Historic City News sponsor, Old Town Trolley Tours, welcomed city officials and visitors to an unveiling ceremony for the marker identifying the Old Drug Store at 31 Orange Street as a Florida Heritage Site; sponsored by Historic Tours of America and the Florida Department of State.
Compassionate St. Augustine Executive Director, Caren Goldman, announced to local Historic City News reporters that film director Julia Clifford will participate in the debut of The Golden Way Project’s first documentary; “Children of the Civil Rights”.
St Augustine Easter Parade continues tradition By: Raphael Cosme Special to Historic City News This year the St. Augustine Easter Parade will take place on Sunday, April 5th and will begin at 3:00 p.m. at the Mission of Nombre de Dios.
Whether an out-of-town guest or a long-time resident, St. Augustine’s commemoration of its 450 year history is a great time to rediscover the beginnings of America at the Castillo de San Marcos National Monument.
Local historian and Executive Director of the St. Augustine Historical Society Susan R. Parker, Ph.D., announced to Historic City News that tickets are available to hear New York Times best-selling author, Steve Berry, during an upcoming fundraiser for their research library.
The Saint Augustine Maritime Heritage Foundation’s secretary and media director, Linda Allen, reported to Historic City News that their Executive Board will hold a Christening and naming ceremony for the St Augustine Chalupa on Sunday, March 22nd, at 3:00 p.m.