Friends of the Library is sponsoring a screening of “Carvalho’s Journey” on August 25, 2016, with an optional dinner to follow at Café Karibo.
Historic Fernandina Beach Hotel To Be Featured in New General Motors Magazine
Museum of History gives back by offering free admission, along with an awesome array of family activities, including face painting, music, games, hands on learning activities and more.
Plans are underway with the Amelia Island Museum of History to have a series of events celebrating Peck High next February during African-American History Month.
Fernandina Beach’s beachfront development was identified in the City’s 2011 Reconnaissance-Level Architectural Survey.
The West Nassau Historical Society will dedicate the official state historical marker on March 14 at the Kings Ferry Boat Ramp in Nassau County, Florida.
At the height of the eighteenth century, Muslim pirates were the terror of the Mediterranean and a large area of the North Atlantic.