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Movies Under the Stars April 7

March 27, 2017

The Queen’s Harbour Family Committee presents an evening of movies, food and great fun.  Movies will be shown on the Queen’s Harbour soccer field at 5pm, “Moana”, and 7:30pm, “Sing”.  Bounce houses will be open until sunset.  Admission is free but food from food trucks, The Salty Dog and Pie 95, will be available for …

Breaking Bad Health Habits; A New Year a New You

January 3, 2017

Please join Kym Dunton, a registered nurse from Baptist Health for a health talk. Kym will address making small changes that can change your life and lead to a healthier you.  Kym is a senior consultant for Women’s Health with a background in exercise physiology. Kym focuses on wellness and disease prevention through healthy lifestyle  …

Alzheimer’s is no Joke

August 30, 2016

As I read about Gene Wilder’s passing on August 29 at 83 years of age, I reflect upon his incredible contributions to comedy on stage and in film; his love of family and community. Like many of his fans, I was surprised to learn of Mr. Wilder’s three year struggle with Alzheimer’s that was a …

Birds on the 18th Hole

June 6, 2016

We have a premier Jacksonville golf course bordered by the Intracoastal Waterway that features tidal marshlands and century-old Spanish oak trees. Of all the Jacksonville golf courses, the challenge and scenery of Queen’s Harbour truly sets it apart as one of the finest. In addition, it provides a safe haven for exquisite wildlife, especially wildfowl. …

New Queens Harbour website

March 17, 2016

Welcome to the new Queens Harbour website.  After much discussion and planning, the decision was made to update the way we communicate with residents, buyers and realtors. We started with a clean slate and with some clear goals in mind. We wanted to: Positively impact community housing sales Promote engagement between residents and programs Create …

Harbour Lock Maintenance Complete

March 17, 2016

Queens Harbour completed a major overhaul of its lock system and related equipment. “The project went about as smooth as expected,” says Harbourmaster David Cawton. The first step was to set up coffer dams that hold back harbor and Intracoastal water. After the water inside the lock was drained, the large steel gates were removed …