The Christiania Piano Quartet will perform music of Mozart, Korngold, Bériot, Halvorsen and Schumann on February 2nd as part of the seventeenth season of the Amelia Island Chamber Music Festival.
Amelia Pasta, a long standing staple at the farmers market is holding a Pasta Blowout Sale – all in-stock flavors of penne, linguini, fettuccini, and orzo are on sale for only $5.00 per bag, no rainchecks.
Entitled “The French Connection,” the main event will be Francis Poulenc’s Gloria, which the singers will also perform at Carnegie Hall in New York in February.
‘Tis the season for winter produce and Cabbage Creek has a table full of veggies including kohlrabi, carrots, radishes, romaine, kale, spinach and Swiss chard.
Poke, Man, fruit pies, lamb, goat and bison can now be found at Fernandina’s farmers market on historic Amelia Island.
Soon after meeting, Dan and Shell began playing music together and a wonderful friendship was born. They can be seen and heard all over Fernandina Beach.
Featuring over twenty-one musicians with a variety of professional singers, entertainers and other acts, this family friendly holiday show is sure to get everyone in the spirit.
Vendors of Fernandina’s farmers market will decorate with their best in hopes of winning a free booth rental, and customers are the judges!
Does the holiday shopping have you tied up in knots? Come to the farmers market and get a message from the students enrolled in FSCJ’s Massage Therapy program.
Customers tell me they are developing addictions. We have one guy who claims to be addicted to the hydroponic lettuce from Bacon’s Select Produce.
Saturday, November 5th will be the final, wonderfully entertaining “Evening of Story & Song”.
The Waymores (waymores.net) return to Amelia Island, and if you aren’t leaving town to beat the Florida heat, check them out on Saturday, August 13, 2016, at 7:30 p.m.
This month’s band at Sounds on Centre is “flipturn”, a Fernandina Beach, five-piece indie rock, garage band that you don’t want to miss.
African Love Kitchen will delight you with their authentic Tanzanian foods created by Chef Ibrahim. Try their bison sambusa, and if you like curry, their piri piri sauce is a MUST HAVE!
Down Yonder is an exciting bluegrass band that will be offering “Jam Sessions” on Sunday afternoons this summer at Sliders Seaside Grill, come on out and sit in for a song or two.