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Northeast Florida has an amazing culinary scene and it is growing so fast that FSCJ and First Florida Credit Union are putting on a panel discussion from some local experts.
January 18th to the 27th, 2018, is the annual Amelia Island Restaurant Week.
By thinking outside of the box we can pair an experience with a local lunch or dinner to create an unforgettable day for someone we love.
Life throws Gabby a curve when she discovers the father of her unborn child is her ex-boyfriend, a man now running for political office, someone whom she no longer loves.
Dust off those old bride’s maid dresses and three piece suits, this year’s pub crawl theme presents a Red Carpet Affair.
This book sale will have thousands of gently used books for sale, with most priced at $3 or less. It is always the best book sale on the island!
There are 12 Amelia Island restaurants offering discounts on shrimp specials from August 15th to September 30th for the Shrimp Days of Summer!
Several Fernandina Beach vendors will be running amazing specials on gift and dinner ideas for Valentine’s Day so you can share these sweet deals with your sweetheart.
Steve Berry returns to the Amelia Island Book Festival as Honorary Chairman for the 3rd consecutive year.
JFFD uses 100% USDA and other restaurant grade ingredients in all of its pet food, and because the green beans used in these meals may be contaminated, the company is alerting the public.
This 10-day culinary showcase featuring culinary events and fixed lunch and dinner menus at a wide selection of Amelia Island’s most popular and award-winning dining establishments.
Jack Reacher, a billion dollar Literary Brand is coming to Amelia Island
Purchase a cup of hot cocoa and have fun creating your own special drink with items from their buffet: Marshmallows, Peppermint Sticks, Chocolate Sauce, Candy Toppings, Whipped Cream and so much more!
The Pub Crawl For a Cure invites you to crimp your hair and find those leg warmers as we bring back the 1980s and crawl our way through seven of Amelia Island’s iconic restaurants, pubs, and saloons.