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Athletics vs Padres

Saturday 3rd March 2012  12:30 PM

2012 Bahamas Baseball Season Saturday March 3rd, 2012 12:30pm Field of Dreams, Yamacraw Athletics vs Padres

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Athletics VS Angels

Saturday 31st March 2012  12:30 PM

2012 Bahamas Baseball Season Saturday March 31th, 2012 12:30pm Field of Dreams, Yamacraw

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Athletics VS Diamondbacks

Saturday 5th May 2012  12:30 PM

2012 Bahamas Baseball Season Saturday May 5th, 2012 12:30pm Field of Dreams, Yamacraw Athletics VS Diamondbacks

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Cubs VS Athletics

Saturday 12th May 2012  12:30 PM

2012 Bahamas Baseball Season Saturday May 12th, 2012 12:30pm Field of Dreams, Yamacraw Cubs VS Athletics

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Latoya's Loft Jewelry Making Class
Latoya's Loft Jewelry Making Class

Sunday 26th February 2012  2:30 PM

Latoya's Loft Jewelry Making Class Sunday, February 26, 2012 | 2:30pm - 5:30pm Learn how to create your own beaded floral components at Latoya's Loft's next jewelry making class where the topic will be: "The Victorian Beading Technique." Participants will learn how to design and construct flowers, feathers and leaves using basic Victorian methods and will gain needed knowledge of all of the components and techniques used to create the beaded design. Your handmade beaded components can be used in making headpieces, necklace focals, earrings, and many other crafts & accessories. The class will be held on Sunday, February 26th at The Consignment Shop, Nassau Street from 2:30pm to 5:30pm. You can register now at the Consignment Shop and receive a materials list & bead color guide. This is a fun and wonderful technique to learn and is a great beginning class in wire-work. Take part in this creative, learning experience. Students must bring their own tools and materials which can be purchased at Chevy's Accessories on Wulff Rd. or Home Fabrics on #1 Madeira St. & Carmichael Rd. Latoya's Loft will provide all other findings and materials needed. For more information and for list of tools and materials, pass by or call the Consignment shop at 325-0077 or email at latoya'smail@latoyasloft.com for more details. Click HERE to visit Latoya's Loft website. Click HERE to view Latoya's Loft Facebook Page.


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Club Monica Athletics 9th Annual Track & Field Classic

Friday 17th February 2012  6:00 PM

Feb 17 & 18 Club Monica Athletics 9th Annual Track & Field Classic One of the nation's top track clubs holds its 9th Annual Track & Field Classic on Fri Feb 17 at 6pm & Sat Feb 18 at 12pm. The public is invited to attend; held at the Thomas A. Robinson Track Field Stadium...


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Bahamas International Franchise & Entrepreneurial

Friday 20th April 2012  10:00 AM

Friday, April 20 from 10:00am to 4:00pm HORIZONS MARKETING GROUP INTL., INC. Presents Bahamas International Franchise & Entrepreneurial

Summit & Trade Show Friday, April 20th & Saturday, April 21st, 2012 Fort Lauderdale, FL……Horizons Marketing Group, www.BAHAMASFRANCHISESUMMIT.com, and the National Association of Black Hotel Owners, Operators & Developers (NABHOOD) will present its International Franchise & Entrepreneurial Summit & Trade Show at the British Colonial Hilton in Nassau. It is supported by the International Franchise Association (IFA), Bahamas Chamber of Commerce, United States Embassy Nassau, Inter-American Development Bank, Nassau Airport Development Company, HVS Caribbean and Entrepreneur Venture Fund Ltd. Match-making pre-screened, one-on-one meetings will be held with potential franchisees on April 20th for our franchisors. A Private Networking Reception will be held in the evening. We will be connecting diversified businesses or franchisors, including multi-unit franchising from around the world, to potential buyers or business partners. Companies will provide business development packages on their brand(s). Entrepreneurs and anyone interested in franchising are encouraged to register for the workshops and expo on Saturday, April 21st. Workshops will introduce you to the value and economics of franchising & entrepreneurship. You will hear from international franchise experts, entrepreneurs and business owners including Reggie Wright, Director of Franchising, Dunkin Brands; David Benton, Director of International Development, Global Franchise Group; Lowell Hawthorne, President/CEO, Golden Krust Caribbean Bakery & Grill; Bahamian Airport Gift Shop entrepreneur, Pat Mortimer of Cays Gifts & News; Elaine Pinder, owner of Bamboo Shack Restaurants and others, who will share tips to help you become a successful business owner. Presenters will share information on business opportunities and successful concepts & models. The presenters include Jose Salvadore Icaza, of Choice Hotels International, to talk about opportunities in the small hotel industry; Michael Roberts, Chairman, Roberts Hotels Group LLC; Erin Snyder of Papa John’s Pizza; Larry Van Dusseldorp of EWize Marketing 4U and others. Franchisors will be looking for partners who are interested in going into business. On Saturday, entrepreneurs will take part in the “5 Minute Elevator Pitch” to win $1,000 along with ten (10) hours of technical services which includes legal and financial to help start or expand their business. There will be other give-a-ways including a business venture allowing you to start your own business without upfront investment. Franchising & entrepreneurship has become the dominant method for the creation of wealth through small business ownership. Once known for restaurants, today franchising is used by over 85 industries including a wide range of consumer and business to business services, retail, hospitality, health, recreation and many more. These workshops will explain how to turn your business into a successful franchise. Franchising will give your business a better chance of success and bring global recognition. The Bahamas welcomes over 5 million visitors a year with a growing consumer population that is becoming more brand conscious. There are many international concepts that can work in The Bahamas and opportunities to expand and develop local business beyond the islands. Entrepreneurship is more than simply “starting a business.” The definition of entrepreneurship is a process through which individuals identify opportunities, allocate resources and create value. This creation of value is often through the identification of unmet needs or through the identification of opportunities for change. We will have franchise publications for attendees from the IFA, which is the world’s largest trade group representing the franchising sector. Their members span over 75 different industries and have operations in more than 100 countries. Make plans to register. To meet with franchisors or attend the Saturday Workshops & Expo, please register by downloading the registration form and fax to 954-337-2877 or email to sgleman@gate.net . For all questions or requests, please contact sgleman@gate.net or call 242-225-9416 or 954-792-2579 Click HERE to register.


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First Annual Gymnastics Invitational
First Annual Gymnastics Invitational

Saturday 14th April 2012  10:00 AM

Bahamas Star Gymnastics First Annual Gymnastics Invitational BSG Training Facility (Bacardi Road) April 14th 2012 10am-6pm 3 Cubs Levels 1-8 Over 45 Bahamian Athletes 677-3125 How we came about... After researching gym schools in the United States, it was discovered that the success of the sport and gymnasts was the involvement of parents through booster clubs. Following this lead, in 2005, a group of parents combined their efforts to form a parent booster club as a part of their children's gym. It was also their goal and vision to underwrite the cost of all athletes attending competitions or training camps abroad. Many fundraising activities were hosted including steak outs, souse outs, cake sales, pre-competition displays and recitals.


News Article
Bahamas calls on UN to review fees for developing states
Bahamas calls on UN to review fees for developing states

Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Foreign Affairs the Hon Brent Symonette called on the Sixty-Fourth Session of the United Nations General Assembly to review the membership fee as it relates to small island developing states.

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Judgement in Paradise
Judgement in Paradise

Friday 25th May 2012  7:00 PM

Judgement in Paradise A live stage play by Adrian WildGoose "Is the end near?" find out... May 25th & 26th, 2012 @ & 7:30pm The College Of The Bahamas performing arts centre $20 in advance. $25 at door (seats are limited) contacts: (242) 522-6820 Email: awildgoose@gmail.com Synopsis Set in a fictional Bahamas, “Judgment in Paradise” tells the story of a families experience leading up to the Mayan predicted end of The Bahamas on December 21, 2012. Although the main plot focuses on the Willshine family, the audience is given a peak into the desperate sphere of Bahamian politics, religion as salvation, and the perceived ethos of the average Bahamian. Life and existence as Bahamians know it hangs in the balance as foreign investment, familial ties and social constructs clash to provide a thrilling experience that interrogates Bahamian lived experience. 24 year old Destiny Willshine competes with every other citizen for her father’s attention and consideration. Visually impaired from a very young age she proves that having physical sight does not translate into wisdom and reasoning. Destiny’s father, Christian Willshine is one of the leading protagonists as he establishes the corrupting and blinding influence of power and selfish desire. Representative of the moral and value system of times past, Grandpa Willshine, who is also the Reverend at End Times Ministries, portray the changed Bahamian lived experience through his interaction with Destiny, Christian and Chance. The youth living in ‘Paradise’, Chance and Shanice, critique the traditional Bahamian roles of young men and women operating in a world of partying and drugs, they seem detached from the reality. The title of the play spells doom, not for the world, but The Bahamas. Priorities are questioned, relationships destroyed, countries are sold and The Bahamas is sinking. ‘Judgement’ is abounding. A critical play that forces an analysis of the realities Bahamians live daily. NOTE: This play is something that you do not want to miss. Mark the date May 25 & 26, 2012 on your calendar. The play will be staged at the College of the Bahamas’ Performing Arts Center. Stay tuned for ticket and other information. COMING SOON, if the end doesn’t happen before then!


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Serenity by Trevor Tucker
Serenity by Trevor Tucker

Saturday 5th May 2012  11:00 AM

"Serenity" by Trevor Tucker One Day Viewing This Saturday, May 5 at 11am Bahamian artist Trevor Tucker

You are invited to a second viewing of "Serenity" by Bahamian artist Trevor Tucker. The paintings will be on display at The Bahamas National Trust this Saturday May 5th opening at 11am. The body of work features a bold and colorful palette based on the artist's love for nature and religion. Strong compositions, patterns and expressive brushstrokes are used in Trevor's work and the artist's love for stained glass design can be seen in many of them. The bulk of the work in the collection are acrylics on canvas as well as some new glass paintings that he recently completed.


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FNM San Salvador Rally
FNM San Salvador Rally

Saturday 5th May 2012  1:00 PM

SATURDAY, May 5: 1:00PM – San Salvador, FNM Headquarters, Cockburn Town About The FNM The Free National Movement was born out of a struggle for greater accountability and transparency. The party cut its teeth in the fight to deliver our country from political corruption and victimisation, and it reached maturity as a government whose tenure and accomplishments have become the standard against which all future governments of The Bahamas will be judged. Over 40 years ago, the founders of the FNM had the wisdom and foresight to recognise the absence of truly democratic principals within the leadership of the then-governing party. They separated themselves and adopted “FREE” as their motto. These ‘Dissident Eight’ held themselves to the highest standard, one fuelled by a love of their country and a commitment to serve all Bahamians fairly and equitably. Today, the nation — and the world — continue to hold the FNM in the highest regard. The Free National Movement is proud of this mantle. FNM Leaders have been great figures in Bahamian history, men and women of character, honour, and ethics who abhor corruption and detest victimisation. The FNM is the party of honesty and integrity, vision and commitment, fairness and inclusion. We deliver.


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Gospel Event - RM Bailey Park
Gospel Event - RM Bailey Park

Sunday 6th May 2012  7:00 PM

7:00pm - Gospel Event - RM Bailey Park About The FNM The Free National Movement was born out of a struggle for greater accountability and transparency. The party cut its teeth in the fight to deliver our country from political corruption and victimisation, and it reached maturity as a government whose tenure and accomplishments have become the standard against which all future governments of The Bahamas will be judged. Over 40 years ago, the founders of the FNM had the wisdom and foresight to recognise the absence of truly democratic principals within the leadership of the then-governing party. They separated themselves and adopted “FREE” as their motto. These ‘Dissident Eight’ held themselves to the highest standard, one fuelled by a love of their country and a commitment to serve all Bahamians fairly and equitably. Today, the nation — and the world — continue to hold the FNM in the highest regard. The Free National Movement is proud of this mantle. FNM Leaders have been great figures in Bahamian history, men and women of character, honour, and ethics who abhor corruption and detest victimisation. The FNM is the party of honesty and integrity, vision and commitment, fairness and inclusion. We deliver.


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Bahamas Humane Society Summer Camp 2012
Bahamas Humane Society Summer Camp 2012

Tuesday 26th June 2012  9:00 AM

Bahamas Humane Society Summer Camp 2012 Week 1 June 25th - June 29th 9.00am – 12.00pm Children learn the basics of animal care and humane treatment. They read educational books and watch educational DVD’s and do some fun worksheets. They interact with the Bahamas Humane Society adoption animals and have question and answer sessions with the Humane Society staff. Limited space so register early! Fees are payable in advance. Weekly $125 (Includes a t-shirt) *Children should bring a snack and drink* A dog leash and old towel would be helpful. The dogs appreciate the kids bringing them dog bones, and the donkeys, goats and horses love treats of vegetables, fruits and bread.


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	Bahamas Humane Society Summer Camp 2012
Bahamas Humane Society Summer Camp 2012

Tuesday 3rd July 2012  9:00 AM

Bahamas Humane Society Summer Camp 2012 Week 2 Jul 2nd - July 6th 9.00am – 12.00pm Children learn the basics of animal care and humane treatment. They read educational books and watch educational DVD’s and do some fun worksheets. They interact with the Bahamas Humane Society adoption animals and have question and answer sessions with the Humane Society staff. Limited space so register early! Fees are payable in advance. Weekly $125 (Includes a t-shirt) *Children should bring a snack and drink* A dog leash and old towel would be helpful. The dogs appreciate the kids bringing them dog bones, and the donkeys, goats and horses love treats of vegetables, fruits and bread.


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	Bahamas Humane Society Summer Camp 2012
Bahamas Humane Society Summer Camp 2012

Thursday 5th July 2012  9:00 AM

Bahamas Humane Society Summer Camp 2012 Week 2 Jul 2nd - July 6th 9.00am – 12.00pm Children learn the basics of animal care and humane treatment. They read educational books and watch educational DVD’s and do some fun worksheets. They interact with the Bahamas Humane Society adoption animals and have question and answer sessions with the Humane Society staff. Limited space so register early! Fees are payable in advance. Weekly $125 (Includes a t-shirt) *Children should bring a snack and drink* A dog leash and old towel would be helpful. The dogs appreciate the kids bringing them dog bones, and the donkeys, goats and horses love treats of vegetables, fruits and bread.


News Article
Superman Wins Bronze
"Superman" Wins Bronze

That's what 'Superman' Leevan Sands was feeling last night after he secured the first medal for The Bahamas at these 29th Olympic Games here in Beijing, China.

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Bahamas Humane Society Summer Camp 2012
Bahamas Humane Society Summer Camp 2012

Monday 9th July 2012  9:00 AM

Bahamas Humane Society Summer Camp 2012 Week 3 July 9th– July 13th (*4days) 9.00am – 12.00pm Children learn the basics of animal care and humane treatment. They read educational books and watch educational DVD’s and do some fun worksheets. They interact with the Bahamas Humane Society adoption animals and have question and answer sessions with the Humane Society staff. Limited space so register early! Fees are payable in advance. Weekly $125 (Includes a t-shirt) *Children should bring a snack and drink* A dog leash and old towel would be helpful. The dogs appreciate the kids bringing them dog bones, and the donkeys, goats and horses love treats of vegetables, fruits and bread.


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Bahamas Humane Society Summer Camp 2012
Bahamas Humane Society Summer Camp 2012

Thursday 12th July 2012  9:00 AM

Bahamas Humane Society Summer Camp 2012 Week 3 July 9th– July 13th (*4days) 9.00am – 12.00pm Children learn the basics of animal care and humane treatment. They read educational books and watch educational DVD’s and do some fun worksheets. They interact with the Bahamas Humane Society adoption animals and have question and answer sessions with the Humane Society staff. Limited space so register early! Fees are payable in advance. Weekly $125 (Includes a t-shirt) *Children should bring a snack and drink* A dog leash and old towel would be helpful. The dogs appreciate the kids bringing them dog bones, and the donkeys, goats and horses love treats of vegetables, fruits and bread.


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Bahamas Humane Society Summer Camp 2012
Bahamas Humane Society Summer Camp 2012

Tuesday 17th July 2012  9:00 AM

Bahamas Humane Society Summer Camp 2012 Week 4 July 16th – July 20th 9.00am – 12.00pm Children learn the basics of animal care and humane treatment. They read educational books and watch educational DVD’s and do some fun worksheets. They interact with the Bahamas Humane Society adoption animals and have question and answer sessions with the Humane Society staff. Limited space so register early! Fees are payable in advance. Weekly $125 (Includes a t-shirt) *Children should bring a snack and drink* A dog leash and old towel would be helpful. The dogs appreciate the kids bringing them dog bones, and the donkeys, goats and horses love treats of vegetables, fruits and bread.