Over 200 submissions were received regionally for the 2010 RBC/RBTT Caribbean Children’s Cancer Fund Art Competition in Trinidad with just six winning students receiving prizes.
The Bahamas: Entertainment
The Sunshine Pilot Club of Nassau is planning a Snow Ball – a grand event of festivity with proceeds going to support autism.
Forget school and hard work. Just go on a crime spree and you can become rich and famous in today’s crazy world.
The Rock ‘n’ Roll Fantasy Camp coming to Atlantis in February 2011 will feature rock music stars such as camp headliner Tommy Lee, along with 20 other rockers.
The Bel Canto Singers will be presenting its 2010 Christmastide performance, featuring aspiring American opera singer, Kali Wilder, at St. Andrews’ The Kirk.
One of the Bahamas’ Master Artists, Max Taylor, will be opening his second solo Art Exhibition of new acrylic paintings on paper entitled “Jazzblutings” at Doongalik Studios Marina Village at Paradise Island next Wednesday evening from 6-9 pm.
The Bahamas National Trust Christmas Jollification 2010, sponsored by Bristol Wines and Spirits is scheduled to be held at “The Retreat” (National Trust Headquarters) on Village Road Nov 20th and 21st.
Bahamas National Trust Executive Director, Eric Carey, Trust Education officer, Lynn Gape and Bristol wines and Spirits Wine Director Rusty Scates, all agreed that the 20th Annual Wine & Arts Festival held recently was ‘A grand event, well attended and a major fundraiser for the National Trust”.
Michael Pintard’s new play “Not My Good Child” is a timely drama, as it opens up dialogue on the cost of violence in Bahamian society, especially amongst the nation’s youth.