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Redbones Dog Bakery and Boutique boasts a bevy of fresh treats to appease canine appetites, with a menu ranging from cheddar and garlic studded cheesy bones ($5.99/half-pound) to scoops of peanut butter and banana frozen dogurt ($1.50). Crunchy mint and parsley breath mints ($5.99) transform the panting mouths of halitosis-stricken hounds into vessels of aromatherapy, and indecisive hound handlers can purchase a half-pound assortment of Redbones’ most popular concoctions ($5.99). All treats are baked fresh daily and sweetened naturally with honey, vanilla, and banana rather than sugar.
809 S 8th St
Fernandina Beach,
FL
US
The experienced instructors at The Club in Yulee whip bodies into shape with Zumba and Les Mills aerobic classes. Like a dumbbell-infused game of Simon Says, one-hour BodyPump workouts boost body discipline and challenge major muscle groups with squats, presses, lifts, and curls. Similarly demanding, RPM indoor-cycling treks tax lungs and spinning legs with an exacting cardio routine over a variety of simulated terrains, and BodyFlow sessions soothe stresses and improve core strength with moves from tai chi, yoga, and Pilates. Participants can burn calories with fiery dance steps and up-tempo Latin tunes during Zumba dance classes, which, unlike waltz boxing, combine workouts and dancing without the possibility of rejection from punching bags. To accommodate busy bees and busy humans, classes are scheduled throughout the week with convenient early-morning and evening classes.
96030 Lofton Square Ct
Yulee,
FL
US
Amelia Island Chamber Music Festival is celebrating a decade of musical performances with a season of world-class concerts such as the June 8 show featuring the Grammy-award-winning sextet eighth blackbird. Attendees may pick up their two general-admission tickets at will-call before settling into their seats to take in a performance more mellifluous and theatrical than a troupe of circus cats harmonizing in the shower. Marvel at displays of mental and physical dexterity as eighth blackbird’s members harmonize through six pieces, often playing from memory on flute, clarinet, viola, cello, and piano. The Amelia Island Chamber Music Festival will continue through June 19, with a full schedule of similarly inspiring and enjoyable performances, including chamber ensembles, tango and flamenco, American roots music, and jazz.
1890 S 14th St
Fernandina Beach,
FL
US
Liberty Tax Service's armada of certified public accountants swoops in to rescue taxpayers from the onslaught of numbers, paperwork, and quadratic equations that overwhelms during tax season. Beyond computerized tax preparation and electronic filing during the months preceding April 15, clients can count on the company's expertise during an audit, through a correspondence with the IRS or state agencies, or while finding the best games living inside their graphic calculators. Liberty Tax Service also benefits community members outside of the office by sponsoring Relay for Life, a race benefitting the American Cancer Society, and by collecting unwanted cell phones and sending them to soldiers overseas.
474268 East State Road 200
Fernandina Beach,
FL
US
At Therapy for Living, licensed mental health and wellness specialists tackle problems from neck and back pain to struggles with assertiveness. Lori Beard heads the team, drawing on her masters degree in mental health counseling during therapy sessions geared toward issues such as marital strife and loneliness.
1544 Ruskin Lane
Fernandina Beach,
FL
US
Culling from a lengthy list of quality vendors, Absolute Fabrics and Home dolls up area domiciles with furniture, accents, and home décor. Tables can guard their precious finishes by strewing a set of six recycled coasters ($22) that pave a path around the shapely Juliska pewter-finish bowl ($38). Surround memories in artful design with picture frames adorned with turquoise flowers ($24), ringed with stripes ($22.50), or hewn from silver and bone ($48). Potted silk hydrangeas ($38) proffer perennial interior foliage, and an elegant Kim Seybert coral votive holder ($48), crafted out of gilded beads, cradles delicate flames in oceanic arms that evoke peaceful tide pools and clown-fish hotels.
1027 S 8th St
Fernandina Beach,
FL
US
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