A Taste of Central Eleuthera

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. Music will also be provided by local entertainers. This is an event you don't want to miss.

Event Location Coordinates:
Organization / Contact:
Mrs. Vernita Bethel
Phone:
(242) 332-2720 , (242) 332-2851
Venue:
St. Patrick's Parish Hall

Address

Governor's Harbour Central Eleuthera

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