St. John Virgin Islands
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St. John Historical Society
The St. John Historical Society would like to invite the St. John community to celebrate its 40th anniversary at a party at the Battery on Tuesday, March 11, at 5 p.m. The event will feature catered food and drinks and a slideshow of St. John and Historical Society images. A video entitled “Flight to Freedom: Hans Jonathan,” which follows the quest of a modern-day Icelandic family to discover the true story of their enslaved Crucian ancestor, will be shown, along with a presentation by V.I. historian and SJHS board member George Tyson. All are welcome to attend. Non-members are asked to consider making a donation at the party.
St. John School of the Arts
St. John School of the Arts presents: Trio Arbos
St. John Historical Society
Join the SJHS on Saturday, March 15, for a hike of the Johnny Horn Trail to Leinster Bay, where hikers will hear the history of the area as interpreted by V.I. historian David Knight, local botanist Eleanor Gibney, and retired VINP Chief of Resource Management Rafe Boulon. Hikers should meet at 9 a.m. at the Emmaus Moravian Church and bring water, snack, hat, and sunscreen. This hike is considered moderately difficult. Transportation will be provided from the church to the head of the trail, and a safari taxi will take people back to their vehicles in Coral Bay from Annaberg for a fee.
St. Patrick's Day Parade
Begins at the Cruz Bay Fire Station at 11:00 a.m. and ends at the Quiet Mon Pub.
At just under 100 yards, the annual St. Patrick's Day parade on the small island of St. John claims to be the shortest in the world. The popular, yet brief following begins at the Cruz Bay Fire Station and ends just a couple hundred steps away at the infamous Quiet Mon pub. A fitting finish for the hundreds who don just about anything that's green.
While the parade may lack distance, it doesn't slack on spirit. Beard-wearing, bubble blowing leprechauns of all ages walk, bike and hoop one short block to the bustling bar. The Quiet Mon pub is a flurry of activity all day, from the early hours to late in the evening…. Read more
Annual Beach-to-Beach Power Swim
You’ve done it before and now is the time to get ready for the 11th Annual Beach-to-Beach Power Swim. The Friends of VI National Park is pleased to announce that the swim will be held on Saturday, May 24, 2014 in the crystal clear waters along the spectacular north shore of St. John, US Virgin Islands.... more information
April 5: Calypso Elimination Tent, 8 p.m., Location TBA.
April 13: Prince and Princess Selection Show, 5 p.m., Lionel Roberts Stadium.
April 19: Queen Selection Show, 8 p.m., Lionel Roberts Stadium.
April 20: Toddlers Derby-Best-Dressed Doll, 5 p.m., Lionel Roberts Stadium.
April 19: Traditional Games, 7 p.m., Lionel Roberts Stadium.
April 21: Carnival at Schneider Hospital, 6 p.m., Hospital lobby.
April 22: Junior Calypso Competition, 8 p.m., Lionel Roberts Stadium.
April 23: Cultural Night-King and Queen of the Band, 8 p.m., Lionel Roberts Stadium.
April 24: Calypso Competition, 8 p.m., Lionel Roberts Stadium.
April 25: Opening of Carnival Village, 6 p.m., Fort Christian parking lot.
April 26: Calypso Revue, 8 p.m., Lionel Roberts Stadium.
April 27: Water Sports, 10 a.m., St. Thomas Waterfront.
April 27: Steelband Jamboree, 5 p.m., Lionel Roberts Stadium.
April 29: Pre-teen Tramp, 6 p.m., Market Square to Children's Village.