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  • BETTY GRIFFIN CENTER HOLIDAY GIFT DRIVE
    8:00 am-5:00 pm
    12/01/2019
    St. Johns Golf Club is located at 4900 Cypress Links Blvd., Elkton, fl
    BETTY GRIFFIN CENTER HOLIDAY GIFT DRIVEHelp us make the holidays special for the women and children of the Betty Griffin Center. Drop off the following items (new and unwrapped) at the St. Johns Golf Club pro shop now through Thursday, December 12th. St. Johns Golf Club is located at 4900 Cypress Links Blvd., Elkton. Please contact Kara Pound at kpound@sjcfl.us or 904-209-0383 with any questions.Puzzles * Card Games * Books * Gift Cards * Hair Accessories * Infant Clothing * Baby Blankets * Board Games * Disney Toys * Legos * Action Figures * Art Supplies * Play-Doh * Infant Pajamas * Crafting Kits * Women's Sleepwear * Socks * Video Games * Electronics for Teens * Sporting Goods *​
  • Lightner Museum Shop with us on Museum Store Sunday
    10:00 am-6:00 pm
    12/01/2019
    75 King St, St. Augustine, FL 32084
    Lightner Museum invites you to Shop with us on Museum Store Sunday
    ST AUGUSTINE, FL (November 19, 2019) On Sunday, December 1, 2019, for the third consecutive year, more than 1,200 museum stores representing all 50 states and the District of Columbia, 15 countries, and four continents will offer inspired shopping inside museums and cultural institutions during Museum Store Sunday. The Museum Store at Lightner Museum is thrilled to participate in this signature annual initiative and join museum stores worldwide by offering quality gifts filled with inspiration and educational value to consumers, with all purchases supporting its parent institution.
     “We are delighted to participate in Museum Store Sunday and offer a unique shopping experience with special events and promotions,” said Megan Mosley, Deputy Director. “This year, we are excited to showcase our broad assortments of unique, mission-related gifts and invite everyone to “Be A Patron” with every purchase from our museum store directly supporting the educational mission of the Lightner Museum.”
    Susan Tudor, President of the MSA Board of Directors and Manager of Visitor Services and Store Buyer for the Cummer Museum of Art and Gardens continued, “Consumers around the world can shop and give gifts with purpose from their local museum stores on Museum Store Sunday. Proceeds from these purchases help sustain the museums’ service to the public at the same time. Museum Store Sunday highlights the opportunity for the public to support their local businesses, give back to their community through the patronage of their local non-profit museums, find unique holiday gifts, and enjoy an entertaining and educational shopping experience at their favorite museums with family and friends, all at the same time.”
    Museum Store Sunday has quickly become the global annual day to Be a Patron – and shop conscientiously and support museum stores and their missions worldwide. While there is only one Museum Store Sunday each year, everyone is encouraged to Be a Patron of museums and museum stores all year round.
    For more information on events and promotions during Museum Store Sunday at Lightner Museum please visit LightnerMuseum.org and follow us on Instagram at @lightner_museum, Twitter @Lightner_Museum, and Facebook at @LightnerMuseum
    For up-to-date information on Museum Store Sunday and a list of global museum store participants, visit www.museumstoresunday.org and, Follow Museum Store Sunday on Instagram at @museumstoresunday, Twitter @museumsunday, like Museum Store Sunday on Facebook at facebook.com/museumstoresunday
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  • Shuffleboard
    1:30 pm-4:00 pm
    12/03/2019
    14780 Mandarin Rd. Jacksonville Fl 32223
    1:30PM at Mandarin Park 14780 Mandarin Rd. next to the tennis courts at the entrance.  Weather permitting.
  • Parents With Hope Support Group
    6:00 pm-8:00 pm
    12/03/2019
    Ponte Vedra Valley Funeral Home and Cemetery 4750 Palm Valley Road, Ponte Vedra Beach, FL 32082

    Parents With Hope

    A support group for parents who have lost adult children.  First Tuesday of every month at Ponte Vedra Valley, beginning at 6 pm.  Hosted by Ponte Vedra Valley Funeral Home and Cemetery. Offered free of charge.

    4750 Palm Valley Road, Ponte Vedra Beach, FL 32082 (904) 285-1130 
  • Mandarin Eastern Star ESTARL Night
    7:30 pm-9:30 pm
    12/03/2019
    Mandarin Masonic Lodge, 2914 Loretto Road, Jacksonville, FL 
    December 3rd – 7:30 pm – ESTARL Night (Charity: Grants for seminary students)We meet at the Mandarin Masonic Lodge, 2914 Loretto Road, Jacksonville, FL (contact: catherinemthomas@msn.com). 
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  • Toastmasters Club #5199
    7:30 am-9:30 am
    12/04/2019
    175 Landrum Lane, Ponte Vedra, Fl
    Ponte Vedra Toastmasters Club #5199 meeting 7:30AM at Players Community Senior Center 175 Landrum LaneIf you need assistance email carmenjsardinas@gmail.com
  • St. Augustine Orchestra Starts ‘Happiest of Holidays’ Concerts
    7:30 pm-9:30 pm
    12/04/2019
    Lightner Museum, 25 Granada Street St. Augustine, FL 32084
    St. Augustine Orchestra Starts Christmas Music Season with ‘Happiest of Holidays’ Concerts St. Augustine, Fl – October 30, 2019 – The St. Augustine Orchestra (SAO) will kick off the city’s firstholiday concerts of the season on Wednesday December 4th and Thursday December 5 th at the beautiful Lightner Museum.“There’s a lot of research about the positive effect both physically and psychologically of Christmas musici as well as how nostalgic it makes you feel,” said Artistic Director Scott Gregg. “That’s part of the reason we chose to call this performance ‘The Happiest of Holidays’. And since there is also data that people who decorate for Christmas earlier are generally happier, why not have the Christmas concerts start earlier in the month too, just after the Nights of Lights begins,” he added.The city’s namesake Orchestra will be presenting more than a dozen holiday classics, including the Nutcracker, Hugh Martin’s Have Yourself a Merry Little Christmas and Mel Torme’s Christmas Song, to Bill Holcombe’s T’was the Night Before Christmas, the Frozen movie Concert Suite by Kristen Anderson- Lopez, and music from the movie Elf by John Debney. They will be accompanied by Lee Weaver, and by the St. Augustine High School Chorus.Ticket prices are $27.50 for adults 18 years and older; $12 for youths 11-17 and free for children 10 and under. The ticket price reflects all online handling fees. Tickets are available athttps://staugustineorchestra.ticketleap.com/holiday-sao2019/. Both concerts are at 8:00 pm with general seating. The doors open at 7:30 p.m. at the 25 Granada Street entrance. Wine is available by donation and there are free mini candy canes to nibble on.“This is definitely the happiest performance of our Concert Season, and it’s really nice as a musician to look out at all these happy, smiling faces in the audience and see people singing along,” said Board Chair Mitch Kolesaire, and its principal upright bass player. The SAO’s mission is “to create and support a highly respected symphony orchestra, performing great works with passion and excellence, and to be an indispensable partner to our community, providing enrichment through inspiring concerts, music education programs, community program collaboration and affordable access for all.” In 2019, the SAO was awarded FOLIO Magazine’s “Best of St. Augustine” large band/orchestra and it was a finalist for the St. Augustine Record’s “Best of” Local Band/performer.
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  • St. Augustine Orchestra Starts ‘Happiest of Holidays’ Concerts
    7:30 pm-9:30 pm
    12/05/2019
    Lightner Museum, 25 Granada Street St. Augustine, FL 32084
    St. Augustine Orchestra Starts Christmas Music Season with ‘Happiest of Holidays’ Concerts St. Augustine, Fl – October 30, 2019 – The St. Augustine Orchestra (SAO) will kick off the city’s firstholiday concerts of the season on Wednesday December 4th and Thursday December 5 th at the beautiful Lightner Museum.“There’s a lot of research about the positive effect both physically and psychologically of Christmas musici as well as how nostalgic it makes you feel,” said Artistic Director Scott Gregg. “That’s part of the reason we chose to call this performance ‘The Happiest of Holidays’. And since there is also data that people who decorate for Christmas earlier are generally happier, why not have the Christmas concerts start earlier in the month too, just after the Nights of Lights begins,” he added.The city’s namesake Orchestra will be presenting more than a dozen holiday classics, including the Nutcracker, Hugh Martin’s Have Yourself a Merry Little Christmas and Mel Torme’s Christmas Song, to Bill Holcombe’s T’was the Night Before Christmas, the Frozen movie Concert Suite by Kristen Anderson- Lopez, and music from the movie Elf by John Debney. They will be accompanied by Lee Weaver, and by the St. Augustine High School Chorus.Ticket prices are $27.50 for adults 18 years and older; $12 for youths 11-17 and free for children 10 and under. The ticket price reflects all online handling fees. Tickets are available athttps://staugustineorchestra.ticketleap.com/holiday-sao2019/. Both concerts are at 8:00 pm with general seating. The doors open at 7:30 p.m. at the 25 Granada Street entrance. Wine is available by donation and there are free mini candy canes to nibble on.“This is definitely the happiest performance of our Concert Season, and it’s really nice as a musician to look out at all these happy, smiling faces in the audience and see people singing along,” said Board Chair Mitch Kolesaire, and its principal upright bass player. The SAO’s mission is “to create and support a highly respected symphony orchestra, performing great works with passion and excellence, and to be an indispensable partner to our community, providing enrichment through inspiring concerts, music education programs, community program collaboration and affordable access for all.” In 2019, the SAO was awarded FOLIO Magazine’s “Best of St. Augustine” large band/orchestra and it was a finalist for the St. Augustine Record’s “Best of” Local Band/performer.
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  • NF Women’s Chorale 27th Annual Christmas Performance
    4:00 pm-6:00 pm
    12/08/2019
    Arlington Presbyterian Church, 1351 Sprinkle Drive, Jacksonville, FL 32211
    DECEMBER 2019 CONCERTSThe North Florida Women’s Chorale presents their 27 th Annual Christmas performance. “Seven Joys” From the haunting melodies of ancient carols to light-hearted contemporary holiday songs, the Chorale will present delightful pieces accompanied by a string quartet.  Come to this free concert in a beautiful setting to be reminded of Seven Joys we experience during this wonderful season.  The beloved Bach "Jesu, Joy of Man's Desiring" selections from "Magnificat" of Kim Andre Anrnesen, & "Chanukah Lights and & "Do You Hear What I Hear?” are some of the exciting songs you will hear in the holiday program.There are two free performances scheduled:Sunday, December 8, 2019, at 4:00 pm Arlington Presbyterian Church, 1351 Sprinkle Drive, Jacksonville, FL 32211 (Next to Drew Park) Reception to followFriday, December 27, 2019, at 7:00 pm Cathedral Basilica of St Augustine, 38 Cathedral Place, St Augustine, FL 32084Come early for best seats! We hope to Sing you there!On Memorial Day, May 25, 2020, many of our singers will have the privilege of joining with other choruses to perform at Carnegie Hall, New York City, NY. They will be under the direction of composer and director John Rutter. Look for our local concerts next spring.
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  • Second Saturday Arts and Farmers Market
    9:00 am-1:00 pm
    12/14/2019
    11924 San Jose Blvd. Jacksonville Fl
    Second Saturday Arts and Farmers Market9AM-1PM First Christian Church 11924 San Jose Blvd.
  • St. Augustine Community Chorus Performs ‘This Christmastide’
    7:30 pm-9:30 pm
    12/14/2019
    38 Cathedral Pl, St. Augustine, FL 32084
    ANNUAL CHRISTMAS CONCERT A TRADITION IN ST. AUGUSTINESt. Augustine Community Chorus Performs ‘This Christmastide’ at historic Cathedral Basilica ST. AUGUSTINE, October 29, 2019 – Christmas is full of traditions and attending a concert is usuallyconsidered an important staple of the holidays. The St. Augustine Community Chorus will hold its annual performances at the historic Cathedral Basilica, called ‘This Christmastide’, on December 14th at 7:30 pm and on the 15th at 2:00 pm.“Christmas is one holiday where people tend to plan well ahead of time what they want to do,” said Lynn Abjornson, President of the St. Augustine Community Chorus. “Last year our concert was sold out, so we encourage people to get their tickets early.”The performances are a big production with 100 adult singers, 35 singers that are part of The St. Augustine Youth Chorus (under the direction of Kerry Fradley), soloist Anna Eschbach, Shannon McKay, the principal organist at the Cathedral Basilica, and about 14 chamber players.“Creating a Christmas program usually presents fun challenges between needing classic familiar pieces mixed with others that evoke the feelings of the holiday season but may be new to the audience,” said Music Director Michael Sanflippo. This year the audience will hear John Rutter's Magnificat and Morten Lauridsen's ethereal O Magnum Mysterium, a piece that has quickly become a "new" classic since it premiered in 1994. As is the tradition, they will include selections from The Messiah and traditional Christmas carols.Both John Rutter and Morten Lauridsen are contemporary composers. Rutter was commissioned to write an anthem for the wedding of Prince William of Great Britain to Catherine Middleton in 2011. Lauridsen’s works have been recorded on more than 200 CDs, five of which have received Grammy Award nominations, including O Magnum Mysterium which the chorus will sing.Tickets are on sale now at https://staugcc.ticketleap.com/christmas2019/. Tickets are $25 for adults age 18+; $12 for youth age 11-17; $5 for active military with ID, and free for children 10 and under. The ticket price at the door is $30. New this year is a ‘Season Ticket’ for $60 which will cover the three 2019- 2020 Season performances, a savings of $15 per individual. It also includes a premium reserved seating section. Guests may wish to take advantage of the free shuttle service every Saturday evening during the Nights of Lights. https://www.oldcity.com/st-augustine-parking/ The St. Augustine Community Chorus http://www.staugustinecommunitychorus.org/ celebrated its 70th Anniversary in the spring and received a proclamation from the City of St. Augustine acknowledging its history.
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  • The American Legion Riders Chapter 372 Meeting
    10:00 am-12:00 pm
    12/15/2019
    4280 Oldfield Crossing Dr, Jacksonville, FL 32223
    The American Legion Riders Chapter 372 meets on the 3rd Sunday of the month starting at 10:00. They also meet at the Elks lodge
  • St. Augustine Community Chorus Performs ‘This Christmastide’
    2:00 pm-4:00 pm
    12/15/2019
    38 Cathedral Pl, St. Augustine, FL 32084
    ANNUAL CHRISTMAS CONCERT A TRADITION IN ST. AUGUSTINESt. Augustine Community Chorus Performs ‘This Christmastide’ at historic Cathedral Basilica ST. AUGUSTINE, October 29, 2019 – Christmas is full of traditions and attending a concert is usuallyconsidered an important staple of the holidays. The St. Augustine Community Chorus will hold its annual performances at the historic Cathedral Basilica, called ‘This Christmastide’, on December 14th at 7:30 pm and on the 15th at 2:00 pm.“Christmas is one holiday where people tend to plan well ahead of time what they want to do,” said Lynn Abjornson, President of the St. Augustine Community Chorus. “Last year our concert was sold out, so we encourage people to get their tickets early.”The performances are a big production with 100 adult singers, 35 singers that are part of The St. Augustine Youth Chorus (under the direction of Kerry Fradley), soloist Anna Eschbach, Shannon McKay, the principal organist at the Cathedral Basilica, and about 14 chamber players.“Creating a Christmas program usually presents fun challenges between needing classic familiar pieces mixed with others that evoke the feelings of the holiday season but may be new to the audience,” said Music Director Michael Sanflippo. This year the audience will hear John Rutter's Magnificat and Morten Lauridsen's ethereal O Magnum Mysterium, a piece that has quickly become a "new" classic since it premiered in 1994. As is the tradition, they will include selections from The Messiah and traditional Christmas carols.Both John Rutter and Morten Lauridsen are contemporary composers. Rutter was commissioned to write an anthem for the wedding of Prince William of Great Britain to Catherine Middleton in 2011. Lauridsen’s works have been recorded on more than 200 CDs, five of which have received Grammy Award nominations, including O Magnum Mysterium which the chorus will sing.Tickets are on sale now at https://staugcc.ticketleap.com/christmas2019/. Tickets are $25 for adults age 18+; $12 for youth age 11-17; $5 for active military with ID, and free for children 10 and under. The ticket price at the door is $30. New this year is a ‘Season Ticket’ for $60 which will cover the three 2019- 2020 Season performances, a savings of $15 per individual. It also includes a premium reserved seating section. Guests may wish to take advantage of the free shuttle service every Saturday evening during the Nights of Lights. https://www.oldcity.com/st-augustine-parking/ The St. Augustine Community Chorus http://www.staugustinecommunitychorus.org/ celebrated its 70th Anniversary in the spring and received a proclamation from the City of St. Augustine acknowledging its history.
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  • VENARDOS CIRCUS
    7:00 pm-10:00 pm
    12/18/2019
    St. Augustine Amphitheater 1340C A1A S, St. Augustine, FL, 32080
    VENARDOS CIRCUS Back at St. Augustine Amphitheatre, Debuts New Show December 2019-January 2020ST. AUGUSTINE, Florida (October 30, 2019) – Venardos Circus and its namesake ringmaster Kevin Venardos (veh-NARR-dos) will debut a new cast, show and music in a return to the St. Augustine Amphitheatre for a third seasonal stint beginning in December. There will be 32 shows over three weeks in the intimate red-and-white striped tent, set up in the Amphitheatre parking lot, from December 18, 2019 through January 5, 2020.The traveling troupe of performers has had successful stints in the St. Augustine/Jacksonville market on three separate visits since January 2018, totaling more than 15,000 attendees over 55 shows, most of which have been sellouts. The upcoming shows are projected to be complete sellouts, including “Holiday Family Packs” for shows on Christmas Day, during Christmas week and on New Year’s Day.“St. Augustine is the perfect place to debut a new show and display how far we have come since St. Augustine was so responsive and launched our circus into a successful national touring group,” Venardos said. “At the outset, we called ourselves ‘The Little Circus That Could,’ and now we refer toourselves as ‘the Little Circus That Can.’ The staff at the St. Augustine Amphitheatre has been so hospitable and we thank them and all of St. Johns County and the Jacksonville area for coming to our tent to enjoy these performances.”Tickets: General Admission tickets are $25 for adults and $15 for youth under age 12. Babes in arms are free with a paying adult (24 months and younger). Premium Reserved seating is priced from $35 to $45. Please visit www.Liveyourcircusdream.comGuests can expect to be transported back in time to the center ring of a centuries-old tradition, but one that has been reinvented for the next generation. With an amazing assortment of aerialists, acrobats, juggling, hand-balancing/contortion, comedy, daredevilry, magic, musical production and much more, with no animals, this amazing circus experience will truly delight adults and kids of all ages. Venardos Circus proudly features its own custom-made big-top, a classic red-and-white striped tent, with anintimate feel and limited seating. The circus performers also are the crew in this traveling tour who are completely self-contained, much like the original circus tradition. A new cast was recruited this fall and will make its debut in St. Augustine where attendees can park for free in the Amphitheatre parking lotand walk a short distance to the tent.An interactive pre-show party begins one hour before each show time with opportunities to meet the cast, snap selfies and play games. Classic circus treats like popcorn, nachos, fresh-made cotton candy and natural pink lemonade and more are available. The main event lasts approximately 90 minutes, with a brief intermission. Complete show schedule available at  ww.VenardosCircus.com.
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  • JCA Annual Chanukkah Celebration
    5:45 pm-7:45 pm
    12/23/2019
    8505 San Jose Blvd Jacksonville, Fla. 32217
    JCA Annual Chanukkah CelebrationOn Monday, Dec. 23 at 5:45 p.m., the JCA will hold its annual JCA Chanukkah Party. The event brings JCA families together to recognize the beginning of the eight-day festival of lights with an evening of celebration and community.Every year, the JCA community gathers around the outdoor chanukiyah, created by local sculptor David Ponsler, for this celebration. This year, CEO Adam Chaskin leads the lighting ceremony,and JCA Family and Jewish Outreach Director Dave Flagler leads in prayer and songs. After the ceremony, JCA families and members will enjoy a family-style dinner along with games and crafts for children.This event is free to JCA valued members. For more information or to register, call 730-2100 ext. 228. On the day of the event, use #shinethelight and tag the JCA (@jaxjca) in your Chanukkahcelebrations.
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  • NF Women’s Chorale 27th Annual Christmas Performance
    7:00 pm-9:00 pm
    12/27/2019
    Cathedral Basilica of St Augustine, 38 Cathedral Place, St Augustine, FL 32084
    DECEMBER 2019 CONCERTSThe North Florida Women’s Chorale presents their 27 th Annual Christmas performance. “Seven Joys” From the haunting melodies of ancient carols to light-hearted contemporary holiday songs, the Chorale will present delightful pieces accompanied by a string quartet.  Come to this free concert in a beautiful setting to be reminded of Seven Joys we experience during this wonderful season.  The beloved Bach "Jesu, Joy of Man's Desiring" selections from "Magnificat" of Kim Andre Anrnesen, & "Chanukah Lights and & "Do You Hear What I Hear?” are some of the exciting songs you will hear in the holiday program.There are two free performances scheduled:Sunday, December 8, 2019, at 4:00 pm Arlington Presbyterian Church, 1351 Sprinkle Drive, Jacksonville, FL 32211 (Next to Drew Park) Reception to followFriday, December 27, 2019, at 7:00 pm Cathedral Basilica of St Augustine, 38 Cathedral Place, St Augustine, FL 32084Come early for best seats! We hope to Sing you there!On Memorial Day, May 25, 2020, many of our singers will have the privilege of joining with other choruses to perform at Carnegie Hall, New York City, NY. They will be under the direction of composer and director John Rutter. Look for our local concerts next spring.
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  • VENARDOS CIRCUS 
    6:30 pm-8:30 pm
    12/28/2019
    St. Augustine Amphitheater 1340C A1A S, St. Augustine, FL, 32080
    VENARDOS CIRCUS Back at St. Augustine Amphitheatre, Debuts New Show December 2019-January 2020ST. AUGUSTINE, Florida (October 30, 2019) – Venardos Circus and its namesake ringmaster Kevin Venardos (veh-NARR-dos) will debut a new cast, show and music in a return to the St. Augustine Amphitheatre for a third seasonal stint beginning in December. There will be 32 shows over three weeks in the intimate red-and-white striped tent, set up in the Amphitheatre parking lot, from December 18, 2019 through January 5, 2020.The traveling troupe of performers has had successful stints in the St. Augustine/Jacksonville market on three separate visits since January 2018, totaling more than 15,000 attendees over 55 shows, most of which have been sellouts. The upcoming shows are projected to be complete sellouts, including “Holiday Family Packs” for shows on Christmas Day, during Christmas week and on New Year’s Day.“St. Augustine is the perfect place to debut a new show and display how far we have come since St. Augustine was so responsive and launched our circus into a successful national touring group,” Venardos said. “At the outset, we called ourselves ‘The Little Circus That Could,’ and now we refer toourselves as ‘the Little Circus That Can.’ The staff at the St. Augustine Amphitheatre has been so hospitable and we thank them and all of St. Johns County and the Jacksonville area for coming to our tent to enjoy these performances.”Tickets: General Admission tickets are $25 for adults and $15 for youth under age 12. Babes in arms are free with a paying adult (24 months and younger). Premium Reserved seating is priced from $35 to $45. Please visit www.Liveyourcircusdream.comGuests can expect to be transported back in time to the center ring of a centuries-old tradition, but one that has been reinvented for the next generation. With an amazing assortment of aerialists, acrobats, juggling, hand-balancing/contortion, comedy, daredevilry, magic, musical production and much more, with no animals, this amazing circus experience will truly delight adults and kids of all ages. Venardos Circus proudly features its own custom-made big-top, a classic red-and-white striped tent, with anintimate feel and limited seating. The circus performers also are the crew in this traveling tour who are completely self-contained, much like the original circus tradition. A new cast was recruited this fall and will make its debut in St. Augustine where attendees can park for free in the Amphitheatre parking lotand walk a short distance to the tent.An interactive pre-show party begins one hour before each show time with opportunities to meet the cast, snap selfies and play games. Classic circus treats like popcorn, nachos, fresh-made cotton candy and natural pink lemonade and more are available. The main event lasts approximately 90 minutes, with a brief intermission. Complete show schedule available at  ww.VenardosCircus.com.
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  • Annual Christmas Treecycling
    9:00 am-4:00 pm
    12/30/2019-01/05/2020
    Mills Field: 1805 Racetrack Rd, St. Johns Fl 32259
    Annual Christmas TreecyclingHelp reduce the amount of waste that ends up in the landfills during the holidays by bringing your real Christmas tree to designated County sites to be recycled.  Recycled trees will be used as mulch in our parks.  Only clean, real trees free of decorations will be accepted.  For more information: Nathan Otter at NOTTER@SJCFL.US or (904) 209-0323December 30-January 5thLocations:Ron Parker: 607 Old Beach Rd.Mills Field: 1805 Racetrack RdCornerstone: 1046 A1A NorthFirst Tee Site: 4401 Cypress Links BlvdDavis Park: 210 David Park Rd.Al Wilke Park: 6140 South Main St.
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  • Annual Christmas Treecycling
    9:00 am-4:00 pm
    12/31/2019-01/06/2020
    Mills Field: 1805 Racetrack Rd, St. Johns Fl 32259
    Annual Christmas TreecyclingHelp reduce the amount of waste that ends up in the landfills during the holidays by bringing your real Christmas tree to designated County sites to be recycled.  Recycled trees will be used as mulch in our parks.  Only clean, real trees free of decorations will be accepted.  For more information: Nathan Otter at NOTTER@SJCFL.US or (904) 209-0323December 30-January 5thLocations:Ron Parker: 607 Old Beach Rd.Mills Field: 1805 Racetrack RdCornerstone: 1046 A1A NorthFirst Tee Site: 4401 Cypress Links BlvdDavis Park: 210 David Park Rd.Al Wilke Park: 6140 South Main St.
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