A new early education provider is slated to open August 2017 in the master-planned community.
Now enrolling, Primrose School on Crosswater Parkway will feature the exclusive Balanced Learning approach which blends purposeful play with nurturing guidance from teachers to encourage curiosity, creativity, confidence and compassion.
Ranked one of the “Happiest Seaside Towns in America” by Coastal Living, St. Augustine always has plenty for locals and visitors to explore. It’s no surprise that the weeks leading up to the holidays are jam-packed with festive fun.
Here are a few activities that deserve a spot on Floridians’calendars:
Nights of Lights - named one of “Top 10 Places to See Holiday Lights” by National Geographic, St. Augustine’s Nights of Lights begins Saturday, November 19, and runs through January 31, 2017 . The lights can be enjoyed on foot, trolley, train, horse-drawn carriage, or even aboard a boat. This is one attraction you don’t want to miss.
If there’s one holiday that master-planned communities (MPCs) do better than others, it’s Halloween. As a small community of its own, an MPC is the prime setup for filling up trick-or-treat bags and enjoying festivities with neighbors.
Whether you believe in ghosts or not, St. Augustine has a long and rich history of celebrating the paranormal year-round. As the oldest city in the country, it’s seen more than a fair share of violent battles throughout it’s rich history, which only adds to the excitement when it comes to spirits running amuck.
Here are a few fun ways to celebrate Halloween 2016, ranging from spooktacular to kid-friendly:
Luxury homes can be found all around the First Coast. From the coastline of the Atlantic Ocean and the banks of the St. Johns River to area's only a short distance from the water, there's something for just about every high-end home-buyer. The vibrant master-planned Nocatee community is home to five distinct neighborhoods with estate-style and custom home offerings.
One glance at Pinterest or any home magazine and you’ll see that the obsession with the nature isn’t going anywhere, even in home decor. From end tables made of stumps to beams made of trees, the trend of bringing the outside in is more popular than ever. That’s because countless studies have shown that nature has numerous benefits for the mind and body.
If you’re considering a new home, you may want to think about the features being offered outside as well as in. Some communities incorporate nature through an extensive trail system and other outdoor amenities. Contact with nature has been reported to have psychological benefits, including reduced stress, enhanced focus and productivity, mental restoration, improvement of ADHD and increased longevity. There really is no replacement for Mother Nature.
Summer camps and staycations are drawing to a close for many Nocatee families as the beginning of a brand new school year is drawing near. Before the school bell starts ringing, consider these 7tips to minimize the pain for both students and parents:
1. Take your kids shopping for school supplies.Get them excited about going back to school by allowing them to showcase their personalities through folders, pencils, backpacks and other school supplies. Be sure you have the teacher’s list of required items before hitting the stores.
The Palencia Club of St. Augustine, FL, is offering $55 rounds per player, including green fees, cart fees and range balls. $10 optional BBQ after play is also available.This discounted round of golf is exclusively offered to Nocatee residents and available on select days.
Quality of life is a huge factor in searching for a home. And since dogs (aka Man’s best friend) are an integral part of the family, ensuring their happiness is top priority. Luckily, in Northeast Florida, the dog days of summer don’t end when school is back in session.