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In between school closures and social distancing, we'd say the little ones need some educational entertainment.
While it's not the time to head out for a day of dining and shopping, you can still lend a hand to local businesses.
Children in need of meals during the unanticipated school closings can access free breakfast and lunch at these school locations.
With community health and welfare as the highest priority, here is a list of the events that have been cancelled or postponed and the businesses that have been temporarily closed.
Celebrate the season (and the time off from school) with these inexpensive local activities.
The Questers are helping preserve history the sponsorship of a lightship lens at the Museum.
Head out to the St. Johns County Agricultural Center on March 28-29 for everything you need to get your garden growing.
Dated back to the late 1800s, this weatherbeaten ship was a fascinating find for St. Augustine scholars.
Shake up your tired date nights with something a little more exciting and unusual right here in St. Augustine.