Event Calendar

Friday - March 20th

Arts Alive Presents Yvette Landry

Tillett Gardens, St. Thomas @ 8:00pm
Musician. Author. Educator. Interpreter. That's a lot of different hats for one person to wear; yet Yvette seems to be making it work. Yvette Landry grew up in Breaux Bridge, Louisiana, not far from the levees of the Atchafalaya Basin, North America's largest swampland. For more information visit: www.tillettfoundation.org

Saturday - March 21st

Dream in Green Art Show

Yacht Haven Grande, St. Thomas @ 6:00pm
Opening Reception of Dream in Green Art Show, 6pm to 9pm. Are you green with envy, green behind the ears, or have a green thumb? Does green evoke nature, the environment or health to you? Find out how green makes you feel at the next Caribbean Colour exhibit "Dream in Green"! A percentage of the event proceeds will go towards Arts Alive Student Outreach Program. The exhibition is open daily from 11am to 5pm March 21st through April 5th. Admission is free. Tel: (340) 690-8528

Thursday - March 26th

Virgin Islands Literary Festival

St. Croix @ 10:00am
We are pleased to announce the first literary festival and book fair to be held on Saint Croix, US Virgin Islands from March 26-30, 2015. Lit lovers and readers young and old can enjoy the activities to be organized with the purchase of different types of passes. Regular Admission one day: $5.00 ($8.50 for two day pass) School children members of their school Book Club: $2.00 Full admission: $180.00 Exhibit Hall author or book industry professional: $50.00-$235.00 booths The event will provide the venue and atmosphere for the exhibition of select fine books, works of literature, scholarship, with pride of place given to locally written and published books, while entertaining new ideas and knowledge through panel discussions, seminars, workshops, and other media. For more information visit: www.vilitfest.wordpress.com Tel: (340) 546-4546

Friday - March 27th

Art St. Croix

Top Hat Gallery, St. Croix @ 5:30pm
Starting March 27th and through the weekend, a group of 34 St. Croix artists will showcase and sell their work at Top Hat Gallery in Christiansted. Art St. Croix is a benefit to support fine art programs within island schools, both public and private. Specifically, the hosts hope to provide much needed art supplies to local students. The artists' purpose is to "cultivate future creatives," ensuring the next generation of island artists have a chance to discover and foster their talent. Top Hat Gallery will host the show at 52 Company Street. It will kick-off with an opening reception Friday, March 27 from 5:30 to 9:00 p.m., at which wine and hors d'oeuvres will be served. Admission will be $20 for individuals or $30 per couple. The Strand Street government parking lot will be open Friday evening.

Players for Peace Performance

James Savage Center, St. Croix @ 7:00pm
Players for Peace will host a public performance at the James C. Savage Center for Performing Arts in Frederiksted. The group is a community youth program that promotes peaceful communication through theater that has been conducting sessions 2 afternoons a week for 11 weeks. The group has developed skills in having open dialogue pertaining to socially relevant issues. Made up of students in grades 7-9, the Players have developed performance pieces that deal with their lives in the St. Croix community and the challenges and issues that they face. The program should run about an hour. Tickets are available at the door for $5 each.

St. Thomas International Regatta

STYC, St. Thomas
The St. Thomas International Regatta (STIR) will take place March 27-29, 2015, continuing into its fourth decade with an exceptional program of serious world class yacht racing that has earned it the status of the 'Crown Jewel of Caribbean Yacht Racing'. The STIR is renowned for its serious racing reputation that attracts both the latest yacht designs and greatest skippers and crews from across the globe as well as the Caribbean's hottest rock stars. Visit the Regatta website for a schedule of events. This event includes great sailing during the day and in the evenings: beach parties with live music and dancing - some of which are open to the public. For more information visit: www.stthomasinternationalregatta.com

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Saturday - March 28th

Art St. Croix

Top Hat Gallery, St. Croix
A group of 34 St. Croix artists will showcase and sell their work at Top Hat Gallery in Christiansted. Art St. Croix is a benefit to support fine art programs within island schools, both public and private. Specifically, the hosts hope to provide much needed art supplies to local students. The artists' purpose is to "cultivate future creatives," ensuring the next generation of island artists have a chance to discover and foster their talent. Top Hat Gallery will host the show at 52 Company Street. On both Saturday, March 28 and Sunday, March 29 the show will be open from 10:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. Admission will be complimentary. The fort lot is available for short-term parking Saturday and Sunday.

SEA Pirates Treasure Ball & Auction

New Deep End Bar, St. Croix @ 6:00pm
Silent Auction from 6 to 8pm, Custume Content at 8pm, Live Auction at 8:30pm, Kurt Schindler from 9 to 11pm. Get your tickets now at SEA office in Gallows Bay, Riddim Music and the New Deep End Bar. Proceeds benefit the St. Croix Environmental Association. Tel: (340) 773-1989

St. Thomas International Regatta

STYC, St. Thomas
The St. Thomas International Regatta (STIR) will take place March 27-29, 2015, continuing into its fourth decade with an exceptional program of serious world class yacht racing that has earned it the status of the 'Crown Jewel of Caribbean Yacht Racing'. The STIR is renowned for its serious racing reputation that attracts both the latest yacht designs and greatest skippers and crews from across the globe as well as the Caribbean's hottest rock stars. Visit the Regatta website for a schedule of events. This event includes great sailing during the day and in the evenings: beach parties with live music and dancing - some of which are open to the public. For more information visit: www.stthomasinternationalregatta.com

Sunday - March 29th

Art St. Croix

St. Croix
A group of 34 St. Croix artists will showcase and sell their work at Top Hat Gallery in Christiansted. Art St. Croix is a benefit to support fine art programs within island schools, both public and private. Specifically, the hosts hope to provide much needed art supplies to local students. The artists' purpose is to cultivate future creatives, ensuring the next generation of island artists have a chance to discover and foster their talent. Top Hat Gallery will host the show at 52 Company Street. On both Saturday, March 28 and Sunday, March 29 the show will be open from 10:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. Admission will be complimentary. The fort lot is available for short-term parking Saturday and Sunday.

St. Thomas International Regatta

STYC, St. Thomas
The St. Thomas International Regatta (STIR) will take place March 27-29, 2015, continuing into its fourth decade with an exceptional program of serious world class yacht racing that has earned it the status of the 'Crown Jewel of Caribbean Yacht Racing'. The STIR is renowned for its serious racing reputation that attracts both the latest yacht designs and greatest skippers and crews from across the globe as well as the Caribbean's hottest rock stars. Visit the Regatta website for a schedule of events. This event includes great sailing during the day and in the evenings: beach parties with live music and dancing - some of which are open to the public. For more information visit: www.stthomasinternationalregatta.com

Tuesday - March 31st

Transfer Day at Estate Whim

Whim, St. Croix @ 10:00am
March 31, 1917 was the day that possession of the Danish West Indies was transferred to the United States of America for $25 million. On that day our islands became the Virgin Islands of the United States. Our annual program explores the significance of the events of that day to the people of St. Croix and the Virgin Islands, through discourse, traditional foods, open house at the museum, music and dance.


Guide Map of the USVI

VITraders

$9.99

This beautiful map is full of information, a definite Map Guide! On side 1 are St. Thomas and St. John with close ups of main towns/areas like Cruz Bay, Coral Bay and Charlotte Amalie. On side 2 is St. Croix with close ups of Frederiksted and Christiansted.

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