The Town of Atlantic Beach front presents its month to month Songwriters Night time on Sunday, June 11, from 6 to 8 p.m. in historic Gulliford Corridor at The Adele Grage Cultural Centre, 716 Ocean Blvd.
The performances feature local expertise of all ages doing unique acoustic new music. Seating is restricted at this alcoholic beverages-free of charge relatives event, hosted by area singer-songwriter Mike Shackelford.
For additional information, email firstname.lastname@example.org or get in touch with the Section of Recreation & Exclusive Occasions at (904) 247-5828.
Summer season art camps
This summer season, the Cultural Center at Ponte Vedra Beach is featuring camps for kids in Jacksonville Beach and a quantity of spot spots. Programs choose place Monday by way of Friday, with half- and comprehensive-day programs from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. showcasing actions for little ones from 4 to 11 years outdated. Most camps charge $225 per person, and member cost is $199 per particular person.
Themed classes are designed to ignite creative imagination and innovation in young minds by means of various innovative forms.
- Florida Animals Camp, July 12-16: Activities made for younger individuals to learn about Florida wildlife. Campers will create their personal animal masterpieces and learn about conservation endeavours for diverse endangered species.
- Mural 7 days, July 19-23: Campers will understand about several types of community art and create their personal mini murals. Mural pieces will be exhibited at CCPVB for a pop-up exhibition on Friday, July 30 and Saturday, July 31. Campers will keep their artwork as mementos of their camp practical experience.
- Space Camp, July 26-30: Contributors will learn about astronaut training and strategies, house hardware, spaceflight missions, aerospace livelihoods and more. As a preview, an outer house themed bubble painting party for Kid’s Evening Out will be held on July 9 from 5 to 9 p.m.
- Culinary Camp, Aug. 2-6: Campers learn about having fun with meals planning, healthy having, escalating food and safely and securely getting ready meals. Younger people today will make their possess snacks and lunches every day and learn about artfully plating their dishes.
- STEAM Week, Aug. 9-13: Features fun experiments in science, know-how, engineering, art and mathematics, whilst campers create displays to convey home soon after the course.
Campers must bring their personal supplies, snacks, waters, and lunches, and will also get a supply record pertinent to each camp class.
The Cultural Middle at Ponte Vedra Beach is positioned at 3972 Third St. S. in Jacksonville Beach. For full information or to register, call (904) 280-0614, ext. 1206 or pay a visit to ccpvb.org.
Acquire your pals and kick it outdated school this summer season with an adult kickball league, hosted by St. Johns County Parks & Recreation beginning Tuesday, July 13.
The season kickoff can take position from 7 to 8 p.m. at Treaty Park. To register a staff or signup as a free agent, get in touch with Bobby Hamilton at email@example.com or call (904) 209-0372.
DEP seeks ‘yard flippers’
In partnership with the Florida Department of Environmental Protection and the College of Florida Institute of Foodstuff and Agricultural Sciences, the “Flip My Florida Yard” Television set collection is trying to get nine Florida homeowners who want assistance “flipping” their yard into a Florida-Helpful landscape.
The show travels to residences around the state for the ultimate Florida-Welcoming makeover, reworking selected yards to aid defend and conserve Florida’s pure resources by science-based landscape methods. Members of the workforce will work with the chosen homeowners to determine how to flip the yard, develop a landscape layout and convey it to life.
The deadline to implement is Thursday, July 15. To master far more or indication up for a possibility to show up in season two, go to FlipMyFloridaYard.com/.
Nature photographers to speak
Uncover Jacksonville’s wilderness parks by means of the lens of award-successful photographers Will Dickey and Tom Schifanella during the future Boardwalk Speak at the Shorelines Museum on Thursday, July 15. In “Land and Air: The Mother nature Photography of Will Dickey and Tom Schifanella,” they will share the inspiration and procedures at the rear of their breathtaking visuals of Northeast Florida’s pure wonders.
Dickey presents wildlife, land and seascape sights on the ground while Schifanella gives us birds’ eye sights captured by drone. A reserve signing will adhere to the presentation, which starts at 6:30 p.m.
Preregistration is required for this in-person occasion, which will also be available virtually as a result of Zoom. The event is totally free to museum associates with a $5 recommended donation for nonmembers.
For far more information and facts and to register, call (904) 241-5657 or go to BeachesMuseum.com.
Eco-friendly Chamber in search of nominations
In recognition of August as Countrywide Drinking water Top quality Month, the North Florida Eco-friendly Chamber of Commerce (NFGCC) is accepting nominations for the 2021 Green Chamber Water Top quality & Source Awards. The deadline for entries Sunday, July 18.
The awards will realize illustrations of water high-quality improvement and conservation that finest demonstrates sizeable, long lasting, and measurable excellence in drinking water excellent advancement or in prevention of h2o high quality degradation by Green Chamber customers and other enterprises in North Florida in four groups: Creative Landscape, Conservation and H2o Reuse, Stormwater Administration and Wetland Protections.
What are you executing to guard and conserve sources of freshwater? Enable the Green Chamber know so they can admit you in the course of National Water Quality Thirty day period or nominate an individual. Submit nominations at NorthFloridaGreenChamber.org/sustainability.
Group Hospice & Palliative Care carries on its software made to support individuals having difficulties with the reduction of a beloved just one during these complicated situations.
Knowing Grief: A Digital Plan for the Freshly Bereaved is built to help individuals study that healing is possible after the death of a cherished one particular and there are helpful means to cope with grief and loss. The 90-minute workshop will support attendees: Detect ordinary responses to loss determine coping abilities that may perhaps be helpful and recognize the significance of self-treatment in the grieving method.
The up coming session will take location on Friday, July 23 at 10 a.m., and is an in-person function.
All Group Hospice & Palliative Treatment bereavement expert services are free of charge of demand and are available to any one in the neighborhood for up to 13 months immediately after a loved one’s loss of life. Comprehension Grief is built to be most useful for people who have experienced a decline inside the final 90 times, and are at least 18 many years previous.
Room is constrained get in touch with (904) 407-7001 to sign up. For total facts, check out CommunityHospice.com.
Pet calendar kickoff function
The St. Augustine Humane Society has released its 11th annual Pin Up Paws pet calendar photograph contest with this year’s theme, “Paws Throughout The united states.” As help for the over-all fundraiser, the nonprofit will hold a Pin Up Paws Primary special celebration on Friday, July 16 from 5 to 9 p.m. at Palm Valley Outdoor Bar & Grill. The event is free of charge and open to the general public together with calendar contestants who raise $200 or more by 5 p.m. on Thursday, July 15. Qualifying contestants’ pets will be featured on assortment jars at the function to additional campaign and accumulate donations for the nonprofit.
The pet operator contestant who raises the most income will get a prize from the Humane Modern society. All monies raised at this event will be applied to every contestant’s page for closing calendar pet photo placements, giveaways and prizes.
The cafe is found at 377 S. Roscoe Blvd. in Ponte Vedra Beach.
For much more information and facts, go to the Facebook page @StAugustineHumaneSociety. To enter the contest or vote for a favorite contestant, visit PinUpPaws.com.
Veterans art exhibit continues
Riveting, raw and emotionally charged, “Then & Now: 50 A long time of Veteran Experiences” showcases the operate of 8 folks who use the arts to cope with the trauma incurred via their army practical experience. Hosted by the St. Augustine Art Association via Aug. 22, the free show functions portray, sculpture, pictures, poetry and a lot more.
The gallery is positioned at 22 Marine St. in St. Augustine. Call (904) 824-2310 or take a look at staaa.org for far more info.
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