Reminiscent of Charles Dickens’ early Victorian era this event will transform historic Centre Street in Fernandina Beach into a 19th century Christmas village.
You will find carving pumpkins for your Jack-o-Lanterns, the small pie pumpkins that are perfect for baking, and the pumpkins and gourds used mostly in decorating.
Dresser’s hilarious story about his New York stage debut at Lincoln Center edged out competing tales from Diana Herman, John Drew, Neil Frink and Dickie Anderson.
Individual tickets for Shnit and DoctoberFest screenings are $7.50; a film fan pass is $40, good for a total of six screening sessions.
White Hawk, Olive My Pickle, Lizzie’s Cheese Straws, and Something Good are just some of the semi-monthly vendors you will find at the Market Place on August 15th
The Amelia Island Museum of History presents: “Dark Places of the Earth: The Voyage of the Slave Ship Antelope” on June 19th at 6:00 pm.
Located under the majestic oak trees on North Seventh Street, the farmers’ market is a perfect place to stretch your legs on a comfortable Saturday morning in June.
Potential candidates can be seasoned builders, skilled DIY-ers, or just starting out in the industry, but all must be vivacious, relatable, and comfortable on-camera!
There will be five bands performing at Relay For Life on March 21st, this Saturday at Main Beach, in Fernandina.
Luminaria bags used during Relay For Life will be weighed down by cans of food from our Food Drive; after Relay the cans will be donated to Micah’s Place.
Rendezvous app allows users from around the world to watch live streaming video, stream movies, hear music and give real-time feedback.
Among the fun at Relay For Life enjoy a free concert with five bands including Cumberland Sound, Laid Back Band, Hambone Stumps, Jennifer Burns, and Jimmy Beats.
Crab cakes from Lulu’s; salmon patties, filets and scallops from All About U.S. Salmon, and tasty pink shrimp from Chesser Seafood are just a few farmers market finds.
Looking for something to do on Amelia Island? We have car shows, Shrimp Festival, Relay for Life, Rendezvous Festival and much, much more…
We all know someone whose life has been touched by cancer. This year SearchAmelia.com is fighting cancer through Relay For Life Fernandina Beach/Yulee.