Love to the Sponsors


“Give credit where credit is due.” A saying that rings true in virtually every situation. So, lets give credit to the sponsors that make KonkLife possible. Sponsors that we take pride in, because of their great work and products that we are proud of and happy to collaborate with. 

First, we’d like to give a shoutout to Waterfront Playhouse, named “The Best Professional Theater in Florida,” according to Florida Monthly Magazine. Waterfront, as many know, utilizes Key West’s talented actors, directors, and designers, as well as internationally known luminaires to put on a wide range of theatrical fare within its intimate 150-seat theater. Get excited for their annual Waterfront Playhouse Welcome Back Party! Which will be held on Saturday, December 3rd, from 6-9pm. The backyard party will be at the home of Stuart and Susan Kaufman, featuring an open bar and small bites, as well as great music. Tickets are on sale at Waterfront Playhouse’s website, and retail for $125/pp. Thank you, Waterfront Playhouse!

The Studios of Key West is another very dear partner to us. A collaborative and supportive environment offering studio space, lectures, workshops, residencies, partnership projects, and of course, a bookstore, TSKW has it all. Their purpose is to remind people of their own creativity, empower artists to view and show the world in alternate ways, use the arts to foster friendships, and establish Key West as a beacon of cultural activity. TSKW constantly has new and exciting events for people to take part in, so be sure to head to their calendar to browse what might be your next favorite activity. Thanks, Studios of Key West!

The Key West Film Festival, which has already passed, is another sponsor we are proud to mention.  The 11th annual festival wrapped up on November 20th, and this year proved to be yet another incredible showcase of rich talent, ranging from many different diverse groups of people. We are already excited for next year!

Next up: The Key West Woman’s Club. A volunteer service organization founded in 1915, KWWC assists Key West and Monroe County non-profits with ongoing contributions from fundraising efforts by its membership. Some non-profits supported by the KWWC include Womankind, The Cancer Foundation of the Florida Keys, Habitat for Humanity, and more. The historic Hellings House Museum, in which the KWWC has begun a capital campaign for future generations, needs your help. She needs restoration to continue the mission of the KWWC. All donations will be matched, and all can be mailed to The Key West Woman’s Club! 

Rural Health Network of Monroe County, a community-based, non-for-profit organization is next up to be shouted out. They operate a comprehensive, high-quality health care center in the Lower Keys, providing primary health care, dental care, and access to pharmacy, behavioral health referrals, and substance abuse services. All members of the community have access to care, regardless of their ability to pay, thanks to a sliding scale charge. 

Lastly, shoutout to  My Wellness Express. A primary care office that caters to adults and children, with laboratories that offer an array of testing for all different concerns. As quoted on their website, “Our primary care facility is simply a cut above the rest.” They offer a wide variety of medical spa services as well, including Botox, VI Peels, and many others.

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