November 2018 Calendar!
Schoolhouse Rock LIVE! At the St. Augustine Amphitheatre
Join the whole Schoolhouse Rock gang as we sing and dance our way through the curriculum November 6 at 7P in the St. Augustine Amphitheatre. The Murray Performing Arts Department will have you dancing in the aisles with Schoolhouse Rock favorites like I’m Just a Bill, Three is a Magic Number, Conjunction Junction, Inter-planet Janet and so many more. This interactive 60 minute show is appropriate for and sure to please all ages.1340 A1A South, Saint Augustine, Florida 32080
Switzerland Community Church Fall Festival
Join us for food trucks, hayrides, bounce houses and fun fall games! 2179 State Road 13, St. Johns, Florida 32259 m.me/switzerlandcommunitychurch. Call (904) 287-0330
Brew at the Zoo Jax
Delicious food and drink vendors from around Jacksonville, live music, games, and more in the amazing setting of the Jacksonville Zoo and Gardens. All proceeds from the event benefit the care and feeding of our 2,000 animals and over 1,000 plants.Guests will enjoy unlimited tastes of over 150 craft and import beers, spirits, wine and non-alcoholic beverages, and sample food from local restaurants. VIPs will have access to an exclusive full bar. All guests will enjoy listening to live music, playing fun games, and more! 21 and up event with valid ID. Admission by boat is not permitted. www.jacksonvillezoo.org/brewatthezoo
The End of World War I - 100th anniversary event
Public · Hosted by Mandarin Museum & Historical Society
This event will take place at the Mandarin Museum in Walter Jones Historical Park, 11964 Mandarin Road. The special presentation with the Mandarin High School NJROTC Color Guard and speaker/author Paul Ghiotto is at 11:00 am. The Losco Winery log cabin will be open from 9-4 except from 11-12 during the presentation. For more information, please call 268-0784 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
November 9 & Nov 10
Deck the Palms 2018
63 San Marco Ave, St Augustine, FL 32084-3257, United States
Join us Friday, November 9th 4pm-8pm and Saturday 10th 10am-8pm for our Dashing charity event. This year's theme is "Deck The Palms". For more information go Deck the Palms or The Starlight Project on Facebook.
Farmer's Market at the World Golf Village
World Golf Hall of Fame - 1 World Golf Pl, Saint Augustine, Florida 3209/ 4-7pm
Wine & Trucks - Edible Northeast Florida's Fall Festival
Who says a bottle of wine can't pair perfectly with casual eats? Edible Northeast Florida's first-ever community food and wine festival will feature a wine-tasting area and local food truck fare, along with live music, craft beer, vendors and plenty of fun for both adults and families alike. If you love wine and you love food, this is one local event you won't want to miss!FOOD TRUCKS:Pinegrove Market and Deli, Full Of Crepe Food Truck, Manny's Curbside Bistro
What's The Catch - jaxcatch.com, Twisted Okie, Kaboom Kababs, Jammasjax, Son of a Butcher, Pie Daddy, Stuft - Restaurant . Food Truck . Hot Sauce, El Mariachi Loko Jax www.
Light-Up! Night, the official start of Nights of Lights
Festivities begin at 4:00pm with a spirited performance by Showtime USA, a high energy song and dance troupe of young people that deliver a wide variety of holiday musical favorites. Showtime’s performance will be in front of St. Augustine’s City Hall, the Lightner Museum, 75 King St.
Then at 5:30pm from the historic Plaza de la Constitución Gazebo, the All Star Orchestra takes the stage with great swing and big band sounds all in grand holiday style.
At 6:30pm, the lighting ceremony begins that culminates with the turning of a switch that fills every corner of the city with brilliant, magical holiday sparkle. Entertainment continues in the Plaza until 8:00pm as thousands gathered for the lighting ceremony linger in the downtown area to start their holiday shopping, have dinner the company of good friends, or to simply enjoy the beauty of the city in the glow of millions of while lights. (904) 825-1006 for information
2018 Mandarin Fall Festival & Chili Cook-Off
11am-3pm / We have entertainment for young and old with live music, a bounce house, the Chili Cook-Off contest, a silent auction and more.11111 San Jose Blvd, Jacksonville, Florida 32223 http://mandarincouncil.org/fall-festival-chili-cook-off-2018
Free Santa Meet & Greet
Join us between 1-4pm during our 6th Annual Holiday Craft & Vendor Event for a FREE Santa meet & greet!. World Golf Village Renaissance St. Augustine Resort
500 S Legacy Trl, Saint Augustine, Florida 32092
November 24th (10-5pm)
& November 25th (10-4:30pm)
St. Augsutine Art Association Art and Craft Festival
DISCOVER thousands of original works of fine art for sale, from paintings and pottery to handbags, jewelry, sculpture, woodworks, glass and other one-of-a-kind creations. ENJOY live music produced by the Gamble Rogers Folk Music Festival, cultural displays, artist demos, food trucks, beers and wines, and the popular downtown Nights of Lights! SHOP On Sunday, Bath Fitters is putting purchase power in your hands with on-the-hour drawings for a $100 gift certificate to use at any artist booth during the Festival weekend (must be present to win) PLAY Hands-on activities at the Hyundai Kids Art Zone, a visit from Santa Claus and prize drawings for the whole family make the St. Augustine Art & Craft Festival a fun start to the holiday season! SUPPORT This two-day event benefits the programs of the St. Augustine Art Association (a 501(c)(3) nonprofit arts organization), while animating the art scene and boosting the local economy.
2018 Jacksonville Light Boat Parade
6:30 PM – 9:30 PM
Vessels of all shapes and sizes adorn their hulls with festive decorations as they float along the north and south banks of the St. John River. Residents and visitors alike gather along the north and south riverbanks in downtown Jacksonville to witness this magical event. The evening then culminates with one of the best fireworks show on the First Coast featuring “waterfalls” off of the Main Street and Acosta Bridges. The boat parade will begin at 6:30 p.m. Boats will start at Metropolitan Park and follow along the Northbank Riverwalk to the Fuller Warren Bridge. The parade will then cross to the south bank and follow along the Riverwalk to the Duval County School Board building www.jacksonvillelanding.com/event/jacksonville-light-boat-parade/
November 30th & December 1 Alice in Wonderland
7pm: Performed by the St. Joseph's Academy Theatre Department. Tickets $10 /155 SR 2017 St, Augustine
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