Cultural Events March 11 – March 19

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

Wednesday, March 11- Concert
Mason Jennings, “insights of a poet, political broadsides of a protest singer.”
8:30p.m. Tickets: $15
Cafe Eleven
501 A1A Beach Blvd., St. Aug. Beach
460-9311
www.cafeeleven.com

Thursday, March 12 – Lecture
Robert W. Trochia presents Lost Colony
“A look back at the artists who painted scenes of St. Augustine during and after the Great Depression.”
7p.m. Free
St. Augustine Art Association
22 Marine St., St. Augustine
824-2310
www.staaa.org

Thursday, March 12 -Concert
Runaway Breakdown, “gypsy, jazz, and swing”
7:30p.m.
The Center for Spiritual Living
1795 Old Moultrie Road, St. Aug.
904-825-3600
www.cplstaugustine.org

Friday, March 13 – Lecture
St. Augustine Celebrates Archaeology Month
The Case of the Disarticulated Donkey presented by Carl Halbirt and Melissa Dezendorf
10a.m. and 2p.m. Free
Visitor’s Information Center Theatre,
Castillo Drive, St. Augustine
825-1029

Friday, March 13, & 14-Theatre
A Classic Theatre presents:
The Woman Rebel, “staged reading about four influential American women”
7:30p.m. Tickets: $15
San Marco Theatre
28 San Marco Ave., St. Aug.
461-5056

Friday, March 13- Movie
4 Months, 3 Weeks, 2 Days
“intense drama set in Bucharest in the mid-1980’s”
7:00p.m.
Unitarian-Universalist Fellowship
SR A1A and Florida Ave
St. Augustine Beach
687-1543

March 13-Theatre
The Miracle Worker
7:30p.m.Tickets: $20-25
Thurs., Fri., Sat., @ 7:30p.m.
Sunday @ 2:00p.m.
Limelight Theatre
11 Old Mission Road, St. Aug.
904-825-1164
www.limelight-theatre.org

Saturday, March 14- Dance
Movement as Expression and Transformation
Taught by Claudia Toller
All ages, all levels.
1-2:30p.m. $12 members, $15 non
Center for Spiritual Living
1795 Old Moultrie Road
St. Augustine
377-8277

Saturday, March 14- Concert
Willie Nelson
7:30p.m.
St. Augustine Amphitheatre
1340C A1A South, St. Augustine
471-1965
www.staugamphitheatre.com

Sunday, March 15- Skits/readings
Women’s History Celebration
Reading by Anne Kraft and performances by the Limelight Theatre’s KidzfACTory
ROWITA recipients: Anne Kraft and Emma Lee Carpenter
3:00p.m. Free.
SJCC Art Advocate
76 B San Marco Ave., St. Aug.
904-826-4116
www.stjohnsculture.com

Sunday, March 15-Concert
EMMA Concert Association
Jacksonville Symphony with guitarist Paul Galbraith
2p.m. Tickets: $30, Students: $5
Flagler College Auditorium
14 Granada St., St. Augustine
797-2800
www.emmaconcerts.com

Sunday, March 15 – Horticulture
Herb Class, ” 25 herbs and their culinary and medicinal use”
Herb tea and crupmpets will be served.
Free
Holly’s Nursery
180 Pine Island Road, St. Aug.
904-342-4444

Monday, March 16- Concert
A Slight Breeze, “music that carries you mentally, emotionally, and spiritually”
8:30p.m. Tickets: $5
Cafe Eleven
501 A1A Beach Blvd., St. Aug.
460-9311
www.cafeeleven.com

Tuesday, March 17- Lecture
Flagler College Community Lecture Series
Peter Spiller with “The Last Mountain: Conquest of Juliana Top”
10a.m. $5
Flagler College
Flagler Room
74 King Street, St. Augustine
904-819-6282
www.flagler.edu

Tuesday, March 17-Storytelling
Tale Tellers of St. Augustine
Much Ado About Stories
7:30p.m. $8
Limelight Theatre
11 Old Mission Ave., St. Aug.
471-0179 or 386-446-4909

Thursday, March 19-Lecture
St. Augustine Historical Society Lecture
German World War II POWs in Florida presented by Dr. Robert Billinger, Prof. of History
7:00p.m.
Flagler College
Flagler Room
74 King St., St. Augustine

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

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