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Nights of Lights 2018 approaching

SAINT AUGUSTINE – Saturday, Nov.17, is Light-Up! Night, the start of the 25th year of the Nights of Lights and the City of St. Augustine is getting ready.

With a decision made recently by the City Commission, the popular holiday lighting program will last into February because Jan. 31, 2019 falls on a Thursday.

For details on Light-Up! Night and the park and ride shuttle, visit www.CityStAug.com/LightUpNight.

Visitor information, including a calendar of events during the 10-week long Nights of Lights and details on the city’s wide variety of accommodations, restaurants and dining opportunities, are available at www.NightsofLights.com.

November 17, 23, 24 & Saturdays in December

The City of St. Augustine with support from the St. Johns County Tourist Development Council will once again offer the Nights of Lights Free Park and Ride Shuttle during the busiest times of the popular holiday lighting event.

The shuttle will operate from two parking locations north of downtown from 1 until 11 p.m. on Light-Up! Night, November 17, on the Friday and Saturday of Thanksgiving weekend, and every Saturday in December.

     Park at: 

St. Johns County Health Department, 200 San Sebastian View

San Marco Lot,  301 San Marco Ave.

     Ride to: 

Visitor Information Ctr., 10 S. Castillo Dr.

Special Shuttle just on Light-Up! Night     

A special shuttle will operate from three parking locations along Anastasia Blvd. just on Light-Up! Night, November 17, from 4:00pm until 11:00pm.

     Park at: 

Anastasia Baptist Church, 1650 A1A South

St. Augustine Amphitheatre, 1340-C A1A South

R.B. Hunt Elementary, 125 Magnolia Dr.

Ride to:

Bridge of Lions (east end)

Maps and shuttle schedules are available at www.CityStAug.com/LightUpNight

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