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Road Closures for Bridge Renaming Ceremony
Road Closures for Bridge Renaming Ceremony

Friday 2nd November 2012  9:00 AM

ROAD CLOSURE From 9:00am to 12:30pm on Friday 2nd November, 2012 the following streets will be closed to vehicular traffic – EAST BAY STREET BETWEEN ARMSTRONG AND CHURCH STREET LOVERS LANE BETWEEN DOWDESWELL AND SHIRLEY STREET From 7:00pm until 10:00pm on Friday, 2nd November, 2012, the following streets will be closed to vehicular traffic:- EAST BAY STREET ETWEEN ARMSTRONG AND CHURCH STREET Between 8:00pm and 9:30am the Paradise Island Western ridge will be closed to vehicular traffic, the Eastern Bridge will accommodate the flow to and from Paradise Island. TRAFFIC DIVERSION FRIDAY MORNING • From 8:30am to 12:30pm traffic travelling east on East Bay Street will be diverted east and west on Dowdeswell Street. • Traffic travelling north on Armstrong Street will be diverted east and west on Dowdeswell Street. • Traffic travelling east on Dowdeswell Street will be diverted north onto Church Street and then east onto Bay Street TRAFFIC DIVERSION FRIDAY EVENING • From 7:00pm to 10:30pm on Friday 2nd November, 2012, traffic travelling east on East Bay Street will be diverted south on Armstrong Street to travel east and west on Dowdeswell Street. • Traffic travelling east on Dowdeswell Street will be diverted north onto Church Street and then east onto Bay Street. • Traffic travelling to Paradise Island will travel on the eastern Bridge on the western lane. • Traffic travelling south to Nassau will travel on the eastern Bridge in the eastern lane. • Persons attending the function will travel over Paradise Island Bridge and travel west on Paradise Island Drive to the Paradise Harbour Lawn, the old Chalks Airline Site. NO PARKING From 6:00pm to 10:30pm, no parking will be permitted on the following streets. (a) CHURCH STREET BOTH SIDES (b) DOWDESWELL STREET BETWEEN ARMSTRONG STREET AND CHURCH STREET BOTH SIDES (c) ARMSTRONG STREET BETWEEN EAST BAY STREET AND SHIRLEY STREET BOTH SIDES


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Christmastide 2012
Christmastide 2012

Sunday 2nd December 2012  6:00 PM

Under the distinguished patronage of The Governor General of The Bahamas Sir Arthur Foulkes and Joan Lady Foulkes, the Bel Canto Singers present Christmastide 2012. We are pleased to Feature A World Class String Quintet from The Peabody Conservatory of Music. Saturday, Dec 1st 7:30 pm Gala $100 (includes full Gourmet Reception and Wines) Silent Auction and Concert Sunday, Dec 2nd at 6:00 pm Concert only $25 St. Andrews Presbyterian Kirk, Shirley & Princess Streets Gala Night proceeds benefit The Solomon Wellington Adderley Memorial Fund – The AIDS Foundation of The Bahamas Lignum Vitae Center of Hope The Unity Centre Box Offices: Logos Bookstore, Harbour Bay Plaza, T: 394.7040 Custom Computers, Cable Beach - The Shops at Cable Beach T: 396.1100 Bel Canto will be presenting its 2012 Christmas performances at St. Andrew’s, The Kirk on Saturday, Dec. 1st at 7:15 pm and Sunday Dec. 2nd at 6:00 pm. Tickets are $100 and $25 respectively. Our concerts are held under the Patronage of His Excellency Sir Arthur Foulkes, Governor General of The Bahamas, and Joan Lady Foulkes. The concert will be recorded, as the group endeavors to reach a wider audience through the sale of compact discs (CDs). This year’s concerts will feature wonderful arrangements of your favorite Christmas carols arranged by Bahamian composers K. Quincy Parker and Sonovia Pierre. We are again delighted to have a world-class string quintet from The Peabody Conservatory of Music accompany the singers in the 50-minute concert. The Gala Reception, which is the best kept secret in The Bahamas, will debut a Champagne Cocktail cash bar this year. Wines will remain complimentary. Mr. McPhee comments: “For the past 7 years, I have been realizing my vision: to work with individuals, through musical productions, to have an impact on the lives of our members,m thereby impacting their communities. The mark of a good leader is discipline; and after having studied music for some 35 years, I know that talent and discipline create success. This formula is not unique to music.” International performing artist Lee B. Callender, pianist and piano/vocal coach said: “Bel Canto exemplifies its Italian name, “beautiful singing,” at its best. This group with its rich, full-bodied expressive sound is a delight to the ear. An exhilarating, captivating listening experience.” Bel Canto Singers, through its annual production of Christmastide, has raised more than $67,000 net for charities including The AIDS Foundation over the past six yuletide seasons. We are pleased to add The Lignum Vitae Centre of Hope and the Unity Centre to our list of worthy non-profit organizations that will benefit from the proceeds of the Gala Night. Mr. McPhee further comments: “I have seen BCS members grow as musicians as well as husbands, wives, partners, and parents. More importantly, I have seen members of this group come to learn and to understand what it means to become points of light in their workplaces, churches, civic organizations, and at play.” Bel Canto completed its first international concert, which was held in Columbia, South Carolina, on April 27th, 2008. Dr. Sandra Teel, Minister of Music at St. Simon and St. Jude Episcopal Church, said: “It was a marvelous pleasure to welcome such a professional, talented group to perform for us. The breadth of repertoire was fantastic – from Broadway to the stairway to heaven. How wonderful! And I’m looking forward to our next (and annual) event!” Another patron said: “The sound of the group was unparalleled. I could hardly believe my ears – so few voices, such a powerful sound.” For tickets or further information, please write us at info@belcantosingersbahamas.com or call us at 242.431.6440


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Election 2012 - What Just Happened
Election 2012 - What Just Happened

Friday 30th November 2012  8:00 PM

Election 2012 - What Just Happened The hilarious comedy play "Election 2012 - What Just Happened" will return to Nassau on Friday November 30th and Saturday December 1st, 2012 at the Church of God Auditorium (Joe Farrington Road) 8pm nightly. The theatrical production is brought to you by the same writers and producer of "Election 2002 - If You Don't Laugh, You'll Cry" and "Election 2007 - Count It Again Man, Count It Again." It is suitable for the whole family, you do not want to miss this one! The talented casts include Will Stubbs, David Wallace, Patrice Johnson, Tameka Forbes, Tawari Rogers, Marquita Whymns and Michael Pintard. There will be guest appearances by Mr. Bamboozle - Howard Johnson, Pakesia Parker, Cassius Stuart and many others including PLP and DNA candidates. Tickets are $20 general admission ($25 at the door) and $30 preferred seating ($35 at the door). Group rates are available with a minimum purchase of 10 tickets, $5 will be taken off of each ticket (Box Office Only). For ticket reservations and inquiries please contact: 356-5605 or 676-7254 or 225-8254


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Ebenezer Methodist Christmas Concert
Ebenezer Methodist Christmas Concert

Sunday 9th December 2012  7:00 PM

Ebenezer Methodist Christmas Concert Sunday, Dec. 9 at 7pm The Music Department of Ebenezer Methodist Church presents their annual Christmas Concert CELEBRATE! IT’S CHRISTMAS! on Sunday, December 9 at 7pm. Again, this year the Sanctuary Choir and Band will be joined by guest singers and various instrumentalists, including members of the Bahamas National Symphony Orchestra creating yet another delightful musical experience. One of the highlights of this year’s concert will be the presentation of a special composition and arrangement of “The First Noel” by the choir’s accompanist Mr. Clint Higgs. Also presenting for the first time will be the new Ebenezer Youth Ensemble under the direction of Miss Giavanna Knowles. The annual Christmas Concert brings to a climax the year’s music ministry which has grown consistently in participants and attendance, becoming an event that is much anticipated by the wider church and community. You’re invited to experience a fun time because "It’s Christmas" after all! Admission to the concert is free. An offering will be taken.


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4th Annual Christmas Concert
4th Annual Christmas Concert

Monday 17th December 2012  7:30 PM

Bahamas National Youth Choir presents 4th Annual Christmas Concert Monday, December 17, 2012 | 7.30pm Trinity Methodist Church, Frederick St. The Bahamas National Youth Choir, under the direction of Cleophas R.E. Adderley, presents its 4th Annual Christmas Concert on Monday, December 17, 2012 at Trinity Methodist Church on Frederick Street at 7.30pm. Guest appearances by Gerrard Rigby (Tenor), Wesley Methodist Church Handbell Ringers and a string quartet from Nazareth College, Rochester, New York. Admission is FREE.


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Operation Potcake
Operation Potcake

Saturday 12th January 2013  7:00 AM

Operation Potcake On 10 January Operation Potcake kicks off and we’re all madly scrambling around to get the final bits and pieces in place. We have sourced the majority of our supplies, accommodation has been organized for most volunteers, funds are continuously coming in (we still need lots of donations!) and marketing has also begun. Teams are putting up promotional posters in their areas this week. If you would still like to volunteer some time, even if it’s just a day or two please get in touch! Operation Potcake is January 10th to 21st, 2013. This campaign aims to sterilize 2,000 dogs and cats. We still need lots of volunteers and donation of items to make the campaign a real success. For more information visit www.operationpotcake.com Founded in 1924, the Bahamas Humane Society is the oldest charity in the Bahamas and was originally called the Dumb Friends League. It is affiliated to numerous international organisations, including the World Society for the Protection of Animals (WSPA). It is the only humane organisation in the Caribbean to hold membership of the Standards of Excellence Program sponsored by the American Humane Association of which it has been a member since 1989. The BHS employs two full time veterinarians. It offers a 24 hour emergency ambulance service and provides care for sick, injured and abandoned animals. Clinic Locations The Fox Hill clinic is the Fox Hill Community Centre just north of the roundabout on Fox Hill Rd. Dates: Jan 10-14 and 17 to 21 The Kemp Road clinic is St. Bede’s Church Hall off Strachan Alley. Dates: Jan 10-14 and 17 to 21 The East Street clinic is 31 Fowler Street, off East Street. Dates: Jan 10-14 and 17 to 21. The Carmichael clinic is at Oral’s Golden Auto, 290 Carmichael Road. Dates: Jan 10-14 and 17 to 19 Montell Heights clinic is behind the Superwash on Robinson Rd, near Minnie St. Dates: Jan 20 to 21 The Gambier clinic is at the St. Peter’s Native Baptist Church hall at the corner of the Gambier road and West Bay Street. Dates: Jan 10 to 11 The Adelaide clinic is down the beach road on the south side. Dates: Jan 12 to 13 The Mt. Pleasant clinic is at La Hipica, next to Goodfellow Farms. Dates: Jan 14 Recent Posts


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Operation Potcake
Operation Potcake

Sunday 20th January 2013  7:00 AM

Operation Potcake On 10 January Operation Potcake kicks off and we’re all madly scrambling around to get the final bits and pieces in place. We have sourced the majority of our supplies, accommodation has been organized for most volunteers, funds are continuously coming in (we still need lots of donations!) and marketing has also begun. Teams are putting up promotional posters in their areas this week. If you would still like to volunteer some time, even if it’s just a day or two please get in touch! Operation Potcake is January 10th to 21st, 2013. This campaign aims to sterilize 2,000 dogs and cats. We still need lots of volunteers and donation of items to make the campaign a real success. For more information visit www.operationpotcake.com Founded in 1924, the Bahamas Humane Society is the oldest charity in the Bahamas and was originally called the Dumb Friends League. It is affiliated to numerous international organisations, including the World Society for the Protection of Animals (WSPA). It is the only humane organisation in the Caribbean to hold membership of the Standards of Excellence Program sponsored by the American Humane Association of which it has been a member since 1989. The BHS employs two full time veterinarians. It offers a 24 hour emergency ambulance service and provides care for sick, injured and abandoned animals. Clinic Locations The Fox Hill clinic is the Fox Hill Community Centre just north of the roundabout on Fox Hill Rd. Dates: Jan 10-14 and 17 to 21 The Kemp Road clinic is St. Bede’s Church Hall off Strachan Alley. Dates: Jan 10-14 and 17 to 21 The East Street clinic is 31 Fowler Street, off East Street. Dates: Jan 10-14 and 17 to 21. The Carmichael clinic is at Oral’s Golden Auto, 290 Carmichael Road. Dates: Jan 10-14 and 17 to 19 Montell Heights clinic is behind the Superwash on Robinson Rd, near Minnie St. Dates: Jan 20 to 21 The Gambier clinic is at the St. Peter’s Native Baptist Church hall at the corner of the Gambier road and West Bay Street. Dates: Jan 10 to 11 The Adelaide clinic is down the beach road on the south side. Dates: Jan 12 to 13 The Mt. Pleasant clinic is at La Hipica, next to Goodfellow Farms. Dates: Jan 14 Recent Posts


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Operation Potcake
Operation Potcake

Saturday 19th January 2013  7:00 AM

Operation Potcake On 10 January Operation Potcake kicks off and we’re all madly scrambling around to get the final bits and pieces in place. We have sourced the majority of our supplies, accommodation has been organized for most volunteers, funds are continuously coming in (we still need lots of donations!) and marketing has also begun. Teams are putting up promotional posters in their areas this week. If you would still like to volunteer some time, even if it’s just a day or two please get in touch! Operation Potcake is January 10th to 21st, 2013. This campaign aims to sterilize 2,000 dogs and cats. We still need lots of volunteers and donation of items to make the campaign a real success. For more information visit www.operationpotcake.com Founded in 1924, the Bahamas Humane Society is the oldest charity in the Bahamas and was originally called the Dumb Friends League. It is affiliated to numerous international organisations, including the World Society for the Protection of Animals (WSPA). It is the only humane organisation in the Caribbean to hold membership of the Standards of Excellence Program sponsored by the American Humane Association of which it has been a member since 1989. The BHS employs two full time veterinarians. It offers a 24 hour emergency ambulance service and provides care for sick, injured and abandoned animals. Clinic Locations The Fox Hill clinic is the Fox Hill Community Centre just north of the roundabout on Fox Hill Rd. Dates: Jan 10-14 and 17 to 21 The Kemp Road clinic is St. Bede’s Church Hall off Strachan Alley. Dates: Jan 10-14 and 17 to 21 The East Street clinic is 31 Fowler Street, off East Street. Dates: Jan 10-14 and 17 to 21. The Carmichael clinic is at Oral’s Golden Auto, 290 Carmichael Road. Dates: Jan 10-14 and 17 to 19 Montell Heights clinic is behind the Superwash on Robinson Rd, near Minnie St. Dates: Jan 20 to 21 The Gambier clinic is at the St. Peter’s Native Baptist Church hall at the corner of the Gambier road and West Bay Street. Dates: Jan 10 to 11 The Adelaide clinic is down the beach road on the south side. Dates: Jan 12 to 13 The Mt. Pleasant clinic is at La Hipica, next to Goodfellow Farms. Dates: Jan 14 Recent Posts


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Cellist Kenneth Law Pianist Christy Lee
Cellist Kenneth Law & Pianist Christy Lee

Friday 18th January 2013  8:00 PM

Nassau Music Society 2013 Concert Season continues with Cellist Kenneth Law & Pianist Christy Lee Friday, Jan. 18, 2013 St. Paul's Church Hall, Lyford Cay Sunday, Jan. 20, 2013 St. Andrew's Kirk The Nassau Music Society, under the Patronage of His Excellency, Sir Arthur Foulkes, Governor General of The Bahamas, will continue its 2012-2013 concert season by holding 2 concerts on Friday, Jan. 18, 2013 (8PM)at St. Paul's Church Hall, Lyford Cay and on Sunday, Jan. 20, 2013 (5:30PM) at St. Andrew's Kirk, Shirley & Princess Street. The Society will feature Kenneth Law, cellist accompanied by Christy Lee, pianist, in an evening entitled: "Une Soirée Musicale" (a Musical Evening). The duo will interpret works from French composers such as Gabriel FAURE, Maurice RAVEL, Claude DEBUSSY, Philippe GAUBERT, Nadia BOULANGER with Christine Gangelhoff, flautist, Nicolette Turnquest & Candace Russell. TICKETS & RESERVATIONS To reserve or purchase tickets for these concerts, please contact our Box Offices which are now open at the following addresses: Logos Bookstore, Harbour Bay Shopping Centre, Tel:394-7040; Custom Computers, Cable Beach Shopping Centre, Tel: 396-1100, and Moir & Co., Lyford Cay Shopping Centre, Tel: 362-4895 or online at our website below. MASTER CLASS During his stay in Nassau, Mr Law will be a guest at the Bahamas Music Conservatory's orchestra's rehearsal on Saturday, January 19th and will offer advice to these students. Musicians or persons wishing to attend and observe this free class/session may contact Dr. Christy Lee for details on the time and venue: docchristy@gmail.com Click HERE to reserve & purchase tickets at the NMS website. Click HEREto view short video of Mr Law performing. Click HERE to view Ms Lee performing on a Chris Justilien piece called "Ragged Island - Deep South" along with C Force.


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A Prophetic Encounter
A Prophetic Encounter

Saturday 19th January 2013  10:00 AM

On January 18th and 19th, all Ladies are invited to attend “A Prophetic Encounter.” Epic Church is re-launching its “Blossom” Women’s Ministry and all in attendance will be treated to the teachings of Apostle Shirley Arnold of Epic Church Lakeland (Florida) and Pastor Rosmery Bethel of Epic Church Bahamas. Venue: Epic Church (Summerwinds Plaza – TWD Highway) Dates and Times: January 18th at 7:00 p.m. January 19th at 10:00 a.m. Costs - $20 per person For more information contact: (242) 601-4310


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Annual Quilt Show
Annual Quilt Show

Monday 28th January 2013  10:00 AM

Annual Quilt Show Stepping Stone Quilters Trinity Methodist Church Frederick Street January. 24th-February 2nd 2013 10:00am-4:00pm .Free admission .Over 60 Quilts .Traditional & Arts Quilts .Items for sale For more information contact Maria Chisnall maschisnall@gmail.com Tel:242-359-2349


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13th Epiphany

Thursday 24th January 2013  7:45 PM

13th Epiphany By: Dr.Sparkman Ferguson Christ Church Cathedral Thursday, January 31st 2012 7:45 P.M (Please be seated by 7:40 p.m.) Featuring the Music of: Johann Sebstian Bach Charles Villers Stanford Eugene Gigout William Mathias David German Alexandre Guilmant Felix Mendelssohn


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Book showcasing Nassau's pictorial history launches at Doongalik
Book showcasing Nassau's pictorial history launches at Doongalik

Thursday 28th February 2013  6:00 PM

Book showcasing Nassau's pictorial history launches at Doongalik Thursday, February 28, 2013 From 6pm – 9pm Doongalik Studios, Village Road The long anticipated launch of Rosemary Clarice Hanna’s book, “Pictorial History and Memories of Nassau’s Over-The-Hill” will take place at Doongalik Studios, Village Road on Thursday, 28th February, 2013, from 6-9pm. The author was born and grew up Over-The-Hill in New Providence at a time when relatives were within short walking distance and neighbours and friends socialized on their front porches. It was also a time when most people shared common values through the church, lodges, friendly societies and social clubs and took pride in keeping their surroundings clean. Since retiring from a forty-year span in the financial services sector, Rosemary has been involved in the social outreach ministry of St. Agnes Anglican Church. The book, “Pictorial History and Memories of Nassau’s Over-The- Hill” came about as a result of her weekly travels throughout the old neighbourhoods. She observed that most of the once lovely and immaculately maintained homes of her childhood had either disappeared or were in a state of disrepair. She noted that only a few of the homes remained as oases in the midst of decay and thought it important to record the Over-The-Hill story for those persons who remember and for future generations. She began by taking photographs of the old houses and then developed the idea of telling stories about some of the families who occupied them. She thought it important to put a face to some of the families who lived in the area before they began to move out to the newly developed suburbs, and also to highlight the tremendous contributions that Over-The-Hill people made towards the development of The Bahamas. The book paints a picture of what life was like in the Over-the-Hill area of Grant’s Town and surrounding areas on the Island of New Providence, The Bahamas, beginning in the mid-nineteenth century following Emancipation, when the area was settled by freed slaves. It includes a brief history of the settlement and development of the area and the role of the Church in that process. It also contains over 300 colour and black and white pictures of churches, homes and families and introduces some of the people who lived Over-The-Hill. Much of the information contained in the book was obtained from family members and friends as well as through interviews with more than eighty present and former Over-The-Hill residents to whom the author is very grateful for their enthusiastic support.


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S.T.R.O.K.E Support Group
S.T.R.O.K.E Support Group

Monday 18th February 2013  6:00 PM

The public is invited to attended S.T.R.O.K.E Support Group Hosted by Peter d. maynard Date: Monday February 18th, 2013 place: the Donald Knowles activity center, st. Margaret church time: 6pm


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Uprising Conference 2013 under the theme Shifting Gears
Uprising Conference 2013 under the theme "Shifting Gears"

Tuesday 26th February 2013  7:00 PM

Uprising Conference 2013 under the theme "Shifting Gears" Join us for four nights of Powerful and Holy Ghost filled services beginning on Sunday February 24th through the 27th at 7:00 p.m. nightly. Come expecting and receive a word from the Lord. Speakers: Pastor Author Evans Bishop Denzil Rolle Apostle Reno Johnson Prophet Bruce C. Davis New Birth Church Robinson Rd (between Mega Byte Computers and Furniture Haven)


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Uprising Conference 2013 under the theme Shifting Gears
Uprising Conference 2013 under the theme "Shifting Gears"

Monday 25th February 2013  7:00 PM

Uprising Conference 2013 under the theme "Shifting Gears" Join us for four nights of Powerful and Holy Ghost filled services beginning on Sunday February 24th through the 27th at 7:00 p.m. nightly. Come expecting and receive a word from the Lord. Speakers: Pastor Author Evans Bishop Denzil Rolle Apostle Reno Johnson Prophet Bruce C. Davis New Birth Church Robinson Rd (between Mega Byte Computers and Furniture Haven)


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Bahamas State Council 2013 63rd General Convention

Wednesday 13th March 2013  5:10 PM

Bahamas State Council 2013 63rd General Convention Greater Bethel Cathedral Faith way Off Blue Hill Rd. South Corner of Carlton E Francis Primary School There: “Let the Church be the Church” Matthew 16:13 – 19 Sunday, March 10th thru Friday, March 15th 2013 @7:30pm nightly Daily Day Session 12noon – 2:00pm Bishop Ellis Farrington J.P. Diocesan Suff. Bishop Ezekiel Munnings – Assistant Chairman Suff. Bishop Christopher Minnis – Host Pasto Other Speakers Include: Suff. Bishop Winston Redwood Suff. Bishop George Duncombe Pastor Thomas Mackey Pastor Wendell Duncombe Elder Ellis Farrington Jr. Evangelist Idamae Nesbitte Come and receive the powerful word of God, And be restored and live a victorious life. Anointed National Choirs and Guest Artists. Come and be Blessed! For more information: Tel: 242-361-2800 / Fax 242-361-1102


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Bahamas State Council 2013 63rd General Convention

Tuesday 12th March 2013  5:10 PM

Bahamas State Council 2013 63rd General Convention Greater Bethel Cathedral Faith way Off Blue Hill Rd. South Corner of Carlton E Francis Primary School There: “Let the Church be the Church” Matthew 16:13 – 19 Sunday, March 10th thru Friday, March 15th 2013 @7:30pm nightly Daily Day Session 12noon – 2:00pm Bishop Ellis Farrington J.P. Diocesan Suff. Bishop Ezekiel Munnings – Assistant Chairman Suff. Bishop Christopher Minnis – Host Pasto Other Speakers Include: Suff. Bishop Winston Redwood Suff. Bishop George Duncombe Pastor Thomas Mackey Pastor Wendell Duncombe Elder Ellis Farrington Jr. Evangelist Idamae Nesbitte Come and receive the powerful word of God, And be restored and live a victorious life. Anointed National Choirs and Guest Artists. Come and be Blessed! For more information: Tel: 242-361-2800 / Fax 242-361-1102


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The Spirit and Colors of The Bahamas
The Spirit and Colors of The Bahamas

Sunday 7th April 2013  6:00 PM

The Pleasure of your company is requested for "The Spirit and Colors of The Bahamas" by Je-Rome Harris Miller on Thursday April 4th, 2013 at the Christ Church Cathedral Church Hall top of the hill, George St. Exhibition open from 6pm to 10pm and will remain on display April 5th thru April 7th viewing by appointment only part proceeds in aid of The College of The Bahamas Winston V. Saunders Memorial Scholarship Fund for more information call 466-6996


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The Spirit and Colors of The Bahamas
The Spirit and Colors of The Bahamas

Saturday 6th April 2013  6:00 PM

The Pleasure of your company is requested for "The Spirit and Colors of The Bahamas" by Je-Rome Harris Miller on Thursday April 4th, 2013 at the Christ Church Cathedral Church Hall top of the hill, George St. Exhibition open from 6pm to 10pm and will remain on display April 5th thru April 7th viewing by appointment only part proceeds in aid of The College of The Bahamas Winston V. Saunders Memorial Scholarship Fund for more information call 466-6996


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Walking in Victory Conference 2014
Walking in Victory Conference 2014

Tuesday 4th February 2014

Walking in Victory Conference 2014 Hosted by: Bishop Neil C. Ellis 12 Days The Holy Land & Greece (with a night in patmos) $3,945.00 All inclusive per person, double occupancy (meals, ground transportation & admissions) Departing February 4th (from New York City) April 30th (deadline for all deposits) Contact: Elder Maxine Newton Mount Tabor Full Gospel Baptist Church P.O.Box N-9705 | Nassau, Bahamas |(242) 392-2855 | US-954-703-4828 Email: maxinenewton@yahoo.com


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Brian Stokes Mitchell Live in Concert
Brian Stokes Mitchell Live in Concert

Sunday 7th April 2013  6:00 PM

Brian Stokes Mitchell Live in Concert Sunday, April 7, 2013 | 6pm Christ Church Cathedral, George Street Four-time Tony award-winning actor/singer Brian Stokes Mitchell will perform live in concert at Christ Church Cathedral, George Street on Sunday, April 7, 2013 at 6pm. Tickets are $50 and can be obtained at Christ Church Cathedral, The Bahamas AIDS Foundation or Nassau Stationers. Proceeds will aid The Bahamas AIDS Foundation and the Music Dept of Christ Church Cathedral. For more information, contact: aidsfoundationbahamas@yahoo.com or bafeevents@gmail.com. 2000 Tony Award Best Actor in a Musical Kiss me Kate (Winner) 2003 Tony Award Best Actor in a Musical Man of La Mancha (Nominee) 2001 Tony Award Best Actor in a play king Hedley 11 (Nominee) 1998 Tony Award Best Actor in Musical Ragtime ( Nominee) Tickets $50.00 Box Office Locations: Christ Church Cathedral The Bahamas Aids Foundation Nassau Stationers Proceeds will aid The Bahamas Aids Foundation and The Musical Department of Christ Church Cathedral


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Hear Scott speak about Gang violence, the cause and the solution!
Hear Scott speak about "Gang violence, the cause and the solution!"

Tuesday 16th April 2013  7:00 PM

Hear Scott speak about "Gang violence, the cause and the solution!" Walkers Hall Bethel Ave., Stapledon Gardens Monday-Friday April 15th-19th (7pm) During the past few weeks, Preacher Scott Smith has reached out to many people, young and old in The Bahamas who have hit rock bottom and need some encouragement and/or solutions for their problems. In Bermuda, he is a community activist who went after families grieving after gang shootings. Scott is a born again Christian and he feels as if churches should close their doors for a month and take to the streets. “Our message as a body of believers is to spread love. How can you spread love? The church needs to go out in the highways and byways.” Mr Smith is not an ordained Minister, but is a member of the Seventh-day Adventist Church in the gang-blighted neighbourhood of Glebe Road, Pembroke in Bermuda. He is a reformed drug user who found salvation when he found Christ, after becoming an addict at the age of 12, starting with marijuana and moving on to alcohol, cocaine and crack. “I eventually cried out to God for help. I never went to any rehab,” explained Mr Smith. He quit drugs on New Year’s Eve 1994 and has been clean ever since. He is active as a preacher in the Island’s schools, prisons and rehabilitation programmes and also runs his own business as a painter and decorator. “This generation coming up now, I used to hang with their fathers. I like to be a father figure to them,” he explained. Although he found his own way to the church, he acknowledged that most people living on the wrong side of the tracks are not going to make the first move towards spiritual healing.


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Book Signing at ‘Buy The Book’

Tuesday 23rd April 2013  5:00 PM

Book Signing at ‘Buy The Book’ Tuesday, April 23, 2013 5:00-8:00 p.m. Buy The Book, West Bay Street (in the plaza opposite Saunders Beach) Rosemary C. Hanna will be signing her recently published book, “Pictorial History and Memories of Nassau’s Over-the-Hill,” at Buy The Book, West Bay Street (in the plaza opposite Saunders Beach), on Tuesday, 23rd April, 2013 from 5:00 – 8:00 p.m. The book paints a picture of what life was like in the Over-the-Hill area of Grant’s Town and surrounding areas on the Island of New Providence, The Bahamas, beginning in the mid-nineteenth century following Emancipation, when the area was settled by freed slaves. It includes a brief history of the settlement and development of the area and the role of the Church in that process. It also contains over 300 colour and black and white pictures of churches, homes and families and introduces some of the people who lived Over-the-Hill. Much of the information contained in the book was obtained from family members and friends as well as through interviews with more than eighty present and former Over-the-Hill residents to whom the author is very grateful for their enthusiastic support. The foreword to the book was written by a self-described Grant’s Town Boy from Over-the-Hill, former Governor General, Sir Orville Turnquest.


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JoAnn Callender in Concert
JoAnn Callender in Concert

Saturday 15th June 2013  8:00 PM

JoAnn Callender in Concert June 15,2013 8:00pm Christ Church Cathedral, George Street Bahamian songbird JoAnn Callender will lead a cohort of contemporaries in a celebration of Bahamian composers. The concert is an official event on the 40th anniversary of independence calendar. “These songs are some of the most beautiful in the world, and it is my delight to present them in collaboration with pianist Lee Callender, Dion Cunningham (guest) pianist, Fred Ferguson (guitar), Ralph Munnings (saxophone), the “Highgrove Singers”, Bahamian percussionists, and a rake-n-scrape ensemble,” said Ms Callender. Added to the mix is a five piece string ensemble from Peabody Conservatory of Music in Baltimore Maryland. The featured composers and music include: CLEOPHAS ADDERLEY:My Child, Nassau Harbour, Run Gal E. CLEMENT BETHEL: Lamenting Belinda, Praise, When The Road Seems Rough ERIC CASH: Pretty Boy META DAVIS-CUMBERBATCH: South Wind KAYLA EDWARDS & KEYSHA EDWARDS-TAYLOR: Free TIMOTHY GIBSON: Sapodilly Woman, Bahama Babe, Nassau Moon, March On Bahamaland FRANZ HEPBURN: Bahama Moon, Exuma Blue K. QUINCY PARKER: Thou Art Fair AUDREY DEAN-WRIGHT: Sperid Song, Reflections The June 15 event will be held at Christ Church Cathedral. Tickets are $35 and are available at Custom Computers, Logos Bookstore and Commonwealth Fabrics. Part proceeds will go towards a Timothy Gibson documentary film.


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Bel Canto Singers presentMusic for All Times VI
Bel Canto Singers present"Music for All Times VI"

Saturday 22nd June 2013  7:30 PM

Bel Canto Singers present"Music for All Times VI" June 22,2013 7:30pm Christ Church Cathedral Under the distinguished patronage of the Governor General of The Bahamas Sir Arthur Foulkes and Joan Lady Foulkes, the Bel Canto Singers present "Music for All Times VI" featuring the world-class string quintet from the Peabody Conservatory of Music at Christ Church Cathedral on George Street. Tickets are $25 and are available at Logos Bookstore and Custom Computers. This year's performance features an original work by Bahamian composer Sonovia Pierre and string accompaniments by K. Quincy Parker. The general public is invited to patronize the singers as they bring you their gift in song. The Mission of Bel Canto Singers Bahamas is to create a safe space and atmosphere that encourages and nurtures its members to live consciously and with a deep sense of civic responsibility. Members are passionate about personal and musical growth as well as being committed to excellence. The above attributes are demonstrated through the production of world class concerts and other musical events, both locally and internationally. Bel Canto Singers


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WordofLife KingdomMinistries Church Karaoke Night
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242 Untapped Live Tapings
242 Untapped Live Tapings

Sunday 6th October 2013  5:00 PM

242 Untapped is filmed before a live studio audience! If you want to be part of this unique experience, join us at New Life Fellowship Church on the East West Highway on the following dates! Admission to 1 taping are $7 Admission to 2 tapings are $12 Admission is paid at the door. Doors are closed 10 minutes before showtime! **All attendees will be required to sign a non-disclosure form as the show does not air until January. For more info, email info@242untapped.com! Google Map: http://goo.gl/maps/unRXm Sunday, October 6th, 2013 New Life Fellowship Church Live Taping Episode 1 - 5pm Live Taping Episode 2 - 7pm Sunday, October 13th, 2013 New Life Fellowship Church Live Taping Episode 3 - 5pm Live Taping Episode 4 - 7pm Sunday, November 3rd, 2013 New Life Fellowship Church Live Taping Episode 5 - 5pm Live Taping Episode 6- 7pm

242 Untapped Live Tapings


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Monday 7th October 2013

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Bain & Grants Town Heroes Week

Sunday 6th October 2013

The Bain and Grants Town Advancement Association is marking the 2013 observance of Bain and Grants Town Heroes Week. The Association has organized a schedule of events, inclusive of a Thanksgiving Church Service, the Official Opening of a Museum, a Junkanoo Rush Out and a Awards Banquet. Sunday, October 6, 2013-Thanksgiving Service @ 3:00 pm (Mission Baptist Church, Hay Street) Monday, October 7, 2013-a. School Visits @ 9:00 am b. Meeting with Hon. Phillip Davis, Minister of Urban Development @ 4:00 pm c. Media Reception (Brightleys' Restaurant-Eneas Street )@ 5:00pm Tuesday, October 8, 2013-a. School Visits @ 9:00 b. Museum/Library Official Opening (Yoruba House Augusta Street) @ 4:00 pm Wednesday, October 9, 2013-a. School Visits @ 9:00 am b. Grants Town Community Social (Hay Street Park) @ 4:00 Thursday, Ocotober 10, 2013-a. School Visits @ 9:00 am b. Government House Reception @ 11:00 am Friday, October 11, 2013-Bain Town Community Social (George Brown Park) @ 4:00 pm Saturday, October 12, 2013-Awards Banquet (BCPOU Ball Room) @ 7:30 pm