Local residents and visitors from other islands come together to interact and enjoy cultural activities, Bahamian music, food, drinks and games.
The purpose of this event is to foster a closer relationship with the descendants and the community of James Cistern. Activities include live band performances, cultural show, miss and little miss beauty pageant, Bahamian food and drinks.
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 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.
Come out and join the Warriors Junkanoo Practice each and every thursday night overlooking the water side. Watch as they beat the drums, shake to the cowbells, blow the whistles, blow the trumpets and dance the night away!
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.
Descendants of Tarpum Bay and visitors gather for fun activities that will include a Gospel Concert, Hat Show, Junkanoo rush-out and Competition, cultural/talent shows, native food and drinks. Proceeds will go towards community projects.
This event was designed to promote the Deep Creek settlement and to share its cultural heritage with the younger members of the community, descendants and visitors. It offers down home cooking, Rake and Scrape music, talent shows, arts and craft.
First introduced in 1988, this annual festival is a celebration of the tradition of pineapple farming in Eleuthera, and honors the pineapple farmers for their outstanding contributions to the community. It is designed around the harvesting of pineapples, to create awareness of this once lucrative and important agricultural heritage.
During this annual festival, the entire Fig Tree area on Bay Street is transformed into a "Backyard." Locals and visitors get together to celebrate Bahamian culture, music and crafts. It also features live band performances and a Junkanoo rush-out by two groups.