Monthly Archive: September 2010
Let’s Dance is an open dance and fundraiser for the Ballroom Youth Academy that will be held on Friday, September 24.
Art, Charity Events
All of the past Olympic Champions had claimed Colorado Springs as home during their tenure as a “resident athlete.”
Here is a little bit of Sunday humor for you. The original author is unknown.
Townies Pizzeria and Deli is as much about lifestyle as it is creating fabulous recipes for their pizzas, subs, wings and dogs.
Business News, Dining
A local teenage edutainment initiative is taking on global proportions. Insearchofmecafe.com shows teenagers from around the nation and the world how to address life’s issues.
Education, Interesting Locals
Week two of college football is over and we learned a little this week. Here is week three sponsored by Halftime Sports Bar and Grill.
Paleo is a style of eating and meal preparation that is based on the foods our ancestors ate before bleached and enriched grains.
Sounds On Centre plays a vital role in Fernandina Beach through music and song while promoting our city and local businesses.
The 2010 American Cancer Society’s Relay for Life Fundraiser for Fernandina Beach and Yulee teams begins October 2nd.
Cold Stone Creameries nationwide are making everyone’s wish come true with free ice cream on September 30th!
Cap’n Slappy and Ol’ Chum Bucket claimed the 19th day, of the ninth month, be declared as a day of international pirate celebration.
The Pipeline Surf Shop has three of their Pipeline Team Riders heading to Cape Hatteras to surf the Easterns Grand Finals.
This is a short, free concert presented by 5 members of the Jacksonville Symphony Orchestra, playing an assortment of music for strings.
September 19, kids aged 4 to 13 will be able to experience the thrill of a triathlon right here in Fernandina Beach at the local YMCA.
Learn real money saving techniques from Jenny Martin: entrepreneur, mother of three and expert deal seeker for her blog, Southernsavers.com.