Cultural Events this week

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

Concert
WFCF 88.5 Flagler College Radio
JB’s Good Morning Americana Show
present
Jill Andrews with Matt Butcher
7:00p.m. Free
Flagler College Auditorium
14 Granada Street
www.myspace.com/goodmorningamericana

Special Event
Native American Traditions
Jim Sawgrass and his nationally acclaimed dancers, drummers, and storytellers
7:00p.m.under the stars
$15 Adults/$5 Kids twelve and under
Reservations suggested
Fountain of Youth Archaeological Park
11 Magnolia Ave.
904-599-2113

Saturday, November 28

Special Event
St. Augustine Art Association’s
43 Annual Fall Art & Craft Festival
Over 150 of the finest regional and national artists, Kids Art Zone, Cultural Displays, Artist Demos, Raffles, Artist Paint Out and entertainment.
Saturday and Sunday from 10a.m. – 5:00p.m.
Francis Field
US 1 and West Castillo Drive
904-824-2310
www.staart.org

Special Event
Uptown Saturday Night
Shops along San Marco Avenue are open from 5-9p.m.with special exhibits, refreshments, and more

W.B. Tatter Studio/Gallery
Serendipitous
Polaroid works by Heather Blanton and Xavier Brunet
Artist reception 5-8p.m.
76 A San Marco
904-823-9263
www.wbtatter.com

Sunday, November 29

Community Activity
Scarecrow Making Contest
Straw and supplies provided.
Noon to 4:0p.m. FREE
The Sunday Market
Vilano Beach Pier
904 540-8797 8

Poetry
Spoken Word Series by
Ancient City Poets
Open Mic featuring Judith Westley
3:00p.m.
Coffee Creations
Cobblestone Village
200 CBL Drive

Jazz
St. Augustine Jazz Society
Jazz Jam
2:00-6:00p.m. Donations
Royal St. Aug. Golf & Country Club at The Tavern and Fresh Grill
301 Royal St. Augustine
904-824-4653

Monday, November 30

Tuesday, December 1

Theatre
A Classic Theatre
It’s a Wonderful Life: A live radio play told with humor, old-time commercials, holiday songs, and live radio sound effects
7:30p.m. Tickets: $20
Limelight Theatre Studio Stage
11 Old Mission Road
904-829-5807

Wednesday, December 2

Lecture
Whitney Lab Lecture Series
Nobel Laureate, Martin Chalfie
GFP, Lighting Up Life
11a.m. Free
Whitney Lab Center for Marine Studies
9505 Ocean Shore Boulevard
904-461-4000
www.whitney.ufl.edu

Thursday, December 3

Movie

Cyprian Center for the Expressive Arts
Dead End with Humphrey Bogart
Movie and discussion with author and film critic Robert Pohle
7:00p.m.
130 Martin Luther King Ave.
904-806-4508
www.cypriancenter.org

Through January 3
Special Events at the St. Aug. Amphitheatre

Winter Wonderland
Ice skating, ice slide, sleigh rides, train rides, food, and more
12p.m. to 10p.m. daily
Prices vary
904-471-1965
1340C A1A South
www.staugamphitheatre.com
www.winterwonderlandflorida.com

Veddy Theatre Group’s
A Time for Everything
An original play by Kiki Tovey
inspired by a Leo Tolstoy Fairytale
Friday and Saturday nights
6:30, 7:30, & 8:30p.m.
Tickets: $5
St. Augustine Amphitheatre
904-806-2423
www.veddytheatre.org

For information on the local music scene visit: oldcity.com/musicnews

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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