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Over 300 people gathered at the University of North Florida’s Adam W. Herbert University Center on Oct. 20 for the fifth annual Salvation Army Red Shield Ball. more
Diane Halverson is the executive director of the Children’s Christmas Party of Jacksonville, an annual charity event that hosts as many as 6,000 local kids who otherwise might not receive gifts during the holiday season. The First Coast holiday tradition and largest one-day giveaway event in Jacksonville is celebrating its 20th party on Saturday, Dec. 8 at the Prime F. Osborn Convention Center. more
A rededication and ribbon-cutting ceremony was held at the Old Jail Museum in St. Augustine on Sept. 26 to celebrate the 127-year history of the facility and to commemorate its recent renovations. more
The GTM Research Reserve hosted its annual fundraiser, Oceanwise: An Evening for the Estuaries, at the visitor’s center on Saturday, Sept. 29, to benefit the programs at the Reserve. more
In Nocatee’s Austin Park neighborhood, there is a garage filled with the unlikely combination of Ohio State football memorabilia and beautiful, handmade doll houses. That garage, belonging to resident craftsman Brendan Hoffman, might as well be Santa’s workshop to the terminally-ill children in Community Hospice & Palliative Care’s Community PedsCare program, who receive Hoffman’s donated creations each year. more
Monarch Studio in St. Augustine hosted a photography show on Nov. 9 that featured work by studio owner and award-winning photographer Scott S. Smith of his recent journey to the top of Mount Kilimanjaro in Africa. more
The Lightner Museum in St. Augustine hosted a celebration entitled "Promenade the Alcazar" on Monday, Oct. 19 to commemorate the 70th anniversary of the museum and the 130th anniversary of the historic Alcazar Hotel, where the museum is located. more
The luxury resorts in Amelia Island have several events scheduled for the holidays to help visitors get into the holiday spirit and to ring in the New Year. more
The HEAL Foundation’s board of young professionals, TEAM (Together Everyone Achieves More) HEAL, hosted a cornhole tournament on Sept. 29 at Intuition Ale Works in Jacksonville that raised nearly $20,000 for the foundation’s efforts. more
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