Among the fun at Relay For Life enjoy a free concert with five bands including Cumberland Sound, Laid Back Band, Hambone Stumps, Jennifer Burns, and Jimmy Beats.
Crab cakes from Lulu’s; salmon patties, filets and scallops from All About U.S. Salmon, and tasty pink shrimp from Chesser Seafood are just a few farmers market finds.
Looking for something to do on Amelia Island? We have car shows, Shrimp Festival, Relay for Life, Rendezvous Festival and much, much more…
We all know someone whose life has been touched by cancer. This year SearchAmelia.com is fighting cancer through Relay For Life Fernandina Beach/Yulee.
Black tie & blue jeans affair supports U.S. veterans suffering the “invisible wounds of war.”
Guests will include WJXT Sports Director and part time singer Sam Kouvaris, who will emcee and perform tunes with the band.
Comedy Troupe, Awkward Silence Jax, comes to Studio 209 at the Amelia Community Theatre.
If the parade is cancelled due to rain, it will be held the following day, at 6 p.m. Sunday, December 14.
If you have never experienced this audience parici-(SAY IT!)-pation movie, you are in for a real treat!
Make sure to keep your agenda open for Sunday afternoon, November 9 from 3-7 pm at the Green Turtle. Free admission, free food, lots of auction and raffle prizes.
This three-day celebration of the art of documentary film making will take place October 31-November 2 at FLT, 1014 Beech St. in downtown Fernandina Beach.
Omni AIP offers a pool party on October 31st with The Swingin’ Medallions to kick off GA/FL weekend; open to the public!
SearchAmelia has just posted their 10,000th blog! That is indeed a lot of writing, researching, soul sharing, laughter and sometimes tears.
On North Seventh Street, the Market Place is open from 9 to 1, rain or shine, and your well-behaved, leashed pets are welcome.
One night only – Amelia Musical Playhouse brings you “Vaudeville” – sorry, due to mature content, no one under 18 admitted.