Unique Art, Bike Tour, Justin Moore Performs, And More: Top 5 Things To Do In St. Augustine This Week – St. Augustine Record

This is the week to view fine art, support some young artists, listen to live music, learn something new and get those muscles moving. With mild days and cool nights, you can’t go wrong with everything this area has to offer, and it has a lot to offer. It’s time to check it out!

Butterfield Garage Art GalleryIf you’re in the mood for some truly unique art, Jan Miller, the November featured artist at Butterfield Garage, is showcasing her mixed media gourd sculptures. Miller, who established her career in Chicago before moving to St. Augustine and founding the Butterfield Garage Art Gallery, will be available to discuss her work from 4-7:30 p.m. Friday and will give a painting demonstration and discussion Sunday, Nov. 7, from 2-5 p.m.

Butterfield Garage Art Gallery is at 137 King St., St. Augustine. For information, call 904-825-4577 or visit butterfieldgarage.com.

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Spoonbills & Sprockets Tour 2021Take a bicycle tour along the beautiful A1A Scenic and Historic Coastal Byway on Saturday and get in shape for the holiday feasting to come. The 10th annual Spoonbills & Sprockets tour offers several cycling choices: 100, 72 or 36 miles, along with a 15-mile ride for beginners and a “tiny tour” for very young riders.

The rides start at 7 a.m. for the 100-mile, 7:30 for the 72- and 36-mile, and at 9 a.m. for the 15-mile and tiny tour. All rides are fully supported and will be followed by a luncheon/reception at Marineland Dolphin Adventure. The event is sponsored by Friends of A1A Scenic and Historic Coastal Byway.

For information, visit scenica1a.org/spoonbills-sprockets/

Apex Theatre: Fall Young Artists ShowcaseYoung artists ages 8 to 18 from all over northeast Florida will showcase their talents on Saturday, Nov. 6, at the Ponte Vedra Concert Hall. Musical theater students will perform numbers from classic and contemporary Disney musicals; the young actors’ workshop will perform one-act comedies; and the teen improv group will take on suggestions from the audience for sketches.

The Ponte Vedra Concert Hall is at 1050 A1A North, Ponte Vedra Beach. For information, call 904-209-0367, or visit pvconcerthall.com/events or apextheatrejax.com/events.

Justin Moore with guest Tracy LawrenceAppearing at the St. Augustine Amphitheatre on Thursday, Nov. 11, on his “Late Nights and Longnecks” tour, country music hit maker Justin Moore will take the stage at 7 p.m. He has sold more than 4.5 million digital downloads, and eight of his singles topped the Hot Country Songs charts, including “Small Town USA” and “If Heaven Wasn’t So Far Away.”

Tracy Lawrence has been in the country music world since the early 1990s, with hits like “Sticks and Stones” and “Time Marches On.” He released an album in April, “Hindsight 2020 Volume 1,” to celebrate his 30 years in the country music business.

The St. Augustine Amphitheatre is at 1340a A1A S. For information, call 904-471-1965 or visit theamp.com/events.

‘The Revolutionists’ presented by Flagler CollegeYou wouldn’t usually expect a play about the French Revolution to be a comedy, but this one puts Marie Antoinette, assassin Charlotte Corday, playwright Olympe de Gouges and Caribbean spy Marianne Angelle in a room together and laughs result. Performances are from Wednesday, Nov. 10, to Sunday, Nov. 14, at Lewis Auditorium.

The auditorium is at 14 Granada St., St. Augustine. For information or tickets, visit flagler.edu.

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