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The Yards continues to be more than just golf, tennis or pickleball, but instead strives to be a social hub for the community, and they took that a step further with the introduction of its latest new event space called the “Greenhouse.” more
April is Earth Month and Beaches Go Green and several other eco-friendly businesses are doing their part to give back and get involved in the local community with an Earth Day community beach clean-up on April 20. more
The Jacksonville Zoo and Gardens is more than just animals and shares in the wonders of nature as a whole, which will be in full focus during the Botanical Bash scheduled to take place from April 13 to May 12. more
St. Johns County has re-opened public access to Mickler’s Landing beachfront parking and beach access as progress continues on the $38.6 million Ponte Vedra Beach Restoration Project. more
The Art of the Possible event will be held in conjunction with Asado Life, a renowned waterfront restaurant in St. Augustine. more
The Jacksonville Symphony will present Georges Bizet's timeless and cherished opera, “Carmen,” on April 12 and 14. more
The Recorder’s garden columnist, Kathy Esfahani of Kathy’s Creative Gardens & Nursery, shares her tips for growing gorgeous gardens in Northeast Florida. more
Nonprofit organization St. Johns County Council on Aging held its annual meeting of the COA Board of Directors on March 21 at COA’s River House in St. Augustine. more
American investors are experiencing the effects of prolonged inflation for the first time since the early 1980s. more
More than 1,500 people gathered March 30 to show support for local survivors of domestic violence at Hubbard House’s 15th Annual Stand Up & Stride Domestic Violence Awareness Walk. more
MOSH is currently serving as the world-premiere venue for a new traveling exhibition, “Ice Dinosaurs: The Lost World of the Alaskan Arctic.” more
Joseph Stanley Ballenger, age 84, passed away on February 2, 2024, at the McGraw Hospice Center, Jacksonville. more
Immerse yourself in the unparalleled excitement of the Kentucky Derby right here in St. Augustine. more
The Northeast Florida Division of PulteGroup, one of the nation’s leading homebuilders, was recently honored by the Northeast Florida Builders Association with 26 awards at its Laurel Awards celebration. more
One of the things that we all agree on, regardless of political affiliation, is that chronic, unsheltered homelessness in Florida is on the rise. more
Gianna Capri, Florida International United Miss Jr. Preteen 2024, IUM, spoke at Morning Star School in Jacksonville on March 26. more
MOSH recently received significant donations for the MOSH Genesis capital campaign totaling $1.5 million from the Davis family. more
Vincent Dubois, the titular organist at Notre-Dame Cathedral in Paris, will perform a free concert April 14 at St. John’s Cathedral. more
GreenPointe Developers has announced the opening of a new model home by Drees Homes at the nature-first community of TrailMark in St. Johns County. more
Viv Helwig and his team had one goal for the second annual Vested Metals Charity Golf Tournament in Memory of John Mark Leach: make it bigger and better than the first. more
A bingo fundraiser will be held April 23 at Culhane’s’ Irish Pub on Atlantic Beach to benefit Mission House and BEAM on Jacksonville Beach. more
Florida’s Birding & Photo Fest returns to the St. Augustine area April 24-28 for its 22nd year with nearly 100 photography and birding events. more
The annual Hastings Cabbage, Potato and Bacon Festival returns April 27-28. more
Florida Chamber Music Project’s will celebrate the father of the string quartet, Joseph Haydn, along with Robert Schumann at its Sunday, April 7, performance. more
Notices for Norita S. Birdsong, Walter A. Colvin, Grace Adelaide Griffin Ferranti, Jeanne Marie Gibbs, Patricia S. Kapeghian, Ernest Paul Maier, Regina Peters and Harry Richard Reed. more
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