The Amelia Island Museum of History's <em>Brown Bag Lunch</em> will be this Wednesday, November 4th, at noon, with Tom Raymond at the Museum.
This special guest will present the third in his three-part series on the history of Amelia Island and Nassau County, Colors, Counties, and Watercourses. The final installment, entitled Area Watercourses in the Undercurrents of Local History, will feature a series of vignettes on how the area’s waters and shorelines have affected the human story of NE Florida.
While you’re at the museum, don’t miss the chance to check out the current Gas Light Gallery Exhibition Images of the Greenway – a visual celebration of Fernandina’s lush Greenway, a protected area along Egans Creek that displays Amelia Island’s dazzling natural beauty. Images of the Greenway will be on display until December 11th. Prints from the collection are available for purchase.
This program is free for members with a suggested donation of $5 for nonmembers. Seating is first-come/first-served. For more information contact Gray at 261-7378 ext 102.