Davie Hardesty
Staff Writer

  Are you tired and have nothing to do over the break? There are plenty of fun things to do around town during the holidays. On Nov. 23-30, Michelle Davidson will be presenting her Apocalyptic Dream show in the P.A.S.T.A Art Gallery in St. Augustine. The show consists of a series of abstract acrylic paintings. These paintings are meant to reflect things like land and cityscapes, and visions of the past, present, and future of different elements that can affect people. With each painting is a poem, representing the emotions going through the audience’s minds while observing the work. Davidson has published a book of the show and it will be sold at the gallery. The gallery is open from five to nine p.m.

  The Budweiser Clydesdales are back. On Nov. 23 and  26-27, The Anheuser-Busch Jacksonville Brewery and Tour Center. The red wagon and the hitch team will be riding around the grounds and people can take picture and interact with the horses. The Town Center will be open for walk-in tours and many food trucks will be there, including; Tasty Dog, Nitrogen Creamery, Julie’s Sweet Stuff, Mother Truckin Pizza, and Mangroves. The town center will be open from ten a.m. to five p.m.

  On Nov. 25-27, Christmas in the South will premiere at the Carolina Shows from nine a.m. to six p.m. Tickets are seven dollars for adults and free for children under twelve. Tickets are good for the three days with hand stamps and free parking. Christmas in the South gives people a chance to watch the making of art in action. The artist create things like glass jewelry, silk clothing, and fabric handbags in front of audiences. It gives local artist a chance to demonstrate their work.