Fireworks at St. Augustine Beach during Beach Blast Off on Tuesday, December 31 at the St. Augustine Beach Pier & Pavilion, 350 A1A Beach…
When you think of Christmas in the nation’s Oldest City, two things immediately come to mind. Number one on the list in the fabulous Nights of Lights. Not far behind is the St. Augustine Ballet Nutcracker, now in its amazing 11th year.
Performances are scheduled at 1:30 p.m. and 7 p.m. on Saturday, Dec. 21 and Sunday, Dec. 22 in downtown St. Augustine’s Lewis Auditorium.
The 65th Annual St. Augustine Christmas Parade will take place at 9 a.m. Saturday, December 7 in downtown St. Augustine. Florida’s Most Festive Christmas Parade!
Limelight Theatre stages Every Christmas Story Ever Told and Then Some during the 2019 holiday season.
The free Nights of Lights Park and Ride Shuttle returns for another year offering transportation into the heart of downtown during one of the busiest seasons of the year.
From floridashistoriccoast.com St. Augustine’s annual Nights of Lights celebration features millions of white lights outlining the trees and architecture of the city. One of…
Saint Augustine Ballet Artistic Director Luis Abella is excited to present the 11th Annual Nutcracker to the community. This holiday favorite will be staged on Saturday, December 21 and Sunday, December 22— at 1:30 p.m. and 7:00 p.m. both days
Nights of Lights has been listed among the top ten holiday light displays in the world by National Geographic. And for a good reason. During Nights of Lights, St. Augustine glows with holiday magic – from the ground to the rooftops. St. Augustine’s Nights of Lights features millions of tiny white lights that create a magical atmosphere in the Nation’s Oldest City.
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.
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.