BIG PINE KEY
Cuban migrants come ashore
Four Cuban men who came ashore were treated by firefighters after being found hitchhiking about 4 a.m. Thursday on Big Pine Key, according to the Florida Highway Patrol.
Enrique Dominguez-Sanchez, 44, Enrique Domingo-Perez, 25, Dany Toledo-Gonzalez, 24, and Yoan Torres-Quinones, 24, had landed earlier at Bahia Honda State Park in a 15-foot wooden boat, FHP said.
Marathon Fire Rescue firefighters reportedly found them walking north on U.S. 1 at Mile Marker 32.
Federal agents responded from Miami and took the men into custody, reports say.
Art and book signing
The Key West Art Center, 301 Front St., will host its annual Celebrate the Season opening show and reception from 5 to 7 p.m. Sunday.
The holiday art opening will feature new works in a variety of media from the group's artist members.
Refreshments will be served.
Also joining the event this year will be commercial fisherman and author Peter Bacle, who will sign copies of his new book, "Trapped in Key West."
New artist at SoDu
The SoDu Gallery, 1102-B Duval St., will welcome new partner, artist Marci McGee, from 6 to 9 p.m. tonight for the First Friday Upper Duval Stroll.
A Key West resident since 1989, McGee is known for her use of bold colors on hand-painted cat clocks, canvas boat bags and silk scarves.
All of SoDu's partners will be on hand for the stroll: Janis Childs, Lainie Davia, Karen Beauprie and Fran Decker.
For details, call 305-296-4400 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.