This Saturday in St. Augustine


CHANGING OF THE GUARD
(photo credit St. Augustine Garrison)
As a typical day in 1740 St. Augustine draws to a close, soldiers guarding the Governors House are dismissed for the night by their replacements. As they retire for the evening, the soldiers fall into formation and fire a volley of musketry that assures residents that the city of San Agustin is secure for the night. This authentic re-enactment begins at 6:30 p.m. when the St. Augustine Garrison begins their march from the Taberna del Gallo, 35 St. George Street, to the Government House located at the Plaza de la Constitucion. For more information call 904.819.0332or visit http://staugustinegarrison.com.
NATIONAL MARINA DAY
Celebrate National Marina Day from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. at Camachee Cove Yacht Harbor at the base of the Vilano Bridge in St. Augustine. Live music. DJ., food and drinks, nautical flea market, and lots of pirates doing piratical things. Plus, there will be a blindfolded dingy race and a homemade sailboat race. For more information, call 904.829.5676.