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Full Circle Fest

April 22 @ 12:00 pm - 6:00 pm

$2.00

Date: Sunday April 22nd

Time: 12 – 6 pm

Location: Eddie Vicker Park, 399 Riberia Street St. Augustine, 32085 (park at end of Riberia Street)

Full Circle Fest will be a day full of family, friends, food and fun.  Enjoy live music while strolling through the park and speaking with local businesses  that are embracing sustainability.  Sport a new Kleen Kanteen cup with some fresh water from the US Pure Water Festie Bestie water bar or fill’em up with an ice cold brew from an internationally recognized sustainable brewery like Lagunitas or stay local with Old Coast Ales and Dog Rose Brewery.

We are a  plastic free event and take pride in working with the vendors and features of the site design to ensure that this event does not impact our natural resources.  Vendors are required to use paper straws, not provide sold items in plastic bags, not serve food in Styrofoam with plastic utensils, or sell single use plastic beverages. We encourage you to bring your own vessel and shopping bag and be a part of the solution.

Solar displays, green building ideas, Beaver Toyota Prius viewing, eco-chic clothing companies, outdoor inspired lifestyle companies, and much more!

Yoga and Family Fitness session hosted by DRIV: 11:00 – 12:00

Culinary Pavilion

  • 12:00 – 2:00 Rype and Readi
  • 2:30 – 3:30 Candace Griffin  with Plantbased Floridian

Live music on the main stage:

  • Dune Hoppers and Friends
  • The Willow Wacks
  • Aslyn & the Naysayers

Sustainable Living Workshops (12:45 – 4:45)

  • Solar, Permaculture, Recycling Right, Conservation of birds and more Solar!

Local eateries Food Court

Guests who ride a bike, walk, or skateboard = a free raffle ticket to win exciting prizes!

*Event site design by Cassidie Corwin Events*

*Thank you to St. Johns Illuminations for supporting our guests with somewhere to sit, Taylor Rental for our musicians to have a place to play, Lovely Loo for giving our guests a potty, and Maritime Creative for our guest to hear the music!*

$100.00 FOOD VENDOR (Selling food and beverage)

$75.00 VENDOR (Selling items/providing a service)

$25.00 EDUCATION & VENDOR SERVICES (Education booth & selling items)

Workshop Schedule (In Speakers Tent under the tree grove)

Jackie Nunez with Republic Services (12:45 pm)

Jackie will present on how to recycle right! If the load is contaminated it doesn’t get recycled.

Pete Arnold with A1A Solar (1:45 pm)

Presentation Title: PV 101 – Benefits to Solar in our Community

Peter Arnold is a native to St. Augustine, Florida. He is a University of North Florida graduate with a Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering. Currently working as a Photovoltaic System Designer at A1A Solar Contracting. Peter has been working in the renewable energy field since 2014.  Outside of being a dedicated husband and father, he is an active member of the St. Johns County community as a volunteer youth soccer coach and with the local school system.

Crystal Timmons with Veteran Garden Project (2:45)

Presentation Title:  Introduction to Permaculture

Crystal is the spouse of an Army Veteran, mom, yoga and meditation instructor, organic gardener, certified in permaculture design, as well nursery and landscape management (FNGLA), and volunteer member of Honoring the Brave.  Her focus is to support and connect veterans, families of veterans, and the wider community to yoga, meditation, nature, and community.

Matthias Herzog with Altways, LLC. (3:45)

Presentation Title: “It Just Makes Sense”

Matthias Herzog, CEO –  Renewable Energy innovator and field expert.  Hands on experience in photovoltaic installation, implementation, engineering, product and market development, consulting and teaching.  Knowledge and certification of industry standards and protocol (NABCEP certified).   Recently worked for the leading PV installer in Northeast Florida and the industry’s largest wholesale distributor and integrator as well as Renewable Energy leaders: Powerlight Corp. and Sun Power Corps providing management of projects. Customers have ranged from residential and commercial to U.S. Military.

Jean Rolke (President) with St. Johns County Audubon (4:45)

Presentation Title: Imperiled Birds Nesting on the Coastline of Northeast Florida

FWC has four focal imperiled bird species which breed on the beaches of northeast Florida.  Come see what these birds are, where they nest, and how we can protect them.  St. Johns County Audubon is looking for stewards to become educational ambassadors for these nesting birds.

Be A Volunteer

We have a variety of volunteer opportunities available leading up to the event and on the day of.

  • Recycling/waste management
  • Donation collection
  • Set up/break down (installing signage, tents, etc.)
  • Beer and vending sales
  • Education station check in/check out

THINKING GLOBALLY ACTING LOCALLY

Thank you to our sponsors and partners!!!

Details

Date:
April 22
Time:
12:00 pm - 6:00 pm
Cost:
$2.00
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Organizer

KOTC
Email:
info@keepersofthecoast.org

Venue