An anniversary celebration took place on Saturday, October 13 from 11 A.M. to 3 P.M. featuring Meet-the-Lighthouse-Keeper photos, a cake cutting at 2 P.M., games on the front lawn, and self-guided tours of the historic tower and Museum exhibits. The celebration will launch a year-long observation culminating with the 145th anniversary on October 15, 2019.
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Launch Party for Perfect for Awesomeness! was on October 6th 2018. We spoke with Kyle Goodwin and his project on a beautiful awesome day.
Don’t miss your chance to hear from and meet the candidates!
The following candidates have confirmed their spot on our panel:Ges Selmont – US House Representative District 4 (D)
Aaron Bean – State Senate District 4 (R)
Billie Bussard – State Senate District 4 (D)
Cord Byrd – State House Representative District 11 (R)
Nathcelly Rohrbaugh – State House Representative District 11 (D)
Clay Yarborough – State House Representative District 12 (R)
Timothy Yost – State House Representative District 12 (D)
Wyman Duggan – State House Representative District 15 (R)
Tracye Polson – State House Representative District 15 (D)
Jason Fischer – State House Representative District 16 (R)
Ken Organes – State House Representative District 16 (D)
We spoke with Eugenio Maslowski, the creator and organizer of the first Hispanic Culture Film Festival in Jacksonville. We asked him for his reflections on the festival after it was over. He talked about Andy Garcia, the trophy and much more.
St Augustine Ballet hosted the International Dance Festival featuring ballet, contemporary and modern dance master classes and a performance for the public with International Professional and Pre-Professional Dancers at 7 p.m. Saturday, September 29 in Lewis Auditorium at Flagler College, 14 Granada St., downtown St. Augustine.
The 27 voice St. Augustine Chamber Singers presented a concert for the community on Friday evening, Sept. 28, at 7 pm in the St. Augustine Cathedral Basilica. Requiem, a major work for choir, soprano solo, organ, cello, oboe, flute and percussion by the English composer, John Rutter, was presented as well as compositions by local composer, Dr. Peter Mathews. The Chamber Singers are conducted by Kathleen Vande Berg with Shannon McKay at the organ.
Gullah Geechee Corridor & the East Coast Greenways documentary features the rich culture of African Americans in St. John’s County, Florida while highlighting three cycling trails known as Rails to Trails, the SEA Island Loop, and the East Coat Greenways. The national release of the full-length film is scheduled for October 2018 during Gullah Geechee Cultural Heritage Corridor Month. An exclusive showing occurred on September 27th at the St Augustine Lighthouse at 6:00pm. Derek Hankerson the writer, producer and director of the film introduced the film to a packed house. After the film there was a question and answer session.
This workshop’s goal is to learn how to find jobs, earn extra money, use your skills. Figure out what types of jobs you qualify for. Also check out sites where to find the jobs and how to get noticed. This Saturday, Sept. 29th/10:30am at The Gallery Group on 303C Anastasia Blvd, St Augustine. Speaker Hala Laquidara, Director of Business Development with St Johns Cultural Council.