City Gate Spirits, Northeast Florida’s newest craft distillery, is hosting a grand opening celebration on Saturday, October 12th. The all-day event will celebrate the spirit of St. Augustine with free tastings, giveaways, games, live music and local cuisine.
It’s Supercalifragilisticexpialidocious! St. Johns County Center of the Arts (SJCCA) presents Mary Poppins, on stage October 3-5 at St. Augustine High School, 3205 Varella Ave., St. Augustine. Tickets are $15 for adults, and $10 for students. The 6 p.m. performance on Friday, Oct. 4 features $5 tickets for all students in grades k-12.
Pumpkin patches are popping up at area churches and other locations this fall in St. Augustine and St. Johns County. Here’s a list to start out the 2019 fall season.
On Thursday, October 24, roots reggae artist Matisyahu will make a stop in St. Augustine at the Backyard Stage at The St. Augustine Amphitheatre.
The nonprofit St. Augustine Lighthouse & Maritime Museum is offering a handcrafted wooden kayak to the community through a silent auction. Created by volunteers in Heritage Boatworks, the kayak is made from strips of red cedar, mahogany and cypress coated with fiberglass.
UPDATE: The St. Augustine Record has confirmed with the Soules’ family that the J&S Carousel will be removed on Monday, September 16. The antique…
St. Johns County residents with idea receive FREE or discounted admission the entire month of September 2019 at the following locations:
The annual St. Ambrose Fall Fair will be held from noon to 4 p.m. Sunday, Oct. 13, 2019 at St. Ambrose Catholic Church, 6070 Church Road, in Elkton, from State Road 207.
They’re back! Attention Ghost Hunter fans: Third time’s a charm! The St. Augustine Lighthouse & Maritime Museum will be featured at 9 p.m. Wednesday, September 4 on A&E in a new episode of Ghost Hunters called “Return to St. Augustine.” Prior to 2019, the original Ghost Hunters (TAPS, The Atlantic Paranormal Society), filmed at the St. Augustine Lighthouse in 2006 and 2008.
All are welcome to celebrate the founding of America’s oldest city and the establishment of the oldest parish of a permanent European settlement on Saturday, Sept. 7, at the Shrine of Our Lady of La Leche at Mision Nombre de Dios.
The celebration will begin with a 10 a.m. historical reenactment of the landing of the Spanish at the mission grounds by the Men of Menendez, followed by a reading of a proclamation by a City of St. Augustine representative. The festivities will close with an 11 a.m. Mass at the rustic altar celebrated by Bishop Felipe Estévez of the Diocese of St. Augustine.