St. Augustine Visitors and Convention Bureau Communications Director Jay Humphreys announced the following weekend entertainment activities to the local St. Augustine news desk at Historic City News; including a host of Easter weekend activities.
Gwendolyn Duncan, President of the 40th ACCORD, Inc., told Historic City News in St. Augustine that her organization will sponsor a Freedom Trail Tour on the red Sightseeing Train with local historian David Nolan as guide.
Flagler’s Writers-In-Residence program will host poet Christopher Buckley on Friday, April 16th at 5:00 p.m. in the Gamache-Koger Theater of the Ringhaver Student Center, 50 Sevilla St.
Local government offices will be closed for the Easter holiday.
Don Juan Márquez Cabrera, royal governor of Florida from 1680 – 1687, receives warning from Havana in late February, 1683 that French and English buccaneers from New Providence, in the Bahamas, intend to attack the presidio of San Agustín (present-day St. Augustine, FL).
Tara Dodson reported that Keepers of the Coast are preparing to host their 4th annual Sea Turtle Education Festival, according to an announcement received from Tara Dodson by local news reporters at Historic City News in St. Augustine.
The local St. Augustine news desk has learned that Friday morning, Police Officer Jessica Pedonti responded to a business on SR-312 to investigate the theft of construction materials.
The local St. Augustine news desk has learned that Sunday evening, Police Officer William Protami responded to a residence on Atlantic Avenue to investigate a residential burglary.
Late one night, when we were all in bed, Mrs. O’Leary lit a lantern in the shed. Her cow kicked it over, Then winked her eye and said, “There’ll be a hot time in the old town tonight!”
Historic City News St. Augustine news reporters learned that William Raspberry, a former columnist for the Washington Post, will be the last speaker in the 2009-2010 Flagler College Forum on Government and Public Policy.