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.
This is the first of an annual event, which will be sponsored by a different island in the southern Berry Islands each year, along with the Ministry of Tourism. Chub Cay is this year's host and the day of fun and socializing will include Bahamian delicacies, culture, music, a scavenger hunt and other games, in addition to the presentation of gifts to homeowners.
This event is organized by second home owners in The Berry Islands. It will feature Cuban food, music, and dancing under the stars.
This event will feature culinary competitions using conch; a variety of food made from conch; conch dance competitions; a presentation on conch conservation, plus Junkanoo, music, dancing and Bahamian games.
This two-day fundraiser starts on Sunday at 7:00 p.m. at St. Bartholomew Anglican Church. All other churches on the island are invited to participate, in addition to national performers. Easter will be celebrated in a concert of music, with gospel bands and liturgical dance groups.
On Easter Monday, there is a church fair at Dannenberg Beach, starting at 11:00 am. There will be delicious Bahamian food and drinks on sale (no alcohol), Junkanoo, a Kamalami Boat race, games and lots of beach fun for the entire family.
This fair celebrates the annual 'coming back to the island' of friends and family. It is one of the largest events on The Berry Islands' calendar. The fun-filled day starts at sunrise with a White Elephant Sale; quality items will be available at inexpensive prices. There will be lots and lots of food, drinks, games and fun, plus a Marching Band and Junkanoo performances. The highlight of the event is the Grand Raffle, where you can snag a really good prize.
This is a fundraising event, in support of the annual Acklins Regatta, to be held July 29-August 1, 2016.
Activities will include: music by a DJ, Live band, Rake N Scrape Band, Junkanoo, plus fire and limbo dancers. The festival will feature all aspects of Bahamian culture, from music to dance, food, arts, and poetry, plus Bahamian past-time competitions. The fun takes place 6:00 p.m. - 11:00 p.m.
This annual event is spearheaded by the five Methodist Churches in the Central Eleuthera Region of The Bahamas Conference of the Methodist Church. The aroma of delicious native dishes, mouth watering deserts and an assortment of drinks and teas will fill the air and the temptation to taste everything will be hard to resist. In addition to tasting all of the scrumptious food you can also purchase authentically Bahamian crafts, paintings and jewellery. This exciting festival attracts locals and visitors, for a down home flavor filled experience.
For the fifth year in a row, Hope Town, Elbow Cay, will come alive with the sound of music for the Annual Patrick Davis Songwriter's Festival. An all-star roster of talented songwriters will converge on a number of different venues to perform original songs. Hailing from Nashville, TN, headliner Patrick Davis will not only be performing on opening night, he’s also one of the producers of the six-day festival.