St. Augustine, FL - International bands, Highland games, Scottish and Irish Clans, Celtic artisans and food, a Whisky Tasting and Northeast Florida's ONLY St. Patrick's Day Parade will bring CELTIC to town!
The 5th Annual St. Augustine Celtic Music & Heritage Festival is set for March 13-15 at Francis Field, 29 W. Castillo Drive, downtown St. Augustine.
Why was the Celtic Festival started in the Ancient City?
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St. Augustine, FL — The Boys Next Door is a two-act comedy-drama about four intellectually disabled men who live together in a small apartment — and Jack, the caring social worker who is on the verge of career burn-out.
Limelight Theatre’s co-founder Jean Rahner directs the play, staged March 6-29 on the Matuza Main Stage, 11 Old Mission Ave., uptown St. Augustine.
The cast includes Patric Robinson as Lucien; George Bennis as Senator; Rich Nowell as Mr. Klemper; Joseph Stearman as Jack; Lucas Hopper as Barry; Jan Buksar as Norman; Thomas Muniz as Arnold; Katie Timoney as Sheila; Lou Agresta as Mr. Hedges and Corbin; and Margaret Kaler as Mrs. Fremus, Mrs. Warren, and Clara.
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St. Augustine, FL (March 2) - The St. Augustine Art Association, in partnership with St. Johns County Schools, will present the 10th Annual All-County High School Art Show, March 6 - 29, at 22 Marine Street.
Art teachers in all of the local high schools selected a combined total of 150 student works of art for the exhibit. The materials range from experimental digital media and graphite studies to abstract pottery and sculptural assemblages.
Installed by Rebecca Williams, teacher, and coordinated by Tommy Bledsoe, St. Johns County Fine Arts Program Specialist, the exhibition is sponsored by Carr, Riggs and Ingram and was judged by Cable Spence, an artist, musician and Advisory Board Member of the St. Augustine Art Association.
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