Students will learn how to build a snowman – baker style. Participants must be at least 8 years old. Ages 6-7 will be admitted if they have a parent or guardian to assist with tasks that their little hands struggle to accomplish. Those who are kids at heart, but no longer in body are also permitted so long as they promise to be on their very best behavior! RSVP- Fee is $35
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Phone Calls from Santa! Have your kids been naughty or nice? Time to find out with a phone call from Santa! Santa will be calling St. Johns County resident children ages 8 and younger from 6 to 7:30 p.m. December 5 through 7th. Parents, register your children from November 6 through December 2. For more information, call (904) 209-0386. Please thoroughly complete the Santa Calls Registration Form so your call will be as personalized as possible.
Drop by the library to make some beautiful fall crafts! All supplies are provided by the Friends of the Library. This program is open to kids of all ages. Check out our flyer inside the library to see what crafts we’re planning.
I’m a photographer, but I am also a mom, and I know serious cuteness happens far more regularly than when you have your family photos done. I also know photographing your own kids can be tough. So I am here to offer some tips to help you capture the cuteness you see with your eyes, […]
I recently had the opportunity to spend a few days with just my son. My husband had a family emergency back home, and my daughter went with him. So, it was just my son and me for two days. And, boy, did we have fun! That time also made me realize just how important it […]
St. Augustine Easter Week Festival along with Old Town Trolley Tours of St. Augustine and Ayla’s Acres No-Kill Animal Rescue announced that Loretta Switt will be the grand marshal of the upcoming St. Augustine Easter Parade scheduled for 3:00 p.m. on March 27, 2016.
The parade starts just north of the Mission of Nombre de Dios, heads south on San Marco Ave., continues south along the bayfront on Avenida Menendez, and winds through downtown to finish at the Plaza de la Constitución.
The St. Augustine Easter Parade began in 1956 through the organization of the St. Augustine Easter Week Festival, which was created at the time to increase tourism in the area. This family friendly parade, always on Easter Sunday, is known as the Parada delos Caballos y Coches, Parade of Horses and Carriages, and features St. Augustine’s Royal Family, the Easter Bunny, clowns, drill teams, community floats and marching bands,