Search results for : books
Showing 161 to 170 of 1000 results
Wedding Planners,Wedding Supplies & Services,Printers (Commercial & Bulk),Party Supplies & Rentals,Florists,Party & Event Planning
- Columbus House, 2nd Floor, East & Shirley Streets
- Nassau / Paradise Island, Bahamas
Friday 26th April 2013 6:00 PM
"A Girl Called Nettie" Book Launch Friday, April 26, 2013 At 6pm You are cordially invited to join Netica Symonette at the official launch of her book "A Girl Called Nettie – A Memoir of Fate, Friendship and Love" on Friday, 26th April 2013, 6.00 p.m. – 8.00 p.m. at Casuarinas of Cable Beach, West Bay Street. The book is an intimate account of Ms. Symonette’s personal life over the past seven decades, breaking barriers and blazing trails. Ms. Symonette will be on hand to sign books. Cocktails will be served. Please RSVP at (242) 327-7921.
Nassau, Bahamas - "A Girl Called Nettie" Book Launch
Friday, April 26, 2013 At 6pm
You are cordially invited to join Netica Symonette at the official
launch of her book "A Girl Called Nettie - A Memoir of Fate, Friendship
and Love" on Friday, 26th April 2013, 6.00 p.m. - 8.00 p.m. at
Casuarinas of Cable Beach, West Bay Street.
book is an intimate account of Ms. Symonette's personal life over the
past seven decades, breaking barriers and blazing trails.
ANGUILLA--It was nirvana for literary lovers over the US Memorial Day
weekend when the Anguilla Literary Festival was the hottest ticket on
The four-day fête, hosted by Paradise Cove Resort, celebrated the best
and the brightest wordsmiths from Anguilla, USA, Canada and Caribbean
with readings, workshops, panel discussions, scrumptious breakfast and
lunch buffets prepared by the hotel's creative chefs and a welcome
reception at the swishy Viceroy resort.
Officially dubbed the "Anguilla Lit Fest: A Literary Jollification," the
auspicious festival featured best-selling author and keynote speaker
As a film medium, documentaries can inspire as well as surprise and incite - but above all they inform their audiences about marginalized stories. It's a powerful form of film that in the right hands becomes a work of art able to transform the very spirit of its viewers.
Friday 13th July 2012 6:30 PM
Small Art Auction House presents: A Live Art Auction Event Friday, 13 July 2012 At 6:30pm The Bahamas Historical Society Shirley Street and Elizabeth Avenue Nassau's art event of the year, The Small Art Auction House is a one-night only live auction with over 70 participating artists. The Small Art Auction House is designed to be a fun take on the traditional auction house and will be comprised of a live-auction of “postcard” sized artworks donated by over 50 Bahamian and international artists. The “postcards” (approx. 5” x 7”) are in a collection of media including drawing, painting, photography, mixed media, textiles and sculpture. There is no theme. The only guideline provided to the artists was that the the postcard should reference their larger body of work. All postcards will start bidding at US$50.00. In addition to the live-auction, The Small Art Auction House will have a small silent auction of works by local artists as well as live music from The Bahamas Music Conservatory Ensemble and a raffle. To top it all off, they are partnering with Poinciana Paper Press to publish a limited-edition handmade book inspired by and made exclusively for this event. The collection of six-word stories (short and sweet) titled “Death, Debt & Divorce” by Bahamian and Caribbean writers will be on sale throughout the evening. All funds raised from the event go towards the tuition of Bahamian cultural worker Jon Murray for him to study Art History at Hunter College (CUNY) this Fall. Tickets will include admission, the ability to bid and complimentary wine and hors d'oeuvres and go on sale 4 weeks prior to the event. Click HERE for more information on the event, the artists, artwork, ticket sales and bidding information or email firstname.lastname@example.org Click HERE to view invitation online.
Friday 25th April 2014 8:00 AM
THIS EVENT HAS BEEN POSTPONED UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE! "Nine Minutes on Monday" When: Friday, April 25, 2014 Where: Super Club Breezes Time: 8:00am - 4:00pm Registration: $299-Per person includes: -Free copy of the book-"Nine Minutes on Monday" -Free Webinar w/James Robbins -Certificate of Attendance -Continental Breakfast & Lunch -Afternoon tea break and free parking
It's the little things in life that people often find happiness in -- a walk on the beach, curled up on the couch sipping a hot cup of tea on a cool, rainy evening, a night out with friends or receiving a phone call from a loved one. For one 12-year-old pre-teen, the little thing that she finds pleasurable is being able to read to a blind lady in her community. What makes this even more special is that the youngster is herself blind.
Anna Albury, the 2011 Primary School Student of the Year title holder, loves to take time out of her afternoons to read to Naomi Roberts, an 86-year-old blind resident in her community of Man-O-War Cay, Abaco. Being able to do this for Roberts, brings a measure of happiness to the youngster who will head into seventh grade after her summer break.