Nocatee Happenings
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As Nocatee continues to grow and change with each passing season, so does its idea of health care. more
There was no shortage of family fun activities at the Nocatee Fall Festival Farmers Market on Saturday, Oct. 17. There was live music from the Ramona -Band, horse-drawn hayrides, a petting zoo, a pumpkin carving station for residents, shopping from more than 60 local vendors and more. more
On Saturday, Oct. 17, St. John Paul II Catholic Church in Nocatee will be transformed. more
Five designer-decorated model homes located in the Nocatee community were recently named winners in the 2020 Parade of Homes hosted by the Northeast Florida Builders Association (NEFBA). more
Nocatee Town Center continues to grow with the addition of Really Good Beer Stop, a craft beer tap room at 295 Pine Lakes Drive, suites C3 and C4. more
Nestled in the heart of the Nocatee Town Center, True Wellness Health Center is a haven for patients of all ages to receive a customized treatment plan for their health needs. more
Gatorland in Orlando shared some of its wild animals, including snakes and gators, with visitors at the Nocatee Farmers Market on Saturday, Aug. 15, for a special wild encounters experience. The event featured interactive “animal encounter” performances. Along with the fun, the Farmers Market also featured local vendors, selling fresh produce, crafts, jewelry, herbs, unique foods and more. more
Nocatee residents Sam and Angie Lacey are passionate about maintaining an organic diet. Recognizing that their community was also very health-conscious and that organic options in the area were spare, they decided to open a juice bar that catered to this need. more
Gatorland will be on hand at the next Nocatee Farmers Market on Saturday, Aug. 15, for a special wild encounters experience. more
Join county naturalists for a guided trip of the intracoastal waterway and enjoy sunset on the water with a Nocatee sunset kayak trips. The tours will be held from 5:30-8:30 p.m. each evening from Aug. 13 through Aug. 16. The starting point will be at the Nocatee Paddle Launch, 2015 Nocatee Landing Trail. Cost is as follows: SJC resident providing own boat – $20 per person; non-resident providing own boat – $30 per person; SJC resident using a county boat – $40 per person; Non-resident using a county boat – $50 per person. Pre-registration is required for a trip but does not guarantee a spot. Space on a trip is allocated on a first-come, first-served basis. For more information, contact Kelly Ussia at kussia@sjcfl.us or (904) 209-0335. more
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