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102 M L King Avenue

St. Augustine, FL, 32084

Author: lmcc

The Lincolnville Museum and Cultural Center hosted the annual Living Legends Awards Luncheon on April 14, 2019, at 2 p.m. at the museum, 102 Martin Luther King Ave. The luncheon honored local residents who have made major contributions to the heritage landscape through education, business, the arts and civic activism. This year’s Living Legends honorees were Sandra Parks, Cora Tyson, Barbara Vickers and Henry White. “We are proud to honor these four individuals for their spirit and determination [...]

Celebrating Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. is a national holiday, a time for reflecting, public service and community unity. If you are 90 years old or older, he would have been your contemporary. Did you stand with him or oppose his quest for equality and justice? Whether you did or not, as an American today we must examine his work for all it is worth. It is not just another day off – although it is hard to acknowledge a day off from work when hundreds of thousands of federal workers (fellow Ameri [...]

We are pleased to announce that we will be hosting Lincolnville Jazz at the Excelsior this December through April. The jazz series, which showcases jazz through the ages from its African roots to the fusion sounds of the millennia in historic St. Augustine, will feature nine performances throughout five months. The featured performances include: December 28, 2018 Robert Phillips: Evening of Music from the African-American Experience January 4, 2019 Mama Blue: Jazz/Blues Favorites January 11, 201 [...]

The mission of the Lincolnville Museum and Cultural Center (LMCC) is simple: to tell the rich history of more than 450 years of African American experience in the Oldest City in America. From the first Spanish settlement in 1565, through Indian Wars, British ownership, Spanish ownership again, US ownership, the American Civil War, Emancipation, Reconstruction, Jim Crow laws, and the Civil Rights upheavals of the 1950s and 60s, Blacks have been a critical part of the story of St. Augustine, [...]

On #GivingTuesday, scheduled for Nov. 27, 2018, please consider donating to the Lincolnville Museum and Cultural Center. All donations are welcome, whether it is one that is monetary or your time. Everything makes a difference. Supporting the museum with a monetary donation is simple, just send a text to 205-590-5508 or make a donation through PayPal at www.lincolnvillemuseum.org/donate. Interested in volunteering? Call the museum at 904-824-1191 to learn more and sign up. Thank you for supporti [...]

On Saturday, Oct. 20, 2019, at 10000 Shands Pier Road in St. Johns, a ceremony took place in partnership with the Equal Justice Initiative to honor Isaac Barrett. While the ceremony took on a different tone with the missing marker that was to be unveiled, the story of Isaac Barrett was still told, and we will continue to unwaveringly tell our story. Barrett, an African American tenant farmer, was lynched in St. Johns County on June 5, 1897. He did not have a chance to defend himself in a court o [...]

The Lincolnville Museum and Cultural Center has been chosen as a recipient partner for the 21st Annual Columbia Restaurant Community Harvest for September 2018. Dine at the Columbia for lunch or dinner in September, select the Lincolnville Museum and Cultural Center as your organization of choice, and 5% percent of your food and beverage costs will be donated to the museum in the form of gift certificates. This is a great opportunity to enjoy a delicious meal and help the museum without spending [...]