Events on July 1, 2019 - Monday

Ardastra Summer Camp Season Presents "How To Train Your Critter".

Monday 1st July 2019

Here's everything you need to know to register your 6-12 year olds:
Dates: July 1-5, July 15-19, July 29 - Aug 2 and Aug 12-16
Time: 9am - 3pm daily (Extended care from 8am to 5pm available)

Camp fees:
Weekly Camp registration fee - $135
Ardastra, BHS, BNT member price - $110
Siblings registered in the same session price - $121.50

Camp lunch package: $25 per week
Extended care from 8am-5pm: $40 per week or $10 per day


Please note that advanced registration for camp is REQUIRED. Camp registration fees must be paid in full at least a week prior to the start of camp or there will be a $20 late registration fee.
Lunch packages and weekly rate extended care packages must be purchased on the first day of camp to receive the package rate.
Here’s the registration link: https://forms.gle/6aSWwLAxgwgyzZx39

Ardastra Summer Camp Season Presents How To Train Your Critter

Adventure Learning Centre & Camp Presents Once Upon A Time "Summer Camp"

Monday 1st July 2019  9:00 AM

Summer Camp at the Adventure Learning Centre has just gotten BIGGER AND BETTER!
- Under the theme "Once Upon A Time", this summer camp is geared towards allowing God to guide our stories. We have the choice to surrender our life to Him and walk in the pages of the story...written by The Greatest Author ever known!
Let's side with the Hero in each story; Jesus. He saves the day for every time and He still saves today! Check Out Adventure Learning Centre & Camp On BahamasLocal.com.

Adventure Learning Centre & Camp Presents Once Upon A Time Summer Camp

Living History At Fort Charlotte

Monday 1st July 2019  11:30 AM

Fort Charlotte, constructed during the governorship of Lord Dunmore (1787-1796), was named in honor of the wife of King George III. There are actually three forts: Fort Charlotte, the eastern section, Fort Stanley, the middle section, and Fort D’Arcy, the western section.

The building of the forts, out of solid rock, began in 1787 and was completed in 1819. A dry moat surrounds Fort Charlotte and it is spanned by a wooden bridge on the north side. The forts and military installations in New Providence and throughout The Bahamas formed such an insurmountable defense system that potential invaders were discouraged, and, as a result, these forts never fired a gun in battle.

Every Monday and Wednesday, the Royal Bahamas Defense Force (RBDF) Rangers perform military drills, play music, and fire the cannon (12:00 pm) in West India Regiment uniforms. Staff of the Antiquities, Museums , and Monuments Corporation (AMMC) are dressed in period costumes to show how people dressed back then and what life was like.

Admission to this event is $1.08 (including VAT).

Location: Fort Charlotte, West Bay Street, Nassau, Bahamas

Contact Information:
Ms. Tonya Fernander, Antiquities Monuments Museums Corporation (AMMC)
242-326-4861
tfernander@ammcbahamas.com

Living History At Fort Charlotte