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The City of St. Augustine’s Annual Arbor Day Ceremony will take place on Friday, January 19, 2024 at 11:00am at at Davenport Park, adjacent to the SJC Main Library, located at W. San Carlos.

City Commissioner Barbara Blonder will offer a special recognition to long-time resident and community volunteer, Gina Burrell, in appreciation for her many years of dedicated volunteer service in the community.

Additionally, an Oak tree will be planted, remarks will be offered by the Street Tree Advisory Committee (STAC) Chair, Freemont Latimer. There will also be a poetry reading by the City’s Poet Laureate, Norma Sherry.

This year, City staff will be giving away Red Cedar, Southern Magnolia, Winged Elm, and Sweet Bay saplings at Davenport Park.

There will also be a drive-thru sapling distribution from 10:00am-2:00pm (or while supplies last) via the W. Castillo Drive Entrance of the Historic Parking Facility.

Click the event website link for all additional information.

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January 19
11:00 am
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Davenport Park
180 San Marco Avenue
St. Augustine, 32084 United States
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