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The newest addition to the growing number of specially designed historical information markers was unveiled on Wednesday during a brief ceremony at the St. Augustine/St. Johns County Visitors Information Center (The VIC). The marker, located on the west side of The VIC, 10 S. Castillo Drive, offers details on the construction of the facility.
Vice Mayor Nancy Sikes-Kline offered remarks at the ceremony and was assisted in the unveliing by Caroline Craig and Kay David, both informational hosts at The VIC with more than 35 years combined service to visitors.
The marker offers a brief history of The VIC, a project of the Federal Emergency Relief Administration, which opened on February 14, 1935 and "featured a main hall with a seating capacity of 500, a 36' stage with green velvet curtains and lounge rooms furnished with bridge tables and leather padded chairs.
The marker's two photographs are of the building's architect, Frederick A. Henderich, and of the facility when it was newly constructed. The VIC was originally part of a recreational complex that included shuffle board, tennis and croquet courts, and areas for baseball and football on the grounds surrounding the building.
The facility underwent extensive renovations in the fall of 2012 and now in addition to welcoming visitors to St. Augustine also hosts a variety of historic and cultural exhibits, including its current program, Picasso: Art and Arena.
In addition to the new marker at The VIC, there are 11 others in the series located at: