This fair celebrates the annual 'coming back to the island' of friends and family. It is one of the largest events on The Berry Islands' calendar. The fun-filled day starts at sunrise with a White Elephant Sale; quality items will be available at inexpensive prices. There will be lots and lots of food, drinks, games and fun, plus a Marching Band and Junkanoo performances. The highlight of the event is the Grand Raffle, where you can snag a really good prize.
This reception is held in honor of our Second-home Owners, and will feature a variety of Pot Luck dishes prepared by them and the locals. There will be Junkanoo and cultural performances and gift bags will be presented to the Second-home Owners. R. N. Gomez School, along with Ripples of Hope, will offer an Art Auction featuring the work of students and second-home owners. Proceeds will go to the school.
This event is organized by community leaders to encourage exercise for maintaining healthy bodies, and to clean up harmful debris from the beaches to preserve their pristine beauty. Numerous groups comb the beaches for plastic, cans and other refuse items that are harmful to humans, beach, and sea life. After that, there is a fun picnic with eats, drinks, and games.
The Fun, Run Walk starts from R. N. Gomez School in Bullock's Harbour, ending at Dannenberg Beach. Prizes are given to the top three winners in each category.
Every Thursday, you can purchase a hot and delicious pizza, but it is advisable to preorder a day in advance.
Every Saturday, you can enjoy grilled food, plus a variety of drinks.
We are located near the Public Park.
Every Friday, you can enjoy a variety of grilled meats and drinks at the Great Harbour Cay Marina.
Every Thursday, you can enjoy fried fish and other local dishes. Located opposite the Great Harbour Cay Airport.
You can enjoy the fish fry experience every Tuesday night, plus fresh conch salad every night.
Location is just before you reach St. Bartholomew Anglican Church.
Second home owners and Winter visitors gather to celebrate being out of the frigid temperatures of North America and also have an opportunity for social interaction with the locals. It includes a street festival, arts, souvenirs, food, drinks, and game vendors.
This festival will feature all aspects of Bahamian culture, from music to dance, food, arts, and poetry, plus Bahamian past-time competitions.
The event is organized by The Bahamas Ministry of Tourism and The Berry Islands Tourism Advisory Board.