Community Partners Program Directory

Becoming a Community Partner shows the LGBTQ+ community and our allies that you are LGBTQ+ friendly and excited to serve them. It also shows the community at large that you are dedicated to serving everyone equally, regardless of who they are!
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History Class Brewing Company

6 E 4th St, Panama City, FL 32401


History Class Brewing Company is a place for our community to gather and share stories around great food & beverage. We love this town and the stories of how it was built, so we celebrate the history of Panama City, how it was founded, and the people who built it.  It was built by ordinary people who gathered and did extraordinary things together. We offer our community a warm & welcoming place where they can gather, meet each other, support progress by supporting each other, and help Bay County realize it's untapped potential.

Studio 37 Salon

8317 Front Beach Road, Suite 37 C

Studio 37 was created by owner, Linda Arnold, along with each of the hard working stylists that are a part of our team. As a strong group of women who are connected by, not only our love for the industry, but also as friends who care for and lift each other up. Each one of us have worked together to create our salon into a comfortable place where we hope you can enjoy your time in the chair.

you, me, & gemma louise

we are chelsea, jess, & (you guessed it) gemma! the idea of this brand is all thanks to young living. we switched the products in our home & loved wearing the oils, so jess began making diffuser bracelets for us. friends & family quickly showed interest and the rest is history! in October 2020 we decided to make jess’s long time dream of owning a small mercantile boutique become a reality with the expansion from bracelets to many other accessories you will find on our site. we're so glad you stopped by! have a look around, we hope you find something you love.

Bay Arts Alliance

19 E 4th St, Panama City, FL 32401


Bay Arts is committed to making diversity, equity, and inclusion part of everything we do — it’s why our vision of Art on Every Corner is so meaningful to us. We believe art should be accessible to everyone regardless of age, race, or socioeconomic status.

Being inclusive is making sure that everyone has a seat at the table and an opportunity to be heard. Therefore, it is important to Bay Arts to maintain a diverse board and team. We also give a monthly opportunity for anyone to join us for a round table discussion in our Main Gallery. This monthly Arts Luncheon allows us to face head on the challenges of inequity in our arts community together. 

Liza's Munchies
Slice House
Sound Collective
Little Village
Barefoot on the Bay
TK Chevron Food Mart- St. Andrews
Main Street Antiques
Lil Rascals
Smashed Wine Bar
The Black Swan Studio
Palmetto Paint PC
Holmes Hair Studio