The 2017 Quilts By The Sea Quilt Show, sponsored by the Amelia Island Quilt Guild will feature over 200 guild members’ quilted creations on display at the Atlantic Recreation Center this Friday and Saturday. Continue reading
One of the best ways to enjoy this exceptional weather is to head to downtown, historic Fernandina Beach and check out the Market Place farmers market. With nearly 40 vendors exhibiting, there is always something new to try and someone new to meet.
Would you like to rent a space at Fernandina’s community wide yard sale? Prices are $40 for a 15′ X 15′ indoor space, and $15 for a 12′ X 12′ outdoor space. Continue reading
The film screening events will be hosted at FSCJ’s South and Kent Campuses and Deerwood Center in an effort to provide additional rigorous and relevant interdisciplinary, co-curricular programming for foreign language students. Continue reading
The classic story of 12 Angry Men forces jurors in a murder trial to confront their own character, and to question everything they thought they knew about themselves and the world around them. Continue reading
Guest Artist Gary Johns will be exhibiting his coastal art in oil landscapes, shrimp boats, and birds.
TEDxFSCJ Announces Speakers for Upcoming Salon: “Lift as We Climb: Women, Race & Politics” Continue reading
Amelia Island Book Festival and the Boys & Girls Clubs have teamed up to put on an event featuring four authors, covering four areas of the creative arts – poetry, graphics and illustration, fiction novels and playwriting. Continue reading
An Amelia Island favorite, Violinist Anne Akiko Meyers is renowned for her passionate performances, purity of sound and deeply poetic interpretations.
Enjoy a sumptuous gourmet dinner to celebrate Valentine’s Day and take part in an exquisite silent auction featuring beautiful items to bid on from our community. Continue reading
Looking for an affordable online college? Check out Florida State College at Jacksonville. They are ranked one of the best in a variety of degreed subjects. Continue reading
While it is best to wait until mid-March to start your spring planting, the farmers market has some great greenery to get you ready for spring fever. Continue reading
Wide-ranging research suggests that strong social ties are linked to a longer life. In contrast, loneliness and social isolation are linked to poorer health, depression, and increased risk of early death. Continue reading
The free “Youth Mental Health First Aid” training introduces participants to the risk factors and warning signs of a variety of mental health challenges common among adolescents. Continue reading
This is an exciting opportunity for the students of West Nassau High School to showcase their talent at the Amelia Musical Playhouse. Continue reading