Bragging rights are the order of the day as reputations and hundreds of thousands of dollars in prizes and cash are up for grabs in the third leg of the tournament. Held in Harbour Island, participants, along with their family and friends, will have the choice of relaxing on one of the best beaches in the Caribbean or enjoying a variety of other activities.
Eleuthera & Harbour Island
Come and join in the fun at our Spring tea, hat party and fashion show and win special prizes and surprises for the funniest hat, best decorated hat and table. Part proceeds in aid of the Eleuthera Cancer Society. Tickets are on sale for $25.00
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 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. 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.
This homecoming brings the descendants of Upper Bogue back home to enjoy a weekend of fun with family and friends. Entertainment include live band performances, Bahamian music,food and drinks.
This festival attracts local people and visitors for a fun filled weekend. Activities include Junkanoo, live band performances, native dishes and games.
Every Friday Night the Governor's Harbour Development Association holds a Fish Fry at Anchor Bay in Governor's Harbour. This event attracts many tourists and locals every week. Proceeds from the event benefit the annual Homecoming and various projects within the community.
Class B and C sailing sloops will compete in a series of races.
This annual event is designed to spotlight Spanish Well's fishing industry and enhance the visitor experience. It features fishing tournaments, cycling race, live entertainment, games, delicious seafood dishes and drinks. Vendours will be selling locally made shell jewelry.
Local residents of John Millars, Bannerman Town and visitors from other islands come together to interact and enjoy cultural activities, Bahamian music, food, drinks and games.