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Artists, Authors and Treasure Hunters Event

Trinity Episcopal Church 215 St George St, St. Augstine, FL, United States

Artists, Authors, and Treasure Hunters * The Masquerade Ball Meet famous Authors, Artists and Treasure Hunters.  Exciting lectures followed by a Masquerade Ball themed "Party Like it's 1715"! Start with a Meet & Greet at 11:00am. Keynote Speaker Carl Allen * Jim Sinclair, Maritime Archaeologist * Mike Daniel * The Amaitzing Art of Don Maitz [...]

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Festival of Chariots

Downtown St. Augustine St. Augustine, FL, United States

The Festival of Chariots will take place on Saturday,April 15, 2023 in downtown St. Augustine. Procession begins at 10:00am | Harinam will be held starting at 2:00pm. (times tentative) Amazing Prasadam feast will be provided. Traditionally known as Ratha Yatra, the Festival of Chariots is an ancient tradition which goes back thousands of years. Brought [...]


Color Struck – Play by Zora Neale Hurston

Lincolnville Museum and Cultural Center 102 M L King Avenue, Saint Augustine, FL, United States

Color Struck - Play by Zora Neale Hurston Don’t miss “Color Struck” one of Zora Neale Hurston’s revered works, set in St. Augustine, FL!  The Zora Project presents “Color Struck” in the Excelsior Room at the Lincolnville Museum and Cultural Center on April 28-30, 2023. Zora Neale Hurston, Florida’s award-winning writer and folklorist, was associated [...]


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