904 Day Jacksonville Florida

Celebrate 904 Day in Jacksonville

If you love Jacksonville like we do, then every September 4th (9/04) you probably get the same excitement as us, as we celebrate 904 day in Jacksonville. We’ve got a few suggestions for how you can celebrate this special day in Jacksonville.

Visit a Public Space in Jacksonville

Did you know Jacksonville is home to the largest urban park system in the nation. We have more than 80,000 acres of parks, including 3 National Parks, 7 Florida State Parks and more than 400 City of Jacksonville Parks. Don’t forget one of our favorites, the Jacksonville Arboretum

Create a 904 Day Bucket List

With so many great local attractions, restaurants, and playgrounds, putting together a list of your favorites is easy. If you still need some help, be sure to check out our ABCs of Jacksonville for some inspiration on favorite spots for families.

Shop at a Local Business

One of the things we love about Jacksonville is the abundant locally owned businesses. Shopping local not only puts money back into our community, it helps support our neighbors and friends here in Jacksonville. Not sure where to start? Scroll through one of our locally sourced Jacksonville gift guides for inspiration.

Pledge 90 Minutes or Donate to a Local Non-Profit

If you don’t have 90 minutes to give, consider learning more about local non-profits in your area and donate or even coordinate a donation drive for them. There are several non-profits in the Jacksonville Beach area that we support, as well as the Diaper Bank for Northeast Florida.

Support a Local Coffee Shop on 904 Day

Nothing tastes better than coffee from your favorite local coffee shop. There are tons to choose from, and many of our favorite coffee shops in Jacksonville Beach offer specialty drinks that are found nowhere else. On 904 day, make plans to visit a new-to-you local spot, you may just discover your new favorite coffee shop.

Thank you Wingard Marketing for these amazing graphics and ideas to help us celebrate 904 day on the First Coast.

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