- By Arlena Smith
If you enjoy dancing and cocktails then head on down to Village Cay this Friday from 4:30pm to 9pm for Village Vibz with DJ Dre. Learn why the motto at Village Cay is good people, good food, and good vibes. There will be Prizes and surprises all night – you don't want to miss it!
Myett's Wine & Arts Festival
Don't miss this month's Wine & Art Festival & Farmers Market at Myett's on Sunday, September 28th from 1-5pm. There will be displays of local art, produce from local farmers and wine tasting, sponsored by Proudly African. There will be Steel Pan Vibe from 1-5pm. So make a day of it and head to the beach – where the beat goes on!
Wellness at Save The Seed
Save the Seed Energy Centre presents Patricia Daway the newest member of the Save the Seed Wellness family. Miss Daway will be offering a number of services including exercise technique clinics, personal training, wellness workshops, weight & stress management, diabetics and ergonomic assessment and much more.
She has over 15 years of experience working within a variety of settings from exercise fitness and massage therapy to health and well-being project management. Don't miss out on your chance to get healthy, call 547-5377 for more information and to book your free consultation today!
2014 Coastal Clean-Up
The Territory is encouraged to keep the beaches and coastlines of the BVI clean by supporting the 2014 International Coastal Clean-Up day. The program runs from 15th September to 27th September. The undertaking is spearheaded by the Fisheries Extension Assistant Mrs. Jasmine Hodge Bannis who said, she is "very pleased with the response thus far and is hoping that more persons take up the mantle to keep the BVI shores free from garbage and debris."
Ministry of Natural Resources and Labour is holding in collaboration with the OECS Commission a public exhibition on Climate Change in the East Atrium of the Central Administratioin Building from Monday, September 29th through Wednesday, October 1st between 9:30am and 3pm.
This eduational and interactive exhibition promises to be highly informative and is a part of the OECS-USAID project known as Rallying the Region to Action on Climate Change.
Persons interested in coming in groups should register by calling Atoya George at 468-2700 or Feliza Fenty at 468-2147