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The highly anticipated Potcake documentary, ‘It’s A Potcake Life,’ filmed and produced by New York producer, Evelyn Vaccaro of Vaccaro Creative Productions, and co-produced by Angie Pattusch of North Abaco Potcake Rescue, with an original music score by classical pianists Stephen and Kristina Segarra, has reached completion. A special screening event will be held under the stars at The Abaco Inn on May 15, 2016 at 8pm.

Potcake Picture to Premier

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The highly anticipated Potcake documentary, ‘It’s A Potcake Life,’ filmed and produced by New York producer, Evelyn Vaccaro of Vaccaro Creative Productions, and co-produced by Angie Pattusch of North Abaco Potcake Rescue, with an original music score by classical pianists Stephen and Kristina Segarra, has reached completion. A special screening event will be held under the stars at The Abaco Inn on May 15, 2016 at 8pm.

Food and bar service will be available. The public is welcome! There is no entry fee for the screening, but donations towards Potcake rescues in Abaco can be made at the venue.

After this very special screening, the film will be submitted to film festivals around the globe. It will also be available for the public to rent on www.vimeo.com/itsapotcakelife , with proceeds going to Potcake rescues.

Abaco PotcakeFilming for ‘It’s a Potcake Life’, began here in Abaco, Bahamas in August 2015. The documentary highlights the struggles of the Bahamian Potcake, and the rescuers that are compelled to help them. Actual rescues are featured, and viewers are taken on an emotional journey, following these dogs as they voyage with their guardians from a life of suffering and neglect to futures full of love and prosperity. Filming continues in the USA and Canada, for a glimpse into the new lives of the Bahamian Potcakes abroad.

Other fun events will also be happening in Hope Town on both Saturday, May 14th and Sunday, May 15th. Monty Knowles Body Art class will be featured on Saturday at the Harbour Lodge starting at 11am, followed by a glow party also at the Harbour Lodge starting at 7pm until midnight. Dance the night away to sounds by DJ Red.

The Bahamas Marine Conservation celebration starts on Sunday at 12noon until 4pm at Nathan’s Bay in Elbow Cay.

More exciting news for the weekend: it is with great excitement that Juliette Deal and Justin Higgs announce the launch of the Hope Town Recycling Program as part of the Waste Not Bahamas, Cans For Kids Organization.

Alburys Ferry is providing service to and from the events all weekend. For inquiries, please call 242-367-0290.

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