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Historic Coast Culture presented by St. Johns Cultural Council


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Experience “Culture Around Every Corner” on Florida’s Historic Coast: St. Augustine, Ponte Vedra & the Beaches in St. Johns County, Florida. Florida’s Historic Cost is brimming with arts, culture and heritage throughout St. Augustine, Ponte Vedra and the Beaches. Enjoy dozens of galleries, concerts, festivals. There are tours, maritime attractions, living history reenactments, heritage events that showcase the lifestyle and cuisine of the area’s many cultures: Native Americans, Spanish, Greek, Minorcans, free African Americans and the British spanning more than 450 years. Walk the streets of St. Augustine and experience the culture and heritage woven into the cobblestone, the architecture, and the “neighborhoods” in the nation’s oldest city - from San Marco Avenue to St. George Street, from King Street to Lincolnville. Visit to find more about these unique cultural experiences on Florida’s Historic Coast. The St. Johns Cultural Council (SJCC) is a 501c 3 not-for-profit agency dedicated to the arts in St. Johns County. For more information, call (904) 808-7330 or visit

  • Average Visit Time:
  • Full day, Multi-day,
  • Business Type:
  • Associations,
  • Disabled Traveler Information:
  • ADA Compliant,


The St. Augustine Pirate Gathering

November 04, 2016 - November 06, 2016
This three-day family event features food, vendors, games, entertainment, live music, weapons demonstrations, sword fighting, a kids' play area, a parade and of course the famous pirate battles. Back this year is the overnight pirate encampment and living history display Canvas Cove, where the pirates live only with lanterns, fire pits, and tents! Friday: 1 – 10 p.m. Saturday: 10 a.m. – 10 p.m. Sunday: 10 a.m. – 5 p.m.

Florida Forever!

November 04, 2016 - December 31, 2016
From Nov. 4 through December 31, the St. Augustine Art Association presents Florida Forever! A popular, juried exhibit featuring Florida's flora and fauna, history and happenings, people and places from past and present. The opening reception will occur during the city's First Friday Art Walk on Nov. 4. Gallery Hours: Tue-Sat: Noon to 4pm Sundays: 2-5pm Free Admission Artwalk: First Friday of every month 5-9pm.

St. Augustine Colonial Night Watch

December 03, 2016
Enjoy a day of free re-enactments from St. Augustine’s colonial past in the years 1739-1785. See hundreds of costumed re-enactors as they perform military drills and cannon and musket firing. At night, see the torchlight parade as they march from the Castillo de San Marcos to the Government House for a welcome speech followed by singing of Christmas Carols to ring in the holiday season.

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