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February 24 - March 02
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    Mandarin Council Monthly Breakfast

    8:00 am-9:30 am
    10950 San Jose Blvd. Jacksonville FL 32223
    8AM-9:30AM at Bonefish Grill 10950 San Jose

    Lego Club for Kids

    3:00 pm-5:00 pm
    60 Davis Pond Blvd, St Johns, FL 32259
    Lego Club for Kids3-4pm Bartram Trail Branch Library 60 Davis Pond Blvd, St Johns, FL 32259If you have any questions call (904) 827-6960
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    Mandarin Women’s Club Explores Jacksonville’s Silent Film Days

    10:30 am-1:00 pm
    3130 Hartley Road Jacksonville Fl 32257
    Doors open 10:30amRamada Inn Mandarin, 3130 Hartley RoadReservations by February 21st; or (904) 859-6299

    Alzheimer’s Family Support Group

    6:00 pm-7:30 pm
    999 Crosswater Parkway Ponte Vedra, FL
    Alzheimer’s Family Support Group 6:00 – 7:30Starling at Nocatee 999 Crosswater Parkway Ponte Vedra, FL

    Owl Prowls Presented by SJ Parks and Recreation

    6:00 pm-8:30 pm
    2060 FL-13, Switzerland, FL 32259
    Owl Prowls• Thurs, February 14 – Canopy Shores Park Registration• Thurs, February 21 – Vaill Point Park Registration• Thurs, February 28 – Alpine Groves Park RegistrationTime: 6-8:30pmDetails: Explore county parks at sunset in search of our resident owls. Bring your questions and share your stories about the nighttime forest activities. This program is FREE. For more info, contact AyoLane Halusky at or 904-209-0348.

    Lightner After Hours - “Kiss Me I’m Artish”

    6:00 pm-8:00 pm
    75 King St., St. Augustine, FL 32084

    The Lightner Museum invites you to "get your green on" for February's Lightner After Hours social event! We’re ushering in St. Patrick’s Day early and hope you’ll join us for our “Kiss Me I’m Artish” celebration on February 28th from 6 - 8 p.m.  To make merry we’re offering up an ideal chance to hear Irish singer-songwriter Spade McQuade on guitar accompanied by his Eire whistle-playing cara, Amanda Estus.  At this free event, guests are encouraged to dress the green-theme while enjoying an early evening of beer, wine, and light tasty shamrock-inspired treats.

    Attendees may enter at the Granada Street entrance (with blue and white awnings, located across from the Corazon Cinema).

    75 King St., St. Augustine, FL 32084

    Mandarin Town Hall Meeting

    6:00 pm-7:30 pm
    12125 San Jose Blvd Jacksonville Fl 32223
    General Town Hall Meeting, hosted by District 6 Council Member Matt Schellenberg6pm-7:30pm South Mandarin Library 12125 San Jose Blvd 
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    Florida Trail’s annual fundraising event, IDidAHike

    8:00 am-1:00 pm
    1218 SE 346 Hwy, Old Town, FL 32680

    Annual IDidAHike

    You’ve probably heard of the Appalachian Trail and maybe even the Pacific Crest Trail.  But, did you know Florida is home to one of the eleven national scenic trails?  The Florida National Scenic Trail is about 1000 miles long and traverses from the Big Cypress Preserve, in the southern portion of the state, up through the central portion of Florida, then westward to the Gulf Islands National Seashore.Why not hike a portion of it?  March 2, is the Florida Trail’s (a 501(c)3) annual fundraising event, IDidAHike.  This year’s event will traverse a beautiful section of the Florida Trail along the Suwannee River.  Participants will register and pay the $20 fee (proceeds go to maintaining and preserving the trail) at the main gate of Spirit of the Suwannee Campground and Music Park, Live Oak, FL.  Registration is from 8 to 11am. From the registration area, participants will be shuttled via bus to the Jerry Branch access point.The 11 mile hike passes high above Jerry Branch; then, passes Disappearing Creek, a beautiful clear creek that cuts a narrow canyon then cascades down a 25 foot wall of rock and disappears. Continuing on, hikers will cross Crooked Branch, then climb on to the highest bluff on the Suwannee River. Hiking down river, the trail passes numerous rock outcrops 20 and 30 feet above the river; along with beautiful white sandbars which offer great places to take a break. Near the end of the hike participants will cross the Suwannee on the old 129 truss bridge and have the option to visit the ruins of the historic Suwannee Mineral Spring before they finish. There will be first aid stations and take out points along the way.  It’s early spring, so dogwoods, wild Azaleas, and fringe flowers are expected to be in full bloom.Make a long weekend out of the event! In addition to Saturday’s IDidAHike, the North Florida Trailblazers Chapter of the Florida Trail Association will lead free short day hikes on Friday and Sunday. A big group campfire is planned on Friday night at the Spirit of the Suwannee campground. Carol Walker can be contacted for discount for camping/accommodations (800 224 5656).

    Breakfast with Our Heroes

    8:00 am-10:00 am
    4507 Town Center Parkway Jacksonville Fl

    Veterans and Military Honored  

    Breakfast with Our Heroes

     (JACKSONVILLE) – The Breakfast with Our Heroes on March 2, 2019, is an opportunity to meet those that served, extend helping hands to homeless veterans, and honor the service of all U. S. Veterans.  March is the month the Nation celebrates the birthdays of the Navy Reserve, Navy Seabees, Vietnam Veterans Day and K9s Veterans Day.  There will be a gift for the oldest and youngest Navy Reserve, Seabee, or Vietnam Veteran present.Breakfast will be served from 8:00AM to 10:00AM at the Town Center Applebee’s, 4507 Town Center Parkway in Jacksonville.  Seating is limited.  Ticket cost is $12 or 3 for $30.  The community is encouraged to thank veterans for their service by donating appreciation tickets.  Donations will be acknowledged on social media and at breakfast.  For tickets and information, google breakfast with our heroes in Jacksonville.There will be a food collection at the event for homeless veterans.  Food donations must be prepackaged, individual servings of non-perishable items or grocer gift cards.  Representatives of the Clara White Mission will be present to accept the collection.Turning Points in America is an all-volunteer not for profit 501(c)3 organization founded in 2016 and located in Jacksonville. Turning Points in America helps citizens affected by government changes and budget cuts.  For more information about Turning Points in America visit

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