Cultural Events May 27 – June 4


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

Through May 31 – Theatre
The Tempest, “magic, betrayal,, attempted murder, fairies and monsters.”
Thursdays – Saturdays at 7:30p.m.
Sunday Matinees at 2:00p.m.
Tickets: $20-25
Limelight Theatre
11 Old Mission Road, St. Augustine

Wed., May 27 – Concert
Navy Jazz Ensemble, 20 piece Naval Jazz Band
7p.m. Free.
St. Johns county Pier Park
350 A1A Beach Boulevard, St. Augustine

Thursday, May 28 – Concert
Concerts in the Plaza
Mid-Life Crisis Band, “Variety of pop & rock classics.”
7-9p.m. Free
Plaza de la Constitucion in St. Augustine
904 825 1004

Thursday, May 28 – Dance
SJC Center for the Arts At St. Aug. High School
Dance Recital
St. Augustine High School Auditorium
3205 Varella Avenue
St. Augustine
904) 547-8530

Friday, May 29 – Exhibit Opening
Joe Segal, Shifting Range. “wooden wall hung sculptures and prints.”
Opening 6:30-8:00p.m.
Exhibition through July 3.
The Cultural Center at Ponte Vedra Beach
50 Executive Way, Ponte Vedra Beach

Friday, May 29-Concert
Tony Furtado w/ Lonesome Bert & The Skinny Lizards
8:30p.m. Tickets: $12
Cafe Eleven
501 A1A Beach Blvd., St. Aug. Beach
904 460 9311

Saturday, May 30-Tour/lecture
Know Your City Tour by David Nolan
Citizens for the Preservation of St. Augustine
Two tours: 9:30a.m. and 12noon.
Leaving from The Old Jail Museum
167 San Marco Avenue, St. Aug.
Tickets: $10
Reservations required: 904 808 1886

Saturday, May 30- Cabaret
A Night of Cabaret, “featuring the best of Bartram Trail High School’s musical talent and a 5- course dinner.”
Two shows:
6:30-8:30p.m. and 9:00-11:00p.m.
Tickets: $35 per person
108 Julington Plaza Drive, St. Johns
For reservations: 904 547 8340 ext.. 22574
or Cobblestones at 904 230 6744

Saturday, May 30 – Street Happening!
Shops and galleries open from 5-9p.m. all along San Marco Avenue in St. Augustine.
Refreshments, music, local art, and more.

W.B. Tatter Studio Gallery
Katherine Michael, “Florida folk artist.”
5-9p.m. reception
76A San Marco Ave.,

Art Advocate
Visiting the Past, Facing the Future
SJC Student Art Show
5-9p.m. reception
76B San Marco Ave.,

A Step Back in Time
San Marco Ave.
Music by Lonesome Bert & Kenny Yarbrough

35 San Marco
SJC Center for the Arts at Murray Middle School Student Art Show
Over 40 student exhibit.
5-9p.m. reception

Sunday, May 31- Concert/Dance
Limelight Studio Live!, “listen and dance to live music.”
7:30p.m.: Michael Howard and Woody Pernell
8:15p.m.: Longfellow Street
9:30p.m.: Amy Hendrickson and the Prime Directive
Tickets: $5 in advance, $10 at the door.
For ages 21 and over please.
Limelight Theatre
11 Old Mission Road, St. Aug.
825- 1165

Sunday, May 31- Jazz Jam
St. Aug. Jazz Society’s monthly Jazz Jam
2-6p.m. Public and musicians invited.
Donations benefit the Scholarship Fund.
Royal St. Augustine Golf & Country Club
The Tavern and Fresh Grill
Off SR 16.
904 824 4653 or 797 3697

Wednesday, June 3- Concert
Music by the Sea Concert Series
Falling Bones, “Classic rock and roll.”
7p.m. Free
St. Johns County Pier Park Pavilion
350 A1A Beach Boulevard, St. Aug. Beach
904 347 8007

Thursday, June 4- Theatre
The Rocky Horror Show, ” Richard O’Brien’s loud, funny, raucous, and bawdy show.”
Adult audiences only recommended.
Thursday, Friday, Saturday at 7:30p.m.
11p.m. show on June 20.
Show runs June 4-20.
Tickets: $25. Student, senior, and military discounts available.
904 825 1164

Thursday, June 4 – Concert
Concerts in the Plaza
The Falling Bones, “vintage rock/rhythm & blues.”
7-9p.m. Free.
Plaza de la Constitucion, St. Augustine
904 825 1004

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