Online Burial Search

The City of Jacksonville Beach has begun a research project to document those interred in local cemeteries.  The first of these was the H. Warren Smith and the information provided by the City can be searched via this link.

A.I.A. Jacksonville debates Ft. Caroline Location

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Fort CarolineThe Jacksonville Chapter of the Archaeological Institute of America announces a debate of the issue of where Ft. Caroline existed at noon on September 20 at the University of North Florida.

The lecture will be held in Room 1009, Building 39. Admission is free.

This year is the 450th anniversary of the establishment of Fort Caroline by the French in 1564. After all this time, Fort Caroline has recently generated controversy regarding its actual location.

Tradition has it located on the St. John’s River in Jacksonville, but a group of archaeologists has proposed that it was actually built on the Altamaha River in Georgia. Perhaps the controversy will be resolved at the debate of the issue presented by the Archaeological Institute of America-Jacksonville Society on Sept. 20 at noon in Room 1009, Building 39 at the University of North Florida. Dr. Robert (Buzz) Thunen from UNF will present the case for the St. John’s River in Jacksonville, and Dr. Anita Spring and Dr. Fletcher Crowe from the University of Florida will present the case for the Altamaha River in Georgia. Dr. Crowe will have spent the summer excavating the area in Georgia where he believes Fort Caroline was built and will reveal the results of that research.

The event is free and open to the public. Refreshments will be served in the Archaeology Lab both before and after the presentation. On Saturday, parking is free and the faculty/staff/vendor spaces are open to everyone. For more information, contact Melva Price at (904)241-9411 or at aiajaxsoc@gmail.com.

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About The Beaches Museum & History Park

Beaches Museum & History Park is operated by the Beaches Area Historical Society at Pablo Historical Park, Jacksonville Beach, Florida.

The mission of the Beaches Area Historical Society is to nurture civic pride for the distinct history of the Beaches, while providing education, information and entertainment for those who live, work and vacation in our communities.

The Beaches Museum & History Park is located at 381 Beach Boulevard in Jacksonville Beach. To Learn more about the Beaches Museum & History Park, please visit our website at www.BeachesMuseum.org

Contact:

Beaches Museum & History Park
381 Beach Blvd.
Jacksonville Beach, FL. 32250

904.241.5657 BeachesMuseum@gmail.com

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A.I.A. Jacksonville: Learn About Archaeology in the Holy Land

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Learn About Archaeology in the Holy Land

The Archaeological Institute of America–Jacksonville Society will meet on Nov. 8 to hear a lecture by Dr. Morag Kersel, an Assistant Professor of Anthropology at DePaul University. This month’s lecture is one of the special Kershaw Lectures in Near East Archaeology sponsored by AIA. Dr. Kersel’s lecture is titled “Mission Impossible? Tracking the Lives of Early Bronze Age Pots from the Dead Sea Plain, Jordon.”

Early Bronze Age (3600-2000 BCE) artifacts from the Dead Sea Plain have long held a fascination for locals, pilgrims, and tourists. Demand for objects from the Holy Land has resulted in decades of illegal excavation and destruction of the archaeological landscape. Dr. Kersel will discuss how artifacts go from the ground to the consumer using archaeological evidence, documents, interviews, and aerial surveys using unmanned aerial vehicles. She will explain valuable clues from the past and present that enhance knowledge of Early Bronze Age society.

The lecture takes place at noon in Room 1205, Building 51 at the University of North Florida and is free and open to the public. Complimentary refreshments will be served afterwards. On Saturday, parking is free and faculty/staff/vendor spaces are available to everyone.

For more information, contact Melva Price at (904)241-9411 or aiajaxsoc@gmail.com.

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About The Beaches Museum & History Park

Beaches Museum & History Park is operated by the Beaches Area Historical Society at Pablo Historical Park, Jacksonville Beach, Florida.

The mission of the Beaches Area Historical Society is to nurture civic pride for the distinct history of the Beaches, while providing education, information and entertainment for those who live, work and vacation in our communities.

The Beaches Museum & History Park is located at 381 Beach Boulevard in Jacksonville Beach. To Learn more about the Beaches Museum & History Park, please visit our website at www.BeachesMuseum.org

Contact:

Beaches Museum & History Park
381 Beach Blvd.
Jacksonville Beach, FL. 32250

904.241.5657 BeachesMuseum@gmail.com

The Beaches Museum & History Park | 381 Beach Boulevard | Jacksonville Beach | FL | 32250

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Friends of Talbot Islands State Parks

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“Excavating of the Grand Shell Ring: Commemorating the Past”

Keith Ashley is the Coordinator of Archaeological Research at the University of North Florida and holds a Ph.D. in Anthropology from the University of Florida.

For the past 20 years Dr. Ashley has been involved in archaeological excavation and research throughout the southeastern United States. Recently his research has focused on the Grand Shell Ring, which is located within the park boundaries of Big Talbot Island. The grand site was created by Native Americans between A.D. 900-1200 and measures over 200 square feet.

Guest speaker is open and free to the public from 1:30 pm – 2:30 pm.

New memberships, renewals and donations welcome.

Date: November 16, 2014
Place: Ribault Club, Fort George Island Cultural State Park
Times: Members only lunch and meeting from noon – 1:30 pm (lunch provided from noon – 1 pm)

Guest speaker from 1:30 pm – 2:30 pm

Annual Members’ Meeting with guest speaker

Keith Ashley, Ph.D.

Members please RSVP to friendsoftalbotislands@gmail.com

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About The Beaches Museum & History Park

Beaches Museum & History Park is operated by the Beaches Area Historical Society at Pablo Historical Park, Jacksonville Beach, Florida.

The mission of the Beaches Area Historical Society is to nurture civic pride for the distinct history of the Beaches, while providing education, information and entertainment for those who live, work and vacation in our communities.

The Beaches Museum & History Park is located at 381 Beach Boulevard in Jacksonville Beach. To Learn more about the Beaches Museum & History Park, please visit our website at www.BeachesMuseum.org

Contact:

Beaches Museum & History Park
381 Beach Blvd.
Jacksonville Beach, FL. 32250

904.241.5657 BeachesMuseum@gmail.com

The Beaches Museum & History Park | 381 Beach Boulevard | Jacksonville Beach | FL | 32250

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Beaches Museum Nears Capital Campaign Goal

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JACKSONVILLE BEACH, FL-The Save the Oldest Cracker House capital campaign, to relocate and preserve the oldest remaining house in the Beaches area to the Beaches Museum & History Park, is close to a major milestone-raising $50,000 to receive the $50,000 matching gift from the Davis family, developers of Nocatee.

Cracker HouseOnce the match is met, combined with other designated gifts, the Museum will be able to move the Oesterreicher-McCormick Homestead from its original location on the Duval Country line near Twenty Mile Road on the McCormick Ranch in Palm Valley to the Pablo Historical Park.

“We are so thankful for the generous support we’ve received so far” says campaign chair Jack Schmidt, “and we are counting on the community to step up and help us with this final stretch”. With less than $5,000 left to raise toward the matching amount, the Museum has created the “1873 Club”. In honor of the year that the house was built, donors are encouraged to make gifts of $18.73 to show their support of the effort. “We’d like to see individuals show their support with a gift of any size, large or small. They will all help us save this piece of history” says Schmidt.

Cracker HouseAs a rare example of Duval County’s “cracker” architecture, the 1873 homestead, donated by the J.T. and Jean McCormick family, will join other historic structures in the park, including the chapel, the old Pablo Station Post Office, the Florida East Coast Railway Mayport Depot, the Florida East Coast Railway’s Foreman’s house and the iconic Cummer Lumber Company steam locomotive.

The Beaches Area Historical Society is a non-profit organization founded in 1978 to archive and chronicle the history and heritage of the Beaches communities of Mayport, Neptune Beach, Atlantic Beach, Jacksonville Beach, Ponte Vedra and Palm Valley. The museum building, which opened in 2006, and History Park occupy Pablo Historical Park, a three-block campus at 381 Beach Boulevard, Jacksonville Beach.

For more information, please call 904-241-5657, or e-mail info@BeachesMuseum.org.

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About The Beaches Museum & History Park

Beaches Museum & History Park is operated by the Beaches Area Historical Society at Pablo Historical Park, Jacksonville Beach, Florida.

The mission of the Beaches Area Historical Society is to nurture civic pride for the distinct history of the Beaches, while providing education, information and entertainment for those who live, work and vacation in our communities.

The Beaches Museum & History Park is located at 381 Beach Boulevard in Jacksonville Beach. To Learn more about the Beaches Museum & History Park, please visit our website at www.BeachesMuseum.org

Contact:

Beaches Museum And History Park Cultural Council of Greater Jacksonville

Beaches Museum & History Park
381 Beach Blvd.
Jacksonville Beach, FL. 32250

904.241.5657 BeachesMuseum@gmail.com

This mailing is partially funded by the Cultural Council of Greater Jacksonville.

Beaches Museum & History Park is operated by the Beaches Area Historical Society, Inc., a 501(c)(3) Corporation Registration # CH1597. Your donation is tax deductible to the full extent allowed by law. A copy of the official registration and financial information may be obtained from the Division of Consumer Services by calling toll-free (800-435-7352) within the State of Florida. Registration does not imply endorsement, approval, or recommendation by the State.

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Join the 1873 Club and get Jacksonville Magazine for Free!

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1873 ClubThe Save the Oldest Cracker House capital campaign, to relocate and preserve the oldest remaining house (built in 1873) in the Beaches area to the Beaches Museum & History Park, is close to a major milestone-raising $50,000 to receive the $50,000 matching gift from the Davis family, developers of Nocatee.

Help bring this campaign home by donating $18.73! Every donation counts and will be matched, giving it even greater impact. For further encouragement, Jacksonville Magazine has generously added a one-year subscription to the magazine for donars at this level! Join by January 31st and be recognized as part of the club, and keep up with our modern city! Current Jacksonville Magazine subscribers will be extended by one year.

For more information, please call 904-241-5657, or e-mail info@BeachesMuseum.org.

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About The Beaches Museum & History Park

Beaches Museum & History Park is operated by the Beaches Area Historical Society at Pablo Historical Park, Jacksonville Beach, Florida.

The mission of the Beaches Area Historical Society is to nurture civic pride for the distinct history of the Beaches, while providing education, information and entertainment for those who live, work and vacation in our communities.

The Beaches Museum & History Park is located at 381 Beach Boulevard in Jacksonville Beach. To Learn more about the Beaches Museum & History Park, please visit our website at www.BeachesMuseum.org

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Beaches Museum And History Park Cultural Council of Greater JacksonvilleContact:

Beaches Museum & History Park
381 Beach Blvd.
Jacksonville Beach, FL. 32250

904.241.5657 BeachesMuseum@gmail.com

This mailing is partially funded by the Cultural Council of Greater Jacksonville.

Beaches Museum & History Park is operated by the Beaches Area Historical Society, Inc., a 501(c)(3) Corporation Registration # CH1597. Your donation is tax deductible to the full extent allowed by law. A copy of the official registration and financial information may be obtained from the Division of Consumer Services by calling toll-free (800-435-7352) within the State of Florida. Registration does not imply endorsement, approval, or recommendation by the State.

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Concert Series – Jim Suhler

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Jim SuhlerThe Beaches Museum announces Jim Suhler and Monkey Beat will play in the Beaches Museum Chapel on Monday, February 9th, 2015 at 7:00 P.M. as part of the ongoing Concert Series. Tickets are $20 in advance and $25 on the day of the show.

Keep in mind there is only 120 seats available, so you have less than two weeks to see if this sells out like the others.

Need to check out Jim’s sound? Bones in your Closet,” “Ain’t Comin’ Home Tonight,” and “Devils Hand will remind you of that Texas guitar sound.

There’s a bit of S.R.V. left in Texas after all.

Share an image on Facebook, send this to a friend, but whatever you do, don’t forget what is at risk. Do you want to hear about it or do you want to be there?

About Jim Suhler

Jim Suhler is an American Texas Blues guitarist playing professionally since the 1980s, and has performed with a variety of Blues legends that include George Thorogood, Johnny Winter, AC/DC, Buddy Whittington, Billy F. Gibbons, Joe Bonamassa, Elvin Bishop, and Buddy Guy along with many other notable musicians.

Growing up around Dallas, Texas, Jim had lots of opportunities to see many great guitar performances, including the likes of Anson Funderburgh, Stevie Ray Vaughan, Jimmie Vaughan, Bugs Henderson, and Rocky Hill. These early inspirations has helped produce an outstanding blues guitarist.

Jim plays with his band Monkey Beat. Since 1999, Jim has also been the lead guitarist for George Thorogood and the Destroyers, appearing on every release since then. We are lucky to have Jim Suhler stop by to play for us at the Beaches Museum Chapel.

Ticket Details

Scheduled for Monday, February 9, from 7:00 P.M. to 9:00 P.M.

Tickets for the event are available at www.BeachesMuseum.org/tickets. Concert at 7 P.M.

For information about the event, please visit BeachesMuseum.org or call 904-241-5657.

Join us for a night of wonderful and unique music and the most inviting and intimate atmosphere in Jacksonville, the Beaches Museum Chapel.

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About The Beaches Museum & History Park

Beaches Museum & History Park is operated by the Beaches Area Historical Society at Pablo Historical Park, Jacksonville Beach, Florida.

The mission of the Beaches Area Historical Society is to nurture civic pride for the distinct history of the Beaches, while providing education, information and entertainment for those who live, work and vacation in our communities.

The Beaches Museum & History Park is located at 381 Beach Boulevard in Jacksonville Beach. To Learn more about the Beaches Museum & History Park, please visit our website at www.BeachesMuseum.org

Contact:

Cultural Council of Greater Jacksonville Beaches Museum And History Park

Beaches Museum & History Park
381 Beach Blvd.
Jacksonville Beach, FL. 32250

904.241.5657 BeachesMuseum@gmail.com

This mailing is partially funded by the Cultural Council of Greater Jacksonville.

Beaches Museum & History Park is operated by the Beaches Area Historical Society, Inc., a 501(c)(3) Corporation Registration # CH1597. Your donation is tax deductible to the full extent allowed by law. A copy of the official registration and financial information may be obtained from the Division of Consumer Services by calling toll-free (800-435-7352) within the State of Florida. Registration does not imply endorsement, approval, or recommendation by the State.

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Ritz Chamber Players Concert at Chapel

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Ritz Chamber Players Concert at Chapel Ritz Chamber Players

The Beaches Museum and History Park is pleased to announce an upcoming concert to be performed by The Ritz Chamber Players.

Those unfamiliar with the ensemble will be pleased to learn of the existence of this group whose members have performed at such prestigious organizations as the New York Philharmonic, the Boston Symphony, Carnegie Hall and others. The group’s international radio debut made via the BBC World Service and WYCN in New York reached more than 40 countries.

The Chamber Players are perhaps unique in their focus on exceedingly artistic and informed interpretation of the works of African American composers.

The concert is scheduled for Tuesday, February 17, from 6:30 to 8:00 PM in the Beaches Chapel. Doors open at 6:00 PM and seating is limited. Admission is free, although a $10 donation is encouraged to promote future events.

Join us for a night of wonderful and unique music and the most inviting and intimate atmosphere in Jacksonville.

For information about the event, please visit BeachesMuseum.org or call 904-241-5657.

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About The Beaches Museum & History Park

Beaches Museum & History Park is operated by the Beaches Area Historical Society at Pablo Historical Park, Jacksonville Beach, Florida.

The mission of the Beaches Area Historical Society is to nurture civic pride for the distinct history of the Beaches, while providing education, information and entertainment for those who live, work and vacation in our communities.

The Beaches Museum & History Park is located at 381 Beach Boulevard in Jacksonville Beach. To Learn more about the Beaches Museum & History Park, please visit our website at www.BeachesMuseum.org

Contact:

Beaches Museum And History Park Cultural Council of Greater Jacksonville

Beaches Museum & History Park
381 Beach Blvd.
Jacksonville Beach, FL. 32250

904.241.5657 BeachesMuseum@gmail.com

This mailing is partially funded by the Cultural Council of Greater Jacksonville.

Beaches Museum & History Park is operated by the Beaches Area Historical Society, Inc., a 501(c)(3) Corporation Registration # CH1597. Your donation is tax deductible to the full extent allowed by law. A copy of the official registration and financial information may be obtained from the Division of Consumer Services by calling toll-free (800-435-7352) within the State of Florida. Registration does not imply endorsement, approval, or recommendation by the State.

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Beaches Museum to open Palm Valley Exhibit

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Palm Valley PostcardJACKSONVILLE BEACH, FL-The upcoming Beaches Museum exhibit will have something for everyone interested in Beaches history.

“Palmettos, Piers & Pioneers”, tells the story of Palm Valley, and on February 19, you can join some of that areas most well-known residents for opening night festivities in the Museum lobby. Admission to the opening night party is free, but donations are appreciated.

From 6:00 to 7:30 P.M. you will enjoy the tastes and sounds of old Palm Valley as you mingle with local authors and historians. The exhibit itself runs from February 19 through April 5, and admission is free.

This quiet community is alive with history and stories from the early Spanish settlers to the pioneers who called it home and the families who protect its legacy today, this quiet community is alive with history and [memorable] stories. Join us as we travel through the areas of Palm Valley-Twenty Mile Station, Palm Valley Bridge, the Neck, Mickler’s Pier, Diego Plains and Palm Valley Landing,-and learn about the families and industries that have shaped this community.

For more information, please call 904-241-5657, or e-mail info@BeachesMuseum.org.

About The Beaches Museum & History Park

Beaches Museum & History Park is operated by the Beaches Area Historical Society at Pablo Historical Park, Jacksonville Beach, Florida.

The mission of the Beaches Area Historical Society is to nurture civic pride for the distinct history of the Beaches, while providing education, information and entertainment for those who live, work and vacation in our communities.

The Beaches Museum & History Park is located at 381 Beach Boulevard in Jacksonville Beach. To Learn more about the Beaches Museum & History Park, please visit our website at www.BeachesMuseum.org

Glenn Layton Homes Palm Valley Community Assoc Chao Picture Framing

Contact:

Beaches Museum & History Park
381 Beach Blvd.
Jacksonville Beach, FL. 32250

904.241.5657 BeachesMuseum@gmail.com

Beaches Museum And History Park Cultural Council of Greater Jacksonville

This mailing is partially funded by the Cultural Council of Greater Jacksonville.

Beaches Museum & History Park is operated by the Beaches Area Historical Society, Inc., a 501(c)(3) Corporation Registration # CH1597. Your donation is tax deductible to the full extent allowed by law. A copy of the official registration and financial information may be obtained from the Division of Consumer Services by calling toll-free (800-435-7352) within the State of Florida. Registration does not imply endorsement, approval, or recommendation by the State.

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Beaches Museum Announces Major New Benefactor

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The Beaches Museum & History Park’s newest exhibit, “Palmettos, Piers and Pioneers”, opened to a record crowd of more than 200 guests on Thursday, February 19. The exhibit shares the history and stories of the area as told by some of its most well-known residents and historians. Items on display include the original control panel of the Palm Valley draw bridge and the badge worn by Deputy Sheriff William “Willie” Mickler along with dozens of family photos, heirlooms and even taxidermy animals from the area.

In addition to celebrating the opening, the announcement of a new major benefactor to the Museum was made. The Lead Gift for the moving of the Oesterreicher-McCormick Homestead, an 1873 cracker cabin currently located in Palm Valley, was made by Thomas LeNoble. It recognizes and honors the memory of his parents, Mary and Victor LeNoble. Thomas LeNoble grew up in Jacksonville Beach and attended both San Pablo Elementary School and Fletcher High School.

Mr. LeNoble simultaneously made a second generous gift to establish the LeNoble Endowment for the Preservation and Renovation of the Historic Buildings in the History Park. This was also announced at the Opening.

“The parents inspired, the son responded and we will all benefit from the results!” said Suzanne McCormick Taylor, co-chair of the capital campaign for the cabin move and daughter of the Historical Society’s founder, Jean Haden McCormick. “It’s been so gratifying to see the generosity of our community for saving and preserving our historic buildings. We look forward to continuing to grow the Endowment in order to take the best care possible of these treasures in the future”.

The Palm Valley exhibit will be open until April 22 and admission is free. The move of the Oesterreicher-McCormick Cabin is expected to take place in March

Palm Valley Exhibit Commottee: L to R, Sarah Jackson, Donna Mickler Wilson, Greg Leonard, Deborah Andrews, Sid Mickler, Suzanne McCormick Taylor, Rick Helmick, Michel Oesterreicher, Wade McCormick. Not in photo: Neil McGuinness

Palm Valley Exhibit Commottee: L to R, Sarah Jackson, Donna Mickler Wilson, Greg Leonard, Deborah Andrews, Sid Mickler, Suzanne McCormick Taylor, Rick Helmick, Michel Oesterreicher, Wade McCormick. Not in photo: Neil McGuinness

For more information, please call 904-241-5657, or e-mail info@BeachesMuseum.org.

Glenn Layton Homes Palm Valley Community Assoc
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About The Beaches Museum & History Park

Beaches Museum & History Park is operated by the Beaches Area Historical Society at Pablo Historical Park, Jacksonville Beach, Florida.

The mission of the Beaches Area Historical Society is to nurture civic pride for the distinct history of the Beaches, while providing education, information and entertainment for those who live, work and vacation in our communities.

The Beaches Museum & History Park is located at 381 Beach Boulevard in Jacksonville Beach. To Learn more about the Beaches Museum & History Park, please visit our website at www.BeachesMuseum.org

Contact:

Beaches Museum & History Park
381 Beach Blvd.
Jacksonville Beach, FL. 32250

904.241.5657 BeachesMuseum@gmail.com

Beaches Museum And History Park Cultural Council of Greater Jacksonville

This mailing is partially funded by the Cultural Council of Greater Jacksonville.

Beaches Museum & History Park is operated by the Beaches Area Historical Society, Inc., a 501(c)(3) Corporation Registration # CH1597. Your donation is tax deductible to the full extent allowed by law. A copy of the official registration and financial information may be obtained from the Division of Consumer Services by calling toll-free (800-435-7352) within the State of Florida. Registration does not imply endorsement, approval, or recommendation by the State.

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Concert Series – Tim and Myles Thompson

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 Tim And Myles ThompsonThe Beaches Museum proudly brings back for a return performance the music act that started the sell-outs. Tim & Myles Thompson will perform live at the Beaches Museum Chapel on Thursday, March 19th, 2015

from 7:00 to 9:30 P.M.

Tim Thompson … 2008 INTERNATIONAL FREESTYLE GUITARIST OF THE YEAR … playing with his gifted son Myles on the violin. This duo sings and plays everything from swamp blues to jazz to rock to even classical. This group sold out their Chapel Concert in 2014 and began a series of unique and very successful Chapel Concerts.

With only 120 seats available, the Beaches Museum Chapel provides an intimate musical experience in a historic setting. In anticipation of good weather, a dinner and social hour will occur prior to the concert with food from MoJo’s Southern Soul BBQ Kitchen in the park surrounding the Chapel.

A suggested donation of $10 for a MoJo’s Kitchen BBQ Dinner. Dinner and Social at 6 P.M., concert starts at 7 P.M.

Tickets are $20 in advance and $25 day of show. This performance is part of the Beaches Museum & History Park’s continuing effort to provide a wide variety of activities of interest to the residents of the beaches and greater Jacksonville.

Tickets for the event are available at www.BeachesMuseum.org/tickets.
For information about the event, please visit BeachesMuseum.org or call 904-241-5657.

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About The Beaches Museum & History Park

Beaches Museum & History Park is operated by the Beaches Area Historical Society at Pablo Historical Park, Jacksonville Beach, Florida.

The mission of the Beaches Area Historical Society is to nurture civic pride for the distinct history of the Beaches, while providing education, information and entertainment for those who live, work and vacation in our communities.

The Beaches Museum & History Park is located at 381 Beach Boulevard in Jacksonville Beach. To Learn more about the Beaches Museum & History Park, please visit our website at www.BeachesMuseum.org

Contact:

Beaches Museum & History Park
381 Beach Blvd.
Jacksonville Beach, FL. 32250

904.241.5657 BeachesMuseum@gmail.com

Cultural Council of Greater Jacksonville Beaches Museum And History Park

This mailing is partially funded by the Cultural Council of Greater Jacksonville.

Beaches Museum & History Park is operated by the Beaches Area Historical Society, Inc., a 501(c)(3) Corporation Registration # CH1597. Your donation is tax deductible to the full extent allowed by law. A copy of the official registration and financial information may be obtained from the Division of Consumer Services by calling toll-free (800-435-7352) within the State of Florida. Registration does not imply endorsement, approval, or recommendation by the State.

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Beaches Museum
381 Beach Boulevard
Jacksonville Beach, Florida 32250