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Tag Archives: Northeast Florida

A Night of Americana – Jacksonville Old Time Jam

Jun

20

  The Jacksonville Old Time Jam was founded in August 2011 in order to preserve, foster, and spark a passion for Old Time music in Northeast Florida. They will be one of the three performing groups for The Cummer’s Garden Concert: A Night of Americana on June 28 from 7-9 p.m. (doors at 6 p.m.). The cost is $20 […]

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Donor Highlight: Beacon Riverside

Apr

17

The Cummer is pleased to announce a new corporate partnership with our newest neighbor…

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Local Focus. Lasting Impact. – Award to Cultural Fusion

Feb

21

Cultural Fusion is the winner of the first ever Local Focus. Lasting Impact. award for Collaboration & Innovation, from…

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Native Plants: Longleaf Pine

Jan

30

Below the branches of the Bald Cypress are six Longleaf Pines (Pinus palustris) in what is termed the…

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Native Plants: Soft Rush

Jan

23

Outside the Stein Gallery, staged around the Pines and beneath the Cypress is a large grouping of…

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Native Plants: Yellow Jessamine

Jan

16

The evergreen, late winter-flowering vine, Yellow Jessamine (Gelsemium sempervirens) is placed at the base of…

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