Teresa Spencer

Kids Free November

Bring the Whole Family for Kids Free November in Jacksonville Enjoy free entry all month long at Jacksonville’s top attractions! Throughout the month of November, discover all the family fun that Jacksonville has to offer at our city’s top attractions! The best part? Kids under 12 get in FREE all month long! Now tell us that isn’t something to get excited about, much less plan a trip for. Kids Free November Details Offer valid from November 1st – November 30th, 2020 Up to 5 children ages 12 and under get FREE admission* with a paying adult Let your kids explore, …

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30 Years of Springing the Blues

This weekend, April 3-5, 2020, would have been the 30th anniversary of Springing the Blues at Jacksonville Beach. Just like all events for the past month, it was cancelled due to the Coronavirus pandemic attacking the world. The festival will not be rescheduled for this year but will return April 9-11, 2021. The following article is a great recount of some of the highlights from the festival’s past. EU writer, Liza Mitchell, talked to event organizer Sam Veal and some of the performers from over the past 30 years. Enjoy the article and look forward to celebrating the 30th festival …

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Relief for the Arts compiled by The Cultural Council of Greater Jacksonville

Dear friends and colleagues, As the country and world respond to coronavirus and the COVID-19 situation, our team at the Cultural Council of Greater Jacksonville would like to share the following information. First and foremost, the Cultural Council is invested in the health and well-being of the artists, arts organizations, and communities whom we serve. Please follow all directions and recommendations from your local and state authorities as well as entities such as the CDC and WHO. We also want to make you aware of campaigns to include artists and the nonprofit arts community in any federal relief funds that are made available. Please ask your elected …

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3rd Annual Lincolnville Porchfest

BY LIZA MITCHELL The 3rd annual Lincolnville Porchfest returns to the historic St. Augustine neighborhood Feb. 15 with 38 local and regional performers on nine stages. Porch pickin’ isn’t inherently native to Florida but it’s a tradition as familiar and comforting as a jar of sun-sweetened tea. Unfortunately, hurricanes are also a well-documented part of our history that can dampen even the liveliest of porch parties. Such was the case in November, 2016 when Hurricane Matthew roared along the coastline, flooding parts of St. Augustine and sinking plans for the first annual Lincolnville Porchfest. The event was rescheduled and later …

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Hamilton Tickets Go On Sale at FSCJ Artist Series

THE FSCJ ARTIST SERIES PRESENTS HAMILTON PUBLIC ON SALE FRIDAY, JANUARY 24 FOR PERFORMANCES MARCH 17 – 29, 2020 AT TIMES-UNION CENTER Producer Jeffrey Seller and FSCJ Artist Series announce today that single tickets for HAMILTON will go on sale to the public on Friday, January 24 at 8 a.m. (ET) in person at the (300 Water Street) and 10 a.m. (ET) at fscjartistseries.org. Tickets for Hamilton will not be available for purchase by phone. Tickets will be available for performances March 17 – 29, 2020. There is a maximum purchase limit of four (4) tickets per household/account for the …

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Blue Bamboo’s Chef and Owner Named a Neighborhood to Nation™ Recipe Winner

Jacksonville community is invited to a special event on Aug. 24 to celebrate with the restaurant’s staff and customers. WHEN: Friday, August 24 at 11 a.m. WHERE: 3820 Southside Blvd., Jacksonville, FL 32216 MORE INFO: www.NeighborhoodtoNation.com Dennis Chan, chef and owner of in Jacksonville, Florida, is the South East Region Winner in the 2018 Neighborhood to Nation™ Recipe Contest from General Mills Foodservice. The 4th annual contest called on independent family or “neighborhood” restaurants to submit an original recipe to put their local dishes and local “flavor” in the national spotlight! Representatives from General Mills will visit the restaurant on …

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2017 Jacksonville Jaguars Training Camp Fan Information

JACKSONVILLE, Fla. – The Jacksonville Jaguars have announced their 2017 training camp schedule, which will feature 10 practices open to fans, including the two joint practices with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers on Monday, August 14 and Tuesday, August 15. The Jaguars begin training camp practice with three open sessions on Thursday, July 27, Friday, July 28 and Saturday, July 29. Saturday’s practice on July 29, which will be the first in full pads, is open exclusively to Jags365 Season Ticket Members. All public dates will take place at the practice fields adjacent to EverBank Field. To attend training camp open …

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Jacksonville Jumbo Shrimp Release Custom College New Era Caps

The Jacksonville Jumbo Shrimp have released custom collegiate New Era Caps with all your favorite team colors. They’ll sell fast so get them while they last at the stadium or online. So Dolphins maaayyyy eat Shrimp, doesn’t mean this JU colorway isn’t sharp. LIMITED EDITION: https://t.co/lqafZHcCQ3 pic.twitter.com/pevaUUgrEB — Jax Jumbo Shrimp (@JaxShrimp) May 30, 2017 New  can be purchased at the stadium or online! Two Bits! Four Bits! Six Bits! A Dollar! All for the Shrimp Stand up and holler! LIMITED EDITION: https://t.co/lqafZHcCQ3 pic.twitter.com/8OdFJwqi65 — Jax Jumbo Shrimp (@JaxShrimp) May 30, 2017 Show your support for the Jumbo Shrimp whether …

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10 QUESTIONS with NUMA SAISSELIN, PRESIDENT of the FLORIDA THEATRE

  April 8, 1927, opening night at the .  The program that evening boasted fanfare from the American Legion Bugle Corps, a live beauty pageant, and a live performance by Frank Morris and the Brilliant Florida Orchestra.  The feature attraction that evening was a two-real silent film titled “Let it Rain” (1927).  Organist Robert E. Mitchell accompanied the film on the theatre’s new $100,000 Wurlitzer pipe organ. The Florida Theatre has a rich history, including a notorious 1956 performance by rock n’ roll icon on August 10 and 11. At the time of his performance Presley was riding a wave of success …

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10 QUESTIONS with CSG JACKSONVILLE CHILDREN’S CHORUS

10 Questions: CSG Organization Jacksonville Children’s Chorus (JCC, Darren Dailey, Artistic and Executive Director of JCC, answered the Cultural Council’s 10 Questions.) – Courtesy of the Cultural Council of Greater Jacksonville 1. What does your organization do/your mission? The mission of the is to provide a high-quality choral music education for children of diverse backgrounds, fostering teamwork, self-discipline, accomplishment and pride while filling an important cultural need in the community and sharing the beauty of the choral art form through artistically excellent performances. 2. How long has the organization existed in Jacksonville? The Jacksonville Children’s Chorus (JCC) was founded in 1995 at to …

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