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Free Saturdays will continue at Cummer museum

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Cummer Museum of Art & Gardens
A view of the gardens along the St. Johns River at the Cummer Museum of Art & Gardens.

Free Saturdays will continue at Jacksonville’s Cummer Museum of Art & Gardens — even as the current program comes to an end.

A 10-year partnership between the museum and Wayne and Delores Barr Weaver — called Free for All — will end Saturday. But the museum will continue the once-a-month free admission beginning in January, with a new partner: Citibank.

The Weavers, former owners of the Jacksonville Jaguars, launched free Saturday admissions in 2012, when the museum celebrated its 50th anniversary. 

Over the past decade, the program has provided free admission to more than 100,000 visitors on the first Saturday of each month.

Admission normally costs $15 for adults and $10 for seniors and military.

For more information, go to cummermuseum.org.

Dan Scanlan is a veteran journalist with almost 40 years as a radio, television and print reporter in the Jacksonville area, as well as years of broadcast work in the Northeast. You can reach Dan at dscanlan@wjct.org, (904) 607-2770 or on Twitter at @scanlan_dan.