The goal of the farmers’ market is to showcase all that Eleuthera has to offer, from the farm to the local handmade crafts. It is held on the first and third Saturday of the month.
Eleuthera & Harbour Island
This annual festival is designed to provide an impressive display for visitors and locals by decorating each tree on Bay Street with festive white Christmas lights. Lighting of the trees takes place on the first Friday in December. There is also a live band performance followed by a Junkanoo rush-out ending the night!
The purpose of this initiative is to clean up and beautify the entire Island, in addition to creating community awareness about the benefits of a clean environment; it helps to protect the destination's natural resources and provide an attractive, safe destination for visitors.
This event attracts family and friends back to the community to celebrate with cultural activities, food, drinks, live band performances and games.
This festival was designed to bring nationals and visitors to Wemyss Bight to celebrate and reminisce about bygone days. It features talent shows, Bahamian food and drinks, live band performances and local crafts.
Experience one of the largest racing events in The Islands of The Bahamas, with Class A, B, and C native sailing sloops taking to the waters off North Eleuthera, Harbour Island, and Spanish Wells. The onshore activities include a church service, cultural shows, Bahamian food and drinks, and nightly entertainment with live band performances.
This event is held to showcase antique cars that are in The Bahamas.
This event is organized by the Cancer Society Eleuthera. Proceeds will assist their efforts to create awareness, provide education, research advocacy, prevention, care and a cure for cancer. The Walk begins in Tarpum Bay, South Eleuthera
Descendants of Tarpum Bay and visitors gather for fun activities that will include a Junkanoo rush-out, cultural/talent shows, native food and drinks. Proceeds will go towards community projects.
This event celebrates the community of Hatchet Bay, its heritage and culture, with a goal to foster a closer relationship with its descendants. Activities include marching band performances, worship, a Little Miss Hatchet Bay Beauty Pageant and games. Proceeds will go towards community projects.