Tag Archives: Bill Belleville


A Former Navy Pilot, Historian, Researcher, and Documentary Filmmaker Will Present Their Unique Stories From cheating death while piloting a supersonic Tomcat fighter aircraft, to celebrating the wild side of Florida, to the controversial history of Florida’s Cross Barge Canal, library visitors will have a wide range of fascinating topics to pick from in this fall’s lineup of author presentations. All events are free and open to the public. AUTHOR:     , “Topgun Days” WHEN:    Saturday, Oct. 3, 1 p.m. WHERE: Beaches Branch Library, 600 3rd St., Neptune Beach – 32266 A former instructor at the Navy’s elite Topgun Fighter Weapons School and …

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Peace of Blue: Water Journeys

Event: Peace of Blue: book group discussion where: St. Johns Riverkeeper offices, Jacksonville University when: November 18, 6pm info: www.stjohnsriverkeeper.org/events/river-reads-bookgroup-peace-of-blue-water-journeys-by-bill-belleville When it comes to celebrating Florida’s wild places, author  has become an authority. From documentaries of deep underground cave explorations to articles and books about journeys through Florida’s remaining natural havens, Belleville uniquely speaks to Florida waters. Belleville’s latest book, , allows readers to follow along on journeys that most will never be able to take themselves. Peace is a collection of narrative essays in which the author describes his experiences hiking, paddling, snorkeling, and diving throughout Florida and the …

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