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Explore free coloring pages, interactive art sessions, and storytelling provided by this local nonprofit.
When the annual Plein Air Paint Out came to a halt, local artists decided to take their craft online.
Gary Lee Wingard and his wife Carolyn are spending their retirement pursuing both a lifelong love of music and an insatiable urge to follow the open road.
Social distancing and staying at home doesn't mean that we lose our access to art – the Art Association is just taking things online.
The local church will host a diocese-wide digital celebration of the most important week in the Christian calendar.
The nightly concerts will support local St. Augustine musicians during a time of cancelled gigs and closed venues.
The St. Johns County School District is working hard to offer a well-rounded education to students of all ages.
As we celebrate poetry month in April, the Ancient City Poets are gearing up to bring their words to the St. Augustine community.
You don't have to venture out into St. Augustine to explore, learn, and experience something new.
In between school closures and social distancing, we'd say the little ones need some educational entertainment.
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.
Head out to Francis Field on March 20-22 for the best of local seafood and a chance to support the community.
Hosted by the St. Augustine Sunrise Rotary, this favorite local festival will take place in November of 2020.
Hosted by STA Marketplace, this March event enables local parents to plan their kids' summers in one fun day.
Despite being almost fully blind, artist Steve Anderson has created his own unique style to document St. Augustine’s magnificent architecture.