Monthly Archive: October 2010
For residents of Amelia Island, Florida the second Sunday of March and the first Sunday of November are when our time changes.
Community Events, Events, Opinion
Military Discount – Enjoy 10% – 20% off of ALL regular and clearance priced items at your local Fernandina Beach Kmart
The Public, Educational and Government (PEG) Committee has a regularly schedule meeting at 3:00 PM on Wednesday, November 3rd
Lots of music, football, street parties, halloween madness and candy. That’s not a bad way to describe a weekend on Amelia Island.
Community Events, Music, News, Sports
Here is the agenda for Fernandina’s elected officials to conduct their meeting of the city’s affairs on Tuesday, Election Day.
Just the idea that food art will be eaten or discarded of makes me wonder about the function of ‘real’ art in society. My mom always said: Don’t play with your food”. Maybe she was wrong.
Entertainment, Humor, videos
Last Tuesday the world got one step closer to real battery driven automotive solutions, when 375 miles came out of one 6 minute charge.
Blogs, Feature, News, Technology
It is Georgia- Florida football weekend here on Amelia Island and the town is a buzz with football activity and partying!
Two comedians took the stage for A Night of Laughter to benefit members of the community with immediate rescue needs.
Charity Events, Community Events
Are you looking for carpet, blinds, shades or shutters? Rowland’s Upholstery Plus offers the best on the market.
Business News, Shopping
You are invited to a Chocolate Martini Party tonight at Peterbrooke Chocolatiers in the Publix Shopping Center on Sadler Road.
A Ceremony of Carols at Amelia Plantation Chapel performed by the Island Chamber Singers in November.
Great entertainment and a fundraiser for the Blues Festival this afternoon 2 to 5 in Pocket Park Fernandina Beach
Charity Events, Entertainment, News
Florida State publishes a survey that shows conclusive trend towards family and friends in current economic downturn
The value of fiat money depends technically on the perceived strength of the issuing country’s economy as it is dictated by its government.
Blogs, Money and finance