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Monday 17th May 2010 8:00 AM
A business that only survives will never thrive. Equip yourself with the tools to strengthen for growth and prepare for increased profitability. On Wednesday May 19th from 8:30am to 1:00pm at the British Colonial Hilton, The Chamber Institute presents, “Re-engineer for Success, Prepare for Increased Profits”. Facilitated by Kaylus Horton of the Renaissance Group of Companies, this workshop will present principles and processes for businesses of all sectors and industries. Learn to evaluate strengths, identify new opportunities, form strategic alliances, and implement innovative measures. In addition to healthy interaction, learn to clarify your niche, compose business vision statements, and form a strategic action plan. If you are a business owner, management personnel, an aspiring entrepreneur, or an associate who strives to implement, influence, and advocate change, this workshop is for you. Seating is limited so early registration is recommended. Please complete the attached registration form and return it with your payment to The Bahamas Chamber of Commerce by Monday, May 17th, 2010. Admission to the workshop is $150.00 for Chamber/BECon Members and $200.00 for Non Members. ***A limited time discount of $50.00 per participant is available to all companies registering a group of two or more at the same time. The Chamber Institute is a joint venture between The Bahamas Chamber of Commerce and BECon. Our goal is to provide affordable and informative career and business development workshops for all areas of the business community. Please let us know of any ideas and suggestions you may have. Thank you. Please call The Chamber of Commerce at 322-2145 or email Russ Abrams at firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions. Click here to download registration form.
Bahamas - Ambassador of the Sovereign Military Hospitaller Order of St.
John of Jerusalem, of Rhodes and of Malta Frank Crothers (left) pays a
courtesy call and presents a book, "The Knights of Malta" to
Governor-General Sir Arthur Foulkes on Monday February 7, 2011 at
Nassau, Bahamas - Bahamian designer, David Rolle and Carib Fashion TV presents " This is....THE WALK OFF" tonight, November 20th, 2011 at the Wyndham Nassau Resort from 4:30pm to 6:30 pm.
Minister Of Foreign Affairs And Immigration Presents School Supplies To Students Of The Sandilands Primary School
Nassau, Bahamas - The Hon. FredMitchell, Minister of Foreign Affairs and Immigration and the Member of Parliament for the Fox Hill Constituency presents school supplies to studentsof the Sandilands Primary School, September 7th, 2012.
Thursday 25th October 2012 7:00 PM
Heineken Presents Bond Movie Nights Countdown to SkyFall 007 "The World Is Not Enough" October 25th, 2012 Casino Royale November" 1st, 2012 Beginning October 11th and every Thursday for four weeks, Heineken will be partnering with the Rotary Club of East Nassau to present An “Evening of Bond” Movie Nights at the National Centre of Performing Arts. • Early November will be the official grand Movie Premiere of the 2012 James Bond film – Skyfall at Galleria Cinemas, Marathon Mall, Nassau, and in Grand Bahama followed by an exclusive all-themed after party event. The World Is Not Enough (1999) is the nineteenth spy film in the James Bond series, and the third to star Pierce Brosnan as the fictional MI6 agent James Bond. The film was directed by Michael Apted, with the original story and screenplay written by Neal Purvis, Robert Wade and Bruce Feirstein. It was produced by Michael G. Wilson and Barbara Broccoli. The title is taken from a line in the novel On Her Majesty's Secret Service. Venue: National Centre for Performing Arts Movie Starts 7:00pm (Doors open at 6:30pm) Tickets: General Admission $15/ Balcony $20 A Heineken experience reception included and one weekly treasure hunt clue released. Part proceeds to benefit Rotary Club of East Nassau
Prince Edward, the Earl of Wessex and fourth in line to the throne, received a royal welcome in Grand Bahama this week as he was on hand to present the gold Governor General Youth Awards.
Ten Bahamian students were honoured for their achievements in the international youth awards programme. The multi-school event was held at the Bishop Michael Eldon School auditorium and included an array of cultural performances in honour of the royal visit.
Hundreds of school children greeted Prince Edward as he watched the Jack Hayward High School marching band and Junkanoo performances from Sunland Baptist Academy and Total Education Centre.
A photo gallery of selected images are shown below; more photos can be seen by clicking HERE. And click HERE to sign up to receive a special mail out of an exclusive video report from the event.
All photos by Erik J. Russell ©2011 Keen i Media Ltd
‘Bubbles’ catches the essence of The Bahamas and embodies and represents all the qualities we associate with our water – clarity of light, floating, weightlessness, translucency, freedom of movement. This body of work includes acrylic studies on canvas and paper which influenced the blown glass pieces inspired by the merging of the vast, mysterious life between the water – plants, corals, creatures and bubbles – man’s interaction with the ocean.
CAMPARI®, the world famous, unique, Italian spirit originated in Novara in 1860. With its distinct color and aroma, it has always been a symbol of passion in seduction, sensuality and transgression. CAMPARI® is an icon of Italian style and excellence, a contemporary classic that is the base for some of the most famous cocktails around the world. CAMPARI® has been represented by international celebrity SpokesModel like Jessica Alba, Eva Mendes, Milla Jovovich and Salma Hayek in print ads and their highly sought after iconic artistic calendars.
Thursday 18th April 2013 6:30 PM
Popopstudios presents: "Tropical Alchemy" Artwork by Tyler Johnston Thursday, April 18, 2013 at Popopstudios 6:30pm to 8:30pm Performance: 7:30pm Popopstudios International Center for the Visual Arts will host a reception for the opening of Tyler Johnston’s show, Tropical Alchemy, including a special performance by Bahama Woodstarr. Tropical Alchemy focuses on three inter-related bodies of work: Maps of Inheritance, Power Objects and Transmutational Icons. Johnston has painted and assembled simple objects that he has found, allowing them to be transformed into something complex and simple simultaneously. Rich in texture and color, the work is meant to emanate a very potent and visceral energy, which is also reflected in the performance piece. The Bahama Woodstarr performance is a dance/theatre piece in the form of a ceremonial blessing by Bahama Woodstarr and several dancers. Woodstar, a Bahamian Shaman known for bringing good luck, is the lovechild of a pirate and a mermaid. Though he has exhibited internationally and throughout The Bahamas, this is Johnston’s first solo exhibition in Nassau. Tyler Johnston, the grandson of the late Randolph Wardell Johnston, has worked extensively with his family’s traditional bronze casting studio – the only one in The Bahamas. His current body of work represents a departure from the traditional sculptural history of his lineage. Tropical Alchemy is a very modern, very Bahamian and very personal series of work. Working out of Popopstudios since the fall of 2012, Johnston has worked with fellow artist John Cox on a series of murals for the Bahamar resort, holds regular dance, theatre and martial arts workshops, and recently acted in the television drama “Mystery In Paradise,” shot this winter in Nassau. Johnston also is an award winning filmmaker, started the Bahamas Institute for Motion Pictures, which holds the monthly social networking event called Creative Connect with the Bahamas Film Makers and Actors Guild. Tyler studied Filmmaking and Theatre at Maine Media workshops and the University of Southern Maine. He holds a BFA from the Maine College of Art and studied Urban Design at the Harvard Graduate School of Design.
Thursday 27th October 2011 6:00 PM