Monthly Archive: April 2012
I just hope these candidates know what they have signed up for, otherwise, I can only offer this advice, “Run, Forrest, Run!”
Government, In the News
A Savory Taste From a Savory Place is a fundraiser for Micah’s Place with tasty recipes and interesting “chefs”.
Activities, Charity Events, Recipes
Notice of street and parking lot closures for the 49th Annual Isle of Eight Flags Shrimp Festival
In the News, Isle of Eight Flags Shrimp Festival
The first turtle nest of the season was spotted this morning in front of the Ritz Carlton Amelia Island.
History, Island Info, Wildlife
The commissioner meeting will begin at 6:00 PM, at City Hall on Ash Street in historic Fernandina Beach, Florida.
Step out of the dining room and into the kitchen with a new series of interactive cooking schools at Salt.
These pavers, engraved with your name or the name of a loved one, are now available for purchase at COA.
Beyond intelligence, loyalty, kindness, respect, discipline, pride, passion, compassion and integrity lies…
Blogs, Feature, Inspirational
One thing Florida is not short on is water. There are plenty of beaches to enjoy on Amelia Island.
Why Amelia Island
Memorial Day Golf Tournament features Field of Honor signs to honor friends and family members who have served in the Armed Forces.
Charity Events, Golf and Tennis, Service Clubs
Here is your chance to view 2 french Navy Schooners arriving on Amelia Island in celebration of Jean Ribault settling here 450 years ago.
Activities, History, Mariners Corner, Nautical and Marinas, News, Petanque
Tomorrow the House of Representatives will open a debate on the Cyber Intelligence Sharing and Protection Act.
In the News, Technology
The program starts with a one hour illustrated overview of Cuba presented by Peter Johnson, a retired State Department Official.
The Bounty sails the country offering dockside tours on the history of sailing vessels from a lost period in maritime history.
Community Events, Marine Event, St. Augustine
To make mosquito repellent, first you have to extract oil from the mint. Oil is extracted from both leaves and stems.