Enjoy trolley and boat rides, an archaeological dig, historic home tour, re-enactors, pirates, treasure hunt, music, and food.
Legendary motor vehicles that marked milestones and astounded generations of past eras (some the subject of Hollywood movies) were on Amelia Island, Florida. Not just a car show, it’s a history lesson, and more fun and glamorous than sitting in a classroom.
A tree planted too deeply will look like a fence post rather than a tapering tree. Also learn about Camellia Flower Blight and Coral Bells (Alumroot, Heuchera sanguine). Read Garden Talk Q & A by Rebecca Jordi, Nassau County Extension Director.
Skirting on a project that will protect our beaches is no way out of a financial pinch. City Manager Michael Czymbor decided himself that the city would no longer pay its part of a long-term beach nourishment project.
You can be sure hot bodies and nice rear ends were admired here today in historic Fernandina Beach. And just wait until Sunday. Besides the elegant cars, American hot rods will be featured.
Automotive history rolled down Centre Street and parked today, embellishing Fernandina’s historic district with dazzling reds, shades of green, sleek silver and lots of gleaming chrome. A select group of collector car owners took a road trip around this sea island. The final destination was the heart of Amelia Island, downtown Fernandina. The lamp posts […]
Back for an encore, the 2nd annual Amelia Island Garden Show in Fernandina Beach is in the spotlight March 5 – 6, 2011 at Fernandina’s Central Park on Atlantic Avenue.
Looking for a better place to live? How about a Florida barrier island?