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City of Fernandina Meeting Schedule

Artrageous Art Walk – Second Saturday

City of Fernandina Beach Parks and Rec

A. I. – Fernandina Beach-Yulee Chamber of Commerce Community Events

A.I. – Fernandina Beach Chamber of Commerce Things to Do

 

Amelia Community Theatre

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The AIGS holds general meetings open to the public at 7 pm on the third Tuesday of each month except for December. Further information on speakers,
topics and location can be found at aigensoc.org.


Amelia Musical Playhouse

Amelia Island Living & Travel – Festivals and Special Events

Amelia Island Museum of History Upcoming Events

Amelia Island Plantation Blog – What to do?

Amelia Island Runners – Free Weekly Group Runs
Wednesdays from 6-7 p.m. at FBHS Track
435 Citrona Dr, Fernandina Beach, FL 32034
All Ages, All Abilities, Always Welcome
​With Expert Coaching Advice

Amelia Island Tourism Development – Things to Do

European American Business Club

Fernandina Little Theatre

Florida State College at Jacksonville Events Calendar

Fodor’s Travels

Fort Clinch State Park Events

Groupon – Deals on Things to do on Amelia Island

Island Art Association

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Shrimp Festival 2014

Trip Advisor

3 Responses to Events

  1. I don’t see the Artrageous Art Walks which occur each and every second Saturday listed. Artrageous Art Walk has been going on for a number of years and heavily promoted by the Amelia Island Tourist Development Council. It is a fun event with participating galleries remaining open from 5:30 until 8:30pm to allow those who might not be able to visit a gallery with normal operating hours. It is a fun and very inexpensive way to entertain yourselves and your guests. A map is provided to direct those visitors to the city to the galleries which will be open. Usually all galleries serve refreshments to those that attend the event.

  2. Davis Burbank says:

    Community Tai Chi at St.Peter’s Episcopal Church beginning 11/14 @ 9am. Everyone welcome!

  3. Nadine Vaughan D'Ardenne says:

    EVENT: Writers by the Sea Monthly Presentation
    DATE: January 19, 2017
    LOCATION: Amelia Island Museum of History
    233 S. 3rd St., Fernandina Beach, FL
    TIME: 6:00pm Gather to get to know each other
    6:30pm Presentation begins promptly,
    followed by discussion
    PRESENTATION: Keep it relevant: Writing and selling the Op Ed Piece
    FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
    At our Writers by the Sea January meeting, not one but two dynamic speakers will help
    fill-in the blanks for writers who desire to submit Op Ed pieces. Between the two of
    them, David N. Scott and Bill Pennington have over 70 years of professional writing
    experience.
    DAVID N. SCOTT
    Dave Scott’s career spans 45 years in journalism. For five years, he worked as a daily
    reporter in FL and NY before joining the corporate world. There, he headed up
    communications for IBM, ITT, and other Fortune 50 companies in the US and Europe. In 2011, he retired from running his own agency, to Amelia Island, and began writing a
    gratis column for the News Leader. It transitioned into a popular online blog that offers updates and sharp insights into all things Amelia. In addition, he writes, edits and publishes the annual Amelia Island News-Wrecker, a cheeky newspaper parody.
    BILL PENNINGTON
    For 25 years, Bill wrote columns and feature stories for publications in Georgia and Florida. He is a recipient of the Road Runners Clubs of America, National Writer of the Year; an Associated Press Reporter’s Award; and Georgia Sportswriter’s Columnist Award. He created a popular Amelia Island newsletter and copy-writes for Emilie Pennington Advertising Design. A self-proclaimed professional athlete “trapped in an amateur’s body” Bill competes in road races, cycling events and triathlons (over 250); finishing 16 Gate River Runs. His diverse take on competing and training for
    endurance sports, adds humor for athlete and non-athlete readers. Bill and wife Emilie have lived on Amelia Island for 16 years, but his love affair with the island reaches back to college. Go to FaceBook page for accurate updates: Writers by the Sea – Amelia Island

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