St. Matthew’s Players takes to the stage again in a three-scene comedy entitled “I ain’t Workin'” with proceeds going to the Diocesan Hurricane Relief Fund.
Fashion enthusiasts and art lovers anticipate the official launch of the “black-carpet event”, Fash|Art on Saturday 5th November, 2011, hosted at Doongalik Studios, Village Road.
The International Cultural Festival (ICF) will be held on October 22 & 23. The festival, now in its 6th year, will be held at the Botanical Gardens and will feature food and cultural expressions from over 30 countries.
Bahamas Speed Week Revival organizers announced today that one of the world’s leading international private financial institutions, Pictet Bank, has signed on as the official sponsor of the event’s gala banquet and Auction of Promises to benefit four Bahamian charities.
Entitled ‘Bahama Mama’, the exhibition will feature aspiring young Bahamian women artists some of whom have already made significant impact internationally.
Organizers of Bahamas Speed Week Revival 2011, charitable banquet sponsor Pictet Bank & Trust and beneficiaries of the gala ball paid a courtesy call on Governor General Sir Arthur Foulkes at Government House September 8.
The system was created to assist in the reservation of various government facilities that are used for sporting events, cultural events, meetings and recreational activities. .