“The hottest blues festival on the coolest Caribbean island”
Wednesday – March 17th through Sunday – March 21st
The main show is Saturday evening March 20th – 7:00 PM in the Coral Bay Ball Field
The Deanna Bogart Band – The Ford Blues Band – EG Kight
JP Soars & The Red Hots – JT Lauritsen – Shakura S’Aida
Billy Gibson – The Ty Curtis Band – Washboard Jo TICKETS PURCHASED IN ADVANCE ARE $25 (TICKETS PURCHASED AT THE SHOW ARE $30)
TICKETS ARE NOW ON SALE
On St. John at:
Connections – Cruz Bay
Connections – Coral Bay
Chelsea Drugs – The Marketplace
On St. Thomas at:
Chelsea Drugs – Red Hook
Food & Beverage Service Available all evening long
So bring a blanket, bring a chair, but please be cool………..no coolers
$5 Safari taxi rides all night from Cruz Bay to Coral Bay Ball Field & back to Cruz Bay
Special 1:00 AM Passenger Ferry from Cruz Bay to Red Hook
For additional information go to stjohnbluesfestival.com
or contact Steve Simon at 340-643-6475 or at
The St John Film Society will welcome visiting filmmaker Marta Bautis on Thursday, 7:00 PM, February 18th at the Marketplace in Cruz Bay.
With her award winning film. Sarayaku: Rivers of Corn, Ms. Bautis will introduce us to the inspiring Kichua women of the Ecuadorian Amazon.
Please save this date and stay tuned for more information to follow on this upcoming event.
Meet the Filmmaker!
Join us for a special pri fixe dinner at La Plancha del Mar before the film. Our friends at La Plancha will be serving a lovely three course meal, including wine tasting!
5:30 PM $35 p/p or $25 for Film Society Members (Memberships sold at the door) Seating will be limited so please make your reservation today!
As you can plainly see, this isn’t the Virgin Islands. This morning finds me enjoying the wonderful world of an American blizzard, in the home of my son, Sean, Astoria, Queens, New York. All in all I have to say that the weather is better on St. John.
For better or for worse, the poet Curtney Chinnery, aka the “Ghost From Jost” is back on St. John.
The Ghost and I made this video yesterday demonstrating how to catch a tarantula. Apparently there are nearly 1,000 species of tarantula and not all are as deadly as commonly imagines. I have heard that these tarantulas, or ground spiders as they are sometimes called on St. John, can inflict a painful bite, but one which is rarely fatal.
Moreover, our St. John tarantulas are not aggressive at all and are fearful of humans.
Stay tunes for more adventures of the “Ghost From Jost…”
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