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New Neighbor Meet & Greet June 7 at The Oaks

published: June 1st, 2023 by in New Neighbor Meet & Greet, The Oaks

Anyone who is new to the AIP community and looking to make connections with other residents is invited to our next New Neighbor Meet & Greet from 4:30-5:30 pm Wednesday, June 7, at The Oaks, 203 Sea Marsh. This informal event will start with a welcome and a chance to ask questions, followed by a tour of The Oaks, our beautiful community gathering spot. The New Neighbor Meet & Greet will be immediately followed by Food Truck Night at 5:30 pm. So come out to The Oaks, meet some fellow newcomers, get the lowdown on living in AIP, and stay… Read More »

Get a new perspective on Earth

published: May 23rd, 2023 by in Thoughtful Thursday

NASA Earth Science researcher at next Thoughtful Thursday For most people, NASA conjures images of astronauts and space exploration. However, NASA also provides free and publicly available observations from space, air, sea, and land that are critical for informing policy and action to protect planet Earth. Dr. Liz Wiggins of NASA’s Langley Research Center in Virginia will share an eye-opening perspective of our world at our next Thoughtful Thursday at 5 pm May 25. Seating in the Sunset Room for Thoughtful Thursday is limited, and reservations are required via Eventbrite. Reservation link is is the calendar in the member dashboard.… Read More »

A tournament like no other …

published: May 15th, 2023 by in Community Clubs & Groups, Drummond Point Park

The second annual Drummond Point Park Boules Club Spring Petanque Tournament featured 24 community members playing in teams of two, including two teams from Osprey Village. The players enjoyed lunch in the park before starting play. Over the course of the afternoon, the field was narrowed down to the Final Four teams — Jeff & Robin Pullen; Lib Schuler and Bill Quam; Mary & Stan Neal; and Jackye Rubin and Walton Rogers. Congratulations to the tournament winners — Lib and Bill — who won a hard-fought match against runners-up Jackye and Walton.

UNF partners with AIPCA for Thoughtful Thursday

published: May 9th, 2023 by in Thoughtful Thursday, Uncategorized

Amelia Island Plantation Community Association (AIPCA) members filled the Sunset Room in The Oaks Community Center April 27 to hear University of North Florida (UNF) art history professor Dr. Debra Murphy speak about Dutch master Johannes Vermeer, currently the subject of a “once in a lifetime” exhibition at the Rijksmuseum in Amsterdam. Murphy, the inaugural chair of the Department of Art and Design at UNF, provided insights into Vermeer’s life and art and shared her own experiences visiting the Rijksmuseum exhibit. She has been recognized for outstanding teaching by UNF, the Cultural Council of Greater Jacksonville, and the Southeastern College… Read More »

One week to Sounds on Center Court!

published: May 5th, 2023 by in Signature Events

6-8 pm Friday May 12 Stadium Court in Racquet Park Sounds on Center Court, our popular free community concert at Stadium Court, is back! Invite your friends and neighbors to join you for music under the stars amidst the glorious trees of Racquet Park. And have we got a great band! Bold City Classics is one of the premier event bands in the Southeast. For Sounds on Center, they will feature a nine-piece ensemble with three singers performing Motown and other party favorites that will have you singing in your seat and dancing on the court. Bring a lawn chair… Read More »

Live Music at The Oaks May 11

published: May 5th, 2023 by in Live Music

Join us from 5-8 pm Thursday, May 11, for our next Live Music session with the popular duo of Early & Ernie. The talented twosome of bassist Ernie Ealum and guitarist Early McCall will play a mix of easygoing rock and country favorites at The Oaks, 203 Sea Marsh. No reservations are needed, and there’s never a cover charge. Make a night of it by bringing food and beverages of your choice to enjoy outdoors on the patio and covered porch or inside The Oaks.

Loggerhead hatchling side view

Help protect sea turtles during nesting season

published: May 4th, 2023 by in Wildlife

Sea turtle nesting season began May 1 and will continue through October. To help protect these creatures, the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission (FWC) recommends following these turtle-friendly practices. FWC has a helpful brochure on sharing the beach with sea turtles. Visit myfwc.com/wildlifehabitats/wildlife/sea-turtle/ for even more information on sea turtles. To report someone disturbing a sea turtle nest or an injured, dead or harassed sea turtle, call Wildlife Alert 888-404-FWCC (888-404-3922) or report it online. Mobile phone users can text 847411 (Tip411) with keyword “FWC” and information about the violation or use the “FWC Wildlife Alert” app from the… Read More »