The FIRST EVER 3-Day Music Festival set around tiny houses!
3rd Annual Florida Tiny House Music Festival St. Johns County Fairgrounds Elkton, Florida (West of St. Augustine.) November 16-18, 2018
~ Multiple STAGES! ~ MANY Tiny Homes! ~ Different GENRES (EDM, Folk, Country and Rock)! ~ Speakers and Workshops! ~ Artisans AND Vendors! ~ LOTS of DELICIOUS Food! ~ BEER and WINE Garden! ~ ON-Site CAMPING!
PLUS all the fun and excitement the organizers of the for-charity Tiny House Festivals are known for!
Friday, November 16: 12PM-8PM Saturday, November 17: 9AM-8PM Sunday, November 18: 9AM-6PM
From the same organization behind the for-charity Georgia, Louisiana, Massachusetts, Tennessee DC/Virginia, and New Jersey Tiny House Festivals... and now the upcoming Florida Tiny House Music Festival (3rd Annual)!
Shred for Good a division of Challenge Enterprises offering secure document destruction. Shred for Good conducts several Free Shred events for the benefit of individuals that don’t have an on-going need for regular shredding service.
During Free Shred events, participants may deposit their sensitive documents in secure, locked bins, which are then securely transported to the Shred for Good facility where it is destroyed.
Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices is requesting that everyone bring at least one non-perishable food item for every box or bag of materials to be shredded. All food donations will go to Feeding Northeast Florida, a regional food bank network.
“Identity theft and fraud are serious problems that can be avoided if you securely dispose of confidential documents and sensitive materials,” said Broker/Executive Vice President Christy Budnick. “This is the perfect opportunity for us to help protect the community from the risk of identity fraud and stock our local food banks — a win-win!” The office hosted its first shredding event last year and collected more than 10,000 pounds of materials from more than 350 vehicles.
Free Shred Event and Food Drive hosted by Berkshire Hathaway Jan 27, 2018 9am-12pm 196 Capulet Drive St. Augustine, FL 32092 The event takes place from 9 a.m. to noon, at the company’s Murabella office located at the Shoppes at Murabella. Community members are encouraged to bring their personal documents and sensitive materials, which will be securely shredded during the event free of charge. The company is requesting everyone bring a non-perishable food donation in addition to their shredding materials. All food donations will go to Our Lady of Good Counsel Food Pantry in St. Johns County.
“Identity theft and fraud are serious problems that can be avoided if you securely dispose of sensitive and personal documents,” said Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices Florida Network Realty Broker/Executive Vice President Christy Budnick. “We want to protect our clients and the community as a whole from the risk of identity fraud.”
The Murabella office is located at 196 Capulet Drive, near the intersection of State Road 16 and Pacetti Road/World Golf Village International Parkway. “We are grateful to be able to offer these important services to the community we serve,” said Ann King, broker/manager of Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices Florida Network Realty’s St. Augustine and Murabella offices.
In St. Johns County, Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices Florida Network Realty also operates a full service branch office in the SeaGrove Town Center on Florida A1A in St. Augustine and a satellite office at Villages of Seloy, a ’55 and up’ community.
Information Box: Shredding Hunger Saturday, Jan. 27, 9:30- noon Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices Florida Network Realty 196 Capulet Drive, Suite 3, St. Augustine, Fla. 32092 (904) 802-0691
Annual Coastal Clean-Up Every 3rd Saturday in September Join others in cleaning up our beaches and waterways every 3rd Saturday in September. This world-wide effort not only helps to clean the debris but also removes many dangers to both people and wildlife. Six-pack holders, fishing line and nets, strapping bands, straws, balloons and plastic bags all have a very negative affect on animals in the sea and can be deadly.