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The Specktator is thrilled to have European Street Cafe as title sponsor of the online calendar!

As one of my favorite places to eat, drink and socialize in the the city, “E. Street” (as the cool kids call it) makes the perfect partner to help promote the best events happening in the city.

NOTE: This is a “curated calendar,” meaning I have personally reviewed each event and consider it to be of interest to the general public and/or something particularly compelling. It is important to know that businesses cannot buy a calendar entry. That said, if you have an event you would like considered for the calendar, send the pertinent information to whatsup@thespecktator.com.

And by the way, be sure to change the view from “month” to “stream” below. Unless you like being really annoyed.

 

Jun
23
Thu
Blazin’ IronKiwi Challenge
Jun 23 all-day
Blazin' IronKiwi Challenge

From runsignup.com

Ever wanted to do an Ironman but don’t want to pay $700+ to do it? Join the Blazin IronKiwi Challenge presented by PRS Triathlon to promote awareness of TEAM CHM in raising critical funds to find a cure for Choroideremia and in support of Bike MS and their effort to find a cure for MS.

Participants have from June 1-June 30 to swim 2.4 miles, bike 112 miles and run 26.2 miles. The 30-day challenge enables participants to exercise at their own pace. Swimming can be done in an indoor pool or accessible lake/pond/ocean, and any stroke can be used to complete the required distance (e.g. crawl stroke, breast stroke, back stroke, or even doggy paddling). Biking portion can be completing outdoors or on an indoor stationary bike. The 26.2 miles can be run or walked using tracks, trails, roads or treadmills.

FUN FACT: Belgian triathlete Marino Vanhoenacker holds the world record for an Ironman Triathlon with a time of 7 hours, 45 minutes and 58 seconds. (Personal note: I SLEEP longer than that!)

Jun
24
Fri
Blazin’ IronKiwi Challenge
Jun 24 all-day
Blazin' IronKiwi Challenge

From runsignup.com

Ever wanted to do an Ironman but don’t want to pay $700+ to do it? Join the Blazin IronKiwi Challenge presented by PRS Triathlon to promote awareness of TEAM CHM in raising critical funds to find a cure for Choroideremia and in support of Bike MS and their effort to find a cure for MS.

Participants have from June 1-June 30 to swim 2.4 miles, bike 112 miles and run 26.2 miles. The 30-day challenge enables participants to exercise at their own pace. Swimming can be done in an indoor pool or accessible lake/pond/ocean, and any stroke can be used to complete the required distance (e.g. crawl stroke, breast stroke, back stroke, or even doggy paddling). Biking portion can be completing outdoors or on an indoor stationary bike. The 26.2 miles can be run or walked using tracks, trails, roads or treadmills.

FUN FACT: Belgian triathlete Marino Vanhoenacker holds the world record for an Ironman Triathlon with a time of 7 hours, 45 minutes and 58 seconds. (Personal note: I SLEEP longer than that!)

Jun
25
Sat
Blazin’ IronKiwi Challenge
Jun 25 all-day
Blazin' IronKiwi Challenge

From runsignup.com

Ever wanted to do an Ironman but don’t want to pay $700+ to do it? Join the Blazin IronKiwi Challenge presented by PRS Triathlon to promote awareness of TEAM CHM in raising critical funds to find a cure for Choroideremia and in support of Bike MS and their effort to find a cure for MS.

Participants have from June 1-June 30 to swim 2.4 miles, bike 112 miles and run 26.2 miles. The 30-day challenge enables participants to exercise at their own pace. Swimming can be done in an indoor pool or accessible lake/pond/ocean, and any stroke can be used to complete the required distance (e.g. crawl stroke, breast stroke, back stroke, or even doggy paddling). Biking portion can be completing outdoors or on an indoor stationary bike. The 26.2 miles can be run or walked using tracks, trails, roads or treadmills.

FUN FACT: Belgian triathlete Marino Vanhoenacker holds the world record for an Ironman Triathlon with a time of 7 hours, 45 minutes and 58 seconds. (Personal note: I SLEEP longer than that!)

Jun
26
Sun
Blazin’ IronKiwi Challenge
Jun 26 all-day
Blazin' IronKiwi Challenge

From runsignup.com

Ever wanted to do an Ironman but don’t want to pay $700+ to do it? Join the Blazin IronKiwi Challenge presented by PRS Triathlon to promote awareness of TEAM CHM in raising critical funds to find a cure for Choroideremia and in support of Bike MS and their effort to find a cure for MS.

Participants have from June 1-June 30 to swim 2.4 miles, bike 112 miles and run 26.2 miles. The 30-day challenge enables participants to exercise at their own pace. Swimming can be done in an indoor pool or accessible lake/pond/ocean, and any stroke can be used to complete the required distance (e.g. crawl stroke, breast stroke, back stroke, or even doggy paddling). Biking portion can be completing outdoors or on an indoor stationary bike. The 26.2 miles can be run or walked using tracks, trails, roads or treadmills.

FUN FACT: Belgian triathlete Marino Vanhoenacker holds the world record for an Ironman Triathlon with a time of 7 hours, 45 minutes and 58 seconds. (Personal note: I SLEEP longer than that!)

Jun
27
Mon
Blazin’ IronKiwi Challenge
Jun 27 all-day
Blazin' IronKiwi Challenge

From runsignup.com

Ever wanted to do an Ironman but don’t want to pay $700+ to do it? Join the Blazin IronKiwi Challenge presented by PRS Triathlon to promote awareness of TEAM CHM in raising critical funds to find a cure for Choroideremia and in support of Bike MS and their effort to find a cure for MS.

Participants have from June 1-June 30 to swim 2.4 miles, bike 112 miles and run 26.2 miles. The 30-day challenge enables participants to exercise at their own pace. Swimming can be done in an indoor pool or accessible lake/pond/ocean, and any stroke can be used to complete the required distance (e.g. crawl stroke, breast stroke, back stroke, or even doggy paddling). Biking portion can be completing outdoors or on an indoor stationary bike. The 26.2 miles can be run or walked using tracks, trails, roads or treadmills.

FUN FACT: Belgian triathlete Marino Vanhoenacker holds the world record for an Ironman Triathlon with a time of 7 hours, 45 minutes and 58 seconds. (Personal note: I SLEEP longer than that!)

Jun
28
Tue
Blazin’ IronKiwi Challenge
Jun 28 all-day
Blazin' IronKiwi Challenge

From runsignup.com

Ever wanted to do an Ironman but don’t want to pay $700+ to do it? Join the Blazin IronKiwi Challenge presented by PRS Triathlon to promote awareness of TEAM CHM in raising critical funds to find a cure for Choroideremia and in support of Bike MS and their effort to find a cure for MS.

Participants have from June 1-June 30 to swim 2.4 miles, bike 112 miles and run 26.2 miles. The 30-day challenge enables participants to exercise at their own pace. Swimming can be done in an indoor pool or accessible lake/pond/ocean, and any stroke can be used to complete the required distance (e.g. crawl stroke, breast stroke, back stroke, or even doggy paddling). Biking portion can be completing outdoors or on an indoor stationary bike. The 26.2 miles can be run or walked using tracks, trails, roads or treadmills.

FUN FACT: Belgian triathlete Marino Vanhoenacker holds the world record for an Ironman Triathlon with a time of 7 hours, 45 minutes and 58 seconds. (Personal note: I SLEEP longer than that!)

Fred’s All-Star Comedians @ Comedy Zone
Jun 28 @ 7:30 pm
Fred's All-Star Comedians @ Comedy Zone | Jacksonville | Florida | United States

Fred’s All-Star Comedians’ night features the best local comics from Northeast Florida. There’s a different line-up every week, but I’m not going to bother to list them every time because you’ve never heard of any of them anyway.

FUN FACT: The Comedy Zone’s menu includes seared salmon, bruschetta chicken and sirloin steak. And if you’re not that fancy, don’t worry: They have nachos and wings too.

Jun
29
Wed
Blazin’ IronKiwi Challenge
Jun 29 all-day
Blazin' IronKiwi Challenge

From runsignup.com

Ever wanted to do an Ironman but don’t want to pay $700+ to do it? Join the Blazin IronKiwi Challenge presented by PRS Triathlon to promote awareness of TEAM CHM in raising critical funds to find a cure for Choroideremia and in support of Bike MS and their effort to find a cure for MS.

Participants have from June 1-June 30 to swim 2.4 miles, bike 112 miles and run 26.2 miles. The 30-day challenge enables participants to exercise at their own pace. Swimming can be done in an indoor pool or accessible lake/pond/ocean, and any stroke can be used to complete the required distance (e.g. crawl stroke, breast stroke, back stroke, or even doggy paddling). Biking portion can be completing outdoors or on an indoor stationary bike. The 26.2 miles can be run or walked using tracks, trails, roads or treadmills.

FUN FACT: Belgian triathlete Marino Vanhoenacker holds the world record for an Ironman Triathlon with a time of 7 hours, 45 minutes and 58 seconds. (Personal note: I SLEEP longer than that!)

Jacksonville Suns @ Baseball Grounds of Jacksonville
Jun 29 @ 3:05 pm
Jacksonville Suns @ Baseball Grounds of Jacksonville | Jacksonville | Florida | United States

Opponent: Tennessee Smokies

Promotion: Big Splash Day (Prepare to get wet!)

Fred’s All-Star Comedians @ Comedy Zone
Jun 29 @ 7:30 pm
Fred's All-Star Comedians @ Comedy Zone | Jacksonville | Florida | United States

Fred’s All-Star Comedians’ night features the best local comics from Northeast Florida. There’s a different line-up every week, but I’m not going to bother to list them every time because you’ve never heard of any of them anyway.

FUN FACT: The Comedy Zone’s menu includes seared salmon, bruschetta chicken and sirloin steak. And if you’re not that fancy, don’t worry: They have nachos and wings too.

Jun
30
Thu
Blazin’ IronKiwi Challenge
Jun 30 all-day
Blazin' IronKiwi Challenge

From runsignup.com

Ever wanted to do an Ironman but don’t want to pay $700+ to do it? Join the Blazin IronKiwi Challenge presented by PRS Triathlon to promote awareness of TEAM CHM in raising critical funds to find a cure for Choroideremia and in support of Bike MS and their effort to find a cure for MS.

Participants have from June 1-June 30 to swim 2.4 miles, bike 112 miles and run 26.2 miles. The 30-day challenge enables participants to exercise at their own pace. Swimming can be done in an indoor pool or accessible lake/pond/ocean, and any stroke can be used to complete the required distance (e.g. crawl stroke, breast stroke, back stroke, or even doggy paddling). Biking portion can be completing outdoors or on an indoor stationary bike. The 26.2 miles can be run or walked using tracks, trails, roads or treadmills.

FUN FACT: Belgian triathlete Marino Vanhoenacker holds the world record for an Ironman Triathlon with a time of 7 hours, 45 minutes and 58 seconds. (Personal note: I SLEEP longer than that!)

Jacksonville Suns @ Baseball Grounds of Jacksonville
Jun 30 @ 7:05 pm
Jacksonville Suns @ Baseball Grounds of Jacksonville | Jacksonville | Florida | United States

Opponent: Tennessee Smokies

Promotion: Maverick’s Live Thirsty Thursday and ‘merica Night!

Jul
1
Fri
Jacksonville Suns @ Baseball Grounds of Jacksonville
Jul 1 @ 7:05 pm
Jacksonville Suns @ Baseball Grounds of Jacksonville | Jacksonville | Florida | United States

Opponent: Tennessee Smokies

Promotion: APA Family Fireworks and Red Shirt Friday

Jul
2
Sat
Jacksonville Suns @ Baseball Grounds of Jacksonville
Jul 2 @ 6:05 pm
Jacksonville Suns @ Baseball Grounds of Jacksonville | Jacksonville | Florida | United States

Opponent: Tennessee Smokies

Promotion: Patriotic Bucket Hat Giveaway and Home Run for Life Night

Jul
3
Sun
Jacksonville Suns @ Baseball Grounds of Jacksonville
Jul 3 @ 6:05 pm
Jacksonville Suns @ Baseball Grounds of Jacksonville | Jacksonville | Florida | United States

Opponent: Tennessee Smokies

Promotion: Baptist Health Family Sunday, All-American Night, Independence Day Celebration and Post-game Fireworks