Meeting with Nassau County Bartram Trail Committee

The Bartram Trail Society of Florida will be meeting with the Committee to discuss development of the Bartram Trail in Nassau County. The Society has helped identify and locate various Bartram Sites within the county, primarily on Amelia Island and has prepared some preliminary maps and proposed signage for the Trail. The Society has applied

Amelia Island Museum of History

The Bartram Trail Society will be presenting at the Amelia Island Museum of History on Saturday October 21, as a part of the Museum’s 3rd on 3rd lecture series. Society President Sam Carr will be presenting a lecture on Amelia Island’s William Bartram Heritage at the Museum at 6:00 in the evening. (10/21) Home -

St. Johns Riverkeeper Black Creek Eco-Fest

St. Johns Riverkeeper Black Creek Eco-Fest. The Bartram Trail Society will host a display at the Black Creek Eco-Fest on Sunday, October 23. Clay County Parks and Recreation has partnered with St. Johns Riverkeeper to bring you the first annual Black Creek EcoFest. This event will focus on the ecology and history of Black Creek

Palatka Fall Festival

This is an event sponsored by the City of Palatka and the City’s Police Athletic League that will feature the City’s William Bartram Heritage. The Society will have an information booth at the event and will staff guided Riverboat tours during the event.

Marina building on the City’s Riverfront

On November 5, the City of Palatka will hold a dedication ceremony for the naming of the marina building on the City’s Riverfront. The building will be official designated as the “Mary Lawson Brown Marina.” The Society will be attending and participating in the Dedication.

Palatka Riverfront

The William Bartram Chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution Bartram Historic Marker Dedication. On November 11, the Palatka Chapter of the DAR will host a dedication ceremony for the newest Bartram historical marker on the Palatka Riverfront.  The ceremony is open to the Public.