Black tie & blue jeans affair supports U.S. veterans suffering the “invisible wounds of war.”
We may not have busty blonde supermodels at the farmers market in historic Fernandina Beach, but we do have fresh, au naturel beef.
Local musicians, Nassau County non-profits and Fernandina Beach businesses are invited to join us for a FREE space at the Market Place!
An Evening of Story and Song brings Beth Nielsen Chapman to Burns Hall in Fernandina Beach.
Renowned Pianist, Francesco Attesti, will perform one concert only in Fernandina Beach on January 30, 2015!
Friday, from 5:00 ’til 7:00, there will be drinks, sweets and live music by the Hambone Stumps Band. EVERYONE is invited!!!
Saturday will be your final opportunity, before Christmas Day, to pick up fresh vegetables, desserts, appetizers and more from the Market Place farmers’ market.
With over 40 booths of natural foods and products, every week brings something fresh and new to savor.
Enjoy two holiday performances this November at the Amelia Plantation Chapel.
On the eve of Veterans Day, this powerful choir will regale us with patriotic hymns, spirituals, and Christian anthems.
Saturday, November 8th; doors open at 6:45 pm, show starts at 7:30 pm at Burns Hall at St. Peter’s Episcopal Parish, 9th & Atlantic in Fernandina Beach.
It is time for our Best Decorated Booth Contest where farmers and producers decorate their booths for either Georgia, Florida or Halloween.
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.
Tom Becker’s Tribute to John Denver, Back Home Again, benefits Nassau County’s Meals on Wheels for Pets.
Don Austin plays the 30 string Celtic harp, guitar, violin, viola and ukulele; he is an amazing must see artist!