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  • Shuffleboard
    1:30 pm-4:00 pm
    07/02/2019
    14780 Mandarin Rd. Jacksonville Fl 32223
    1:30PM at Mandarin Park 14780 Mandarin Rd. next to the tennis courts at the entrance.  Weather permitting.
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  • Toastmasters Club #5199
    7:30 am-9:30 am
    07/03/2019
    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
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  • 10TH ANNUAL “DAY AFTER” BEACH CLEANUP
    8:30 am-10:30 am
    07/05/2019
    Mickler’s Beachfront Park, 1109 Ponte Vedra Boulevard, Ponte Vedra Beach, FL, 32082
    KEEPERS OF THE COAST IS SEEKING PARTNERS FOR THEIR 10TH ANNUAL “DAY AFTER” BEACH CLEANUP ON JULY 5THNonprofit helps clean up St. Johns County beaches after the busy Fourth of July holiday ST. AUGUSTINE, FLORIDA (June 17, 2019) – Keepers of the Coast (KOTC), a local non-profit dedicated to promoting coastal stewardship and the conservation of coastal habitat, are recruiting volunteers, sponsors, and adoptees for the 10th Annual “DayAfter” Beach Cleanup on Friday, July 5 from 8:30 a.m. to 10:30 a.m. The purpose of the cleanup is to restore the coastline following the impacts of Fourth of July, traditionallyone of the busiest beach days of the year. This community-wide effort will be held at several beach access points throughout St. Johns County. So far, KOTC has welcomed St. Augustine Ghost Krewe in adopting the Crescent Beachfront Park access point. Additional sites are currently available for adoption from local businesses, community organizations, and nonprofits:- Mickler’s Beachfront Park- Vilano Beachfront Park- St. John County Ocean and Fishing Pier (St. Augustine Beach)- A Street Beach AccessKeepers of the Coast has successfully prevented over 600,000 (and counting!) cigarette butts from entering our oceans. Continue to keep the right butts on the beach bywinning the cigarette butt challenge at the 10th Annual “Day After” Beach Cleanup. A prize package of sustainable Keepers of the Coast gear will be given to the participantwho collects the most cigarette butts at each cleanup location. No pre-registration is required, and volunteers may show up at any of the locations. All participants will begiven a bag for trash, a bag for recycling, and a bag for cigarette butts. Learn more about Keepers of the Coast at keepersofthecoast.net or call 904-814-2172.Follow on social media on Facebook @keepers.ofthecoast.9 and Instagram @keepersofthecoast and Twitter @kprsofthecoast to stay up-to-date on any changesand to participate in future events.
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  • SHARK TALK
    3:00 pm-4:00 pm
    07/08/2019
    ST. JOHNS GOLF CLUB, 4900 CYPRESS LINKS BLVD, ELKTON, FL 32033
    SHARK TALK -MONDAY, JULY 8TH • 3PM-4PMMISUNDERSTOOD CREATURES OF THE SEA. JOIN COUNTY NATURALIST KELLY USSIA AND LEARN ABOUT THE SHARK SPECIES THAT FREQUENT OURWATERS, THE UNIQUE ADAPTATIONS THESE ANIMALS HAVE, AND THE REAL FACTS ABOUT SHARK ATTACKS.ST. JOHNS GOLF CLUB, 4900 CYPRESS LINKS BLVD, ELKTON, FL 32033RSVP TO KARA POUND AT KPOUND@SJCFL.US OR 904-209-0383
  • Aging Parent Support Group
    6:00 pm-8:00 pm
    07/08/2019
    100 Corridor Rd.  South Suite 280
    6:00pm at First Atlantic Bank Bldg , 100 Corridor Rd.  South Suite 280Limited space RSVP to Karen Feliciano (904) 907-7880
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  • St. Johns River-to-Sea Loop Trail Planning Public Meeting
    5:00 pm-7:00 pm
    07/11/2019
    Guy Harvey Resort, 860 A1A Beach Blvd, St Augustine Beach, FL 32080
    St. Johns River-to-Sea Loop Trail Planning Public MeetingSt. Johns County, Fl – St. Johns County is hosting a public meeting regarding the St. Johns River-to-Sea Loop trail from 5 to 7 p.m. on Thursday, July 11 at the Guy Harvey Resort, 860 A1A Beach Blvd. County staff will provide information on the FDOT-funded project and planning study. The public is invited to attend and offer feedback. Attendees are encouraged to walk or bike to themeeting. For more information on the meeting or the St. Johns River-to-Sea Loop trail, or to give input if you are unable attend, please email rcooper@sjcfl.us or call 904.209.0111.
  • General Assembly American Legion Mandarin "Fallen Heroes" Post 372
    6:00 pm-8:00 pm
    07/11/2019
    Mandarin/St. Johns Elks lodge, 4280 Old St. Augustine Road, Jacksonville, FL.
    General Assembly meets the 2nd Thursday of the month starting at 7:00 PM preceded by a social hour which starts at 6:00 PM. We meet at the Mandarin/St. Johns Elks lodge, 4280 Old St. Augustine Road, Jacksonville, FL.
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  • JaxParks – Summer Volunteer Projects
    9:00 am-12:00 pm
    07/12/2019
    Dutton Island Preserve II at 2001 Dutton Island Rd. W Atlantic Brach Fl 32233

    Friday Mornings in JaxParks – Summer Volunteer Projects

    Timucuan Parks Foundation has partnered with JaxParks for Friday Mornings in JaxParks – Summer Volunteer Projects. The organizations are looking for volunteers to join them Friday, July 12 from 9 a.m. to 12 p.m. at Dutton Island Preserve II at 2001 Dutton Island Rd. W.

    Volunteers are asked to meet at 9 a.m. in the parking area. They are asked to wear closed-toe shoes and bring work gloves, loppers, and clippers (if they have them), sunscreen, bug spray, a hat, sunglasses and a full reusable water bottle. Timucuan Parks Foundation will have additional work gloves, tools, and supplies and will provide Nature Valley granola bars and water. Volunteers of all ages are welcome. Volunteers under 18 must have a waiver signed by a parent or guardian. Children under 16 must be accompanied by a parent, guardian or scout leader during the project. Volunteers are eligible for community service hours.

    Volunteers can sign up at https://uwnefl.galaxydigital.com/need/?agency_id=86336. To receive a waiver or for more information, visit https://www.timucuanparks.org/volunteer/.

    This project is made possible through grants from Outdoor Foundation (a National Park Service Challenge grant), REI, and the National Environmental Education Foundation.

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  • Second Saturday Arts and Farmers Market
    9:00 am-1:00 pm
    07/13/2019
    11924 San Jose Blvd. Jacksonville Fl
    Second Saturday Arts and Farmers Market9AM-1PM First Christian Church 11924 San Jose Blvd.
  • Beaches Freedom Festival to Honor Eight Hometown Heroes
    12:00 pm-10:00 pm
    07/13/2019
    75 1st St N, Jacksonville Beach, FL 32250
    Beaches Freedom Festival to Honor Eight Hometown HeroesJACKSONVILLE BEACH, FL- This Saturday, July 13th at the Seawalk Pavilion, the Beaches Freedom Festival will recognize several outstanding military members and veterans who are doing great things in the community. The ceremony will take place during North Florida’s Most Patriotic Event on the main stage at 6:00pm. All of the honorees were nominated by peers, friends, or family members and have made and have significant accomplishments in the North Florida area. In addition, the festival will support and benefit eight different Veteran and community non profits.2019 Freedom Festival Honorees:Sgt Nathan Bradley:Sgt Nathan Bradley enlisted in the USMC in 2010 out of Jacksonville, FL. During his time in the Marines, Sgt Bradley was deployed twice and attended several military schools. He first deployed to Afghanistan where he received a meritorious promotion and was awarded for actions taken against the enemy. Sgt Bradley also served several months in southeast Asia, and spent some time deployed to Okinawa, Japan. In 2014, Sgt Bradley left the Marines and attended the UNF, where he earned his Bachelor’s Degree in Business. It was during this time that he started working with veterans in the community, including co- founding a non-profit organization, Warfighters in Arms. Sgt Bradley took his love for helping veteran’s a step further when he accepted the position of Veteran Liaison & Community Outreach for 904 Happy Hour, where he is currently employed. In his position, Sgt Bradley now helps raise funds for other nonprofits, employ veterans, and recognize others who are doing great things in the community. He is currently serving with Marine Corps reserve unit in Florida.Sgt Fred Blaz:Fred Blaz served 6.5 years in the Marine Corps and got out as a Sgt. During his time in, he was stationed with 3/3 out of Hawaii where he did one tour to Afghanistan. Following his deployment, he served as a Marine Corps Embassy Security Guard at several duty stations around the globe.After getting out of the Marine Corps, Fred attended college at JU where he obtained a Bachelors of Business in Finance and is on his last semester of his MBA. While at JU Fred served as the VP of JU’s Student Veterans of America Chapter.

    He currently serves as the Director of Public Relations for Vets4Vets of Northeast Florida, the Board of Directors for the Semper Fidelis Society, and is the Marine 4 Life Rep for Marine Corps League Nassau Detachment. He is also a member of the American Legion in Fernandina Beach and the VFW in Jax Beach

    SSgt Rebecca Schilling:SSgt Rebecca Schilling is originally from Rochester, Minnesota and enlisted in the Marine Corps in 2011. Following recruit training and MOS school, she was stationed at Marine Corps Recruit Depot Parris Island with the Parris Island Marine Band. She later became a Canvassing Recruiter with Recruiting Station Jacksonville in 2016. Through her time in the Marine Corps, SSgt Schilling has dedicated over 500 hours to volunteering with non-profit organizations such as: Toys for Tots, Warfighter’s in Arms, Operation Barnabas, and Jasper Animal Rescue Mission. SSgt plans to continue volunteering in the future as she moves on to Okinawa, Japan at the end of September.SSgt Justin Cabrera:SSgt Cabrera a native of Springfield, Massachusetts joined the United States Marine Corps in 2009. SSgt Cabrera began his career with 2nd Assault Amphibian Battalion at Camp Lejeune, North Carolina. During his five-year tour there he completed a deployment to Africa in a bi-lateral effort to train and tighten relations with the Ghanaian Military. He then went on to deploy again with a Task Force that stemmed, based off the attacks on American Embassies in 2012. He transferred duty stations to Camp Pendleton, California to become an instructor at his Military Occupational Specialty School. At the conclusion of his tour, he returned to the operating force to deploy once again to Okinawa, Japan attached to the 31st Marine Expeditionary Unit.In October of 2018, SSgt Cabrera transferred to Jacksonville, Florida where he is currently the Training Chief for the 4th Assault Amphibian Battalion Bravo Company. As a member of the active duty staff, he performs Marine Corps funeral honors in the North Florida and South Georgia area to support fallen veterans. SSgt Cabrera has also taken on the role as Toys for Tots coordinator for the Greater Jacksonville area. Last year, the Toys for Tots organization donated over 48,000 toys to 16,000 local children.LTC Laura Hart-Wickett:LTC. Wickett received her commission as a 2LT in the Women’s Army Corps, United States Army in 1976 and was assigned to the Military Police Branch. Throughout her honorable and trailblazing military career of 28 years, LTC. Wickett held many leadership roles within Military Police Branch, often being the 1st female officer assigned to a Command.After the 9/11 attacks, LTC Wickett was instrumental with creating and implementing new safety and security protocol for the Virginia and Georgia Army National Guard.Now retired, LTC. Wickett continues her personal commitment to selfless service as a member and Chaplain of the Women’s Army Corps Veterans Association Chapter 56 Jacksonville AND through her community service assisting the hurricane victims of the Florida Panhandle.MSgt Thompson:MSgt Bruce Thompson, United States Marine Corps retired, served 24 years on active duty working in the communication, logistics, and human resource management fields. Made multiple combat deployments. Awards include two meritorious service medals, 2 Navy & Marine Corps Commendation medals, 2 Navy & Marine Corps Achievement medals, and the Military Outstanding Volunteer Service Medal, among others awards.Since retiring in 2016, he has become the Executive Director of Vets4Vets of NEFL, a co-founder of Vets on T.A.P., co-chair of the Community Veterans Engagement Board of NEFL, and a member of multiple veteran non-profit boards. He has made it his priority to work with veterans, transitioning service members, and their families to improve on their quality of life, while working to ensure that veterans are not forgotten or ignored in the NEFL region.SSgt Wagner:Nathan Wagner served in the United States Air Force from 2008-2015 as a Cyber Systems Operator. While stationed at Keesler AFB in Mississippi for training, Nathan helped coordinate and lead the base Drum and Bugle Corps in various events to include: weekly retreat ceremonies, a Purple Heart ceremony, a Veterans Day Parade and various other shows and performances around the base. After PCSing to Holloman AFB in New Mexico, Nathan was direct communications support for the Predator and Reaper Remotely Piloted Aircraft training mission ensuring 100% uptime during critical training and support missions. Nathan was promoted to the rank of Staff Sergeant and was medically separated from Active duty after undergoing multiple foot surgeries at his final duty station.Currently Nathan is working as an administrator with the Clay County School District as a Technology Services Coordinator. While always wearing many hats, Nathan has recently been moved to the Cyber Security team within the School District and still actively gives his time as needed for any School District needs.SSG Jamal Hafiz:SSG Jamal joined the U.S. Army right after high school in 2003. Soon after, he deployed to Iraq in support of OIF as a truck driver running supply routes with the 942nd Transportation Company. After several years serving in different units, he decided to become an infantry man in the Florida Army National Guard as an Infantryman. He currently holds the rank of Staff Sergeant and has 16 years of service in the Army.Jamal is currently a SWAT team medic and Alachua County Sheriffs Office SWAT team. He is happily married to his wife Victoria.FESTIVAL INFO:Beaches Freedom Festival is North Florida’s largest summer event happening on Saturday, July 13th at the Jacksonville Beach Seawalk Pavilion. The festival benefits multiple veteran organizations and features live music, food trucks, a hot dog eating contest, corn hole tournament, artists, makers, vendors, kid zone, games, activities, and so much more.Music kicks off at noon by the band Kapowski with performances throughout the afternoon until 10pm. Headlining the festival from Jacksonville Fl is The Band Be Easy, widely known for their fusion of funk, pop, & reggae genres and legendary live shows! General admission to the festival is FREE, but to enjoy the complete experience, a VIP Pass is recommended.UPGRADED VIP EXPERIENCE–The festival’s new VIP area will include air-conditioned bathrooms, complimentary beer & refreshments, access to the All About Events shaded tent & chill lounge, shaded seating area, a commemorative cup, artist encounters and more.FESTIVAL HIGHLIGHTS – All attendees can indulge in street fare from over 14 of the area’s most popular food trucks plus visit 40+ local artist & vendors. Additionally, there will be a 2,500 square foot shaded tent with seating open to the public who are looking for a place to relax and escape the sun. Family friendly activities will include water slides and bounce houses, a human sized hamster wheel that makes snow cones, a putting green from The First Tee, face painters, games, crafts, and other activities.HONORING THOSE WHO SERVE– Veteran Non-Profits and community partners this year include Vets on TAP, The Beirut Memorial, One Team One Fight 4 PTSD, Florida4Warriors, Vets4Vets of Northeast Florida, Women's Army Corps Veterans' Association: Chapter # 56 Jacksonville Fl, The Wagoner Foundation, Warfighters in Arms, The Jacksonville Jaycees, plus more.“We are excited to be able to bring these special organizations together and assist them with public awareness and fundraising efforts for their critical missions in the community. Additionally, we will be honoring multiple Hometown Heroes on the main stage in-between entertainers for their outstanding character and dedication to serving others,”said Nathan Bradley, Director of Veteran Affairs at 904 Happy Hour.“Last year, thousands attended the festival’s 2ndyear in Jax Beach. It’s exciting to see the enormous amount of support from attendees and our sponsors to help make this community event possible. We produce this event to honor our Hometown Heroes, fundraise for our Veterans, and celebrate our great nation,”Charles Wagoner Jr, Event Promoter & Founder of The Wagoner Foundation.ENTERTAINMENT LINEUP + EVENTS SCHEDULE:SATURDAY, JULY 13TH:12:00 - 1:00 PM: Kapowski1:00 PM: Men's Hot Dog Eating Contest 1:00 PM: Cornhole Tournament Begins 1:30-2:30 PM: Julia Gulia2:30 PM: Womens Hot Dog Eating Contest 3:00-4:00 PM: Gov Club4:30-6:00 PM: Split Tone6:30-8:00 PM: Lets Ride Brass Band 8:30-10:00 PM: The Band Be EasySUNDAY JULY 14TH:8:00-10:00 AM: Summer Beach Clean UpCONTACTSQuestions, PR & Media Passes: Charles@904HappyHour.comB Roll, & Marketing Materials: Charles@904HappyHour.comVeteran & Community Affairs: NBradley@904HappyHour.comSponsorship, Group Tickets & Vendor Inquires: Events@904HappyHour.comArtist Interviews & Entertainment Inquires: niko@realtimemanagement.netEVENT WEB LINKSFestival Website: www.BeachesFreedomFest.comFestival Facebook: www.facebook.com/BeachesFreedomFestFestival Instagram:www.instagram.com/beachesfreedomfest | @BeachesFreedomFest Corn Hole Tournament Registration: http://bit.ly/2019CornholeTournamentHot Dog Eating Contest Sign Up: http://bit.ly/2019HotDogCompetitionBeach Cleanup: http://bit.ly/2019SummerBeachCleanup2018 Video Footage: www.youtube.com/watch?v=NSp7uZ-mOFw
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  • Jacksonville Job Fair
    10:00 am-1:00 pm
    07/17/2019
    1000 Water Street, Jacksonville, Florida 32204
    Our next job fair event will be taking place on Wednesday July 17th, 2019 at 10AM at The Prime Osborn Convention Center located at 1000 Water Street, Jacksonville, Florida 32204.This is a unique opportunity for job seekers to get guaranteed face time and make personal connections with recruiters and hiring managers from some of Northeast Florida's best companies and organizations.Companies and organizations will be looking to fill "Hundreds of Positions" in a variety of industries.  Click on the links below for our current roster of partners who will be recruiting at this event. https://drive.google.com/file/d/1baGEx8Dry-J7_-KNGAjLR7YYm5FBBJiT/view
  • Misunderstood Creatures of the Sea
    2:00 pm-3:00 pm
    07/17/2019
    Ponte Vedra Library, 101 Library Blvd., Ponte Vedra, FL
    Sharks: Misunderstood Creatures of the Sea
    When: Wednesday, July 17 from 2-3pm
    Where: Ponte Vedra Library, 101 Library Blvd., Ponte Vedra
    Details: Sharks are one of the most feared creatures of the sea, but what do you really know about them? Come learn about the shark species that frequent our waters, the unique adaptations these animals have, and the real facts about shark attacks. Sharks: Misunderstood Creatures of the Sea Details. This program is FREE and seating is on a first-come, first-served basis. For more info, contact Kelly Ussia at kussia@sjcfl.us or 904-209-0335.
  • Fall Prevention Workshop
    6:30 pm-8:30 pm
    07/17/2019
    1400 Marsh Landing Parkway, Suite 112, Jacksonville Beach Fl
    July 17, 2019Fall Prevention Workshop6:30-7:30 pmJohn Goetze Physical Therapy1400 Marsh Landing Parkway, Suite 112Jacksonville BeachCall 904-280-2001 to Register
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  • Volunteer Opportunities with St. Johns County Boards and Committees
    9:00 am-2:00 pm
    07/18/2019
    Volunteer Opportunities with St. Johns County Boards and CommitteesSt. Johns County, Fl – The St. Johns County Board of County Commissioners provides residents who have an interest in serving their community and participating in local government with avariety of board and committee opportunities. The volunteer positions consider and make recommendations regarding a myriad of topics including planning and zoning issues, developmentprojects, libraries, parks and recreation facilities and programs, and arts, culture, and tourism matters. The following boards and committees are currently accepting applications:• Affordable Housing Advisory Committee (applications due July 18)• Health & Human Services Advisory (applications due July 24)• Housing Finance Authority (applications due July 26)• Contractors Review Board (applications due July 30)Please visit the Boards and Commission Webpage at www.sjcfl.us/Boards to view the requirements and duties of each board and committee, download an application, or contact theBoard of County Commissioners office at 904.209.0300 or mlundquist@sjcfl.us for more information. 
  • Free Seminar Bird Photography 101
    6:30 pm-8:00 pm
    07/18/2019
    450 N State Rd 13 N, Suite 108, St. Johns Fl 32259
    Bird Photography 101A FREE Seminar Sponsored by Wild Birds Unlimited St Johns Announcing another free community program at Wild Birds Unlimited in St Johns!Join us July 18 th at 6:30 PM for a how-to seminar packed with valuable tips on how to attract, photograph and compose breathtaking images of your favorite birds.This entertaining and informative program is for beginners through experienced photographers. Regardless of the camera you own or experience level, you’re sure to come away inspired with ideas and tips for improving your skills. Our presenters, Gary Whiting and Cathy Murphy will share their favorite images and secrets on how to get a better shot!Gary is a certified FMNP Master Naturalist and photography instructor in the OLLI Continuing Education Program at the University of North Florida. Formerly with the FWC, Cathy is an experienced photography enthusiast and avid lifelong birder. Both are also staff associates at Wild Birds Unlimited. Seating is limited to the first 45 responses. Please RSVP at (904) 230-3242 or email wbujacksonville@yahoo.com to reserve and confirm your seat. The seminar is July 18 th at 6:30 PM in the Wild Birds Unlimited shop located at 450 N State Rd 13 N, Suite 108. That’s in the Julington VillageShopping Center (next to Publix).
  • Trout Creek Sunset Kayak Trips
    6:30 pm-8:30 pm
    07/18/2019
    Trout Creek Park, 6795 Collier Road, St. Augustine
    Trout Creek Sunset Kayak Trips
    When: Daily trips from Thursday, July 18 to Sunday, July 21 from 6:30-9pm
    Where: Trout Creek Park, 6795 Collier Road, St. Augustine
    Details: Come explore Palmo Cove with St. Johns County Naturalists. Participants will paddle the creek out to the St. Johns River and learn about the unique history and diverse wildlife of the area. At the end of the tour, we will get to experience a beautiful sunset on the water. Fees: • SJC Resident Providing Own Boat $20 per person • Non SJC Resident Providing Own Boat $30 per person • SJC Resident Using a County Boat $40 per person • Non SJC Resident Using a County Boat: $50 per person. To register, contact Kelly Ussia at kussia@sjcfl.us or 904-209-0335. When setting up a reservation, include a phone number, email, date of the trip you would like to attend, residency status, and if you will be using a county kayak. There is a 12-foot boat length minimum for participants bringing their own boat. Trout Creek Kayaking Details.
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  • JaxParks – Summer Volunteer Projects
    9:00 am-12:00 pm
    07/19/2019
    Castaway Island Preserve at 2885 San Pablo Rd. S Jacksonville Fl 32225

    Friday Mornings in JaxParks – Summer Volunteer Projects

    Timucuan Parks Foundation has partnered with JaxParks for Friday Mornings in JaxParks – Summer Volunteer Projects. The organizations are looking for volunteers to join them Friday, July 19 from 9 a.m. to 12 p.m. at Castaway Island Preserve at 2885 San Pablo Rd. S.

    Volunteers are asked to meet at 9 a.m. in the education center. They are asked to wear closed-toe shoes and bring work gloves, loppers, and clippers (if they have them), sunscreen, insect repellent, a hat, sunglasses and a full reusable water bottle. Timucuan Parks Foundation will have additional work gloves, tools, and supplies and will provide Nature Valley granola bars and water. Volunteers of all ages are welcome. Volunteers under 18 must have a waiver signed by a parent or guardian. Children under 16 must be accompanied by a parent, guardian or scout leader during the project. Volunteers are eligible for community service hours.

    Volunteers can sign up at https://uwnefl.galaxydigital.com/need/?agency_id=86336. To receive a waiver or for more information, visit https://www.timucuanparks.org/volunteer/.

    This project is made possible through grants from Outdoor Foundation (a National Park Service Challenge grant), REI, and the National Environmental Education Foundation.

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  • Sharks: Misunderstood Creatures of the Sea
    2:00 pm-3:00 pm
    07/23/2019
    Anastasia Island Library, 124 Sea Grove Main St., St. Augustine
    Sharks: Misunderstood Creatures of the Sea
    When: Tuesday, July 23 TWO SESSIONS! 2-3pm and 3-4pm
    Where: Anastasia Island Library, 124 Sea Grove Main St., St. Augustine
    Details: Sharks are one of the most feared creatures of the sea, but what do you really know about them? Come learn about the shark species that frequent our waters, the unique adaptations these animals have, and the real facts about shark attacks. Sharks: Misunderstood Creatures of the Sea Details. This program is FREE and seating is on a first-come, first-served basis. For more info, contact Kelly Ussia at kussia@sjcfl.us or 904-209-0335.
  • Behind the Lightner - Upstairs/Downstairs Tour
    5:30 pm
    07/23/2019
    75 King St, St. Augustine, FL 32084
    This summer, immerse yourself in the history of the museum’s building with a special evening tour of the former Hotel Alcazar. Enjoy a complimentary glass of wine or beer and light hors d’oeuvres prior to the tour in the beautiful lobby of the museum. Then, wind your way through spaces not typically seen by the general public in a behind the scenes view of what life was like for the aristocrats who stayed at the hotel and the staff who served them during the Gilded Age. The tour finishes on the mezzanine overlooking the historic pool.
    This intimate evening tour is limited to 10 people per group. Cost is $45.00 per person. The tour is recommended for adults only. Guests will be walking up several flights of stairs and will stand throughout. Tickets must be purchased 24 hours in advance.
    Tours are offered on Summer Evenings
    Tuesday, July 23rd @ 5:30 pm
    Thursday, August 1st @ 5:30 pm
    Friday, August 2nd @ 5:30 pm
    Thursday, August 15th @ 5:30 pm
    Thursday, August 22nd @ 5:30 pm
    Reserve online or email treasurer@lightnermuseum.org today!
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  • Starling at Nocatee OPEN HOUSE:
    9:00 am-11:00 am
    07/25/2019
    999 Crosswater Pkwy, Ponte Vedra, Fl.  32081

    Starling at Nocatee will be having an OPEN HOUSE:

    OPEN HOUSE:

    Thursday, July 25th from 9am-11am

    Tours offered every 15 minutes

    Light refreshments served

    ADDRESS:

    Starling at Nocatee

    999 Crosswater Pkwy

    Ponte Vedra, Fl.  32081

    (904)686-2000

  • The American Legion Auxiliary & The Sons of the American Legion Unit 372 Meeting
    7:00 pm-9:00 pm
    07/25/2019
    4280 Oldfield Crossing Dr, Jacksonville, FL 32223
    The American Legion Auxiliary Unit 372 meets on the 4th Thursday of the month starting at 7:00 PM. Meetings are held at the Elks Lodge.The Sons of the American Legion Squadron 372 also meets on the 4th Thursday of the month starting at 7:00 PM. Also at the Elks Lodge.
  • SHREK THE MUSICAL
    8:00 pm-10:00 pm
    07/25/2019
    106 6th Street North • Jacksonville Beach, FL 32250

    Players by the Sea Theatre & The Lazzara Family Foundation Proudly Present

    SHREK THE MUSICAL

    Book & Lyrics by David Lindsay Abaire

    Music by Jeanine Tesori

    Based on the DreamWorks Animation Motion Picture and the book by William Steig

    Directed by Jason Nettle, Music Direction by Cathy Dooley,Choreography by Kylie Gilberto, Additional Sponsor: Claire Cimino

    Production Manager: Jereme Raickett, Stage Manager: Jennifer Balestra, Lighting Designer: Daniel Dungan, Makeup Artist: Lisa Fleming"

    SPECIAL SUMMER MUSICAL FUNDRAISER!

    On Our Mainstage | July 19 - August 11, 2019

    General Admission: $28

    Senior/Student/Military: $25

    Thursday Nights are Student Nights! $14 Tickets at the Door with a Valid I.D.

    (Memberships not applicable for the Summer Musical Fundraiser)

    “Once upon a time, there was a little ogre named Shrek....” Thus begins the tale of an unlikely hero who finds himself on a life-changing journey alongside a wisecracking Donkey and a feisty princess. Throw in a short-tempered bad guy, a cookie with an attitude and over a dozen fairy tale misfits, and you’ve got the kind of mess that calls for a real hero. Luckily, there’s one on hand... and his name is Shrek.

    Tickets on sale now at playersbythesea.org or call 904.249.0289!

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  • Summer Volunteer Conference
    8:30 am-11:45 am
    07/31/2019
    The Fullerwood Center, 10 Hildreth Drive, St. Augustine, FL, 32084

    Summer Volunteer Conference

    RSVP of St. Johns County and the St. Johns County School District will be hosting a summer education conference for volunteers Wednesday, July 31. Experts in the areas of mentoring, tutoring, and school readiness will be sharing strategies with volunteers who are currently serving and those who are interested in volunteering.  The conference will take place 8:30 – 11:45 a.m. at The Fullerwood Center, 10 Hildreth Drive, St. Augustine, FL, 32084.  For more information and to register, contact Cheryl Freeman at Cheryl.Freeman@stjohns.k12.fl.us or (904) 547-3952.

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