Know a Nassau County Senior? They may want to try to win the 2019 Fernandina Pirate Club Scholarship.
This was a special night for families and community members to share the love of reading with students.
Learn more about Twitter and Pinterest for Free at the Fernandina Library.
FSCJ Student selected to represent Florida students at Tallahassee conference this month.
“FSCJ strives to serve the highly unique education and workforce needs that exist within our service area in Duval and Nassau counties.”
FSCJ Awards First Generation Scholarship in Conjunction with Florida Prepaid College
It’s a crime the way manuscripts are so often tossed in the Rejection pile due to common flaws that brand the writer as an amateur.
Join Florida State College at Jacksonville (FSCJ) for a special check presentation in honor of the $25,000 Fire Cadet Academy Grant awarded to FSCJ by the AT&T Foundation.
This interactive program will be held in the Community Room of the Fernandina Beach Library on Wednesday evening, January 31st, at 6:00 p.m. and is free of charge.
Deryck Burnett, owner of Megabite Computer Services, returns to offer his computer expertise at the Fernandina Beach Library.
This annual event provides free, in-person, financial aid guidance to help all incoming students and/or their parents/guardians prepare for a smooth transition to begin college.
Fresh from the 2017 Florida Writers Association, Annual Conference, four of our Writers by the Sea authors will share insights and highlights from featured speakers
Master Gardener Carol Ann Atwood and avid holiday decorator Sylvie Baxter will teach you how to decorate your mailbox for the holiday using cuttings from your own yard, e.g., magnolia, spruce, pine, palmetto, palms, holly with berries, etc. and ornamental décor
Medicare topics in this program include the meanings of Medicare Parts A, B, C and D; enrollment deadlines; the extent of coverage Medicare provides and other medical insurance options.
Library is proud to present an informative evening with Mr. Billy Burbank III and his brother Frank Burbank who are part of Fernandina Beach’s renowned shrimping and net making family.