Join the GTM Research Reserve for a frighteningly fun Halloween event, “EstuSCARY Festival and Haunted Forest Trail”. At the EstuSCARY Festival, enjoy Kid-Friendly booths, candy, popcorn, a food truck, and games. We’ll have Streaming the Bullet Food Truck onsite for some delicious food. Meet at the Environmental Education Center and remember to bring some cash for snacks and beverages. We’ll have water available for those with reusable water bottles. The EstuSCARY Festival is FREE to attend and opens at 6:00 p.m.
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Happy Fall Y’all! It’s that time of year again where we break out the boots, grab your favorite scarf, a pumpkin latte, and our favorite princess costume. Fall doesn’t officially begin until September 22nd, but if you’ve walked in Hobby Lobby you know it’s already here. From pumpkin patches, mazes and farms and even adult […]
Do you long for the days when Pirates roamed the streets of St. Augustine? Join the St. Augustine Swashbucklers as we host the First Annual “Oldest City Pirate Fest” in the Historic Colonial Quarter Downtown St. Augustine.
Pirate Fest Schedule:
Friday January 27th 8:00pm
A Welcoming get together for all the festival supporters, vendors, performers and workers of the event.. If you would like to come Party with us as we prepare to take over St. Augustine for the Weekend there is a $5.00 admission for non-festival personnel.
Saturday January 28th 10:00am – 5:30pm & 7:00pm – 9:00pm
Gates open at 10:00am: Step back in time and enjoy a full day of activities in the Historic Colonial Quarter. Gates Close @ 5:30pm to prepare the grounds for Tom Mason & the Blue Buccaneers Concert @ 7:00pm.
Saturday Night’s Featured Concert; Tom Mason & The Blue Buccaneers, A Nashville Tn. recording group making their St. Augustine debut appearance right here at the Old City Pirate Fest…
Sunday January 29th 11:00am – 4:00pm
Last day to take in the sights and sounds of Piracy in the Oldest City… Make sure to visit the vendors and take home some prized booty to remember your adventure.
Blacksmithing, Sword-fighting & Black Powder Weaponry Demonstrations, ; Musicians, Gypsies, Dancers, Magicians, Mermaids and other performers There are many themed areas throughout the Colonial Quarter including Two stages with performances throughout the day. Take time to visit “Vendors Row” We have many vendors, artisans, musicians and authors will be setup throughout the grounds with their fine crafted wares. We also have a Children’s area setup with games & prizes for our young P.I.T.S. (Pirates In Training).
Celebrate the Culture and Spirit of Southeastern Native American Cultures during a two day festival at the Fountain of Youth. The ISACO festival will be filled with a joyous celebration if life itself – Come be a part of this wonderful happening!
The First Annual Southeast Native American Gathering is free with Fountain of Youth admission, which is $15 for adults (ages 13 – 59); $14 for seniors (60+); $9 for children (ages 6 – 12); and free for toddlers (ages 5 and under).
Labor of Love Family Fest to benefit Alpha-Omega Miracle Home. Live music, entertainment, 12 Jumperama inflatables, food trucks, vendors, raffle & giveaways. Appearances by the Jax Sharks, the Jaguars, the Alligator Farm, 105.5 FM, Sherrif Shoar & more. Vehicles to climb on/in: helicopter, firetruck, etc. Bring blanket/chair. Pre-sale Jumperama wristbands are $10 ($15 day of.)
www.aomh.org for info or 904-823-8588.
Kids 12 and under free.
Seniors and Military (with ID): $3