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Riverside Arts Market


Riverside Ave., under the Fuller Warren Bridge (I-95) www.riversideartsmarket.com


A weekly street market, held each Saturday from March


through December, the arts market features the work of more than 100 local artists and artisans. Admission and parking are free.


Yes You Canvas!


993-9047 6012 San Jose Blvd., Jacksonville www.yesyoucanvas.com


Whether you’ve been painting for years or have never


picked up a brush in your life, instructors walk you through the process step-by-step, making it easy to create your own work of art. Classes are available for adult and children’s paintings—a new one is featured every day.


NASSAU COUNTY


{Amelia Island, Bryceville, Callahan, Fernandina Beach, Hilliard, Yulee}


Artrageous Artwalk


277-0717 Fernandina Beach Historic District www.ameliaisland.com/plan-your-vacation/memorable- offers/artwalks/


Recurring every second Saturday of the month, Amelia


Island’s self-guided tour through local galleries and shops features an array of fine art mediums including photography, pottery, copper, metal, water colors, acrylics and oils.


_________________________________________________________________________ Left: Photo courtesy of Art Guild of Orange Park Middle: Cultural Center at Ponte Vedra Beach, photo by Jacqueline Persandi


ST. JOHNS COUNTY


{Hastings, Julington Creek, Ponte Vedra Beach, St. Augustine, St. Augustine Beach}


Cultural Center at Ponte Vedra Beach


280-0614 50 Executive Way, Ponte Vedra Beach www.ccpvb.org


The Cultural Center has an 8,000 square-foot art gallery


and studio facility with exhibits from local artists. The center provides workshops and art exhibitions for children, adults and families each year. Lectures, concerts, performances and classes in the visual and performing arts make the Cultural Center a Ponte Vedra treasure.


First Friday Artwalk


829-0065 www.artgalleriesofstaugustine.com


Hop on a free Artwalk Trolley the first Friday of each


month and enjoy exhibits, music, entertainment and refreshments in America’s oldest city. The self-guided tour winds through the Spanish Quarter and across the Bridge of Lions to Anastasia Island.


St. Augustine Art Association


824-2310 22 Marine St., St. Augustine www.staaa.org


Established in 1924, the St. Augustine Art Association is


an advocate for the arts in St. Augustine. The 5,000 square- foot art gallery displays new artwork each month. It is open six days a week and has an Art Walk on the first Friday of each month. In addition, the association offers art classes, camps, festivals and much more.


BAKER COUNTY


AREA NEIGHBORHOOD MAP COLOR KEY (Please Visit Page 18) CLAY COUNTY


Fleming Island Green Cove Springs Keystone Heights Middleburg Orange Park


First Coast Relocation GuideTM 2013


DUVAL COUNTY Arlington/Ft. Caroline Beaches/Intracoastal Downtown/Riverfront Mandarin


Northside/Oceanway NASSAU COUNTY


Southside/Baymeadows Westside


Amelia Island/ Fernandina Beach Callahan Hilliard Yulee


ST. JOHNS COUNTY


Julington Creek Nocatee Ponte Vedra Beach St. Augustine World Golf Village


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