If you have not gotten outside to get pleasure from the wonderful spring climate we have been getting lately in the Ancient Town area, now is the time. This week has a comprehensive array of things to do – almost everything from comedy to two art displays to a bicycle tour to a basic rock live performance. There’s often some thing taking place in this space, and we’re just providing some of the highlights.
All-around Anastasia Island: St. Augustine Race Week underway
Where to try to eat: St. Augustine chef Tyrone Bennett and wife Lateefa launch new soul food truck
Sebastian Maniscalco: ‘Nobody Does This’ Tour
He could be a comic (referred to as “the hottest comic in America” by The New York Moments), but he’s also an actor in two future movies, a single reverse Robert DeNiro. Maniscalco will convey his own model of comedy to the St. Augustine Amphitheatre Friday in the next of two demonstrates on his “Nobody Does This” tour.
The show begins at 7 p.m. Friday. The St. Augustine Amphitheatre is at 1340 A1A S. For tickets or info, get in touch with 904-471-1965 or stop by theamp.com
Art Show: ‘Magic, Mirth and Mortality’
The real title of this exhibit is “Magic, Mirth and Mortality – Musings on Black Motherhood.” It is a collaboration amongst the Lincolnville Museum and Cultural Center, the St. Augustine Historic Culture and the Crisp-Ellert Museum, and it’s centered on the being pregnant of Shawna Brooks and the premature birth of her son. The exhibition opens all through Initial Friday Artwork Walk on April 1 and will be on exhibit during the month.
The Lincolnville Museum is at 102 M.L. King Ave. in St. Augustine. For details, simply call 904-826-8530 or visit lincolnvillemuseum.org.
Location historical past: St. Augustine Chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution keep in mind their founder
Butterfield Garage Artwork Gallery: ‘Celebrating eARTh’
The 2nd opening on April 1 is at Butterfield Garage Artwork Gallery, with its “Celebrating eARTh” exhibition (“because earth without art is just ‘eh’”). This is the gallery’s second once-a-year Open up Group Art Challenge, in which the group was invited to take part with their personal art initiatives that rejoice the planet and the environment.
The exhibit begins April 1 with an opening reception. Butterfield Garage is at 137 King St. For information, connect with 904-825-4577 or stop by butterfieldgarage.com
10th annual Spoonbills & Sprockets Tour
Prolonged thought of just one of the most gorgeous bicycle tours, Spoonbills & Sprockets, sponsored by Close friends of A1A Scenic and Historic Coastal Byway, can take in the coastal landscapes along A1A in rides of several lengths: 100 miles, 72 miles or 36 miles, alongside with a 15-mile journey for inexperienced persons and a Tiny Tour for young riders.
Following the rides on Saturday, April 2, which start at 6 a.m., contributors are invited to a luncheon/reception at Marineland Dolphin Experience from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. All routes start at Marineland, 9600 N. Oceanshore Blvd., suitable on the border among Flagler and St. Johns counties. For details, contact 904-425-8055 or pay a visit to scenica1a.org.
The Zombies concert
Finish the week with a traditional rock concert with the Zombies, with these hits as “Time of the Period,” “She’s Not There” and “The Way I Truly feel Inside of,” and they have a different album in the works now. They’ll be showing up in live performance at 7:30 p.m. Wednesday, April 6, at the Ponte Vedra Live performance Hall.
The live performance hall is at 1050 A1A North, Ponte Vedra Seashore. For tickets or details, connect with 904-209-3751 or stop by pvconcerthall.com
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