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Baptist Nassau Presents the Shrimp Festival

The Isle of Eight Flags Shrimp Festival Committee is pleased to announce that Baptist Medical Center-Nassau is the “Presenting Sponsor” of the 54th annual festival being held May 5 -7, 2017, in historic, downtown Fernandina Beach. “This opportunity is a natural partnership between the area’s only community hospital and the largest, longest running special event in our area”, said Baptist-Nassau’s President Ed Hubel, “sponsoring the festival is a natural extension of our commitment to our local communities.”

Baptist Medical Center Nassau is a highly advanced, extremely well-equipped community hospital on Amelia Island that provides a full spectrum of inpatient and outpatient services and 24-hour emergency care to coastal communities in Northeast Florida and Southeast Georgia. The medical staff includes highly trained physicians in 24 different specialties who practice locally, and as part of the Baptist Health System. Baptist Nassau has access to many additional specialized physicians, services, and resources when needed.

The Isle of Eight Flags Shrimp Festival kicks-off Thursday, May 4th, with a 6:00 p.m. Pirate Parade in downtown Fernandina. The festival officially opens Friday afternoon with a dedicated Kids’ Fun Zone at Central Park, and plenty of riverfront activities. The festival continues Saturday and Sunday with nearly 400 vendors displaying fine arts and crafts, antiques, and of course there will be lots of shrimp! You can expect contests, pageants, Pirates, and an incredible line-up of entertainment including an emotional Wreath Ceremony.

Located in the heart of the waterfront during the Shrimp Festival, Baptist-Nassau will be in attendance to showcase their services and staff. You are encouraged to stop by their booth where they will be sharing information and answering questions about quality health care available in our communities.

Consistently rated by “Sunshine Artist Magazine” in the top 100 North America best events, visit ShrimpFestival.com for more information.

Challenge Butter Demos and Giveaways at Shrimp Fest

(Press release) – Award-winning Challenge Butter is buttering up Floridians by donating more than 100 pounds of its fresh sweet cream butter to all of the food vendors cooking up local shrimp for the Isle of Eight Flags Shrimp Festival attendees. It’s also providing free samples from Chef Ryan Robinson of Brett’s Waterway Cafe, and free coupons.

Festivalgoers can enjoy watching Chef Ryan Robinson prepare and sample dishes made with Challenge Butter and Challenge Cream Cheese on-site at the Challenge Butter Kitchen, located on the lawn at the foot of Centre Street. Demos will be taking place on the hour beginning at 11 a.m. and ending at 3 p.m. on both Saturday and Sunday.

The Challenge Butter booth is also fun place to stop for a chance to spin and win coupons, squishy cows and more.
New to Florida, Challenge is the leading butter brand in the West and has won accolades from the World Dairy Awards, Saveur Magazine and San Francisco Chronicle. Its butter and cream cheese are made from 100% real cream from its 450 family owned dairies.

A stickler for quality, Challenge products are free of growth hormones, artificial preservatives, dyes and fillers. And, its products are so fresh, they are ready for the grocer within 48 hours of the cows being milked. Look for them in the dairy case at Winn-Dixie and Wal-Mart. It’s the butter with the elk on the package.

The Isle of Eight Flags Shrimp Festival is May 5 – 7, with a Pirate Parade kick-off on May 4th at 6:00 p.m. in historic, downtown Fernandina Beach. Enjoy a Kids Fun Zone, live musical entertainment, contests, food booths and more. On Saturday and Sunday there will be over 450 arts, crafts, antiques, and collectible booths. For more information, please visit www.ShrimpFestival.com.

ABOUT CHALLENGE BUTTER
Award-winning Challenge Butter began more than one hundred years ago. Today, it is the largest butter brand in the West and is available nationwide. Its portfolio of products includes Salted and Unsalted Challenge Butter, Whipped Challenge Butter and Salted and Unsalted European Style Butter. Its line of spreadable butters includes Italian Herb & Garlic, Cracked Pepper & Sea Salt, Challenge Lite Spreadable Butter with Olive Oil, a Challenge Spreadable Butter Flavored with Olive Oil, Challenge Spreadable Butter with Canola Oil and Challenge Lactose-Free Spreadable Butter. It recently introduced six cream cheese products including regular Challenge Cream Cheese, Challenge Spreadable Cream Cheese, Challenge Whipped Cream Cheese, Challenge Neufchatel Cheese, Challenge Salsa Flavored Cream Cheese and Challenge Strawberry Flavored Cream Cheese. Challenge has not only been a pioneer in the quality in butter products, but is also responsible for many industry firsts including invention of the first aluminum butter churn, lab sampling of butter and shipping butter in paper rather than wooden crates. Visit Challenge on Facebook at www.Facebook.com/ChallengeButter or at www.ChallengeDairy.com.

2017 Shrimp Festival Lot and Street Closures

Wondering how to get around downtown Fernandina Beach during the Isle of Eight Flags Shrimp Festival? Well, in certain areas you just can’t! Here are the scheduled street and parking lot closures for the 2017 Festival:

It takes a lot of time to set up a festival with nearly 400 arts, crafts, and antiques booths, food booths, sponsor tents, and other special exhibits so Lots A and B, at the waterfront, will be closed at 12:01 a.m. Thursday morning, May 4th, until noon, Monday, May 8, 2017.

The Festival kicks-off officially Thursday afternoon, on May 4th with a Pirate Parade that starts promptly at 6:00 p.m. so expect road closures on Ash and Centre Streets, from 11th to Second Streets, during the parade.

Immediately following the parade there will be a special Sounds on Centre street dance and live, free concert featuring Skip Towne and the Bounty Hunters. Centre Street, from Front to Second Streets will be closed until Sounds on Centre ends at approximately 9:30 p.m.

Lots C and D, along the river front, will be closed from 12:01 a.m on Friday, until Sunday, May 7th at 6:00 p.m.; some spaces in these lots will be available for parking by permit or payment only.

Noon Friday will see the closing of Centre Street at Second Street, to the waterfront, except for local traffic. At 4:00 p.m. Centre Street will close at Eighth Street, except for local traffic, and at 5:00 p.m. Centre Street and all streets one block north and one block south of Centre Street, from Seventh Street to the waterfront, will be closed to all traffic.

Roads and parking lots will remain closed until 6:00 p.m. on Sunday, May 7, 2017.

For more information, please visit ShrimpFestival.com.

2017 Shrimp Festival Pirate Parade is May 4th

Historic Fernandina Beach is home to one of the region’s largest hometown parades. This year’s theme is the Ultimate Shrimp Experience. The parade will begin promptly at 6 :00 p.m., Thursday, May 4, 2017, and with spectators lined up three and four people deep for over 16 blocks, there is no better way – for the money – to get in front of a crowd this large and local businesses have signed up! There are almost 100 entries in this parade!!!

There will be decorative floats, walking groups, marching bands, exotic and antique vehicles, and much more. This year’s grand marshal is Jeff “Trapper” Parish.

Parade categories include Non-profit, Commercial, Walking Unit, Band or Performing  Unit, Civic Group, Judges Choice, and Special Effects. Awards will be presented on the River Front Stage on Friday, May 5ht. All entries are required to commemorate the shrimping industry  by adhering to the Pirate Parade Theme and the parade may not be used as a public forum to air personal opinions, grievances, or to protest any issue. 

The Isle of Eight Flags Shrimp Festival is a delicious Northeast Florida tradition being held May 5 – 7, 2017, and is presented by Baptist Medical Center-Nassau. The event kicks-off Thursday, May 4th, with a 6:00 p.m. Pirate Parade in downtown Fernandina Beach. The festival officially opens Friday afternoon with the Geico Kids’ Fun Zone, food booths, a pageant, live music, fireworks, a pirate invasion, river front entertainment, and more. The festival continues Saturday and Sunday with two stages, nearly 400 vendors displaying fine arts, crafts, and antiques. There will be contests, children’s activities, and food booths with lots of shrimp!

Miss Shrimp Festival Scholarship Pageant Seeking Contestants

It is time for the Annual Isle of Eight Flags Shrimp Festival’s Scholarship Pageant. Sponsored by The Hampton Inn & Suites, Amelia Island, the pageant is open to high school level juniors and seniors, currently attending public, private, alternative and home schools. Continue reading

Isle of Eight Flags Shrimp Festival Announces Baptist Medical Center-Nassau as Presenting Sponsor

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John Scherer, Sponsorship Director, 2017 Isle of Eight Flags Shrimp Festival
Ed Hubel, President-Baptist Medical Center-Nassau
Warren Harrison, Chairman, 2017 Isle of Eight Flags Shrimp Festival

AMELIA ISLAND, FL – The Isle of Eight Flags Shrimp Festival Committee is pleased to announce that Baptist Medical Center-Nassau is the “Presenting Sponsor” of the 54th annual festival being held May 5 -7, 2017, in historic, downtown Fernandina Beach. Continue reading

Shrimp Festival 2016 Slide Show

If you missed the 2016 Isle of Eight Flags Shrimp Festival, or just want to relive some of the wonderful moments, check out this fantastic slide show by Peggy and Helmut Albrecht.

Wondering the festival from the Pirate Parade on Thursday, through the final performance of the Swingin’ Medallions on the Riverfront Stage late Sunday afternoon, the Albrechts were snapping pictures of people, art, animals, food, entertainers, shrimp boats and just about everything else you will find in Fernandina Beach on the first weekend in May each and every year.

Here is the show… enjoy!

Isle of Eight Flags Shrimp Festival from Slices of Life Photostudio on Vimeo.

2016 Shrimp Festival Pirate Parade Winners

2016 Shrimp Festival Pirate Parade Winners(Click to enlarge image)

Here are the winners for the 2016 Isle of Eight Flags Shrimp Festival’s Pirate Parade:

Grand Marshal – Captain Speedy

Commercial or Commercially Sponsored Non-Profit
3rd Place – #103 – Quality Health Care of Fernandina
2nd Place – #62 – Amelia Island Kayak Excursions
1st Place – #38 – Amelia Gentle Dentistry

Non-Profit or Civic Organization
3rd Place – #36 – Newcomers Club
2nd Place – #21 – St. Mary`s Pirates Club
1st Place – #49 – Down Syndrome Association of Jacksonville

Walking Group
3rd Place – #45 – Nassau County Special Olympics
2nd Place – #17 – Miss Kate`s Pre K
1st Place – #27 – Bean`s School of Dance

Band or Performing Unit
3rd Place – #111 – Yulee Marching Band
2nd Place – #57 – Fernandina Mighty Pirates High School Marching Band
1st Place – #30 – The Hillard Flashes Marching Band

Vintage/Unique Vehicle
3rd Place – #110 – The Shriners
2nd Place – #50 – Wells Fargo
1st Place – # 94 – Isle of Eight Flags Jeep Club

Special Effects – Fernandina Pirates Club, Inc.

2016 Isle of Eight Flags Shrimp Festival Contest Winners

 2016 Isle of Eight Flags Shrimp Festival Contest WinnersDo you want to know who won the contests during the 2016 Isle of Eight Flags Shrimp Festival?

Here are this year’s winners:

Miss Shrimp Festival Scholarship Pageant

Sponsored by the Historic Harbor Front Hampton Inn & Suites
Miss Shrimp Festival: Jade Beasley
1st Runner up: Kate Walker
2nd Runner up: Ellie Crews
Miss Congeniality: Rachel Sheppard

Ice Cream Eating Contest

Sponsored by Cold Stone Creamery
18 years and over
1st Place: Dillan Clements
2nd Place: Alex Vrancic

12 to 17 year-olds
1st Place: Mac Batton
2nd Place: Siara Lockwood

6 to 11 year-olds:
1st Place: Adrian Duncan
2nd Place: Coral Trotter

Pirates in Training (5 and under)

Sponsored by Mason’s Refrigeration and Air Conditioning, Inc.
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1st Place: Miley Barnes
2nd Place: Rileigh Pickles
3rd Place: Madison Nettles
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Boys
1st Place: Jack Wilson
2nd Place: Daxley Turner
3rd Place: Camden Hart

Little Pirates (six years and over)

Sponsored by Mason’s Refrigeration and Air Conditioning, Inc.
Girls
1st Place: Kate Martin
2nd Place: Autumn Grasham
3rd Place: Lydia Gass

Boys
1st Place: William Reschke
2nd Place: Ethan Watts
3rd Place: River Plungis

Best Adult Pirate Costume Contest

Sponsored by SearchAmelia.com
adultpirate-winners-20161st Place:Hunter Tomlin
2nd Place: Mike Foley
3rd Place: Thea Seagraves

Topsy Smith Memorial Beard Contest

Sponsored by the Marina Restaurant
1st Place: Ed Kilmer
2nd Place: Joe Craft
3rd Place: Al Johnston

Best Decorated Shrimp Boat Contest

6th Place: Ricky Brown, Beau Rivage
5th Place: Carl Canova, Ashlee Michelle
4th Place: Speedy Tortensen, Miss Alena
3rd Place: Maynor Solarzona, Michaela Dawn
2nd Place: Gerald Miller, Forgiven
1st Place: Barry Woods, Island Girl

Swim in Challenge Butter at this year’s Isle of Eight Flags Shrimp Festival

Swim in Challenge Butter at this year’s Isle of Eight Flags Shrimp FestivalAs demand grows for real foods made with quality ingredients, it is no wonder that 100% real Challenge Butter is the largest selling brand in the West, and is moving east at a rapid pace. With more than 450 family owned dairies, the company understands dairy farming as a way of life, and in Fernandina Beach, shrimping is a way of life.

Challenge Butter is hoping to butter us up April 29th, 30th, and May 1st when they provide 500 pounds of butter for use during the Isle of Eight Flags Shrimp Festival. That is enough butter to fill up THREE Olympic size swimming pools! Free of growth hormones, Challenge Butter is now available at Walmart, Harris Teeter, and Winn Dixie grocery stores.

Here is their recipe for Spicy Honey Butter Shrimp. This recipe is quick and easy and rivals even the best Chinese take-out. Ready in less than 15 minutes, this may be the perfect recipe to entertain your guests over the Isle of Eight Flags Shrimp Festival weekend.

Ingredients:
½ cup (1 Stick) Challenge Butter
1 Tablespoon grated, fresh ginger
3 Clovers garlic, finely chopped
1½ pounds large, raw, peeled, wild caught shrimp
1 Teaspoon Hibachi Seasoning (or salt and pepper to taste)
¼ Cup of honey
¾ Teaspoon red pepper flakes
2 Tablespoons minced, fresh chives

Directions:
1. Heat a wok or large skillet over medium-high heat. Melt butter until sizzling then add ginger and garlic, stirring with a wooden spoon until the garlic is softened and the ginger is aromatic.
2. Toss shrimp, hibachi seasoning (available in the Asian section of most grocery stores), honey, and red pepper flakes into butter and cook just until the shrimp begins to turn pink all the way through.
3. Remove shrimp with a slotted spoon, transfer to a serving platter.
4. With a wooden spoon, quickly stir the honey butter mixture remaining in the pan until bubbling. This will caramelize it slightly. Drizzle thickened honey butter mixture over shrimp.
5. Garnish with fresh chives. Serve immediately and enjoy!

Challenge butter products are gluten free, and Kosher approved and certified. For more information, please visit challengedairy.com.

Who Designed the 2016 Shrimp Festival T-Shirt?

Who Designed the 2016 Shrimp Festival T-Shirt?Mike Barnard is the artist who designed the 2016 T-shirt artwork for the 53rd Annual Isle of Eight Flags Shrimp Festival. From his earliest years, Mike knew exactly what he wanted to be when he grew up… Luke Skywalker. With an early passion for paint and drawing, his parents put him into art classes early and he kept at it though college earning a degree in illustration in 1998 from the Columbus College of Art & Design, in Ohio. After mundane jobs in the corporate world of design and layout, he took a leap of faith and moved to Florida landing a career as art director with one of the biggest and best screen printing companies in the country.

Mike is an award winning artist from Ormond Beach, Florida, and he runs a booming freelance illustration company called Sunburn Designs. He specializes in custom artwork for rock bands, celebrities, large scale events, restaurants, and even the small business owner. He has done work for Topps, Disney, and a number of commissioned pieces for private collections. If you have ever purchased a T-shirt from a Florida restaurant, or at Bike Week, you too, may own a piece of his art. Mike also designed the artwork for the 2014 Isle of Eight Flags Shrimp Festival.

Married to the love of his life, Lori, they have a daughter named Alora who will be eight this year.
The call for submissions for the official Shrimp Festival T-shirt design is announced each fall, and the winning artwork will be used on apparel, tote bags, Tervis Tumblers, and marketing and advertising pieces. The artwork must be original and other parameters are set such as the dates, the use of the eight flags, and the proper festival name and location, such as “Fernandina Beach, Florida”.

Designs are selected based on originality, theme, use of color, overall appearance, and commercial viability. For more information on the 2017 design, please keep an eye on ShrimpFestival.com.
For more information about Mike, or his artwork, please visit SunburnDesigns.com.

Contests Galore at Isle of Eight Flags Shrimp Festival

jason-poppy-trophyThe Isle of Eight Flags Shrimp Festival offers a wide variety of entertainment and activities, but they also offer a handful of specialty contests and participating in one of them may be idea for someone you know. Marie Cumberland is the Shrimp Festival’s Contest Director and she has been working hard preparing for all of these fun contests.

On Saturday, April 29, 2016, there are two Pirate Costume Contests for those under 18 years of age held in the Kid’s Fun Zone on Atlantic Avenue in Fernandina Beach. While Singer Songwriter Ray Stevens may dress up his tots in “silver buckled slippers” and tight, shiny pants, you would do well to adorn the little one in your life with an eyepatch, a hook, a sword and a parrot. Dress up the youngsters and bring them to the stage in the Kid’s Fun Zone. Sponsored by Mason’s Refrigeration and Air Conditioning, Inc., registration begins at 9:00 a.m., and the contests start at 10:00. Depending on the age of the entrant, little contestants will enter either the Pirates in Training Contest (ages 5 and under) or the Little Pirates Contest (ages 6 and up).

Do you know someone with an irresistibly, touchable beard? The Marina Restaurant is sponsoring the 49th Annual Topsy Smith Memorial Beard Contest. Bring your full beard, goatee, chin strips, balbo, soul patch, chin curtain, or any other style of beard to the Riverfront Stage on Saturday, registration begins at 11:30, with the contest scheduled for 12:30 p.m. Marie will find volunteers from the audience to touch, caress, and pet beads of the contestants and together they will declare a winner.

At 1:30 p.m. it is time for the adults to compete in the resurrected, Best Dressed Pirate Contest. Back by popular demand, and sponsored by SearchAmelia.com., this G-Rated event invites those willing to show off their finest attire from the corsair’s closet. Buccaneer’s boots, a raider’s rapier, and marauder’s medieval mainstays are all acceptable accessories in the Best Dressed Pirate Contest. Prizes are cold hard cash! The winner takes home $100.00, 2nd place is awarded $50.00, and the third place winner walks away with $25.00. Marie will begin accepting registrations at 12:30 p.m. at the Riverfront Stage.

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ice-cream-eating-contestSunday, May 1, 2016, offers the Annual Ice Cream Eating Contest, sponsored by Amelia Island’s Cold Stone Creamery. Divided into three age categories, 12 and under, and 13 to 17 year olds, try to be the first one in their age group to finish a Mine size container, which is 16 ounces of ice cream. Those competing in the 18 year old and above category will have to polish off a 32 ounce tub or Ours sized ice cream. This fun-to-watch contest could have you eating large amounts of ice cream with a miniature sized spoon made for sampling the ice cream. You’ll get messy, you’ll get full, and you’ll likely get a brain freeze! Five mystery flavors are layered in the contestant’s cups, and in the past have included cotton candy, mint, sweet cream, or even coffee, but one thing is for certain… the top layer will be a tasty frozen layer of shrimp flavored ice cream. This contest will be held at the Riverfront Stage at 3:30 p.m. and Marie will begin accepting registrations at 2:30.

Whether you plan to enter, or just plan to watch, the contests at the Isle of Eight Flags Shrimp Festival are entertaining indeed.

The Shrimp Festival is held in historic, Fernandina Beach April 29 – May 1, 2016. There will be food booths, a dedicated and newly expanded Kid’s Fun Zone, nearly 400 booths of arts, crafts, and antiques, fireworks, Pirates, Best Decorated Shrimp Boat Parade, and live musical entertainment featuring a Chicago Blues Night on Friday and a free Gin Blossoms concert on Saturday.
Admission is free. For more information, please visit ShrimpFestival.com.

Shrimp Festival’s Family Appreciation Night

Shrimp Festival's Family Appreciation NightThis year, the 53rd Annual Isle of Eight Flags Shrimp Festival is offering a Family Appreciation Night in the Kids’ Fun Zone. On Friday, April 29, 2016, the youngsters in your life can get unlimited rides with the purchase of a $20.00 wristband. If this sounds like too much fun, you will still be able to purchase individual ride tickets. The wristband is good from 6:00 p.m. until 10:00 p.m. and includes the following amusements: a kid sized Ferris Wheel, Wipe Out, a Stunt Jump, a Rock Wall, a Bungee Jump, Orbitron, the Giant Slide, Jurassic Adventure, Ocean Adventure, and Pony Rides.

Enjoy free, interactive shows all evening with Rick Hubbard and his Kazoobie Band, and JuggleSTUFF with Ben Mathews. Rick Hubbard has been providing positive family entertainment for over ten years and audience involvement is key to this delightful entertainer. Whether he is performing on guitar, banjo, steel drum, or another instrument, his act features, “Kids Appearing on Stage” or “KAOS” as Rick calls it. Ben Mathews JuggleSTUFF offers a unique experience for kids of all ages to take a chance and learn to juggle with cool toys. During the show Ben will break out knives, or perhaps flaming torches giving a fabulous performance while reminding us all, “Don’t try this at home.”
The expanded Kids’ Fun Zone is located at Central Park, on Atlantic Avenue in Fernandina Beach, just steps away from the historic district. Park and Ride shuttles will be available Friday evening at Fernandina Beach High School located at 435 Citrona Drive.

In addition to the rides, amusements, and shows by Rick and Ben, Saturday, April 30th the Kids’ Fun Zone also offers the Little Pirates Contest (ages six and up) and the Pirates in Training Contest (under five years) beginning at 10:00 a.m. There will be a presentation by the dancers of Bean’s School of Dance at 11:00, and at 3:30 you can “Learn to be a Pirate” with members of the Fernandina Pirates Club.

On Sunday, May 1st, Pak’s Karate Academy will take the stage at 11:00 a.m. followed by “Learn to be a Pirate” at noon, and again at 3:30 p.m.

The Isle of Eight Flags Shrimp Festival will be open along the riverfront on Friday, April 29th from 6:00 p.m. to 10:00 p.m with plenty of food booths featuring wild caught shrimp. Join us for Opening Ceremonies, the Miss Shrimp Festival Pageant, the sound of Chicago Blues with Mud Morganfield and Gitlo Lee, an Invasion of the Pirates, and fireworks on Friday evening.

All of downtown Fernandina Beach becomes a festival on Saturday from 9:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m., and on Sunday from 10:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m., where you can peruse nearly 400 exhibitor booths lining the historic streets from Ash to Alachua Streets, and from Eighth Street to the riverfront.

At the Riverfront Stage on Saturday, there will be a beard contest, Invasion of the Pirates, an Adult Pirate contest, Musician Dominic Gaudious, and the Gin Blossoms in concert at 4:30 p.m. Sunday brings the Laying of the Wreath Ceremony, the Blessing of the Fleet, and a Shrimp Boat Parade to the riverfront. There will be an ice cream eating contest and a performance by the Party Band of the South, the Swingin’ Medallions.

There is NO admission fee to the festival, so we hope you will join us as we celebrate shrimp in Fernandina Beach, the Birthplace of the Modern Shrimping Industry.

For more details, please find us on facebook or visit ShrimpFestival.com.

Where will you Watch the Pirate Parade on Thursday Evening?

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Where will you be watching the Isle of Eight Flags Shrimp Festival’s Pirate Parade? There is plenty of sidewalk and you can bring a lawn chair, but one of Amelia Island’s newest restaurants is offering their First Flag Parade Party. The Patio Place, located at 416 Ash Street, is located directly on the parade route and they are raising money and toys for Marine Corp Reserve Toys For Tots with this fun event. Check out the flyer for more details, simply click on the image and a larger version will open up.

Here is the parade line-up:
(subject to change without notice.)
Police
Fire Dept.
Sheriff`s Dept.
Florida Forrest Service
Fire Rescue Honor Guard
Florida Public Utility
Residence Inn
Vietnam Veterans Chapter 1088
City Commissioners
Fantastic Gymnastics
Miss Kate`s Pre K
Early Impressions and the Vibe
Amelia Island Blues Society
Supervisor of Elections
St. Mary`s Pirates Club
Miss Shrimp Festival Contestants 2016
Team Stingrays
Westec Marina
Bean`s School of Dance
Pak`s Karate Academy
Trail Life Troop 555
The Hilliard Flashes Marching Band
City Commissioner
Nassau Council on Aging
Newcomers Club
Little Women of Fernandina Beach
Amelia Gentle Dentistry
Boys and Girls Club of Nassau County
Boy Scout Troop 152
Royal Amelia Dance Academy (Kinder Studio)
Savannah Grand
Big Brothers, Big Sisters
Amelia Island Montessori School
Nassau County Special Olympics
A Chance to Dance
McArthur Family YMCA
Brave Like Bronson, Inc.
Down Syndrome Association of Jacksonville
Wells Fargo
Grand Marshal –Captain Speedy
Kayak Amelia
Baptist Medical Center
Amelia Island Turtle Watch
Overhead Garage Doors
Florida State College Jacksonville Nassau Center
Fernandina Beach High School
Chick-fil-a
Home Depot
Summer House Realty
Kathy Burns for Superintendent
Amelia Island Kayak Excursions
K Bay 106.3
Ritz Carlton
A1A Solar
Charlie Cofer for Public Defender
Marine Corp, League Everett P Pope Detachment #1017
United Daughters of the Confederacy
A Janet Lynne Salon
Zaxby`s
Visit Florida
Justin Taylor for County Commissioner
Flotilla 14 – 1 US Coast Guard Auxiliary
Sounds on Center
Habitat for Humanity
Hot Paws
Tim Peak for County Commissioner
Beckham Vision Center
VIP Dog Salon
Riptide Watersports
Mc Donald`s
Kraft Tennis Partners
Amelia Musical Playhouse
Salvation Army
Order of the Eastern Star – Fernandina #55
Rick Keffer
POP Warner
Davita
Red Bones Bakery
Fairy Tails Mobile Grooming
Janet Adkins
Horizon Electric
8 Flags Jeep Club
Rotary Club
Nassau Bowling Center
CBC Bank
First Coast Pediatric
Maritime Museum
Carlos Stay for Tax Collector
Angel Watch Home Care
Mosquito Authority
Quality Health of Fernandina
Danny Fullwood
Friends of Fernandina Skate Park
Matt Shirk for Public Defender
Donner Horner for State House
Campaign for Wes White
Cub Scout Pack 583
Yulee Marching Band
Clerk of Courts
Amelia Island Museum of History
Camping World of Jacksonville
Jimmy Dubberly
Ron Anderson Chevy Buick GMC
American Heritage Girls – Troop 1327
Joe Zimmer
Sheri Treadwell Campaign
Elm St. Little League Girls Softball
Maritime Museum
Fernandina Pirates Club