Nocatee residents marked the first official swim of 2017 at the community’s Splash Water Park at the 8th annual Nocatee Polar Plunge. Held Feb. 11, the event included a group swim, complimentary breakfast and hot chocolate as well as costume contests. A special highlight of the event was the presentation of a check for more than $4,200 from David Weekley Homes to the Ronald McDonald House.
Nocatee’s popular Food Truck Friday was transformed into a country hoedown Feb. 10. Complete with line dancing, country and western attire and a mechanical bull, the event featured entertainment by the Crazy Daysies and food from some of the area’s gourmet food trucks.
Attendees at Nocatee’s February Farmer’s Market had a chance to experience live in 18th century St. Augustine Feb. 18, when members of the St. Augustine 1740 Spanish Garrison visited the monthly event. Costumed historical interpreters displayed 18th century crafts and demonstrated musket drills at the event, which also featured children’s games and more than 70 vendors selling fresh produce, arts, crafts, jewelry and more.