Friday night kicked off the Shrimp Festival with an amazing number of activities in a four hour evening. VIDEO
Monthly Archive: April 2011
FTC has brought new regulations for debt Settlement Company
While the rain looked like it might discourage parade attendees and participation, Shrimp Festival delivered a remarkable Parade.
Shrimp inspired cooking classes available at The Learning Community of North Florida.
Help raise money for the Rotary Club Amelia Island Sunrise’ Haiti Canaan Orphanage project.
Deb Cottle has had a busy month of Book Signings and Speaking Engagements with three final events during Shrimp Festival Weekend.
Scholarship Benefit Concert, May 12, 7:00 – 9:00 PM, at the new Amelia Community Theatre, 209 Cedar Street, in Fernandina Beach.
World renown, artists and instructors, Bill Maurer and Ken Wallin will be judging the art in this year’s Shrimp Festival.
One hundred and seventeen entries will make it the largest parade in the long history of the Shrimp Festival
When a quality brand like the Ritz Carlton puts its stamp of approval on farm-to-table dining, we may safely assume that a fad has turned into a trend.
Phil Scanlan updates the Rotary Club of Amelia Island Sunrise about 2010 Nassau County Quality of Life Results.
Announcing parking lot and street closures for Isle of Eight Flags Shrimp Festival.
Buying gold in the amount of $1 billion at the University of Texas is one thing, taking physical delivery is a sign on the wall.
Twenty-seven contestant have been in rehearsals all during April for the Miss Shrimp Festival 2011 Scholarship Pageant.
“A Concert with a Cause” series featuring the wonderful, rollicking music of Claude Bolling.