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A socially distanced Arbor Day Ceremony will be held on Friday, January 15, 2021 at Francis Field at 11:00am.  There will be remarks by Vice Mayor Nancy Sikes-Kline, as well as the planting of two large, blooming magnolia trees along the events field.

For those wishing to attend, parking will be available free of charge at the Historic Parking Facility. When entering the garage, notify the gate attendant that you’re attending the Arbor Day Ceremony.

There will also be a drive-thru sapling distribution from 10:00am-2:00pm (or while supplies last) via the W. Castillo Drive Entrance of the Historic Parking Facility.  City staff will be giving away Winged Elm, Laurel Oak, and Southern Red Cedar trees.

Contact Melissa Wissel at 904-825-1053 with any questions.

Image used is from the City’s website event.


January 15
11:00 am
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Francis Field
25 W. Castillo Drive
St. Augustine, FL 32084 United States
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