There’s a lot going on at the link this month!
Kid’s Night Out
At the link, kids have fun while their parents have a well-deserved night out.
On Jan. 28, there will be a Kid's Night Out, with art & crafts, a P.J. party, pizza, snacks, games and movies. Parents can enjoy a well-deserved night out while their children are having the time of their lives.
Cost is $50. To register, go to thelink.zone/getactive and click “This Month” and “Kids Night Out.”
It's time to laugh, to forget for a moment about the challenging times we are all living in. The link is launching a Comedy Series. This Jan. 21, enjoy the comedy of Marcus Crespo, Morgan Gallo and Mike Freed in a night of magic and fun. Limited seating.
Tickets are $25 for this adults-only show, which starts at 8:30 p.m. Seats are first-come, first serve. Tickets include two complimentary drinks.
Crespo has a unique perspective and interesting take on reality, offering his take on life, his own fears and his chronicles as a mall security officer.
Gallo is a St. Augustine-based comedian who has traveled throughout the Southeast sharing her unique, bold take on life. She recently was featured in the 2021 Ladies Room Comedy Festival in New York City and is a winner of the Jackie Knights Comedy Showdown in St. Augustine.
Freed is a clean observational comic who counts as his influences Demetri Martin, Steven Wright, Mitch Hedberg and Jerry Seinfeld. He performs regularly at the Comedy Zone in Jacksonville and at other clubs and venues nationally. His material is largely self-deprecating and draws on the trials and tribulations of being a little bald guy in a big-person world and his role as a father, husband, lawyer and a runner.
Entry during the event will be through the parking lot side only. Masks are not required but not discouraged. No outside food or drinks are permitted. Additional alcoholic drinks may not be sold on premises.
For tickets, go to thelink.zone/getactive and click “This Month” and “Special Events.”
Artist Talk and Walk
Jan. 25 will be a night of art at the link. Starting at 5 p.m., visitors will see the work of German-American artist Susanne Schuenke. You will be inspired as she explains her paintings.
Schuenke’s works are exhibited in public, corporate and private collections in the United States, Great Britain, Germany, France, Singapore, Japan, Sweden, Denmark, Switzerland, Lebanon and South Africa. Admission to this event is free.
New classes at the link
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