NEW YEAR’s EVE – 5th Annual SHRIMP DROP & FIREWORKS (5 – 8 PM) in Fernandina’s downtown historic district at the waterfront. Family-friendly community event with activities (kids’ zone, live music, laser show, food and vendors).
Lighted shrimp is dropped at 7 PM, followed by fireworks over the river.
Offering reserved seating with bottle service, DJ Sparkle, a toast at midnight and everything else you’ve come to know and love about The Decantery. Seating will be limited so you can truly celebrate with your friends and family. Please call 904-290-2125 or email Lauren@theaihg.com to select your table and pick your first bottle – minimal bar seating will be available on a walk-in basis, so reserve your table today!
Locals Cocktail Lounge New Years Eve Bash
Turn back the clock 100 years to a time filled with dimly lit speakeasies & gin cocktails. Wear your best 20’s-style attire and dance the night away with DJ E Nice. Photo booth from 10:00pm-1:00am and Indulge Food Truck from 10:00pm-2:00am.
Starting at 9pm, Locals welcomes revelers with live music on the patio, a DJ inside, and more. Call Call (904) 775-5943 for information and table reservations.
Bring the curtain down on 2019 in classic Ritz-Carlton style. Enjoy open bar, lavish buffet, dancing, live music and an elaborate fireworks display with midnight Champagne. Black & White attire is encouraged. Masks are provided or you can bring your own. Reservations required. $275 per adult for the Gala, accommodations packages including the event start at $723.
4750 Amelia Island Parkway
Amelia Island, Florida 32034
Cummer Amelia is pleased to announce it will host the very popular and well-attended lecture series,An Afternoon of Art, on the first Tuesdays of January, February and March, 2 to 3 p.m.,at Story & Song Bookstore Bistro, 1430 Park Avenue, in Fernandina Beach. This three-part series will be presented by Dr. Debra Murphy, Professor of Art History at the University of North Florida. She has been the inaugural chair of the Department of Art and Design since 2004.
January 7 – Masterpieces of Art from the Tumultuous Nineteenth Century: From Rococo to Neoclassicism
February 4 – Masterpieces of Art from the Tumultuous Nineteenth Century: Romanticism, Realism and the Beginnings of Modern Art
March 3 – Masterpieces of Art from the Tumultuous Nineteenth Century: Impressionism and the French Academy
Lectures are free of charge to members of Cummer Amelia. There will be a charge of $10 per lecture or $25 for the series of three for non-members. Registration is required at cummermuseum.org/Amelia.For further informatio nor to register, please contact Brittany Nazario at firstname.lastname@example.org or 904.899.6007.
Brown Bag Lunch January 2020
“Women Air Service Pilots in World War Two” with Julia Nowlin
The Amelia Island Museum of History invites you to a special Brown Bag Lunch program presented by Julia Nowlin about the women who have served our nation during the Second World War. Attendance is free and open to the public. Seating is first-come, first-served and is wheelchair accessible. Please bring your own lunch as lunch will not be provided. For more information, contact Joshua at 904-261-7378 x 102 or at Joshua@AmeliaMuseum.org
This program will be Wednesday, January 8th, at noon, at the Amelia Island Museum of History located at 233 South 3rd Street in Fernandina Beach, Florida.
Guns & Hoses is a softball tournament between Fernandina Beach Fire Department, Fernandina Beach Police Department, Nassau County Fire-Rescue, and Nassau County Sheriff’s Office, featuring food trucks, emergency vehicles, bounce houses, TraumaOne helicopter landing, Sparky the Fire Dog & Darren the Lion, to benefit various charitable causes.