Mutton is what Long Island is known for all over the Bahamas.
This exciting Homecoming Festival for the community of Pelican Point is held annually on Easter Monday.
Each year the festival attracts hundreds of visitors to the eastern end of the island to enjoy unlimited combinations of coconut creations.
The art of the coconut will be displayed in items including but not be limited to, coconut jimmy, coconut tart, jams and preserves and the Bahamian specialty, Gully Wash! Bahamian arts and crafts and coconut jewelry will also be available.
Come out and experience coconut in more ways than you can count!
This festival takes place on the waterfront, and is a time when all the artists of Andros, plus a few from Nassau, come together to showcase exquisite Bahamian items made from wood, straw, and shells. You can also enjoy local foods and Bahamian music.
Come join us this holiday weekend for our Annual Easter Tournament. Experience the excitement of our Fishing, Basketball, Pool and Dominoes Tournaments. There will be other activities, including Talent & Beauty Pageant, Easter Egg Hunt, Plaiting of the Maypole, Climbing of the Greasy Pole, Gospel Explosion (Easter Sunday), Cook-Out, Live D.J. entertainment at Club Scorpion, and much much more. Expect prizes and lots of surprises ....As you get to the point...stick to the point in Little Black Point.
Year after year, many party goers gather on the shores of Great Guana Cay to enjoy the sounds of the renowned musician performing in a live free concert. Not only is there great music featured at the event, but there is also amazing food and excellent drinks.
Every Saturday, Neely's offers down-home Bahamian cuisine, including conch and rice, fried fish, conch fritters, and conch salad. They are located under a tree, as the name implies, just off the causeway..
This event celebrates the opening of the national Lobster Season and includes a hunt for the invasive Lion Fish. On day one, prizes will be awarded for the largest lobster and most lion fish caught: start time 9:00 a.m. / end time 4:00 p.m. In the evening, there will be a variety of lobster entrees, lots of beverages, art, souvenirs, games, and dancing to Bahamian music: start time 6:00 p.m. / end time 11:00 p.m.
Everything indigenous to The Berry Islands is celebrated: Culture, People, Food, Drinks, etc. Residents and visitors participate in cultural heritage activities throughout the islands—Junkanoo, exciting Bahamian dance, music, a gospel concert, games, artistic exhibitions, souvenirs, food and drink, and a Kamalami Boat Race.