There is a new palm tree vendor joining the farmers market this week. Paul Bazzell, with A1 Landscape and Tree City, will be bringing a variety of seven gallon palm trees.
Steve Seskin to Perform at Evening of Story and Song, thanks to the generous support of First Coast Community Bank and St. Peter’s Outreach Program.
The Gin Blossoms will play a FREE concert at the 2016 Isle of Eight Flags Shrimp Festival on Saturday, April 30th.
The Island Chamber Singers present a spring concert of John Rutters Mass of the Children, featuring the Jacksonville Children’s Chorus.
The 2016 Sounds On Centre season begins this coming Friday, April 1, at 6:00 p.m. and features the dynamic sounds of Palmetto Catz!
This is the last Saturday before Easter and in Fernandina Beach the farmers market and the Arts Market are wonderful places to find items to fill your Easter basket!
Directed by Arlene Filkoff, this show, now playing at Amelia Musical Playhouse, is vintage Monty Python and is a fun view of King Arthur and the Knights of the Round Table.
Buddy Mondlock’s songs, recorded by artists like Peter, Paul & Mary, Garth Brooks, Janis Ian, and Joan Baez, unfold like little movies that take you to a distant place.
Georgia Bulldogs, Florida Gators, and Halloween will all be celebrated at the farmers market on North Seventh Street in Fernandina Beach on October 31, 2015.
Nassau Community Band presents their first concert in the newly remodeled St. Michael’s Parish Hall.
On the second Monday of each month, this live music event happens at our local Little Theatre where they bring in musicians for two hours of entertainment.
Available will be a selection of prepared entrees, sides and desserts, in oven and microwave safe containers. Heating instructions and ingredients are on the label.
Landslide Records performer Webb Wilder took me on a 1967 throwback ride to reflect on musical talent that often falls between the cracks.
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
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