“Lassoing the Sun” with Times-Union columnist Mark Woods
The title of Mark Woods’s new book comes from an ancient Hawaiian legend about Maui trying to slow down the passing of time by lassoing the sun. You’ll hear Mark talk about why that was important to him as he planned to spend a year visiting some of American’s most spectacular National Parks. Not only is the book about the parks, it’s about family, the legacies we inherit, and the ones we leave behind.
Check out Fort Clinch for an evening under the stars as we salute our armed forces. Watch a timeline review with Soldiers and weapons from 1776 to today. Program features period music and weapons demonstrations.
Admission is a canned food item for Barnabas Food Pantry.
Bring blankets and chairs and meet us on the fort parade ground for an exciting evening!
For more information contact the Ranger Station at 904-277-7274
Fort Clinch State Park
2601 Atlantic Avenue
Sunset – Kayaking – Cumberland Island! A fun way to burn off the extra calories consumed the day before. Be on the water at Sunset and Kayak Cumberland Island National Seashore – a wonderful mix of maritime forests, miles of sand dunes, and rich history.
Discover Cumberland via kayak. Not just a water’s view, but spend time on the Island too – shelling and enjoying the coastal atmosphere with sandbars and tidal pools. An experience – #1 Guest Rated local company. Don’t settle for a speed tour. Complimentary digital photo memory album included. Call at 904-557-5307 for reservations, and we are happy to answer any questions you may have in planning your kayak adventure.
*Reservations required. We look forward to kayaking with you. ~ The Bullington Family https://www.ameliaislandkayak.com/our-destination/cumberland-island/