Toomey - "Geographic Solutions, Inc."
2015 East Lake Firefighter of the Year
Lieutenant Paramedic Michael Porch
2015 Palm Harbor Firefighter of the Year
Lieutenant Ray Tracy
2015 Law Enforcement officer of the Year
Deputy Adam Przybysz, Deputy Ted Biama