Have two hours to spend? Catch a movie at Jacksonville Film Events in Jacksonville.
Service and taste make a great restaurant, and that's why you won't be disappointed by this theater.
At this theater, everyone will find something they love — kids included!
Upgrade your movie-watching experience with Jacksonville Film Events' open air screens.
Parking is plentiful, so guests can feel free to bring their vehicles.
From scenic sites to exciting attractions, Spirit of the Suwannee Music Park in Live Oak is a prime choice for your next vacation.
Take advantage of the nearby parking options and save yourself the trouble of hauling your luggage back and forth.
Make memories that you will remember forever with a girls day out at Ponte Vedra Nails, a highly-rated nail care establishment.
Treat yourself to something new and exciting, such as a daring nail color or design, at this salon.
Everyone will be complimenting your nails after your appointment at Ponte Vedra Nails.
Ken Spivey is the founder and driving force behind the Time Lord Fest conventions which have thus far taken place in Tampa, Orlando, and Atlanta. The Time Lord Fests are the largest Doctor Who conventions in the state of Florida, with each convention drawing between 1,000 and 4,000 attendees.
Ken has sat on or led numerous Doctor Who related panels at conventions all over the southeastern US where he synthesizes his academic background in Gender Theory, Sexuality, and Romantic Relationships in the Ancient and Modern World with the spheres of pop culture and science fiction. In addition, Ken leads the Nation's most popular Time Lord Rock Group, 'The Ken Spivey Band,' which has been featured prominantely by MTV.com, NPR, The Tampa Bay Times, and has won numerous awards.
Due to his Doctor Who music’s popularity, his fan approachability, and extensive knowledge of all things Whovian, Ken has quickly become one of the largest unofficial voices for young adult Doctor Who fandom.
If you could teleport Munich to the seaside, you'd have something close to Beaches Oktoberfest, the annual event that puts a distinctly Floridian spin on the historic German celebration. The three-day festival will unfold at Sea Walk Pavilion, where revelers can sample more than 50 beers from breweries including Warsteiner, König Ludwig, and more. As guests work their way through the tents, they can check off brews in their Beer Passports, and, if they're VIP passholders, make use of a private bar and bathrooms. In addition to drinks, the festival also takes care of eats, too; the food truck village will be bustling with bites from more than 10 area trucks. Throughout the weekend, a schedule of events also adds life to the proceeds; Saturday's live music includes bands such as The Expendables, and Sunday's special Dogtoberfest section welcomes pets and as well animals up for adoption.
Beaches Oktoberfest combines Jacksonville's beach views with a drinking tour of Germany—one that even includes a (fake) passport. Travelers each receive a passport upon arrival, and get a stamp when they visit—and try regional beers from—each of the four major German cities: Hamburg, Berlin, Munich, and Frankfurt.
Visits, of course, are symbolic. Instead of setting foot on German turf, participants travel with their taste buds, sampling
beers to the tune of live polka. And for food to go with their brews, they simply stop by the onsite food truck village, rather than hoping someone will pass them a beer mug made of steak. The two-day event also includes a 5K Chug N' Run race and a special fun area meant for kids.