The Labor Day holiday weekend is one of the busiest times on St. Johns County’s beaches. St. Johns County lifeguards, St. Johns County Sheriff’s…
St. Johns County residents play tourist every September at area attractions, museums and other locations — with discounts offered to locals! Residents should bring a valid ID with St. Johns County address to receive the discounts – a driver’s license or voter registration card.
Historic Florida Militia, in cooperation with the Fountain of Youth Archaeological Park, will present a commemoration of the 455th anniversary of the founding of our city by Pedro Menendez de Aviles (on September 8, 1565) with a processional and celebration of the First Thanksgiving on Saturday, September 5, 2020.
In alignment with current health and safety guidelines, the 5th Annual Sing Out Loud Festival is postponed until September 2021. This year, the St. Johns County Cultural Events Division, in partnership with the St. Johns County Tourist Development Council, introduce a new version of the festival – Sing Out Loud: Virtual Sessions.
Lightner Museum announces the opening of Illuminate: Lightner Museum’s Stained Glass Rediscovered. On September 10, 2020, the museum will open this stunningly unique exhibition on the mezzanine above the location of the former indoor pool.
LIVE MUSIC Saturday, August 15 Chase Rideman of Chillula — 1 to 4 p.m. San Sebastian Winery Rooftop, 157 King St., downtown St. Augustine….
The City of St. Augustine, in cooperation with the Florida League of Cities and Engaging Local Government Leaders Network, is participating in City Hall…
First Coast Opera and A Classic Theatre will perform Penelope Ann’s Revenge: A Reading on Sunday, August 30, at 3:00pm in the sanctuary of…
St. Augustine, Fla. – Out of an abundance of caution due to COVID-19, the Diocese of St. Augustine has decided to cancel plans for the annual celebration of Founder’s Day at the National Shrine of Our Lady of La Leche at Mission Nombre de Dios.
The St. Augustine Lighthouse & Maritime Museum announces the opening of a new exhibit, “Guardians of the First Coast: Building Readiness for World War II,” on August 1, 2020. This exhibition, housed in the Museum’s 1941 Coastal Lookout Building, honors the brave men and women who defended our coast as World War II began.