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Events for the week of 03/09/2014
Discover First America Program
Date: 1/8 - 03/12   click here for website

January 8

The Discover First America program provides community members and visitors with educational and entertaining information on St. Augustine’s history through presentations, re-enactments, music, dance and sometimes even food! Held in Lewis Auditorium at Flagler College, the programs are free and open to the public. St. Augustine 450th Commemoration passports and souvenir stampings are complimentary to participants. 14 Granada Street, St. Augustine.

Flagler College is just 2 short blocks from Carriage Way Bed and Breakfast. Visit historic St. Augustine and enjoy all of the wonderful history and fun this city has to offer.

Journey: 450 Years of the African American Experience
Date: 1/20 - 07/20   click here for website

The year 2014 is the 50th anniversary of the Civil Rights Act, an anniversary that is recognized and commemorated nationally and internationally. Journey: 450 Years of the African-American Experience showcases the important role African-Americans played in the historical and cultural development of America.
The birth of the African-American experience took place in St. Augustine. The first freed Black settlement was established here; the Emancipation Proclamation was read here; on the very streets that were laid down in 1573 by the Spanish Crown marched Civil Rights activists – nearly four centuries later – calling for the fundamental rights our country mandates.
This state-of-the-art exhibition features authentic objects, original documents, powerful photographs and interactive elements that depict the journey African-Americans experienced from our country’s beginnings until today. The exhibition anchors a citywide passport program that connects visitors, residents and students to important African-American historical sites, exhibitions and programs throughout St. Augustine and St. Johns County.
The St. Augustine 450th Commemoration partnered with local and national organizations to present the true and accurate story of African-Americans and their important cultural contributions
What: Journey: 450 Years of the African American Experience
Where: Visitor Information Center at 10 W. Castillo Dr.
When: Open daily (9 am – 5pm) from Jan. 20- July 15, 2014.
Why: The story of African-Americans mirrors the history of St. Augustine, from the clash of Old and New World cultures and the struggle for European control to the growth of colonies on the backs of slaves and the unending, centuries-long fight for freedom. St. Augustine has been part of America since its beginnings, and African-Americans have played a key role in the birth of this nation.
Price: Adults $5; Seniors $4 (60+); Youth $3 (aged 7-12); Youth 6 & under FREE; Family of 4 $15; Military in uniform FREE; St. Johns County residents (with photo ID) FREE; University and College students (with ID) FREE.

Call (904) 829-3800 for more information.

Carriage Way Bed and Breakfast is nestled comfortably in the heart of historic downtown St. Augustine. Come stay with us and experience all the history and fun St. Augustine has to offer.

Daytona Bike week
Date: 3/7 - 3/16   click here for website

Carriage Way Bed and Breakfast is located just 1 hour north of Daytona beach, home of the world famous Bike Week. Bike week brings together motorcycle enthusiasts from all over the country to celebrate and enjoy a fun week long festival in beautiful Daytona beach. Please visit http://www.officialbikeweek.com/ for a full list of activities and events for bike week. Historic downtown St. Augustine is a popular destination for bikers looking to venture away from Daytona. Come stay with us at Carriage Way Bed and Breakfast and enjoy all that our beautiful city has to offer.

St. Augustine Celtic Festival
Date: 3/7 - 3/09   click here for website

The sounds of the ancient Celtic peoples of Scotland and Ireland are as alive today as ever at the St. Augustine Celtic Music Festival, March 7, 8 & 9, 2014 at Francis Field on Castillo Drive. Find the Celt in you as you take in the sights, sounds and tastes of centuries of European history. Celtic clans from around the world show their ancestral pride, Highland games athletes demonstrate their mind-boggling strength, the St. Patrick’s Day Parade marches through the streets of the Oldest City’s Historic District, and vendors offer up Celtic cuisine and hand-made crafts.

But the hands-down favorite of the St. Augustine Celtic festival is the music. Scottish and Irish bands playing both traditional tunes and modernized renditions of the ancient Celtic music appear live on stage throughout the two-day festival - arguably the best collaboration of Celtic artists assembled in the United States. We’re talking Scots-born Albannach and Ireland’s Dublin City Ramblers just to name a few, attracting fans from throughout Florida and Georgia, Savannah to St. Augustine, Orlando and The Villages.

Carriage Way Bed and Breakfast is located just 3 blocks from Francis Field where the Celtic Festival will be held. Come stay with us and enjoy the wonderful Celtic festival and everything else that historic St. Augustine has to offer.

City walks Celtic Pub Crawl
Date: 3/13 - 3/17   click here for website

Celebrate St. Patrick's Day with the original, world famous St. Augustine City Walks Pub Crawl! Amble with your City Walks Pub Scout and visit some of the city's most interesting taverns. Enjoy tales of the city's history mixed with traditional "pub lore," plus find out how beer is made and how to distinguish different types. All premium beers. ales, wines and sangria (and some snacks) are included at each quaint watering spot on the tour -- some fun St. Patty's Day activities and Celtic history also included. The tour is each evening from 8:30 to 11 p.m. and tickets are $39 per person. Reservations required. 904-825-0087

Artisans through the ages
Date: 3/15 - 3/15   click here for website

The Ximenez-Fatio House Museum hosts its annual "Artisans Through The Ages" exhibit from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. at the historical site, 20 Aviles St. The event honors the 19th century history of the house with arts and crafts produced by members of The National Society of The Colonial Dames of America in The State of Florida (NSCDA-FL). Local artists and re-enactors will be part of the event. Admission is free; donations will be accepted. Call 904-829-3575 or go to ximenezfatiohouse.org. Visit www.carriageway.com today for information on rates and availability.

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