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Information and news about events and opportunities in the Bahamas

  • Governor General welcomes James A. Pinder Primary of Sandy Point, Abaco, in courtesy call

    NASSAU, The Bahamas -- Students and teacher of James A. Pinder Primary School, Sandy Point, Abaco paid a courtesy call on Governor General Her Excellency Dame Marguerite Pindling at Government House on Thursday, March 24, 2016. (BIS Photo/Letisha Henderson)

  • St. Francis de Sales students from Abaco visit the Governor General

    NASSAU, The Bahamas -- Grades five and six students of St. Francis de Sales Catholic School, Abaco, paid a courtesy call on Governor General Her Excellency Dame Marguerite Pindling at Government House on Tuesday, March 15, 2016. (BIS Photo/Letisha Henderson)

  • Notice to Mariners - Abaco

    The Aids to Navigation Section of the Royal Bahamas Defence Force wishes to advise mariners that the following navigational lights on the island of Great Abaco and Cays have been relit. These lights are Great Guana Cay Light, Man O War Cay Light, Channel Cay Light and Hole-In-The-Wall Lighthouse.

    • The light at Great Guana Cay is situated at Latitude 26° 39.52’ N and Longitude 77° 06.94’ W
    • The light at Man O War Cay is situated at Latitude 26° 35.30’ N and Longitude 77° 00. 22’ W
    • The light at Channel Cay is situated at Latitude 26° 15.20’ N and Longitude 77° 37.70’ W
    • The light at Hole-In-The-Wall is situated at Latitude 25° 51.05’ N and Longitude 77° 11.02 W

    Any discrepancies with this or any navigational aid should be reported to the Royal Bahamas Defence Force at telephone number 362-3091 or by e-mail at

  • Major infrastructure improvements begin on Moore’s Island

    Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Works and Urban Development the Hon. Philip Davis speaks at the Community Town Meeting in Moore’s Island.MOORE’S ISLAND, Abaco – The Government has begun comprehensive infrastructure upgrade on Moore’s Island. The estimated $5-6 million developments are expected to transform the quaint and tranquil fishing community, replacing 30-year-old infrastructure, and preparing it for the 21st century.

    Road works, expansion of the airport runway, repairs to the seawall, replacement of water mains, and a new airport terminal and sports facility are among the projects.

    The Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Works and Urban Development the Hon. Philip Davis and the Minister of Youth, Sports and Culture, the Hon. Dr. Daniel Johnson led a Community Town Meeting at Greater Bethel Native Baptist Church, Monday, January 25, 2016 to discuss issues affecting the approximately 600 residents there.

    Also attending the meeting was Edison Key, Member of Parliament for Central and South Abaco; Senator Gary Sawyer; Colin Higgs, Permanent Secretary; Local Government members, senior Government officials; Lavon Harris-Smith, Administrator; and a technical team including representatives from the Ministries of Works and Development and Youth, Sports and Culture, the Departments of Fisheries, Civil Aviation, Lands and Surveys, Water and Sewerage Corporation, and private firms.

    The Deputy Prime Minister said the purpose of the meeting was to “allay any concerns of the residents that they were not just empty promises but rather promises that are being fulfilled as we speak.”

  • Songs, sand and sea: 4th annual Patrick Davis Hope Town Songwriters Festival takes over Elbow Cay February 16-21

    Photo Credit: Jon Coudriet HOPE TOWN, Abaco -- It’s one of the most anticipated annual events on Elbow Cay, where people from around the world come to enjoy warm weather, sea breezes and performances by some of Nashville’s best musical talents. The Fourth Annual Patrick Davis Hope Town Songwriters Festival will be held February 16 - 21, 2016, at locations on Elbow Cay and Lubber’s Quarters Cay.

    The festival will take place over six days at six one-of-a-kind venues with more than 15 talented Nashville-based singer/songwriters. Locations include Firefly Sunset Resort, Harbour’s Edge Restaurant, Abaco Inn, Sea Spray Resort and Marina, Hope Town Inn and Marina, and Lubbers’ Landing Resort. All of the week’s events are free and open to the public.

    Songwriters performing this year include artists such as: Grammy Winning Artist, Songwriter & Producer and founding member of the country super group SUGARLAND, Kristian Bush. Hits include "All I Want to Do", "Trailer Hitch", "Baby Girl" & many more. Sirius XM Radio’s “The Highway” artist JT Hodges, Django Walker, James Slater, Phillip Lammonds, Calynn Green, Tyler Reeve, Johnny Bulford, Macy Maloy, Chris Gelbuda, Matt Warren, Morgan Myles, American Idol’s Janell Wheeler, Bryson Jennings and festival host, Patrick Davis. For details on the performers visit

    But it’s not just a good time, it’s for a great cause. The festival is proud to announce that they will once again donate a portion of festival proceeds to the Hope Town Primary School and they will also make a donation to the very important Friends of the Environment Abaco. Last year's festival donated more than $10,000 to Hope Town Primary’s music program; with that donation the talented students were able to attain brand new instruments for the creation of their very own Junkanoo Band. There will be a live auction during one of the events where the funds will be raised.

    The 2016 festival sponsors include: Airgate Aviation, which will be providing flights to the performers, all music venues, Abaco Buzz and the Bahamian Brewery makers of Sands, Sands Light, Strong Back Stout, High Rock Lager, Bush Crack Beer and Triple B Malt.


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