Discovery Day Homecoming Festival

This festival encourages San Salvadorians worldwide to come home and celebrate Discovery Day, which commemorates the first landfall of the great navigator Christopher Columbus, on October 12, 1492. He renamed the Island of Guanahani to San Salvador meaning "Holy Saviour." The activities include Bahamian food and drink for sale, cultural performances, gospel concerts, plus live entertainment by local and visiting artists.

                                  

Organization / Contact:
Mr. Quintin Jones/ Miss. Nechae Smith
Phone:
(242) 452-0093
Venue:
Graham's Harbour
Event Location Coordinates:

Address

Queen's Highway
United Estates San Salvador
Island:

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