The fair opens at noon on Saturday and runs until midnight with music throughout the evening, including performances by Geno D, Sammy Star, Rick Carey, Dyson Knight, Spank Band, Rhythm Band, Sonovia Pierre, Osano Neely and Funky D. Both the Royal Bahamas Police Band and Royal Bahamas Defence Force Band will perform with the Defence Force expecting to share a musical tribute to Sir Sidney Poitier that they wrote for his recent 92nd birthday.
This annual charity event, the first of its kind for local maritime sport, benefits the Bahamas National Trust. It initially started in 2016 with 26 participating boats and has now grown to over 70 boats.
Hundreds of boating enthusiasts — personal boat owners, commercial boat charters, engineers and mechanics, captains, and beach-goers — ride in a convoy of powerboats departing from Nassau Harbour (New Providence) and traveling to the northern islands of Eleuthera.
In an effort to resolve the issue of Marine Debris, the Ocean Conservancy initiated the International Coastal Cleanup.
The cleanup event, focuses on collecting data on trash collected to find the source of marine debris.
This event takes place every year, the 3rd Saturday in September.
This two-week exhibition, organized by Viva Physio & Wellness, is a collaboration of art and social awareness for the network of people who give their time, love, and energy to those undergoing treatment for or having succumbed to Breast Cancer.
Bahamas Hope Challenge was established to raise hope and resources for Bahamians fighting cancer. The event has been held annually since 2006 and includes cycling, running, and great participant activities that span the weekend. One of the most successful charitable sporting events in The Bahamas, the organizers are very proud that every participant-raised dollar is applied to programs. Ride and Run for Hope has been described as "best run", "memorable", and "must do" by its many repeat participants
A five(5) mile Fun Run/Walk will be held starting at the cork tree in James Cistern to the Governor's Harbour International Airport runway and back. This year is for bragging rights. 1st, 2nd and 3rd place trophies will be given. All proceeds are donated to the Cancer Society of Eleuthera Branch.
This weekend jazz concert will provide a showcase for Bahamian musicians and feature a variety of international artists. All profits from this event will benefit the Haynes Library.
This annual event is spearheaded by the P.T.A. of Windermere High School and proceeds will assist the school with repairs.
This event is sponsored by the Cancer Society Of Eleuthera. In addition to lighting of the Christmas Tree, there will be dancing, live music, and poetry readings.
This activity is designed to educate the community about sustainability and the importance of protecting their natural resources – the environment and the coastline. The clean-up will focus on beaches, harbors and marinas