Instagram of the Week
Incredible shot of the #DTJax skyline lit up at night.
I spy a few stars in the sky. Photo by @shutter_styles.
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June’s Virtual Art Scroll:
Additional Arts & Culture Events This Week:
June 25th | MOSH History w/ a Twist: Episode 4
June 25th | MOCA Movie Night Presents: Disclosure
June 25th | Collection Sketchin’ with MOSH Educators
Take a look at our #DTJax Business Updates blog to see which Downtown Jacksonville businesses are open and what services they are currently offering.
Riverside Arts Market
The Riverside Arts Market is now open with all vendors and artists in attendance. Stop by every Saturday from 10 a.m.-3 p.m. to shop local from produce and masks, to pottery and plants.
Visit their website
The Cummer Museum Gardens
The iconic gardens at the Cummer Museum are now open! To minimize touch points and monitor onsite capacity, all visitors must reserve tickets online in advance of their visit.
Visit their website
Summer Family Fun
We’ve compiled a list of ways to spend time with your family, social distancing style, in Downtown Jacksonville! View the blog post for more ideas.
Take a Trip to MOSH
The MOSH is open to the public with protocols measures in place to keep visitors and employees safe. This museum is the perfect place to take the kiddos if you want to offer them a fun day full of learning!
Socially-Distanced Family Movie at 121 Financial Ballpark
The Jacksonville Jumbo Shrimp have turned their baseball field into a socially-distanced movie theater! Concessions are being sold, so grab your popcorn and enjoy watching a movie on the big screen.
4th of July in #DTJax
Join us for the best July 4th Fireworks show on the First Coast! The City of Jacksonville will be lighting the sky in multiple locations across Jacksonville this year, including our very own Downtown celebration. The show will begin at 9:45 p.m.
Updates from Downtown Vision
Florida Reopening Phase II:
Florida is now in Phase II of the state-wide reopening plans. Governor DeSantis’ plan, Safe, Smart, Step-by-Step, relaxes more of the measures put in place to slow the spread of COVID-19. Changes Include:
- Gyms and retail operating at 100% capacity
- Bars and pubs including those in hotels can open at a 50% capacity
- Entertainment facilities can open at a 50% capacity
- Groups are encouraged to limit gatherings to no more than 50
Small Business Support
- Visit COVID-19: #DTJax Resources for Small Business for up-to-date information on loans, grants and assistance for those dealing with layoffs.
- Please take our Impact Survey for Downtown Businesses so we can share with leadership as they plan relief efforts.
The Downtown Vision office is closed but the team can be contacted by email.