Florida Trust Experiences Presented in celebration of National Historic Preservation Month

Join us for three events held in St. Augustine this May in support of one of our partners: Lincolnville Museum and Cultural Center, whose mission is to preserve, promote and perpetuate over 450 years of the African American story.

Click here for a flyer with all the details on the events.

 

Friday, May 21

6 - 8 p.m.

Lincolnville Museum

102 M. L. King Avenue
St. Augustine, FL 32084  

 

An Evening of Storytelling and Song with author Greg Estevez and the Hallelujah Singers

 

LIVE EVENT Tickets: $50 to attend in-person (limited seating).

 

VIRTUAL EVENT Tickets: $15 to attend virtually with live-stream ticket (live-stream attendees will receive weblink).

Saturday, May 22

9 - 10 a.m. Walking Tour

10 - noon Lincolnville Open House

Starts at Lincolnville Museum entrance

102 M. L. King Avenue

St. Augustine, FL 32084  

Walking about in Lincolnville: A tour with one of Lincolnville’s own, Kenneth McClain

Tickets:  $25 includes Lincolnville Museum 

Thursday, May 27

5:30 - 6:30 - Reception (ticketed, see below)

Lincolnville Museum

102 M. L. King Avenue

St. Augustine, FL 32084  

7 - 8 p.m. - Lecture with Dr. Michael Francis

St. Augustine Art Association

22 Marine Street

St. Augustine, FL 32084

 

An Evening with Dr. J. Michael Francis: Free and Enslaved: Black Society in   Spanish Florida, 1513-1821

 

VIRTUAL Tickets: $10 to attend virtually with live-stream ticket (guests with live-stream ticket will receive weblink)

 

LIVE EVENT Tickets: $25 to attend in-person (limited seating)

 

LIVE EVENT & RECEPTION: $50 ticket includes pre-event reception and lecture (limited seating)

Space is limited so register now!

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