The official signing of a host country agreement, which will allow the Island of Grand Bahama to host Design Caribbean 2013, took place at the Ministry for Grand Bahama January 11, 2013.
The Bahamas: Events
Junior Junkanoo Coordinator (JJC) Marsha Stubbs revealed that this year’s parade is set to hit the streets on February 2, 2013.
Chic Bahamas Weddings, destination wedding planner, recently added The Flying Fish Restaurant to its list of wedding locations.
The New Providence Development Company Ltd (NPDCo) shops at the Old Fort Bay Town Centre in Western New Providence, anchored by the successful Solomon’s Fresh Market, opened their doors way past closing time to welcome 500 plus guests to their first annual Christmas Extravaganza.
Minister of State for Investments, Khaalis Rolle was the guest speaker at the Caribbean Association of Investment Promotion Agencies (CAIPA) awards banquet.
The comprehensive two day summit is being sponsored under the broad theme, “Delivering Competitiveness and Growth in the Changing Global Economy.”
Chairman of the Antiquities Monuments and Museums Corporation (AMMC) Courtney Strachan has announced plans to reopen Fort Montagu on Saturday, December 1.
A photo exhibition detailing the life, struggles and career of former Speaker of the House of Assembly and Governor-General of the Commonwealth of The Bahamas, Sir Clifford Darling, is expected to highlight activities planned to celebrate November as Sir Clifford Darling’s Month by the Englerston community.
Agricultural cooperatives and producer organisations came into focus during the Bahamas’ celebration of World Food Day, showcasing the role cooperatives play in improving food security and contributing to the eradication of hunger.