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See all available apartments for rent at Liberty Pines in Roanoke, VA. transit to the adjacent downtown area to enjoy museums, art, music, markets, Meet with friends at Mulligan's Bar and Grill for live music, drinks, and standard grill fare. The Liberty Pine garland features Feel Real branch tip technology, creating a decoration with remarkable realism. This mixed tip garland is sprinkled with snow . (open to everyone) Next Meeting:Tuesday December 4th, am at LPA. If you would like to be added Search for: Liberty Pines Academy PTO for PTO.
Lunch in the Olmsted Garden will follow the lecture. Augustine Marina, Vilano Road. Kids 12 and under are invited to learn how to use fishing equipment and safely fish.
Registration begins at 7: For more information, please call Make the Cummer Gardens the first stop on your tour of a number of private gardens in the Riverside neighborhood.
Knowledgeable volunteers will be on hand in each garden throughout the day to answer your questions. The Cummer Gardens will be open 10 a. Saturday, March 25 at Camachee Cove Marina 10 a. Both events will be held from 10 a. The event is free and open to the public.
Irving Finkel reveals how decoding the symbols on a 4, year old piece of clay enabled a radical new interpretation of the Noah's Ark story. A world authority on the period, Dr. Finkel's real-life detective story began with a remarkable event at the British Museum: Such palm-sized clay rectangles were used by the Babylonians to create the first documents, and this particular tablet proved to be of quite extraordinary importance. Not only does it date from about B. Finkel will also describe the further series of discoveries which allowed him to decode the Flood story in ways which offer unanticipated revelations.
It will begin at Sunday, March 26 at Julington Creek Marina 10 a. Augustine Amphitheatre, will be held Sunday, March 26 from 11 a. On Sunday, March 26, music lovers and collectors are invited to the St. ToneVendor presents the Spring St.
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In the late Victorian and Edwardian garden, flowers came to the forefront as the English landscape garden gave way to the cottage garden. Tuesday, March 28 Time: How to Get a Better Photo Join St Johns County Audubon for an entertaining and informative seminar on how to improve your bird and wildlife photography skills.
Local freelance photographer Gary Whiting will share practical tips and actual examples to help you regardless of your skill level or the type of gear you use. You'll still enjoy the beautiful images and an entertaining presentation. Gary is a freelance photographer, instructor, and naturalist specializing in wildlife, landscapes, and adventure images. His work has been featured in Bird Watchers Digest, St Johns Magazine, Wild Birds Unlimited retail video and social media, and various local businesses and publications.
We assure you that you will be captivated by his photos and learn many tricks on how to get that perfect visual shot! Lightner After Hours Presents: The Raisin Cake Orchestra is a jazz quartet based in Jacksonville, FL that specializes in unique renditions of jazz classics from the teens, twenties, and thirties, and beyond with an emphasis on the sounds of New Orleans jazz from the Dixieland and Prohibition eras.
Locals and tourists alike are welcome to enjoy the atmosphere of the Lightner Museum after hours while relaxing with refreshments before visiting some of the many wonderful local restaurants. Business casual attire is requested. Free parking is available after 5 p. This event is free and open to the public. Donations are requested for beverages. The Lightner Museum is a non-profit cultural institution sustained by the generous support of individuals, businesses and sponsors.
For more information visit lightnermuseum.
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Rhythm and Ribs has been consistently voted as the best festival in St. Gates open at 5: As always, children 15 and under are free. Runners participating in the half marathon will run through Downtown streets, loop through Evergreen Cemetery and then return to the finish line. The 5K course will take runners through the streets of Downtown Jacksonville and back to the finish line at the Jacksonville Landing.
Participants will receive a moisture-wicking, technical shirt and finishers get one of the biggest finisher medals in Jacksonville races. Awards will also be given out to age groups for the half marathon and the top runners in the 5K will get award plaques. A post-race celebration will be held at the Jacksonville Landing and features music, beer, and food. To register, go to www. Race packets can be picked up on Friday, March 31 and Saturday, April 1 at the 1st Place Sports location of your choice from 10 a.
They will be moved to the race site on race day and can be picked up starting at 5: This event supports school tours for Nassau County students, which both enrich their curriculum and broaden their worldview. The event begins with a presentation by renowned Omni Chef Daven Wardynski held at the Omni Aquaponic Greenhouse, followed by a walking tour of four beautiful home gardens, each with their own unique charm.
Art demonstrations, live music, food, and drink will be provided along the tour route. Trolley transportation is also available. Johns County is hosting a Medical Marijuana Workshop at 4 p. Johns County Permit Center, Lewis Speedway, to discuss proposed zoning and permitting regulations for medical marijuana retail stores and treatment.
The public is invited to attend and provide feedback. For additional information, please call Come one, come all!
Bring your Easter company. Doors open at 9 am. Free admission and free parking. Hourly door prizes, and raffles of a gold coin, silver eagle, CSA note, and proof set. Contact Jerry Warden,or see our Facebook page, Facebook. This event is free, please join us. Call or visit our website at www. Come see if this is something you would like to do while out on the county beaches. We look forward to seeing you! The two-day event will include a forum on Friday evening, followed by a March for Science and activities day on Saturday.
All events are free and open to the public. Johns, FL Saturday, April 22nd from Shearwater is one of St. Stay after the race to enjoy craft beer and root beer floats, tasty food trucks, and a DJ-provided soundtrack. Custom medals will be awarded to the first finishers!
Everyone is invited to come out to the marina at San Jose Boulevard on Saturday, April 22 and Sunday, April 23 for a day of fun on the water. Freedom Boat Club will be hosting the event from 10 a.
The SmileFish Mirror photo booth will be set up at the dock. The food truck was also scheduled to be at the Southeast U. The lecture is titled "Columbus and Cannibals in the Land of Cotton. Historians, geographers, geologists, navigators, computer specialists, journalists, and even archaeologists joined the hunt. Three locations still claim that honor. However, in the process of trying to solve this mystery, it became clear that virtually everything we thought we knew about Columbus was wrong.
This lecture focuses on archaeology's contributions to revealing the mysteries surrounding Columbus's voyages. In the process Dr. Keegan will take the audience through lands of cotton and cannibals, and explore new research into production and exchange in the prehistoric Caribbean. The lecture is free and open to the public.
Refreshments will be served afterwards in the Archaeology Lab. For more information, contact Melva Price at or aiajaxsoc gmail. Participants are encouraged to dress the part of their favorite decade at the Anheuser-Busch brewery, where there will be live music in the style of each of the decades along with free food and drinks. Tickets will be available at three different levels; level one will allow access into the Roaring 20s party, level two allows entry into the 20s and a move into the Groovy 60s, and the all-access pass will move guests through all the decades.
For those who get stuck in the 20s, there will be an opportunity to upgrade to move into the 60s or all the way through to the 80s. To purchase tickets and learn more about the event, visit www. Discounts are available for groups of ten or more, contact Leigha Ward at leigha. Party of the Decades is an exclusive event and you must be 21 years of age or older to purchase a ticket and participate. Saturday, April 29, 10 a. It will be held on Saturday, April 29 from 10 a. The tree became a central gathering place for protesters, and the ground surrounding it became popularly known as Liberty Hall.
Ebenezer Mackintosha shoemaker who handled much of the hands-on work of hanging effigies and leading angry mobs, became known as "Captain General of the Liberty Tree. They decorated the tree with flags and streamers, and when evening fell, hung dozens of lanterns from its branches. Two years later, a funeral procession for the victims of the Boston Massacre passed by the tree.
Ina customs official and staunch loyalist named John Malcolm was stripped to the waist, tarred and featheredand forced to announce his resignation under the tree. British soldiers tarred and feathered a man named Thomas Ditson, and forced him to march in front of the tree.
Following the British evacuation inpatriots returning to Boston erected a liberty pole at the site. For many years the tree stump was used as a reference point by local citizens, similar to the Boston Stone. When the Liberty Tree Mall was opened inthe sculpture was installed at center court. In Octoberthe Boston Herald began running stories pointing out that the only commemoration of the Liberty Tree site was a grimy plaque, installed in the s,  on a building three stories above what is now the intersection of Essex and Washington Streets, a block east of the Boston Common.
Reporter Ronald Kessler found that the plaque was covered with bird droppings and obscured by a Kemp's hamburger sign. Local guidebooks did not mention it.
None knew what the Liberty Tree was. That's a roast beef sandwich with a slice of Bermuda onion, Russian dressing, and a side of potato salad," said one waitress who had worked beneath the plaque for 20 years.