The Courage to Remember: Simon Wiesenthal Center’s World-Renowned Holocaust Exhibit opens April 9 at FSCJ South Campus Wilson Center.
Richard MacMaster will present one of the most enigmatic characters in the history of Amelia Island, Gregor MacGregor
This month, guest speaker Bobbie Fost will be exploring the subject of Reconstruction in Northeast Florida.
Celebrate this day by reflecting upon your own freedoms that you enjoy by being fortunate enough to be in America.
American Beach Day includes reading of the proclamation, singing, light refreshments, and reminiscing about historical events.
Progress continues on the update to Downtown and Old Town Guidelines for Fernandina Beach, Florida.
Fernandina Library will be holding a series of discussions called, “Let’s Talk About It – Making Sense of the American Civil War”
Frank Ofeldt will deliver a presentation discussing the experiences of African American soldiers on Amelia Island.
Women of the Port recognizes the contributions made by women in the maritime industry and it is opening at the Amelia Island Museum.
On July 30, 1887, 125 years ago, the Fernandina (Beach) Police Department was established by ordinance by the City Council.
The Amelia Island Museum of History will celebrate its 35th anniversary in November of this year.
This event will focus on selected notorious feuds throughout Virginia, Tennessee, West Virginia, Kentucky, Florida, and Georgia.
June 23rd is the 40th anniversary of Title IX of the Education Amendments of 1972, prohibiting gender discrimination in education.
Dr. Wentz will be discussing her new book Life and Death at Windover: Excavations of a 7,000 Year Old Pond Cemetery.
Fernandina’a architecture splendor reaches outside of the historic district to include the beachfront and mid-century built homes.