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Register Now for International Optimist Regatta, Clinic and Team Race Set for June 13-19

The TOTE Clinic will happen June 13-15, followed by the TOTE Team Race June 16, along with a Parade of Nations and Welcome Party, and the International Optimist Regatta June 17-19.

St. Thomas Carnival 2022 Returns In Person to Celebrate Culture and Tradition

This year’s theme, “A New Cultural Roogadoo for Carnival 2022,” included daily free events for children, adults and families of all ages produced by the Department of Tourism’s Division of Festivals.

The University of the Virgin Islands Excels at their First-Ever Virtual Film Festival

The University of the Virgin Islands school semester has finally come to an end. There are so many unforgettable events and activities that will still be lingering in the halls of the university and will also be talked about for many years to come.

USVI Chess Federation Holds 2022 World Spring Festival Chess Tournament on St. Croix

This was a three-day, seven-round Swiss style chess event, providing 14 hours of chess competition.

Task Force to Unveil Territorial Agriculture Plan on Monday

The master plan to guide the territory's agriculture industry into the future will be unveiled at a hybrid event from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. on Monday on all three islands.

Saturday’s Family Fun Day Will Support Survivors of Homicide

On Saturday, the Victims United Inc. will host their Community Awareness Fair and Fun Day at the Franklin D. Roosevelt Park on St. Thomas to bring awareness to the rights, access, and equity for all victims of crime.

‘Virgin Islands Contemporary’ Art Exhibit Opens Thursday at Fort Christian Museum

Local artists Lucien Downes and Augustin Holder will open the “Virgin Islands Contemporary” art exhibit at Fort Christian Museum on St. Thomas in partnership with the Department of Planning and Natural Resources' Division of Libraries, Archives, and Museums. 

Food Fair Tradition to Take on Modern Look

Wednesday's Food Fair on St. Thomas will be a new take on a Carnival classic with a group of Charlotte Amalie High School students in Shamang Straun's architectural drawing class designing the layout of vendors' spots.

New Lineup Announced for 70th Anniversary of Carnival

From an in-person J'ouvert to a newly added Carnival Parade, next week's Carnival celebrations ring in the 70th anniversary of the event with a little something for everyone.

UVI Presents Caribbean Cinematic & Arts Festival

The University of the Virgin Islands communications department and the UVI Association of Black Journalists (UVIABJ) have collaborated to bring to the community and beyond their first-ever Virtual Film Festival, the 2022 Caribbean Cinematic and Arts Festival (CCAF).

Friends of Virgin Islands National Park Hosts Earth Day Fair for the First Time Since 2019

Friends of Virgin Islands National Park's 13th annual Earth Day celebration will take place in Franklin Powell Park on Friday, April 22.

Friends of Virgin Islands National Park Photographer-In-Residence, Kayden Richards Book Signing April 23

Friends of Virgin Islands National Park photographer-in-residence Kayden Richards benefits from a program designed to help young Virgin Islanders explore and develop their creative talents.

CMCArts Friends in the Courtyard Upcoming Fundraiser

On Saturday, April 23, from 3 p.m. to 5:30 p.m., Friends in the Courtyard will hold their second annual fundraiser - BINGO in the CMCArts Courtyard at 10 Strand Street in Frederiksted. Jay Weiss, manager of the Caribbean Museum Center for the Arts, and Sayeeda Carter, contributing artist, give the details in the following interview.

John Obafemi Jones Opens ‘Revelations’ Exhibit at Cane Roots Art Gallery

John Obafemi Jones opened his 'Revelations' exhibit at Cane Roots Art Gallery in downtown Christiansted March 17 to a crowd of 100 art enthusiasts.

WTJX-TV Schedules Evening Programming for Week of April 11-17

WTJX-TV Channel 12 has released scheduling of featured programs for April 11-17.     

Pianist Joy Cline Phinney and L’Étoile Violin Duo Perform on St. John on Friday, April 8

St. John's School of the Arts is presenting pianist Joy Cline Phinney with L'Étoile Violin Duo in concert on Friday, April 8 at 6 p.m.

VIDOH Schedule of National Public Health Week Activities

Commissioner Justa Encarnacion has announced the schedule for the VI Department of Health’s (VIDOH) recognition of National Public Health Week. The events will take place during the week of April 4th through the 10th.

Wine Meets Rum Starts Friday

Three days of food, wine, and rum events will begin Friday - a partnership between the Virgin Islands Government, Visit Loudoun from Loudoun County, Virginia, and the Caribbean Food Network, USVI.

Breast Cancer Art Therapy Wire Sculpture Classes at CMCArts Thursday

Crucian wire sculptor Waldemar Brodhurst will lead breast cancer survivors and all cancer survivors at the Breast Cancer Art Therapy Wire Sculpture Classes to be held at the Caribbean Museum Center for the Arts.

The St. Croix Orchid Society Presents the 50th Annual Orchid Show and Sale

"A Crucian Orchid Jubilee" will begin on Friday, March 25 at 2:00 pm in the Great Hall at the St. George Village Botanical Garden. Orchids of all sizes, shapes, and colors will compete for prizes. Plants will be on sale for those who would like to add to their collection or begin a new one.




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