Hours: Mon - Sat: 10 am - 4 pm / Sun: 1 pm - 4 pm

Phone : 904.261.7378


The Amelia Island Museum of History’s Brown Bag Lunch lecture series presents lunchtime conversations with fascinating members of the Nassau County community. Join us at 12pm on the first Wednesday of every month to learn from the people who make our community so vibrant! Audience members may bring lunch to eat during the lectures. Attendance is free and open to the public.


Cuba Places / Cuba Faces: 10 Days in Our Neighbor’s Place

with Steve Leimberg

Wednesday, December 1st at 12 pm

To close out our temporary exhibit The Cuba Connection (on view through December 7), our December Brown Bag Lunch lecture with Steve Leimberg will celebrate Cuba’s visual vibrancy.

Amelia Island’s top fine arts photographer was recently privileged to share the splendors of Cuba for a length of time with a degree of freedom that few can now enjoy. He brings back his memories in the form of unique and stunning images of Cuba’s special places and breathtaking and intimate portraits of Cuba’s people. Don’t miss this visual no-passport or hotel reservations-needed trip to an incredible place!

Attendance is free and open to the public and attendants may bring their lunch. Seating is limited on a first come, first served basis. This program is wheelchair accessible.

For more information contact Summer Bias at 904-261-7378 x.102 or Summer@AmeliaMuseum.org.

Fusterland Singer by Steve Leimberg, UnSeenImages.com
(Image on right.)

Watch this program remotely on our Twitch Channel

For Future Programs check out our Event Calendar


“The History of Paper Making on Amelia Island”
with Eric Schmidt
November 2021

Eric Schmidt, Community Relations and Training lead for WestRock’s Fernandina Beach mill, will discuss the history of Container Corporation on the island, as well as WestRock’s contemporary papermaking process.

Visit our YouTube Channel for more of our Brown Bag Program videos

For questions or for more information please contact Curator Summer Bias via phone at

904.261.7378 x102 or via email at summer@ameliamuseum.org