Winter in the Historic City doesn’t gradual down, and this 7 days proves it. Songs with the Count Basie Orchestra, an arts and crafts pageant, a hike in the Matanzas Inlet, looking at a are living taping of St. Augustine Tonight, and a wine festival at Flagler Faculty – the number and assortment of things you can do is exceptional.
Fort Mose Jazz & Blues Sequence 2022: Depend Basie Orchestra
Scheduled for Fort Mose Historic Point out Park, the website of America’s to start with legally sanctioned settlement of no cost African Americans, the Count Basie Orchestra will complete on Friday, Feb. 18. The live performance will attribute the variety of blues and swing that was commenced in 1935 by Rely Basie.
The live performance is element of the collaboration among the St. Augustine Amphitheatre and Fort Mose Historic Condition Park to honor the cultural and historic significance of Fort Mose. Starting up time is 7 p.m. at Fort Mose Historic Point out Park, 15 Fort Mose Path, St. Augustine. For information, call 904-823-2232 or pay a visit to floridastateparks.org.
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Arts & Crafts Pageant at the Pier
This once-a-year festival, which usually takes area on two weekends this 12 months, Feb. 19-20 and March 12-13, attracts crafters and artists from all in excess of the region. The pageant will function everything from jewelry to ceramics to stained glass to good artwork, alongside with food and drink for sale and plants, herbs, fruits and veggies. Admission is totally free.
The St. Johns County Pier is at 350 A1A Beach front Blvd. on Anastasia Island. For info, call 352-344-0657 or visit st-johns.fl.us/Recreation/FishingPier
‘St. Augustine Tonight’ clearly show taping
This is your possibility to go to a are living taping of “St. Augustine Tonight” with host Jorge Rivera and job interview with attendees, as effectively as audio and, from time to time, a comic. Other friends contain authors, archeologists, photographers, environmentalists, educators and entrepreneurs.
The taping usually takes put Tuesday, Feb. 22, at the Lincolnville Museum and Cultural Heart, 102 M L King Ave., St. Augustine. For information, connect with 904-824-1191 or visit lincolnvillemuseum.org.
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Matanzas Inlet guided hike
Get exterior and understand about your setting with a guided hike as a result of the Matanzas Inlet on Thursday, Feb. 24, at 9:30 a.m. Understand all about the inlet, such as information and facts about seashells, sea birds, coquina rock, mollusks, the behaviors of crabs and the at any time-modifying shoreline.
The hike is totally free but reservations are requested. Members can fulfill at the inlet’s parking large amount, north of the inlet bridge and the city of Marineland at 8655 A1A S., St. Augustine. For information, or to make a reservation, call 904-823-4500 or take a look at gtmnerr.org
Spanish Wine Festival 2022
What better way to conclude the week than to delight in Spanish foods and wine at the St. Augustine Spanish Wine Pageant, Thursday, Feb. 24, via Saturday, Feb. 26. Held at a number of destinations at Flagler School and at the Lightner Museum, the festival commences at 6 p.m. Thursday and concludes with the grand tasting from 2-5 p.m. Saturday, featuring much more than 100 samples of Spanish wine.
For details or tickets, connect with 904-823-4500 or visit spanishwinefestival.com/tickets.
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