Events on April 18, 2019 - Thursday
Thursday 18th April 2019
- Vintage Furniture (Mahogany Wood): Beds, side tables, dressing tables, dining table
- Vintage Clothing & Accessories
- Vintage Antique Fine China
- Vintage Refrigerator
- Appliances (Refrigerator Stove Standing Freezer Washer Dryer
- Patio Furniture
- Vintage Antique Collectable Vehicles
- Home Goods
- File Cabinet
- Gas Tanks
- Pot and Pans
- Coffee Tables
- Accents Mirrors
Thursday 18th April 2019 9:00 AM
As this midterm break comes to a close, you may already be thinking about how to entertain your children during their next long stretch away from school... Boost Educational Services is teaming up with The Lily Pad to offer a Holistic Youth Workshop that will allow children aged 8-13 to enjoy a stimulating, educational and fun experience while learning more about how to manage their emotions, their relationships, peer pressure, and so much more. April 15-18 from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.
Thursday 18th April 2019 11:00 AM
In recognition of Earth Day 2019, the Small Island Sustainability Research Centre, University of The Bahamas will discuss this important theme that is impacting The Bahamas in particular, and the world in general. The esteemed panel will discuss how the various stakeholders are playing their role in supporting this theme.
When: Thursday, 18th April 2019 | 11:00 a.m. – 1:00 p.m.
Where: RBC Auditorium, Franklyn R. Wilson Graduate Centre, University of The Bahamas
Moderated by: Dr. Vik Nair, Dean, Graduate Studies & Research
Ms. Lynn Gape, Deputy Executive Director of the Bahamas National Trust
National Parks: Protecting Spaces…Protecting Species
Dr. Ancilleno Davis, Founder, BEiNGS (Bahamians Educated in Natural and Geospatial Sciences)
SEE’ing Sustainability: Social, Economic and Environmental Discussions and Journeys
Rochelle J McKinney, Manager Environmental Services, Bahamas Power and Light Ltd.
Protecting Our Species – A BPL Perspective
Dr. Lester Gittens, Fisheries Officer, Science and Conservation Unit, Department of Marine Resources |
The Management of Bahamian Fisheries Amid the Expected Effects of Climate Change
Craig Powell, The Ocean Sanctuary Alliance (OSA) and Ministry of Foreign Affairs
Multi-stakeholder Partnership to Achieve at Least 10% of Conservation of Coastal and Marine Areas by 2020”
Thursday 18th April 2019 5:30 PM
Thursdays class is all about the core & sweating!
All levels are welcomed to join this 1 hour core engaging, power workout flow. Power Yoga is a workout that will make you sweat as we target mainly the core and other areas to build strength. This class is a series of poses where you hold each for five breaths before moving through a Vinyasa flow on each side. Power Yoga classes move with a steady but fast rhythm.
Members of Evolve sign up using the ZennPlanner app or just drop-in for only $10.
Also Evolve has the amazing option for those who just want to practice yoga or a few classes on the schedule, a punch card.
The punch card is only $100 for 10 classes and you can use them for up to 6 months!!
Check out their membership packages too at www.evolvebahamas.com.
Venue: Evolve, #67 Rosetta Street, Palmdale, Nassau, New Providence, Bahamas
Thursday 18th April 2019 6:00 PM
Hon. K. Peter Turnquest, Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Finance will bring remarks.
Executive Director, of the Access Accelerator, Davinia Blair will provide economic impact updates on the program to date.
Partners from the Bahamas Institute of Chartered Accountants will also be present to sign a Memorandum of Understanding with the Access Accelerator that provides grant funding for hundreds of existing businesses to have their previous financial records organized through BICA.
Several grant awardees will also be present to discuss their work with the SBDC and the growth of their businesses to date.
Thursday 18th April 2019 8:00 PM
Celebrate Birthday's, Anniversaries, Bachelorette, Sorority and more! Bottle Specials $80. Wings (40) for $24.95. Special guest: Dj Ody.
Venue: Sharkeez Bar & Grill, Woodes Rodgers Walk, Nassau, Bahamas
Call tel:242-322-8519 for more information.