11/27/2018: Audrey Gibson; Gingerbread Extravaganza; Moveable Feast
Jacksonville’s own Audrey Gibson is assuming a prominent role in the Florida Legislature.
Senate Democrats last week selected Gibson as their leader for the next two legislative sessions.
She joined us on Tuesday’s First Coast Connect to take listener questions and address a variety of issues, including climate change.
Annual Gingerbread Extravaganza Opens Thursday
The annual Gingerbread Extravaganza is an amazing confection creation that’s about to open at the Jacksonville Historical Society in Old St. Andrews Church, 317 A. Philip Randolph Blvd., right across the street from the Jacksonville Veterans Memorial Arena.
For the first time, it’s going to stay open for three days after Christmas. Admission is $10 dollars for adults and $3 for kids.
Jacksonville Historical Society Executive Director Alan Bliss joined us with a preview.
Related: Gingerbread Extravaganza Slideshow
Art In The Park
Award-winning artists from around the world are coming to Jacksonville this holiday season.
Don’t Miss a Beat is presenting “Art in the Park,” a jazz concert featuring Eric Carter, this Friday at the DMAB Community Art Center inside the Edith Brown Ford Community Center at 2839 West Beaver Street.
Felicia Bass, Director of Operations for Don’t Miss a Beat, told us what guests can expect.
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WJCT CEO David McGowan joined us with a look at what viewer and listener gifts mean for public media in Jacksonville.