This event will also feature a Junkanoo rush-out battle of the High School Bands between Central Eleuthera and Preston Albury High School Bands, and the guest speaker will be Rev. Bishop William Thompson.
On this occasion, winter residents and locals come together in celebration and exchange of various cultures, to foster a stronger bond between them, and to encourage Winter Residents who live in Andros to promote Andros and The Bahamas as a number one tourist destination.
This event welcomes back all of our homeowners who return to the island every year for sunshine, leaving the snow behind. Also Hotel Guests who have been visiting the Island every year at this time. It will be held at our San Salvador Tourist Office.
In appreciation for their continual support to the community, the Ministry of Tourism welcomes our visitors, winter residents and cruising community. There is Bahamian music by local entertainers, succulent native dishes, treats and lots more. Come and bring the whole family to a delightful afternoon of tea, pastriesand Bahamian hospitality on Great Exuma.
This welcome reception is hosted by the Harbour Island Tourist Office to welcome all guests to the island and say thank you for choosing the destination.
This social gathering features a variety of food and drinks specially prepared for the occasion, plus a Junkanoo performance. Long time visitors will be honored and there will be an art show featuring paintings and crafts made by second-home owners and local student artists. There will also be raffles, auctions, and gift giving.
Second home owners and Winter visitors gather to celebrate being out of the frigid temperatures of North America and also have an opportunity for social interaction with the locals. It includes a street festival, arts, souvenirs, food, drinks, and game vendors.
Promoted by the Ministry of Tourism, this event is held annually in efforts of allowing the local People-to-People ambassadors to mix and mingle with the visitors and winter residents. This year’s event will be held at the Coco Beach Bar in Treasure Cay and will feature traditional Bahamian foods, music and cultural performances.
This red carpet event theme is " Celebrate life, you are a survivor! " which represents the strength of Cancer Survivors and will feature exciting live entertainment. All proceeds will benefit The Cancer Society Eleuthera Branch.
The local people get the opportunity to interact with the winter residents during this time. The highlights of this event are our culture inclusive of Bahamian food and music, native fashion show, and junkanoo. Vendors will be displaying authentically Bahamian crafts that they have made.
This will be an all-day event beginning at 9:00am featuring a careers fair with the various government departments, hotels and industry partners showcasing what they do at their establishments. Schools from the various settlements will be invited to visit and participate.