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Little Harbour Art Show Highlights Work of Experienced Artisans and Newcomers

The original date for the Little Harbour Art Show was postponed from December 10 to Dec 17. Five artists spent the day in scenic Little Harbour and Pete’s Pub displaying their variety of crafts and art pieces.

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Hope Town Music Festival Raises Record $75,000 for Charities

Combustion Music hosted its 3rd annual Hope Town Music Festival early in December, 2016 on the beautiful island of Elbow Cay. Over $75,000 was raised from the four writer- rounds, making this year the best to date.

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‘Artist and a Lighthouse’ Gallery Supports Local Landmark

The Abaco Inn turned into SOHO during its limited "Artist and a Lighthouse" gallery opening on the night of November 26. Renowned coastal artist, Kim Rody, was featured at the pop-up gallery opening to launch her limited edition Christmas ornaments, as well as showcase her original paintings, dinnerware and table top accessories.

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Pink Rose Ball Continues to be the Must-Attend Function of the Year

On October 22, 2016 the fourth annual Pink Rose Ball was held at the Abaco beach Resort beneath the marquee tent. The Ball, and its related activities, raises funds for The Abaco Cancer Society – which in turn assists local cancer patients and their families. The evening was one of …

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Hope Town Music Festival Aims to Raise over $60,000 for Local Charities

Combustion Music is gearing up to host the 3rd annual Hope Town Music Festival on the beautiful island of Elbow Cay.

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“Typical Topical Timely Topics” Target of Summer Madness Satire

The not so scrupulous tendencies of Bahamian society were once more the target of the James Catalyn & Friends show held at St. John’s Anglican Church Parish Hall on the evening of September 24.

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Poet Premiers New Work at Bliss Art Evening

Is poetry the baring of a soul overwhelmed by grief and melancholy in front of life’s issues? Or is it a tribute to the beauty of nature or the feats of heroes? Is it just a way to communicate with and reach to others, in the hope they also share the same feelings while confronted by the many aspects of life?

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Sale of Abaco Heritage Quilt Raises $5,000 for Green Turtle Cay’s Albert Lowe Museum

By Amanda Diedrick A colourful quilted wall hanging featuring wild horses, candy-striped lighthouses, curly-tailed lizards and fourteen other iconic elements of Abaco history was recently auctioned off to benefit the Albert Lowe Museum. Though offers on the quilt were received from throughout the Bahamas and the U.S., Green Turtle Cay …

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Potcake Film Screens to Great Fanfare

The special screening of “It’s A Potcake Life”, a documentary produced by Evelyn Vaccaro of Vaccaro Creative Productions, New York, was a grand success. The event was held at the Abaco Inn on Elbow Cay May 15th, 2016. With a breathtaking backdrop of the Atlantic rolling across the beaches on one side, and the twinkling harbour lights on the other, the venue was a perfect complement to the launch this special film.

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Potcake Picture to Premier

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.

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