sat19feb12:00 PM4:00 PMOff-site Event: Resilience Family Fest12:00 PM - 4:00 PM Solomon Calhoun Center
Please bring the whole family and join us off-site at the Solomon Calhoun Center (1300 Duval Street) as we take part in the Resilience Family Fest, a multi-organizational celebration of
Please bring the whole family and join us off-site at the Solomon Calhoun Center (1300 Duval Street) as we take part in the Resilience Family Fest, a multi-organizational celebration of St. Augustine’s Black history and culture. “Resilience Family Fest,” held for the first time, will feature dance and musical performances, food trucks, historical reenactments, pop-up exhibits, arts and crafts activities, and much more. Performances will include Melvin Smith Jazz Ensemble, Nan Nkama Pan-African Drum and Dance Ensemble, St. Augustine High School Jazz Band, and storytellers James Bullock and Charmin Russell of the Ximenez-Fatio House Museum “I Lived Here, As Well” program. All are welcome at this FREE community event, which is part of “Resilience: Black Heritage in St. Augustine,” a collaborative project between cultural and academic institutions that began in 2021 as a celebration of the history and culture of Black St. Augustinians. For more information, please visit the Resilience project’s website, or contact Beth at the Main Library: email@example.com.
The “Resilience” project partners include Accord Civil Rights Museum & Freedom Trail, Castillo de San Marcos National Monument, Flagler College Proctor Library, Flagler College Honors Program, Florida Museum of Natural History, Fort Mose Historical Society, Friends of the Main Library St. Augustine, Governor’s House Cultural Center & Museum, Lincolnville Museum & Cultural Center, St. Augustine Historical Society, St. Johns County Public Library System, Timucuan Ecological & Historic Preserve, University of North Florida Digital Humanities Institute, and Ximenez-Fatio House Museum. “Resilience Family Fest” is supported in part by a State of the Arts Grant made possible by the St. Johns Cultural Council.
(Saturday) 12:00 PM - 4:00 PM
Solomon Calhoun Center
1300 Duval Street