Applications are now being accepted for the Pirate Parade to be held on Thursday, April 28, 2016, as a kick-off to the 53rd Annual Isle of Eight Flags Shrimp Festival.
Reminiscent of Charles Dickens’ early Victorian era this event will transform historic Centre Street in Fernandina Beach into a 19th century Christmas village.
Amelia Island Book Festival and Fernandina Little Theatre partner to bring First Annual Murder Mystery Dinner to support Authors in Schools literacy program.
Admission to the Fernandina Pirate Festival is “a buck an ear” or $5.00 for a family day pass.
Individual tickets for Shnit and DoctoberFest screenings are $7.50; a film fan pass is $40, good for a total of six screening sessions.
Two designs were selected: one for the overall Pirate Festival, and a second logo for the family friendly Kids Zone.
Mr. Ma was a child prodigy and at age five gave his first public recital. He later moved to New York with his family and made his Carnegie Hall debut at age nine.
This year’s Festival takes on an exciting new format. Residents and visitors alike will have plenty of new attractions and new venues to revel in.
Packed with live music and celebrating the best of football season in the South, the fun starts on Friday night and continues through Saturday.
The luncheon takes place at the Plantation’s Ocean Club where Mary Alice Monroe will unveil her new book, The Summer’s End, part three in her Low-country Summer Trilogy.