Community Events

Our favorite art markets, fun things to do, live music, & more

Community Events
Our favorite art markets, fun things to do, live music, & more
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*Atlantic Beach Farmers Market

This is a beautiful community market. You will find local seafood,beef, breads, produce, art, food trucks, soaps, sauces and much more. Please join us Sunday’s 10:00-2:00pm for local small business shopping

February 25, 2024
Farmers Market
*Art Galleries of St Augustine – First Friday Artwalk

The Art Galleries of St. Augustine (AGOSA) makes up the diverse art galleries and museums located in St. Augustine, Florida. Each one showcases outstanding collections of local, regional, national & international artists.

Every First Friday of the Month | 5:00pm – 9:00pm

As of January 1, 2022, AGOSA is now part of the St. Augustine Art Association a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization founded in 1924. The mission of the Art Association is to promote and enhance the arts in the area through exhibits, involvement in community projects, publicity, networking and other opportunities for artists.

Our events have cultivated a reputation for St. Augustine as an “Art Destination” among both locals and visitors.

A: You can start the free, self-guided Artwalk tour at any AGOSA Member Gallery, and see as few or as many as you’d like between 5-9PM on First Fridays. Most galleries feature changing monthly exhibits, refreshments and live music. Or tour our fine galleries throughout the month using our brochure and Artwalk map!

March 1, 2024
Arts & Culture
Savannah Bananas World Tour

We play Banana Ball– the fastest and most entertaining game of baseball.
Our players perform choreographed dances every game – Britney Spears, Michael Jackson, Toby Keith – You name it, they’ve danced to it.
We are the only baseball team to play in kilts. That’s right, kilts.
Our players perform in over-the-top music videos like Old Town Road, Can’t Stop the Peeling, and I Don’t Dance.
Our hitters walk ups are legendary. Bananas may be escorted to the plate by the Banana Pep Band, walk down the yellow carpet wearing the finest Dolce and Banana, or they may even introduce themselves.

March 1, 2024
*Norman Studio Tours

Monthly on the first and third Saturday of the month, starting from Jan 20, 2024,  11 am to 3 pm.

Arlington’s century-old Norman Studios, now a museum dedicated to silent film history, is ready for public tours after major renovations. Tours will be held on the first and third Saturday of each month between 11 a.m. and 3 p.m. The former silent film studio opened in 1916 is now a National Historic Landmark. Admission is free.


March 2, 2024
Arts & Culture
*Orange Park Farmers’ Market

The market is located on the busy corner of US17 and Kingsley Ave. 2042 Park Ave, Orange Park, FL 32073. This is an outdoor market and sometimes due to inclement weather the market may be closed. Just look for the large yellow signs!

Created in 2012, the Orange Park Farmers’ and Arts’ Market runs from 10 am – 3 pm on the first and third Sundays of each month, September – June. The market is run by The Town of Orange Park Events and Recreation Division, with over 100 vendors on a regular basis that offer a variety of homemade and homegrown products from local merchants, live entertainment, food on site, and a great family atmosphere! You can find nearly anything your heart desires from locally grown produce, local honey, cupcakes, pies, salsa, granola, plants, produce, raw milk, eggs, cheeses, hand crafted jewelry, bird houses, pottery pieces, didgeridoos, soaps, and many many more handcrafted items!

Suggested parking is at CVS/Winn Dixie, then use the pedestrian crosswalks to enter the market. There is also parking at Town Hall off of US 17 and Smith St and Kingsley Ave- both of these areas offer limited parking.

March 3, 2024
Farmers Market
Night Market at Riverside

Welcome to the Riverside Night Market! Join us for a fun-filled evening in Riverside, Jacksonville, FL, USA.

This in-person event is a must-visit for all-night market enthusiasts. Experience the vibrant atmosphere as you explore a wide variety of unique and local vendors offering everything from handmade crafts to delicious street food. Discover hidden gems, indulge in tasty treats, and enjoy live music performances that will keep you entertained throughout the night.

Don’t miss out on this exciting opportunity to immerse yourself in the lively spirit of the Riverside Night Market!

March 3, 2024
Farmers Market
*Songwriters Concert

Enjoy the original sounds by local talent in Gulliford Hall at the Adele Grage Cultural Center.

Whether you write, sing, play or simply enjoy listening to good music, plan on being with us. Hosted by Roy Peak, local performers transform Gulliford Hall from 6-8 pm with original music creations. Doors open at 5:45 p.m.

Seating is first come first served for this admission-free, alcohol-free event. Performers should contact host Roy Peak at for more information.

March 3, 2024
Arts & Culture
Theatre Jacksonville Presents Alabama Story, Opening March 8

On March 8, the smart and sensitive play Alabama Story opens at  Theatre Jacksonville, bringing to life a Civil Rights-era tale about thorny racial issues, inspired by true events in 1959 Montgomery, Alabama. Alabama Story provides a clever juxtaposition of thought-provoking material — the potential banning of a children’s book about the marriage between a black and a white rabbit contrasted with the story of a childhood friendship between a Black man and a woman of White privilege.

“We knew we had to bring this amazing play to Jacksonville to provide a cautionary tale that these same issues – documented here from the late 1950s – are sadly still plaguing us today,” said Theatre Jacksonville Executive Director Sarah Boone, who remembers reading the very same children’s book as a child. “The topics of book banning and race relations are still making headlines and causing divisions. It is our ultimate hope that theater can bring people together to examine what divides us and help us recognize those things that we all have in common – the best of humanity.”

Directed by Amy Love, Alabama Story will run from Friday, March 8 through Sunday, March 24. All evening shows will be at 7:30 p.m., and there will be two Sunday matinees on March 17 and 24 at 2 p.m. Tickets are included with Gold All-Access Season Membership and Silver Season Subscription packages. Bronze single tickets are $31.

Following Alabama Story, the final two productions of the Mainstage 104th season will include:

¨     Picasso at the Lapin Agile, opening April 19 – In this absurdist comedy written by Steve Martin (yes, THAT Steve Martin), Albert Einstein and Pablo Picasso meet in a Parisian café in 1904, just before the Theory of Relativity and Cubism transformed the science and art worlds, respectively. With ridiculously engaging merriment, the two spar with each other and café regulars about art, science, inspiration, love and the promise of the 20th century (even including a visitor time-warped in from a later era).

¨     SHOUT! The Mod Musical, opening June 7 – With its irresistible blend of hip-swiveling hits, far-out fashions and fab dance moves, this groovy musical takes audiences back to the music style and freedom of the 1960s through five gals coming of age during the dawning liberation of women and glorious days that made England swing. With such international favorites as “To Sir With Love,” “Downtown,” “Son of a Preacher Man” and “Goldfinger,” this smash hit is entertaining and downright fun.

The season will also include quarterly presentations of Stories on Stage. The next offering in the series will be Sunday, March 3.

For more information about the 104th season lineup, ticket packages, Alabama Story or Stories on Stage, visit

March 8, 2024
Arts & Culture
Tour de Parks – Atlantic Beach

Join us for our family-friendly park-to-park community bicycle ride with the mayor of Atlantic Beach, Curtis Ford, to be held on Saturday, March 9. The 7-mile ride will provide a fun and leisurely opportunity to explore and learn about 10 of the City’s beautiful public parks in a community atmosphere.

The ride will begin and end at Jack Russell Park and visit the following parks: Howell Park, Bull Park, Johansen Park, Jordan Park, Donner Park, Dutton Island Preserve, Beaches Veterans Memorial Park, Tide Views Preserve, and Rose Park. Participants will be escorted from park to park by the Atlantic Beach Police Department.

March 9, 2024
Free Events
*Second Saturday Arts Farmers Market

Variety of vendors. Crafts, plants, teas, honey, household items, bath products, food, clothing, soap, jewelry, bird houses, jams and jellies, breads, cookies, and so much more!

Family and pet friendly!!!!

Our vendors donate a portion of their sales to the church rather than the church charge a specific amount for their vendor spot. Those donations go towards the outreach programs of the church. Three of the local outreach programs include the Mandarin Food Bank, our own preschool, and Florida Christian Center on Edgewood. So, when you shop at our market you not only help the small business owners but the community as well!!!! Bonus!!!!

We will be collecting non-perishable food items for the Mandarin Food Bank if you would like to donate. A collection bin will be by the front door of the church.

There are currently no openings for new vendors. Anyone offering a spot to someone does not have the authority and is attempting to scam people. Our vendors know the process and will reach out to the correct people for questions.

March 9, 2024
Arts & Culture
*Jax Beach Arts Market
The 2024 Jax Beach Arts Market dates are: February 10, March 9, April 13, May 4, June 8, July 20, September 7, September 28, and November 2. All events are on Saturdays from 10:00 am – 4:00 pm.
Artists may sign-up at
March 9, 2024
Arts & Culture
*Wild Wonders – Dutton Island Pavilion

Wild Wonders presents ”The Reptile Show”, a 45 minute program that includes stories, music and humor.   Come join us for the entertaining and educational program that will have your children scrambling for the nearest reptile book.


1 pm  March 9, 16, April 6, 20.

11 am   May 4, 18


March 9, 2024
Arts & Culture

Jacksonville’s largest curated pop-up featuring over 200 creatives and 15 food trucks. The event is FREE and pet friendly!

Vendor and Food Truck Availability.

We have 150 spaces available. Contact with photos of your products and links to your social media pages for approval.

March 10, 2024
Acoustic Powerhouses Rob Ickes & Trey Hensley Play The Waterworks

Take a 15-time International Bluegrass Music Association Dobro Player of the Year and a Tennessee-born guitar prodigy who made his Grand Ole Opry debut at the age of 11, and you have Rob Ickes and Trey Hensley, a powerhouse acoustic duo that has electrified the acoustic music scene. Known for their white-hot picking, stone country vocals with soul and world-class live musicianship, Ickes and Hensley meld together blues, bluegrass, country, rock, and other string band music of all kinds to form a signature blend of music that defies restrictions of genre.

March 16, 2024
*Nocatee Farmers Market

Each month at Nocatee, a market pops up offering food, crafts, and gifts, plus activities and special events related specifically to a unique and ever-changing theme.

Held the 3rd Saturday of the Month from 10:00 am – 2:00 pm, the Nocatee Farmers Market is full of activities, shows and demonstrations for the entire family. With more than 80 vendors and so much to do, everyone is sure to have a great time. This market offers less fresh produce than other area markets, but there are lots of homemade jams, jellies, home baked goods, hand stitched quilts, plants, art and pottery items. There is also a tasty array of prepared food offerings including local St. Augustine crab cakes, smoked BBQ, kettle corn, pulled pork BBQ and Kona shaved ice.

March 16, 2024
Farmers Market
*The Vilano Beach Market

35+ Vendors along the Vilano Road sidewalks and under the sunset! Every Third Saturday 4-8pm

March 16, 2024
Farmers Market
*Sip & Stroll – Downtown Jacksonville

Third Thursdays
5-8 p.m.
Southbank Riverwalk

You are invited to stroll the stunning Southbank Riverwalk the third Thursday of every month.  Enjoy live music, food vendors, bars and a picnic area – all with a picturesque sunset backdrop.


March 21, 2024
Food & Drinks
*North Beaches Art Walk

The best little art walk in town, for 14+ years, established in 2007.

In loving memory of our founding members:
Alice M. Gartland
January 27, 1922 – May 6, 2021

Linda H. Stewart
October 28, 1957 -August 15, 2021

The North Beaches Art Walk got its start in 2007 when Beaches art-industry professionals JoAnne Adams, Alice Gartland and Linda Stewart came together in hopes of recreating the popular art walk atmosphere of Downtown. Through their nurturing and dedication, the event grew considerably. And on every third Thursday of the month, the streets of the Beaches Town Center erupt with creativity. What was once a small pool of carefully selected artists has now become a bubbling ocean of art, a place where woodworkers commingle with mixed media designers and musicians play into the night. Welcoming to locals and out-of-towners alike, to say it’s a communal experience.

It is a free event held the third Thursday of each month from 5 to 9 pm. Featuring many local visual artists and live performers, NBAW is held in Beaches Town Center-where Atlantic Blvd meets the Ocean. The overall mission of Art Walk is to expose the community to the vast number of local Artists right here at the Beaches. Talent from all over Jacksonville shows at the North Beaches Art Walk. With over 50+ participating artists, NBAW is a diverse art destination and shopping experience for the entire family. Local venues in Beaches Town Center set the backdrop for this great monthly destination and community gathering.

The North Beaches Art Walk is a monthly event orchestrated by the North Beaches Art Walk Association, a nonprofit organization 501 (c)(3) based in Atlantic Beach, FL. Since its beginning in October of 2007, the North Beaches Art Walk has continued to receive positive support from the community and has an ever-growing list of participating merchants and artists.

Looking forward to seeing you!

March 21, 2024
Arts & Culture
Paws in the Park

A celebration of pets and their people!

Contests, food trucks, performances, pet vendors

March 23, 2024
Free Events
PAStA Fine Art Gallery Offers Miniature Glass Postcard Workshop

The Professional Artists of St. Augustine (PAStA) Fine Art Gallery, of 214 Charlotte Street, St. Augustine, announce an art glass discussion and workshop featuring their two renowned glass artists, Marlene Zullig and Rose Hawley.

The workshop will be held Tuesday, March 26th at the gallery on 214 Charlotte Street in downtown St. Augustine. The workshop will be from 9 a.m. to noon and is limited to 6 students. The cost is $50 and includes all taxes, fees, and materials. Sign up at

Students will learn about art glass, its history, influences, and processes. Guided by experts Rose and Marlene, the class create and fire a wearable 1.5” x 2” glass postcard of St. Augustine or any subject matter of their choice. The wearable art will be placed on either a necklace bail or a pin clasp.

Marlene Zullig is a local and international award-winning artist who has been working with stained glass and metal for over 35 years. Marlene’s work is an eclectic mix of functional art, such as mosaic mirrors, vessels, jewelry, and lamps and one-of-a-kind stained-glass windows, panels, mosaic wall art, and fused glass pieces. Her work reflects a sense of eminent care and attention to detail from the hand-cut, high-quality stained glass that she uses to create her art to the handmade frames she makes to fit each of her custom pieces. Marlene’s work graces homes and businesses both here and abroad.

\Rose Hawley’s career in glass art was serendipitous. Starting off making pottery, she began to melt wine bottles in her ceramic kiln at the suggestion of a colleague. After slumping over 200,000 wine bottles sold nationwide as hanging cheeseboards, the glass art bug had firmly bitten Rose. She began her art glass education through frequent trips to Bullseye Glass Factory in Portland, Oregon, and traveled extensively throughout North America and Europe, visiting and collaborating with experimental glass artists. As a member of PAStA Fine Art Gallery Rose’s glass vessels, sculptures and jewelry reflect her love of nature and the coastal lifestyle.

Stay up to date with all that is happening at PAStA by visiting the website, Facebook, or Instagram page. Join our email list for the latest information about our artists.

About PAStA:

The Professional Artists of St. Augustine Fine Art Gallery (PAStA) on Charlotte Street, in downtown historic St. Augustine, Florida, was founded in 1982 by Jean Wagner Troemel, a champion of the arts, founder of the Winter Haven Ridge Art Association, served on the Florida Arts Group Board (FLAG), and spearheaded St. Augustine’s First Friday Art Walks. The gallery has served an international clientele a wealth of local talent and award-winning artists. The gallery’s mission is to showcase local and regional art and to educate and encourage area artists. In 2023, PAStA has won The Best of Florida Regional Art Gallery, and as a finalist in the Best of St. Augustine Choice Awards. The gallery’s mission is to showcase local and regional art and to educate and encourage area artists.

March 26, 2024
Arts & Culture
Gamble Rogers Folk Festival

For three days, enjoy folk, Americana, and bluegrass music from dozens of bands featured on four stages at the 28th Annual Gamble Rogers Folk Festival, held April 12-14, 2024 at the St. Johns County Fairgrounds. Celebrating one of St. Augustine’s most admired natives, the festival honors Gamble Rogers and his musical storytelling that forever changed folk music. Headlining the festival is AJ Lee & Blue Summit and the John Jorgenson Quintet, with supporting acts including Verlon Thompson, Jerron “Blind Boy” Paxton, Remedy Tree, The Krickets, Red and Christopher Henry & Their All Star Band, Wyatt Ellis, and more.

April 12, 2024
STAA Plein Air Paint Out

Artists and art lovers! You are invited to the 8th Annual St. Augustine Plein Air Paint Out in the nation’s oldest city. This event, a nod to St. Augustine’s art history, celebrates the town’s architectural and coastal beauty through the time-honored tradition of painting en plein air (outdoors).

Artists will be painting in and around St. Augustine at notable locations. In addition to watching the artists paint on location, observers can visit the St. Augustine Art Association’s gallery to see (or buy) works-in-progress and finished paintings.  Check web site for all locations.

April 24, 2024
Arts & Culture
St. Augusting Sailing’s 1st Annual Ladybug Race

St. Augustine Sailing is introducing a new sailing event that promises to bring together the boating community from near and far to celebrate all things sailing. Their inaugural Ladybug Race sets sail on Sunday, April 28, 2024 from the Camachee Cove Marina, just at the base of the Vilano Bridge in St. Augustine, Florida. But don’t let the name fool you – it’s much more than a race. The day will be filled with activities featuring educational workshops, yacht sales, and an awards dinner. It’s an event designed for all sailors, from dreamers to seasoned captains.  Please see web site for more details.

April 28, 2024
Easter Egg Hunt

Grab your basket and hop on over to beautiful Jordan Park to join us for our annual egg hunt for kids ten and under. Egg Hunt will begin promptly at 10 a.m.

Family fun activities include:

train rides
pony rides
a petting zoo
bounce house
face painting
and a special visit from “Bunny”
Admission is free.

April 30, 2024
Free Events
Randy Houser – Concerts for a Cause

ST. JOHNS COUNTY, Florida (January 10, 2024) –

The fundraising concert series, Concerts For A Cause, is excited to announce their first 2024 show featuring Randy Houser on Saturday, May 25 th . The singer-songwriter will perform at Tringali Barn at Heritage Farms, 7310 US Highway 1 South, in St. Augustine.

Lauded the “golden-voiced Mississippi native” by Billboard Magazine, Randy Houser is known for his thick and formidable vocals. Before becoming a country music star in his own right, he made a name for himself as a songwriter writing hits for Trace Adkins, Justin Moore, and Willie Nelson. The concert begins at 7pm, and gates open at 5:30pm.

May 25, 2024

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