Cathedral District Jacksonville is lighting up the district for “Christmas in the Cathedral District: Let There Be Light,” which will be visible from I-95 and the Acosta, Main Street, Hart, and Mathews Bridges. This first-of-its-kind spectacular event is the Cathedral District’s gift to its beloved community after a long and challenging year.
Florida Mining Gallery presents a collection of multidisciplinary works curated by Marcus Kenney and featuring recognized artists from across the Southeast.
Dec. 1-27 The 18th Annual Gingerbread Extravaganza, hosted by the Jacksonville Historical Society, will enthrall visitors of all ages as they ooh and aah over dozens of delectable gingerbread creations built by amateurs and professionals. The event includes decorated trees, a silent auction, contests, and a holiday gift shop. Your holiday celebration won’t be complete without a visit to Old St. Andrew’s Church. 317 A. Philip Randolph...
Jacksonville Dance Theatre (JDT), Jacksonville’s own critically acclaimed professional modern dance company, announces a fresh new take on their annual solo concert. Presenting IN HERE/OUT THERE, a series of digitally streamed solo works created by commissioned JDT dancers “in here” in collaboration with a partner “out there” in the world. The solos will stream weekly on Tuesdays starting on October 6 until December 1. See them on the JDT Instagram and YouTube accounts at no cost to the viewer.
“It’s as wicked as you wish” at the 33rd annual Spooktacular at Jacksonville Zoo and Gardens, presented by Aquafina. This beloved, enchanting Halloween celebration happens every night from October 23 to 31 from 5 to 8 p.m. Additional time slots will be available on select nights from 7 to 10 p.m.
Personifying RBG as the Statue of Liberty, which depicts Libertas, the Roman goddess of liberty, made perfect sense to me as a way of honoring the essential values of integrity and liberty for all that Ruth Bader Ginsburg embodied and fought for.