Cultural Events 11/12 through 11/19

St. Johns Cultural Council
Please call ahead, as changing weather conditions may affect some events.

Thursday, November 12

Fashion
4th Annual Big Trunk Show
“Local fashions for men, women and children, beverages/food, music and more.
7:00p.m. to Midnight
Cafe Eleven
501 A1A Beach Blvd.
904-460-9311
www.cafeeleven.com

Lecture
Evenings at the Whitney Lab
Dr. James C. Liao, How to Catch More Fish: the Biomechanic and Neurobiology of Fish Swimming in Turbulence
7:00p.m. Free.
Whitney Laboratory
9505 Ocean Shore Blvd.
904-461-4000
www.whitney.ufl.edu

Friday, November 13

Movie
The Band’s Visit, “The setting is a charmless Israeli desert town, assessed as offering ‘no Arab Culture, no Israeli culture, no culture at all”
7:00p.m.
Unitarian Universalist Fellowship
2487 A1A South
471-2047

Concert
Zac Brown Band w/Nic Cowan, Sonkia Leigh, Levi Lowrey
7:30p.m.
Tickets: $29-34
St. Augustine Amphitheatre
1340C A1A South
904- 471-1965
www.staugamphitheatre.com

Special Event
Pen Women of St. Augustine present:
Gifts from the Heart
Artists, photographers, and authors will display their work.
Friday-Saturday: 10a.m. to 5p.m.
Sunday 12 to 5p.m.
Ponce de Leon Mall
St. Augustine
www.staugpenwomen.com
www.americanpenwomen.org

Saturday, November 14

Marker Unveiling
Florida Memorial University Choir
Unveiling of historical marker devoted to the contribution of Florida Memorial students to the local civil rights struggles.
1:00p.m.
Collier-Blocker-Puryear Park
Holmes Boulevard and West King Street

Northwest Art Walk
Northwest Arts Advocacy presents:
Second Saturday Art Walk at Bartram Walk
40 First Coast artists exhibit, music, and book signing by Stetson Kennedy
3:00-7:00p.m.
Bartram Walk1 12 Bartram Oaks Walk
(corner of SR 13 and Race Track Rd.)
904-962-1510

Drum Circle
Timucua Tribe Gathering, with Drum and Dance
7:00p.m.
Old Main Gate
St. George Street, St. Augustine

Concert
Gamble Rogers Folk Festival Benefit Concert
Aaron O’Rourke, The Gatorbone Trio, The Peyton Brothers, and ‘Florida’s Daughters’
7p.m. Tickets: $25-$35
Flagler College Auditorium
14 Granada St. St. Aug.
904-794-4163

Concert
Indigo Planet Records presents:
Invisible Music for Invisible Children
A benefit concert and cd release party for Invisible Children and St. Johns Cultural Council
Alaina Alexander, The Duppies, Lettuce Olive, Amy Hendrickson & the Prime Directive
8:30p.m. Tickets: $8
Cafe Eleven
501 A1A Beach Blvd. St. Aug.
www.invisiblechildren.com
www.stjohnsculture.com

Sunday, November 15

Concert
EMMA Concert Series presents:
Petronel Malan, “Grammy nominated pianist”
2:00p.m. Tickets: $22
Flagler College Auditorium
14 Granada Street
904-797-2800
www.emmaconcerts.com

Concert
Lucero’s Ramblin Roadshow & Memphis Revue
Special guests: Cedric Burnside & Lightnin’ Malcolm, The Dirty Streets
8:30p.m. Tickets: $18
Cafe Eleven
501 A1A Beach Blvd.
904 460-9311
www.cafeeleven.com

Exhibit
St. Augustine Art Association presents:
Abstract Expression of Jean Banas
“Interactive Action Painting Demo and Lecture”
2:00-3:00p.m. $3 donation.
Reservations required.
904-824-2310
St. Augustine Art Association
22 Marine Street

Tuesday, November 17

Lecture/recital
EMMA presents:
Pianist, Christine Clark
“Classical and contemporary piano works”
7:00p.m. $6.00, students free.
904-797-2800
www.emmaconcerts.com

Lecture
Flagler Community Lecture Series
Dr. Michael Butler, Singing Songs about the Southland: Music and the White Male Identity in the Post-Civil Rights South
10a.m. Tickets: $5
Flagler Room at Flagler College
74 King Street
904-819-6282
www.flagler.edu

Movie
Oliver Twist
Discussion led by author/critic Robert Pohle
7:00p.m.
Cyprian Center for the Expressive Arts
130 Martin Luther King Avenue
904-806-4508
www.cypriancenter.org

Special Event
The Hidden Lightner
Tour the fourth floor!
6:00-9:00p.m.
Lightner Museum
75 King Street
www.jslofstaugustine.org

Special Event
Cultural Center at Ponte Vedra Beach
15th Anniversary Celebration
Honoring founders and past board presidents and patrons.
Reception/dinner, silent auction, music
7:00p.m.
Tickets: $100 per person 904-280-0614
www.ccpvb.org

Wednesday, November 18

Special Event
November 18-21
Limelight Theatre presents:
Celebrity Cabaret,Cirque du Cabaret
Hilarious musical acts, open bar, food
Limelight Theatre
11 Old Mission Road
904-825-1164
www.limelight-theatre.org

Thursday, November 19

Lecture
St. Augustine Art Association
David Ouellette, Parallel Worlds: western Europe and the New World
Pictorial presentation about Western European influences during the founding of St. Augustine
7p.m. Free
St. Augustine Art Association
22 Marine Street
904-824-2310

Theatre
November 19-21
Bartram Trail High School
Jekyll and Hyde
7:30p.m. $10 adults, $5 students
7399 Longleaf Pine Parkway, St. Johns
904-547-8340

Theatre
November 19-21
Creekside High School
The Diary of Anne Frank
7p.m. $ 10 adults, $5 students
100 Knights Lane, St. Johns
904-547-7300

Dance
Center for the Arts at St. Augustine High School and Murray Middle School present:
Dance Into Fall
A showcase of middle and high school dancers
7:00p.m. Tickets: $5
St. Augustine High School Auditorium
3205 Varella Ave.
904-547-8530

Continuing events:

Through Nov. 20

Exhibit
Crescent Beach Paint Out Art Advocate Gallery
11a.m. -3p.m.
76 B San Marco Ave.
www.stjohnsculture.com
www.crescentbeachpaintout.com

Sundays through Nov.29

Community Activity
Scarecrow Making Contest
Weekly event.
Straw and supplies provided.
Noon to 4:0p.m. FREE
The Sunday Market
Vilano Beach Pier

For additional details on the cultural events reported to Historic City News by St. Johns Cultural Council, visit their website at www.stjohnsculturalcouncil.org

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