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- Trivia!!! Night at Ancient City Brewing Company, 3420 Agricultural Center Dr. – 7:30-10:30 PM
- Open Mic Night – Tradewinds Lounge 5-9 p.m.
- Rob Peck & Matanzas Allstars Jam – Hammock Wine 6-9 p.m.
SATURDAYS & SUNDAYS
- St. Augustine Farmer’s Market at the Amphitheatre (Saturday) 9 a.m -12 p.m.
- St. Augustine Flea Market 9-4 p.m.
- Salt Air Farmer’s Market 10-2 p.m. – 101 Tolstoy Ln., Marineland
CABARET AT THE LIMELIGHT THEATRE
Through Oct. 21: This musical is playing on the main stage at the Limelight Theatre. Performance times are 7:30 p.m. Thursday-Saturday and 2 p.m. on Sunday. Tickets are $26 general admission, $24 seniors, $20 students and military.
11 Old Mission Avenue
OCT 6-NOV 4 SYKES FAMILY FARMS CROP MAZE
Fall is in the air at Sykes Family Farms! This family friendly event offers a corn maze, hayride, playgrounds, races, and viewing of farm animals. Since 2010, Sykes Family Farms has been providing folks of all ages with “Agritainment!” You may wonder what this means… We combine a 9-acre corn maze full of “cornfusing” twists and turns, “live” entertainment including, Jack, the loudest hee-hawing donkey around, and lots of “farmtastic” family fun. The farm is open Friday 6-10 p.m., Saturday 10 a.m.-10 p.m., and Sunday 10 a.m.-5 p.m. 5995 Brough Road, Elkton, FL 32033
OCT 17-NOV 14 FISHING CLINIC 101
St. Johns County Parks and Recreation is offering free fishing clinics on select Wednesdays in October and November. It is recommended to bring sunscreen, sunglasses, hat, water bottle, fishing rod and reel with fishing line. The clinic takes place at the Usina Boat Ramp from 9 a.m.-11 a.m. 603 Euclid Avenue, 904-209-0335
OCT 26-27 ESTUSCARY FESTIVAL & HAUNTED FOREST TRAIL
The GTM Research Reserve brings you this fun Halloween event on Friday and Saturday, which begins at 6 p.m. at the GTM Research Reserve Visitor Center and features kid-friendly booths, candy, popcorn, food truck, games, and Haunted Forest Tours. Admission into the festival is free. Tickets for the tours are $10 per person at the door and $8 per person in advance. 505 Guana River Road, Ponte Vedra Beach
OCT 2-31 ORIGINS OF HALLOWEEN AND HAUNTED PUB CRAWL TOUR
Learn about how many present-day Halloween customs began — bonfires, jack-o-lanterns, costumes and masks, trick-or-treating — as you search for ghosts and goblins at pubs and taverns in St. Augustine’s historic downtown district on this exclusive 2.5-hour halloween tour with our licensed, professional ghost-hunting guide. Learn to use EMF meters and professional ghost-hunting equipment, which is provided to you during the tour and included in your ticket price. Tickets are $25 per person. Advance reservations required.
1 St. George Street – 904-825-0087
OCT 5 – 27 HAUNTED BARN AT THE DOWNTOWN FARM MARKET
Rype & Readi is hosting this haunted barn at its downtown location from 7-9 p.m. every Friday and Saturday evening in October. Visit the website for ticket costs and to purchase tickets.
Rype & Readi – 115 La Quinta Place – 904-429-3070
OCT 15-21 SAIRA RESTAURANT WEEK
St. Augustine Independent Restaurant Association (SAiRA) is hosting a celebration of the local dining experience during this week. Foodies can take a tour of local cuisine from more than 12 independently owned SAiRA member restaurants located throughout St. Augustine. Chefs from each restaurant will prepare special, adventurous, and delicious lunch and dinner menu experiences for participants. Visit the website for further details.
OCT 19-20 ST. AUGUSTINE SONGWRITERS FESTIVAL
Hear the stories behind your favorite No. 1 songs by the writers who wrote them. Songwriters are always behind the scenes, but not at this event, which takes place at Prohibition Kitchen, 119 St. George St., and Colonial Oak Music Park, 33 St. George St. Visit the website for the performance schedule. Admission is free.
Prohibition Kitchen – 119 St. George Street – 904-342-2857
OCT 19 LIGHTNER MUSEUM ANNIVERSARY WINE WALK
Celebrate the Lightner Museum’s 70th anniversary and the Alcazar Hotel’s 130th anniversary as the museum’s “Get Gilded” theme continues with a spectacular array of wine and food samplings stationed throughout the museum property. An immersive creative experience, the wine walk will not only be a delectable culinary experience, but it will also be a feast for the eyes and ears, incorporating various musical and living art performances.
Lightner Museum – 75 King Street – 904-824-2874
OCTOBER 20 CRACKER DAY
The St. Johns County Cattlemen’s Association is hosting this event at the St. Johns County Fairgrounds featuring horse games and food, including barbecue. Gates open at 6 a.m., and the event is from 8 a.m.-5 p.m. Admission is $5 (cash only). Registration to compete in the horse games ranges from $5-$15.
St. Johns County Cattlemen’s Association – 5840 SR 207, Elkton – 904-209-0332
OCT 19-27 THE HOLLER-WEEN FESTIVAL
Join the Florida Agricultural Museum from 6:30-11 p.m. for this bash that features haunted trails, a haunted house, wagon rides, and fun for the entire family. Admission is $15 for adults and $10 for youth ages.
Florida Agricultural Museum – 7900 Old Kings Road North, Palm Coast – 386-446-7630
OCT 19 COLT FORD AT THE PONTE VEDRA CONCERT HALL
American country music artist Colt Ford will perform live at the Ponte Vedra Concert Hall. Ford is best known for his groundbreaking hybrid of country, blues, rock and rap rhythms. Doors open at 7 p.m., and the performance is at 8 p.m. Admission is $35.
Ponte Vedra Concert Hall – 1050 A1A North, Ponte Vedra
NOV 1 TOYS FOR TOTS 2018
The Toys for Tots 2018 campaign kicks off November 1 in St. Johns County. Please donate new, unwrapped toys so that underprivileged youth, ages infant -12, can enjoy the holiday season. Collection boxes can be found at various businesses throughout St. Johns County, or you can locate the nearest collection center to you by going online to the Toys for Tots website. The same website can be used to register a child to receive toys from the Toys for Tots program.
NOV 2 FIRST FRIDAY ART WALK
From 5-9 p.m. on the first Friday of every month, the Art Galleries of St. Augustine association features new exhibits, refreshments, and live music at many participating galleries. The event is held rain or shine inside the member galleries and is a free, self-guided walking tour. Tour maps are available at participating galleries or on the website. Historic Area St. Augustine
NOV 2 LIMELIGHT THEATRE MURDER MYSTERY GALA
This annual fundraising gala, held at the Tringali Barn, provides live theatre and camp scholarships to the community through Limelight’s KidzfACTory.
Limelight Theatre – 7310 US 1 South – 904-825-1164
NOV 3 FLAGLER COLLEGE 50TH ANNIVERSARY CAMPUS OPEN HOUSE
This open house is part of Flagler College’s 50th anniversary celebration and runs from 10 a.m.- 2 p.m. Guests can check in at the Lewis Memorial Gazebo in the West Lawn, where coffee and tour information, including a punch card, will be provided. As guests visit the participating locations, they can get their card punched. The first 50 guests who complete the tour and submit their completed punch card at the Legacy store will receive a Flagler swag bag. All others will still receive a 20% discount on one item with completed punch card. The participating locations are Hotel Ponce de Leon, Solarium, Pollard Hall, Hanke Hall, Markland House, WFCF Radio Station, Alumni House, Crisp- Ellert Art Museum, Proctor Library, Ringhaver Student Center, and Abare Commons. Admission is free.
Flagler College – 74 King Street, 904-829-6481
NOV 4 GREAT CHOWDER DEBATE
The Conch House hosts the Great Chowder Debate each year, which benefits Big Brothers and Big Sister of St. Johns County. The event is from noon-4 p.m., and event guests can taste chowder prepared by 40 of the best restaurants in the St. Augustine area. The event will also have live music. The cost is $1 per taste.
Conch House – 57 Comares Avenue, 904-829-8646
NOV 4 SPOONBILLS & SPROCKETS CYCLING TOUR
Experience the beautiful A1A Scenic Byway by bike. The tour starts in Marineland and consists of cycling routes that pass through historic St. Augustine, the Hammock, and Flagler Beach. The race has 36, 72, or 100 mile routes and takes place from 7 a.m.-5 p.m. A catered lunch is available to riders at the end of the race.
Marineland – 9600 N. Oceanshore Blvd. Palm Coast, 904-425- 8055
NOV 9 KILIMANJARO
This show at Monarch Studio is a photographic journey to the roof of Africa. Award-Winning Photographer Scott Smith’s work takes viewers on a journey through photographs of the climb to the highest freestanding mountain. The event is from 5:30 p.m.-9 p.m. Admission is free. Food and drinks will be available. 203 W. King Street, 904-516-8203
NOV 10 HABITAT FOR HUMANITY CELEBRATES 25 YEARS IN ST. AUGUSTINE
Please join Habitat for Humanity St. Augustine/St. Johns County under the stars at the St. Augustine Amphitheatre for their 25th anniversary party! They are celebrating building 140 affordable homes in St. Johns County!
The party consists of cocktails (2 drink tickets/cash bar), heavy hors d’oeuvres (ByDesign Catering), dessert, photo booth, live music by Avenue D and a silent auction! Cocktail Attire. Tickets are $75. To attend, email Beth Ellis.
NOV 7-18 RIVER CITY PLAYERS PRESENT, “DON’T DRESS FOR DINNER”
River City Players announces their fall production of the play “Don’t Dress for Dinner” at the Scarlett-Hill Theater inside of the Larimer Arts Center in downtown Palatka. The production will run a total of nine performances beginning on Wednesday, November 7 and ending with a matinee performance on November 18. Tickets for the comedy are available online at the River Players Palatka website or by calling Elizabeth at 904-377-5044.
NOV 9-10 16TH ANNUAL JEAN CLAUDE ROY ART TOUR
Grand Bohemian Gallery’s annual tour features an exclusive collection of new works by Jean Claude Roy. On Friday, there is an artist reception at 6 p.m. at the Grand Bohemian Gallery, 49 King St., where guests will be able to meet the artist while experiencing his work of colorful landscapes and sampling wine and cheese. The reception is free, and RSVP isn’t required. 49 King Street, 904-829-6880
NOV 9-10 HOLIDAY SHOPPES PONTE VEDRA BEACH
The Cultural Center at Ponte Vedra Beach’s Holiday Shoppes shopping extravaganza features unique boutiques from all over the country offering everything from beautiful clothing and jewelry to home accessories, toys, food trucks and more. The event takes place at the Sawgrass Marriott from 10 a.m.-6:30 p.m. each day. Admission is $5. 1050 A1A North1000 PGA Tour Blvd., Ponte Vedra Beach, 904-280-0614
NOV 10 LINCOLNVILLE PORCH FEST
This musical event takes place at many locations throughout Lincolnville in downtown St. Augustine from noon- 9pm. Admission is free. Visit Facebook for a list of locations and performances.
NOV 11 ST. AUGUSTINE HALF MARATHON
The St. Augustine Half Marathon offers something for every runner, with not only a 13.1-mile race but also a 10K and 5K. The half marathon begins at the Castillo de San Marcos, 1 S. Castillo Dr., and the 10K and 5K begin at Francis Field, 25 W. Castillo Dr. Francis Field.
NOV 10-11 VETERANS WEEKEND AT THE WORLD GOLF HALL OF FAME
The World Golf Hall of Fame & Museum will celebrate Veterans Day with a special promotion. All active duty military, veterans, and their dependents will receive free admission to the World Golf Hall of Fame. Enjoy a round on the 18-hole natural grass putting green for just $5 per person. Take two shots on the Challenge Hole for just $5 (or five shots for $10). Visit the website for more information. The museum is open Monday through Saturday 10 a.m.-6 p.m. and Sunday noon-6 p.m. One World Golf Place, St. Augustine
NOV 11 VINCE GILL AT THE ST. AUGUSTINE AMPHITHEATRE
Country Music Hall of Famer and Grammy award-winning artist Vince Gill will be live at the St. Augustine Amphitheatre. Doors open at 6:30 p.m., and the performance is at 8 p.m.
Visit the St. Augustine Ampitheatre Website
NOV 13 FLAGLER FORUM ON GOVERNMENT AND PUBLIC POLICY
Elaine Povich will be speaking at Flagler College in the Lewis Auditorium at 7 p.m. This talk is part of Flagler College’s Forum on Government and Public Policy series. Admission is free. 14 Granada Street, St. Augustine. 904-826-8617
NOV 14 NAPOLEON DYNAMITE: A CONVERSATION WITH JON HEDER, EFREN RAMIREZ AND TINA MAJORINO
The beloved film series Community First Night Owl Cinema returns to the St. Augustine Amphitheatre and to celebrate, the stars of Napoleon Dynamite are coming to St. Augustine for a screening and discussion of the 2004 cult classic film. This unique evening will include a full screening of Napoleon Dynamite followed by a lively, freewheeling, moderated discussion with fan-favorite cast members: Jon Heder (Napoleon Dynamite), Efren Ramirez (Pedro) and Tina Majorino (Deb). Doors open at 6 p.m., and the event begins at 7 p.m.
NOV 16-18 FLORIDA TINY HOUSE MUSIC FESTIVAL
The United Tiny House Association will feature a large assortment of tiny houses and micro homes, workshops, presentations, vendors, entertainment, youth activities, music and much more at the St. Johns County Fairgrounds. The event begins at 5 p.m. on Friday and 9 a.m. on Saturday and Sunday.
NOV 16 FREE SPEAKER SERIES: 500 YEARS OF MARITIME FLORIDA
The St. Augustine Lighthouse and Maritime Museum hosts this free speaker series. The speaker is Dr. Michael Francis. The talk is titled Before Jamestown: Europeans, Africans and Indians in La Florida, 1513-1607. The event is at 6 p.m. at the St. Augustine Lighthouse & Maritime Museum. 81 Lighthouse Avenue, St. Augustine.
NOV 17 SUPER SCENIC 72-MILE GARAGE SALE
Spend the day shopping along the A1A Scenic & Historic Coastal Byway during this 72-mile garage sale from Ponte Vedra to Flagler Beach. The event is from 8 a.m.-2 p.m. and features 10 community sites and more than 100 other stops. Visit the website for a map of the participating locations. 904-377-7813
NOV 17 HOLLY JOLLY SHOPPING SPREE
The Holly Jolly Shopping Spree will take place from 8:45 a.m.-3:30 p.m. and begins at the Old Jail/Old Town Trolley Tours. Get a start on your holiday shopping by finding gifts for those on your list along San Marco Avenue. A sightseeing trolley will take shoppers down San Marco Avenue with stops along the way. The $45 ticket includes a trolley ride, lunch at Raintree Restaurant and special discounts from retailers. There will also be a Carrera’s Sparkling Soirée from 9 a.m.-10 a.m. to kick off the event. 167 San Marco Avenue, St. Augustine. 904-495-5292
NOV 17 LIGHT-UP! NIGHT
The start of the 25th annual Nights of Lights is Light-Up! Night, which begins at 4 p.m. with a spirited performance by Showtime USA, a high-energy song and dance troupe of young people that delivers a wide variety of holiday musical favorites. Showtime’s performance will be in front of St. Augustine’s City Hall, the Lightner Museum, located at 75 King St. Then, at 5:30 p.m., from the historic Plaza de la Constitución Gazebo, All Star Orchestra takes the stage with great swing and big band sounds all in grand holiday style. The Light Up! Night ceremony begins at 6:30 p.m. in the plaza, where the switch to the Nights of Lights is flipped to illuminate the city. The concert continues after the ceremony until 8 p.m. 904-825-1004,
NOV 20 MARINELAND MONTHLY LECTURE
This free lecture series hosted by the GTM Research Reserve is held from 10 a.m.-11 a.m. at Marineland Dolphin Adventure. The speaker is Matanzas Riverkeeper Jen Lomberk. Tickets must be purchased online. Please bring ticket to the Marineland gift shop on the day of the scheduled presentation to gain entry. Please arrive by 9:45 a.m. at the gift shop to be escorted to the classroom.
Marineland – 9600 Ocean Shore Blvd., St. Augustine, 904-823-4500
NOV 22 HAPPY THANKSGIVING BUFFET AT RENAISSANCE
Enjoy Thanksgiving at Renaissance World Golf Village Resort. The buffet is offered from 11 a.m.-3 p.m. The cost is $48 for adults and $42 for seniors. Enjoy entertainment by Ken Edwards. Call for reservations. 904-940-8696
World Golf Village – 500 South Legacy Trail, St. Augustine
NOV 22-25 45TH ANNUAL DAYTONA TURKEY RUN
The Turkey Run is the largest combined Collector Car Show, Swap Meet and Car Corral in the USA. Car enthusiasts from across the US and internationally make their way twice a year to racing’s most celebrated location, the Daytona International Speedway. Started in 1974, the event is held on Thanksgiving weekend and the last weekend in March. Participants and spectators enjoy more than 6000 vintage and classic cars, muscle cars, trucks, and other wheeled vehicles displayed for show and sale. The show also includes over 2500 swap meet spaces, an Artisan Alley, Live Entertainment, and many types of food. In its history, more than $7 million of profits from the Turkey Run have funded charitable organizations, as well as many local programs, projects, and recreational facilities. 1801 W International Speedway Blvd, Daytona Beach.
NOV 24-25 53RD ANNUAL ST. AUGUSTINE ART & CRAFT FESTIVAL
This annual festival hosted by the St. Augustine Art Association on Thanksgiving weekend features more than 150 artists offering painting, pottery, jewelry, glassware, sculpture, fiber art, photography and mixed media at Francis Field. This signature art event has attracted fine artists from across the United States and thousands of visitors during its 50-plus year tradition. Area musicians and performers from the Gamble Rogers Folk Festival will entertain both days, and at the Kids Art Zone, kids will get creative in a hands-on/online art rocks challenge.
St. Augustine Art Association – 25 W. Castillo Drive, St. Augustine
NOV 24 UPTOWN SATURDAY NIGHT
Uptown Saturday Night is the perfect event for fashionistas, art lovers and antique shoppers from 5 p.m.-8 p.m. on the last Saturday of each month. Uptown Saturday Night takes place year-round and combines a festive party atmosphere with hospitality and special deals in the unique shops on St. Augustine’s San Marco Avenue, concentrated between Ripley’s Museum and the Mission Nombre de Dios. Many participating shops also serve refreshments. San Marco Avenue, St. Augustine
NOV 27 NIGHT MARKET AT THE ST. AUGUSTINE AMPHITHEATRE
The Night Market, taking place the fourth Tuesday of each month at the St. Augustine Amphitheatre from 6 p.m.-9 p.m., meets the demand for locally made goods and gifts. The Night Market hosts up to 90 vendors specializing in handmade crafts and goods. The Night Market also features live entertainment and activities. The Night Market is free to enter and open to all ages.
NOV 29 MARC BROUSSARD & HIS BAND IN CONCERT
The Ponte Vedra Concert Hall proudly welcomes Marc Broussard & His Band to the stage. Broussard’s “Bayou Soul” musical style is a unique mix of funk, blues, R&B, rock and pop mixed with distinct Southern roots. Doors open at 7 p.m., and the performance is at 8 p.m. Ponte Vedra Concert Hall – 1050 A1A North Ponte Vedra Beach
DECEMBER 8-9 ST. AUGUSTINE WINTER SPECTACULAR
The St. Augustine Winter Spectacular, “the newest holiday production in the nation’s oldest city”, will be held on Saturday, December 8th at 7pm and Sunday, December 9th at 2pm in the Lewis Auditorium at Flagler College amidst the festive Nights of Lights downtown. This original production is a fun-filled holiday show with music and dancing, kick lines mimicking Rockette precision, dancers en pointe in dazzling tutus, and a multitude of characters and acrobats sure to delight the entire family! The production is now in its sixth year and has become a highly sought-after ticket for both residents and visitors.
Tickets for the St. Augustine Winter Spectacular go on sale to the public beginning Saturday, October 27th. Tickets can be purchased online as assigned seats through the event website. Sponsorship opportunities are available and enable pre-purchase tickets. Please call The Dance Company at 904-471-4946 or email the studio for more information.
DECEMBER 22-23 ANNUAL CAR SHOW – ANCIENT CITY AUTO CLUB
The Ancient City Auto Club of St. Augustine hosts its 33rd annual car show at the Florida School for The Deaf and The Blind. The show is from 11 a.m.-3 p.m., and registration is from 8 a.m.-11 a.m. All vehicles are welcome and first through third trophies will be awarded in 29 classes for vehicles 1992 and older. Part of the proceeds from the show benefit the Florida School for The Deaf and The Blind. Vehicle registration ranges from $20-$25. Admission is free for spectators and non-modified vehicles that are 1942 and older. 207 N. San Marco Avenue. 904-797-7732.
DEC 1 THE ST. AUGUSTINE CHRISTMAS PARADE
St. Augustine’s annual Christmas Parade is one of the largest in North Florida with more than 2,000 people participating in the parade. The two-hour parade includes floats, marching bands, cars, horses and the arrival of Santa. The parade starts at 9 a.m. by the Mission Nombre de Dios off San Marco Avenue, continues through the downtown streets of historic St. Augustine, and ends near the Historic Downtown Parking Facility located at 1 Cordova Street. Mission Nombre De Dios and through the Historic Streets of St. Augustine
DEC 1 COLONIAL NIGHT WATCH
The St. Augustine Colonial Night Watch will take place on Saturday December 1 from 9:00 a.m. to 9:00 p.m. Activities and an encampment area depicting eighteenth century combined Spanish, British, French, colonial militia and Native American military arts, culture and lifestyles will be presented during the day at the Colonial Quarter Museum and the Castillo de San Marcos, while the Saint Augustine Colonial Night Watch Torchlight Parade will be held beginning at 7:00 p.m. on Saturday.
A Colonial Social Gathering for participants and the general public will be held in the Hispanic/Queen Isabella Garden at the corner of St. George and Hypolita Streets on Saturday from 1:00 to 4:00 p.m. Portrayals interpreting colonial military and Native American life, drills and weapons demonstrations, and women’s activities of the period from 1739 (the beginning of the War of Jenkin’s Ear) to 1784 (the end of the British period in St. Augustine’s history) will be presented. Visit the Historic Florida Militia Internet web site.
DEC 7 FIRST FRIDAY: GARDEN WALK
Visit Washington Oaks Gardens State Park on the First Friday of every month for a guided tour of the beautiful gardens. Meet in the garden parking lot at 10 a.m. and wear comfortable shoes. The tour will last approximately one hour. 6400 N. Oceanshore Blvd, Palm Coast
DEC 9 TELLING THE STORY OF CRYPTO-JEWS IN THE SOUTHEAST US
The Society for Crypto-Judaic Studies (SCJS) and the St. Augustine Jewish Historical Society (SAJHS) cordially invites you to attend this unique conference that will explore the lives and challenges faced by Jews who traveled to America to escape the Inquisition and persecution that confronted them because of their religious heritage. Cost: $50 before October 15, 2018, $65 thereafter. Conference registration includes attendance, lunch, keynote speaker, and coffee service in the morning. Registration payment can be sent to Box 174, SAJHS Conference, 701 Market Street, Suite 111, St Augustine, FL 32095. Inquiries regarding the conference should be directed to the Society of Crypto-Judaic Studies or to 804-914-4460.
DEC 9 ST AUGUSTINE MAKERS FEST™
The third-annual St. Augustine Makers Fest™ will be held on Sunday, Dec 9, 2018 from 11 a.m.-5 p.m. at the St Augustine Amphitheatre, 1340C A1A South, St. Augustine, Florida. Presented by Friends of the St Augustine Amphitheatre, the festive celebration of “Makers” of all kinds will showcase the work of over 40 local and regional artisans, artists, chefs, brewers, musicians, dancers and performers. Admission is $5 per adult, free for kids 0-17. Just in time for holiday shopping, the event will feature one-of-a-kind gifts and crafts, unique apparel, jewelry, home décor, and more. A variety of fun, hands-on activities will be offered at designated Makers Stations where participants of all ages may tap into their own Makers spirit. This year will see brand new Makers Stations, as well as the return of a few favorites, grouped into Paper World, Textile World, and Nature World. Art installations will be located at the entrance to each world, along with a lounge area for relaxation and conversation – all under the big top. For those wishing to explore their creativity in greater depth, select artists and artisans will be offering educational workshops. 602-370-0794
DEC 14 BAND CONCERT
The Saint Augustine Concert Band performs their Holiday Concert at Pacetti Bay Middle School at 7:30 p.m. on December 14. Under the direction of Geoffrey Magnani and a dedicated executive board, the Saint Augustine Concert band is flourishing in Saint Augustine.
DEC 14 “A CHRISTMAS STORY”
Apex Theatre Studio presents “A Christmas Story” at the Ponte Vedra Concert Hall. This full-length comedy is based on the beloved film. The production, under the direction of Ian Mairs, managing director for Apex Theatre Studio, features a combination of faculty, students, and guest artists from the Northeast Florida area. Reserved seating is $25.