Join the folks at the Hatchet Bay Clinic as they enjoy a day of fun walking, running, and riding to encourage people within the community to practice healthy living.
This event is in celebration of CTI’s anniversary. There will be a junkanoo rush-out, local farmers and artisans with their products and produce on display, delicious food, fun and games for everyone.
The Pineapple Festival is a yearly celebration in the Gregory Town, Eleuthera area. During this time descendants return home to visit relatives and friends that they haven't seen in a long time. This is a time when the pineapple farmers get a chance to see their great harvest on display in a variety of ways. This also demonstrates the determination of our local farmers to keep the pineapple crop growing on our island for generations to come.
The market is open every Thursday from 10:00am-3:00pm and offers an assortment of uniquely Bahamian products such as straw bags, hats, mats, shell jewelry, octis organics teas, seasonings and much more.
Come and get the best food in town each and every Saturday until Easter. Guests DJ'S every week.
Come and celebrate our 10th Anniversary International Edition from 8:00am to 4:00pm with the following events junkanoo rushout, local farmers with the finest farm to table in fruits, vegetables and herbs, local artisans with an assortment of uniquely Bahamian teas, straw work and shell jewelry, kid's corner, petting zoo, upcycling school competition, great food and much more.
Bring the whole family, this is an event you don't want to miss.
Come and enjoy a fun filled day of Bahamian Culture as you dance the night away to the pulsating sounds of goat skin drums,cowbells and whistles.
This event is in honour of Mr. Daniel Decosta and begins at 12 noon.
The Junkanoo parade begins at 7:00 p.m.
This event will be showcasing works by more than 25 artists and artisans and will feature art from Mr. Eddie Minnis and family. You can also enjoy a selection of fine wines, signature bites, live performances and art experiences.
Admission: Adults $15.00 BNT Members $10.00 Children $3.00
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.