The St. Augustine Amphitheatre is thrilled to announce that live music will resume in January 2021. The St. Augustine Amphitheatre reopens with blues & swampy Southern rock group JJ Grey & Mofro for two nights on Friday, January 15 and Saturday, January 16, 2021.
Local essential workers are featured in a 2021 calendar created by the Junior Service League of St. Augustine. In the spirit of giving back to the community, the calendar photos were taken at well known locations and landmarks in the nation’s oldest city, and funds raised will go back to nonprofits in St. Johns County.
During this season’s City of St. Augustine Nights of Lights, Old Town Trolley guests riding the famous Nights of Lights Trolley can be assured of a safe and expedited tour experience during the favorite holiday event in the Nation’s Oldest City.
St. Augustine photographer Jackie Hird has been creating calendars featuring stunning St. Augustine scenery since 2015. Her 2021 calendar is now available, with 12 new photographs and local event details on all 12 months, and there’s even a BONUS month with updated events for December.
New hours are 9 AM to 5 PM Wednesday through Sunday St. Augustine, FL – Following guidance from the White House, Centers for Disease…
From Ancient City Tours Ancient City Tours announces the 15th Annual St. George Street Trick or Treating will take place Sunday, October 25, 2020….
Fall 2020 family fun days at area farms in St. Johns County, Putnam County, and Green Cove Springs.
Proper social distancing practices to be implemented and personal Pprotection equipment encouraged On Saturday, October 10, 2020, The St. Augustine Amphitheatre Farmers Market will…
Live music calendar for October 2020, sponsored by Hasty’s St. Augustine Flooring. To submit events for the calendar, please email firstname.lastname@example.org Colonial Oak Music…
The St. Augustine Lighthouse & Maritime Museum received the tail section of a World War II-era plane that washed up along South Ponte Vedra Beach during the recent nor’easter. The initial findings suggest that the part came from a F4F Wildcat, an aircraft produced by the Grumman Aircraft Engineering Corporation mostly based on aircraft carriers. The section includes a tail hook suggesting it was carrier-based.