Arts Market is joining the farmers market (new vendors this week) on Saturdays through the new year except Nov. 2nd.
The newest exhibition at the Cummer Museum is Louis Comfort Tiffany: Treasures from the Driehaus Collection.
After fishing at Fort Clinch, Chef Kenny Gilbert was cleaning fish with his son when a new menu concept was born.
Live music, bar-b-cue, games, steaks… what more could you ask for on a fall weekend on Amelia Island?
Legendary trumpet player, Jamil Sherif, is coming to Amelia Island for the Jazz Festival October 11, 2019.
This is another paper from my IT Security class. Considering I’ve been tinkering with computer information technology my entire adult life, I sure am learning a lot!
Stay longer, dine out at new restaurants, or enjoy water activities during Amelia Island’s Secret Season.
Music is a wonderful way to boost your learning schools, get you up and moving, and improve your moods. Switch off the television and crank up the tunes!
European American Business Club is taking a trip to Wildlight on Tuesday, October 8th. Join them for an informative evening to learn more about this new community,
Blue Fire Theatre wants everyone in our community to get involved – experience or no experience – they want you to come “play” with Blue Fire Theatre!
Enjoy a free jazz concert on the lawn of Amelia Park on Sunday, October 6th, in Fernandina Beach. Presented by the Amelia Island Jazz Festival.
Most of you may know I’ve been taking computer classes; well, this is the first time I’ve had to submit to my instructor via a url. What better place to post it than on my own SearchAmelia blog, right?
Seasonal vendors return to the farmers market and the Amelia Island Museum of History is offering Fiesta de’ Santa Maria with vendors, dancers, music, historic re-enactors and more!
This free talk will guide you through student debt crisis, financial modifications, the impacts of financial health on student success, and ways to quickly pay off student loan debt.
Vendors, dancers, music, Historic Reenactors and more! Come celebrate Hispanic Heritage Month at the Pineland Bank on the corner of 8th Street and Centre Street, in Fernandina.