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FRIDAY, MARCH 25 MURRAY BROTHERS CADDYSHACK CHARITY GOLF TOURNAMENT Join comedian Bill Murray, his brothers and a cast of celebrities for “A Good Time for a Great Cause” – the 11th annual charity golf tournament held at St. Augustine’s World Golf Village. The event will kick off Thursday with a pairings party, Crazy Pants contest

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Events in St. Augustine This Weekend

SATURDAY MARCH 19 19TH ANNUAL LIGHTHOUSE FESTIVAL Bring the family and join the fun when admission to the tower, grounds, and museum is free from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. The historic Light Station will offer something for everyone, including local musicians and entertainers throughout the day, special games and crafts for children, food, living

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They're Baaaaack!

Our Lions are Back – Guarding the Bridge! (Story and Picture from the St. Augustine Record) Lions return to guard bridge By JUSTINE GRIFFIN The white marble lions returned to their rightful place at the base of the Bridge of Lions early Tuesday morning after spending more than six years away in storage. The Bridge

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Events: Celtic Festival, Menorcan Festival, Seafood Festival and more!

MENORCAN HERITAGE CELEBRATION * SATURDAY MARCH 12 * *ACROSS THE STREET FROM THE ST FRANCIS INN*Come learn about this unique cultural heritage and try some delicious food! Menorcan (sometimes spelled Minorcan) traditional foods include sausage, chicken and shrimp pilau, as well as clam chowder and baked goods. The Menorcan Heritage Society will hold their annual

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The Pirates are Coming!

THE SACK OF ST. AUGUSTINE: CAPT. ROBERT SEARLE’S RAID OF 1668 Relive a horrible day in history as the Historic Florida Militia re-enacts the Sack of St. Augustine. The sack occurred in 1668, when Capt. Robert Searle and his pirates sailed from Jamaica to loot the silver ingots held in the royal coffers at St.

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Lions return March 15 to guard Bridge

From the St. Augustine Record – March 3, 2011 Nearly a year after the rehabilitated Bridge of Lions reopened to traffic, its namesake statues will be brought home to symbolically protect the city. City officials announced Wednesday that the two marble lion statues will be re-installed during the early morning hours of March 15. The

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