Cultural Events February 4 – 12

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

January 16-February 16-Theatre
Man of LaMancha, “the story of the power of dreams”
Deaf interpreter Feb. 7
Tickets: $25, Students: $10
Limelight Theatre
11 Old Mission Avenue, St. Augustine
Info: 904-825-1164

Saturday, January 31 – Concert
EMMA Concert
Philadelphia Virtuosi, “Chamber orchestra”
8:00p.m. Tickets: $22, students $5
Flagler College Auditorium
Granada Street, St. Augustine
Info: 904-797-2800

Through Feb. 20 – Exhibit
The Figure in Art
St. Johns Cultural Council’s Art Advocate Gallery
76 B San Marco Ave.
Info: 904-826-4116

Friday, February 6 – Artwalk
First Friday Artwalk
Downtown St. Augustine galleries open late

Opening receptions from 5-9p.m.
*P.A.St.A Fine Art Gallery
214 Charlotte St., St. Augustine
Kathleen Mahling, “the alligator, watercolors”
Info: 824-0251
*Premier Properties Realty Group
88 Riberia St.,
Francoise with The Colors of the Caribbean
*Mullet Beach Gallery
51 Cordova Street
LOVE, “local jewelry”
Info: 904-829-6831
*Holborn Gallery
134 Riberia Street
John Reed, “San Sebastian River Artist”
Info: 904-827-9355
*Butterfield Garage Art Gallery
137 King Street
10th Year Celebration
Info: 904-825-4577

Thursday, February 5- Writers Lecture
Flagler College Writers Series
James W. Hall. “author and poet: Red Sky at Night, Forests of the Night”
Flagler College
Flagler Room, Ponce Hall

Saturday, February 7 – Farmers Market
Old City Farmers Market
Food, produce, crafts, art, music..
St. Augustine Amphitheatre parking lot
Info: 904-471-1965

Saturday, February 7 & Feb. 8 – Concert
Jan Crawford, “sings Billie Holiday”
Feb. 7 at 2:00p.m. Feb 8 at 7:30p.m.
Limelight Theatre
11 Old Mission Avenue
Info: 904-825-1164

Saturday, February 7- Family Fun
Island Fun Day- Beading Party
$10 per person plus supplies
In the Gallery: Robert Rohrich,”Landscapes North and South”
Island Center of Crescent Beach
6277 A1A South
Info 904-471-5808

February 8- Exhibit Opening
Figure and Portrait Show
Opening reception 2-5p.m.
St. Augustine Art Association
22 Marine Street
Info: 904-824-2310

Sunday, February 8 – Concert
EMMA Concert Association presents:
The Concertante Ensemble, “sextet of young string players”
2:00p.m. Tickets: $22, Students: $5
Flagler College Auditorium
14 Granada Street, St. Augustine
Info: 904-797-2800

Sunday, February 8 – Concert
Art Garfunkel and the Jacksonville Symphony Orchestra
St. Augustine Amphitheatre
1340 A1A South
Info: 904-471-1965

Tuesday, February 10- Theatre
I Want to Know, “a one-act aids awarness play by K.T. Curran”
Performed by The Murray Players from Murray Middle School
7:30 p.m. Tickets: $5 All proceeds go towards funding their trip to the State Thespian competion.
Limelight Theatre
11 Old Mission Ave.
Info: 819-8470

Tuesday, February 10- Lecture
St. Augustine Historical Society Lectures
Moultrie Community and its History
Beth Rogero Bowen SAHS Trustee
Southeast Branch Library
6670 US1 South

Wednesday, February 11 – Documentary
Journey to Freedom, “a feature about Martha and Waitstill Sharp who helped rescue Jews during WW2″”
Producer, Artemis Joukowsky, and grandson of Martha and Waitstill Sharp will answer questions after the film.
6 and 8 p.m.
Flagler College, Gamache-Koger Theater
50 Sevilla St., St. Augustine
Info: 904-819-6205

February 12-14- Blues Festival
Blues Festival
Hurricane Patty’s
Next to Oyster Creek Marina next on US1
Info: 904-540-1449

February 12- Lecture
Searching for Giant Fossil Sharks in Peru
Bruce J. MacFadden, Phd.
Evenings at Whitney
Center for Marine Studies
9505 Ocean Shore Blvd., St. Augustine

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