You can buy fireworks other than sparklers, but it is illegal to do so in Fernandina. Stores and roadside stands who sell these fireworks are exploiting a loophole in the law.
Are you preparing for the 4th of July holiday? Well, the Fernandina Beach Market Place farmers market may have just what you need to celebrate Independence Day!
African Love Kitchen will delight you with their authentic Tanzanian foods created by Chef Ibrahim. Try their bison sambusa, and if you like curry, their piri piri sauce is a MUST HAVE!
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The farmers market has more than a fair share of beans and peas: purple hull, garden pea, baby green Lima, black eye with snaps, brown crowder, zipper cream, Fort Hood butter bean, lady finger or white acre, and speckled butter beans. (Oh my!)
Amelia Toffee Company was created in 2015 to provide innovative toffee flavors to die-hard toffee lovers.
Now is the time to contact Google photographers if you want the inside of your business to show up on Google Street View.
There is a new palm tree vendor joining the farmers market this week. Paul Bazzell, with A1 Landscape and Tree City, will be bringing a variety of seven gallon palm trees.
Our newest booth is Soap-Crafters. They bring 100% all natural handmade goat milk soaps created with ten essential oil fragrances from seven different hand crafted molds.
Challenge Butter is hoping to butter us up when they provide 500 pounds of butter for use during the Shrimp Festival. That is enough butter to fill up THREE Olympic size swimming pools!
Dave Scott is at it again… he’s published the 2nd Annual News Wrecker, a parody paper that pokes fun at Amelia Island’s sacred cows. Here is the press release:
Fifi’s Fine Resale of Amelia has partnered with local businesses to put together a pampering package worth over $1,100 that will be awarded by Mother’s Day.
Bring your family and spend a few moments under the shade of the Spanish moss draped oak and cedar trees you will find in historic Fernandina Beach.
FSCJ’s Center for Economic and Financial Education Receives $5,000 Grant from State Farm for Financial Literacy Education
Four stores are opening this summer at The Villages of Amelia Island, that’s the Publix Shopping Center on State Road 200 in the fast-growing area of Yulee.