It may not snow in St. Augustine, but the Nation’s Oldest City is a winter wonderland during the holiday season. The 25th Annual Nights of Lights celebration begins November 17 and continues through February 3, 2019.
During Nights of Lights, the city’s historic district is lit by more than 3 million white lights from the ground to the rooftops. Historic buildings, museums, local businesses, the Bridge of Lions, the city’s bayfront walkway, hotels, bed & breakfasts and private residences all take part in the sparkly tradition.Read More
Did you know that more than three-quarters of all golfers are male? According to the National Golf Foundation, a Florida-based company that conducts research on the golf industry, the good news is that females have a bright future in the game.Read More
On Tuesday, May 22nd, during the Night Market at the St Augustine Amphitheatre, Friends of St...Read More
Pictured above from left to right are the April 11th, April 16th and April 18th tours. Tours are...Read More
The pet shelter, Wags ‘ n Whiskers, on Old Moultrie Road in St. Augustine is a volunteer organization sheltering and fostering pets (dogs and cats), and works with Petco as a venue for the adoption days. They are always looking...Read More
The Garden Club of St. Augustine, Annual Tour of Homes,” Christmas in the Flagler Era” is a tribute to Henry Morrison Flagler. Flagler, a man of culture and vision, transformed a sleepy coastal town into the Winter Resort of America’s wealthy.Read More
Soon children all across St. Augustine will be hunting for glamorously decorated hard boiled eggs...Read More