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Dec 16 2022 | 6 - 11pm

Fish Fry at Anchor Bay

The Governors Harbour Fish Fry is the place to be every Friday evening when on the island of Eleuthera. Locals and visitors enjoy having down-home food such as fried Jack or Snapper fish, Bbq chicken, or pork chops with sides such as peas and rice, baked macaroni, cole-slaw, and potato salad.
Dec 23 2022 | 6 - 11pm

Fish Fry at Anchor Bay

The Governors Harbour Fish Fry is the place to be every Friday evening when on the island of Eleuthera. Locals and visitors enjoy having down-home food such as fried Jack or Snapper fish, Bbq chicken, or pork chops with sides such as peas and rice, baked macaroni, cole-slaw, and potato salad.
Dec 25 2022

Christmas Day

The Christmas holiday is celebrated in The Bahamas with many carnivals and festivals. We also have adopted many of the same traditions and customs of other countries. These include gift-giving, feasting and sending Christmas cards.

Dec 26 2022

Boxing Day Holiday

This holiday was granted to slaves the day after Christmas, when they were given the boxes left over from their master’s gifts. These boxes usually were sent from England and were well-crafted from fine wood. Hence the holiday is known as Boxing Day.

Junkanoo parades take place on some islands to commemorate the day.

Dec 30 2022 | 6 - 11pm

Fish Fry at Anchor Bay

The Governors Harbour Fish Fry is the place to be every Friday evening when on the island of Eleuthera. Locals and visitors enjoy having down-home food such as fried Jack or Snapper fish, Bbq chicken, or pork chops with sides such as peas and rice, baked macaroni, cole-slaw, and potato salad.
Jan 6 2023 | 6pm - Jan 10 2023 | 12pm

Eleuthera Junkanoo Festival

Governors Harbour Cultural & Community Organization in conjunction with the Ministry of Tourism & Aviation presents Eleuthera Junkanoo Festival 2020. Come and enjoy a fun filled weekend with the whole family. This is an event you don't want to miss.

Jan 6 2023 | 6 - 11pm

Fish Fry at Anchor Bay

The Governors Harbour Fish Fry is the place to be every Friday evening when on the island of Eleuthera. Locals and visitors enjoy having down-home food such as fried Jack or Snapper fish, Bbq chicken, or pork chops with sides such as peas and rice, baked macaroni, cole-slaw, and potato salad.
Jan 10 2023

Majority Rule Day

Majority Rule Day became a public holiday in 2014. It commemorates The Bahamas gaining majority rule for the first time on January 10, 1967, symbolizing the promise of equality, a level playing field, and fair play for all Bahamians.

Along with the emancipation from slavery in 1836, and gaining Independence from Great Britain in 1973, the achievement of Majority Rule is considered one of the most important events in the history of the country.

Jan 13 2023 | 6 - 11pm

Fish Fry at Anchor Bay

The Governors Harbour Fish Fry is the place to be every Friday evening when on the island of Eleuthera. Locals and visitors enjoy having down-home food such as fried Jack or Snapper fish, Bbq chicken, or pork chops with sides such as peas and rice, baked macaroni, cole-slaw, and potato salad.
Jan 20 2023 | 6 - 11pm

Fish Fry at Anchor Bay

The Governors Harbour Fish Fry is the place to be every Friday evening when on the island of Eleuthera. Locals and visitors enjoy having down-home food such as fried Jack or Snapper fish, Bbq chicken, or pork chops with sides such as peas and rice, baked macaroni, cole-slaw, and potato salad.
Jan 27 2023 | 6 - 11pm

Fish Fry at Anchor Bay

The Governors Harbour Fish Fry is the place to be every Friday evening when on the island of Eleuthera. Locals and visitors enjoy having down-home food such as fried Jack or Snapper fish, Bbq chicken, or pork chops with sides such as peas and rice, baked macaroni, cole-slaw, and potato salad.
Mar 2 2023

Annual Second Homeowners/ Winter Residents Reception

The annual Eleuthera Second Homeowners & Winter Residents Reception is a way for us here on Eleuthera to demonstrate our appreciation to those who chose our island as their second home. There will be live entertainment, locally made souvenirs and crafts on display, as well as down-home Bahamian eats and drinks.