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st john ferry 1949 -fritz henley

St. John Ferry 1949 – photo by Fritz Henley

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St. John and Virgin Islands News

Tough talk and post-shutdown relief at Caribbean conference
By Gay Nagle Myers

FORT-DE-FRANCE, Martinique — News of the resolution ending the partial shutdown of the U.S. government was greeted with a sense of relief by tourism officials attending the Caribbean Tourism Organization’s (CTO) annual State of the Industry conference here last week.

The U. S. Virgin Islands — St. John, in particular — experienced the shutdown directly, since two-thirds of that island is a national park. Tourists arriving there in the first week of the 16-day shutdown found beaches barred by chains, hiking trails closed and even the visitors center off-limits.

“Fortunately, a deal was struck after the first seven days with the National Park Service, and … the park was reopened to visitors,” said Richard Doumeng, president of the Caribbean Hotel and Tourism Association and owner of Bolongo Bay Beach Resort on St. Thomas.

This was not a minor event, he said.

“The livelihood of an entire island was at stake,” Doumeng said. “Trunk Bay [part of Virgin Islands National Park] is a favorite attraction for cruise passengers in particular, and closure of that beach with its underwater snorkeling trail dealt a serious blow to our tourism and had a ripple effect on vendors at the beach, watersports operators, concessionaires near the park and even the ferry operators whose passenger numbers were down between St. Thomas and St. John.”… read more

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Cruise Ship in St. Thomas

Cruise Ship leaving Charlotte Amalie Harbor, St. Thomas

The Origin of Football, Basketball, Baseball and all the Other Games Played with a Ball

Today, games played with a rubber ball are such a significant part of modern culture that championship sports events are observed by more people, and with more fervor and enthusiasm, than most national holidays or religious celebrations. Ball games are taken so seriously that nations have actually gone to war over the outcome of soccer competitions.

Until the end of the fifteenth century, when Europeans first made contact with the Tainos, rubber ball games were unknown in Europe and, presumably, in the rest of the world. There was no such thing as football, soccer, basketball or baseball…. read more

Virgin Islands News

Regatta: Winds Plays Hide and Seek Saturday
By Source staff — March 24, 2013

Despite winds that played hide and seek all Saturday afternoon, Michigan sailor Dalton DeVos maintained his lead in the Melges 32 class in the 40th International Rolex Regatta taking place in the waters off St. Thomas.

Saturday’s action took place on three stages. The one-design Melges 32 class started out in Great Bay, but playful winds caused the race committee to re-set marks further out in Pillsbury Sound. Races in the IC-24 and Beach Cat classes were delayed a half hour at mid-day as the wind ebbed and finally flowed in Jersey Bay. The spinnaker and non-spinnaker fleets had no trouble finding steady wind on courses set along the south coast of neighboring St. John…. read more

St. John Weather

Partly cloudy with rain showers
High of 82 degrees F
Winds from the North at 10 to 15 mph shifting to the West in the afternoon
Chance of rain 20%
Sunset: 6:31 PM AST
Water temperature (Charlotte Amalie Harbor, St. Thomas): 86 degrees F

St. John Live Music Schedule

Aqua Bistro
Lauren Jones
3:30 – 6:30
776-5336

Concordia
Bo
Sunday Brunch 10:00 am

Cruz Bay Prime
Mark Wallace
7:00 – 10:00
693 -8000

High Tide
Lemuel Callwood Steel Pan
4:00 – 6:00
714-6169

Miss Lucy’s
Sambacombo
10:00 am – 2:00 pm
693-5254

Ocean Grill
David Laab
6:30 – 9:00
693-3304

Rhumblines
T-Bird
7:00 – 10:00

Shipwreck Landing
Hot Club
7:00 – 10:00

Skinny Legs
Dave Gerard
6:00
779 4982

Sun Dog Cafe
David Laab
11:00 am- 2:00 pm
244-9713

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Ferry to St. John 1949

St. John Ferry 1949 (photo by Fritz Henle)

Day Trip to St. John 1907

In 1907, there was scheduled service to the St. Thomas, Danish West Indies by ships, which arrived once a month. A 1907 travel guide outlined the following day trips for tourists to St. John:

“Visitors to St. John would leave Charlotte Amalie at 5:00 A.M. and travel overland to Red Hook or Smith Bay. There they would meet a sloop that had left Charlotte Amalie with their baggage, which was loaded on board the night before. This sloop also carried ice and other cargo bound for St. John.

“An alternative plan for a visit to St. John would be to arrange for a rowboat to take passengers and their baggage across Pillsbury Sound to Cruz Bay.

“Upon arrival the tourists would wait in Cruz Bay for ponies that would take them to Bordeaux. They would return via a dirt path along the St. John’s north shore that is now the North Shore Road.

“At the end of the day the visitors would take the downwind trip back to Charlotte Amalie where they would arrive in the early evening.”

(From the Short Guide to St. Thomas and St. Jan, written by J.P. Jorgenson in 1907, a travel guide written in English, which was by then the language of the Virgin Islands.)

St. John Weather

Partly cloudy with rain showers
High of 79F
Breezy: Winds from the ENE at 15 to 20 mph
Chance of rain 40%
Water Temperature (Charlotte Amalie Harbor, St. Thomas): 82.9 degrees F
Sunset: 6:29 PM AST

St. John Live Music Schedule Monday March, 18

Aqua Bistro
Matt Mitruk
5:30 – 8:30
776-5336

Barefoot Cowboy Lounge
T-Bird
7:00 – 9:00
201-1236

Castaways
Trivia Night
8:00
777-3316

Concordia
Open Mic with Ben Marr
3:30 – 5:30

La Tapa
Sambacombo
6:30 – 9:30
693-8141

Maho Bay Camp
Bo & Lauren
8:00

Ocean Grill
Chris Carsel
6:30 – 9:00
693-3304

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Outside of Charlotte Amalie

A Cattle Ranch outside of Charlotte Amalie – photo by Jack Delano 1941

“Outside of Charlottte Amalie was “country.” That was it; there was “city” (speed limit 10 mph) and there was “country” (speed limit 20 mph). No K Mart, no Cost’s U Less, no Pricemart or Tutu or Four Winds, just country. St. Thomas Dairy had real cows back then, which you could see wandering through the grassy valleys.” St John Life Blog August 27, 2008

St. John News

Tickets Available for Friends of Park Gala
By Lynda Lohr — February 18, 2013

Tickets are going fast but some are still available for Saturday’s Friends of V.I. National Park Gala, which will be held at Presidio del Mar, the Peter Bay home of Steven and Pamela Deckoff.

“It’s a way to have a great time and raise money for the park,” Friends development director Karen Vahling said.

Tickets are $250 each.

Parking will be available at the Trunk Bay Beach, with a shuttle leaving from the parking lot starting at 6 p.m. A shuttle will meet the ferry arriving from Red Hook at Cruz Bay at 6:20 and 7:20 p.m. for transportation to Presidio del Mar. The shuttle will return in time to meet the 10 and 11 p.m. departing ferries from Cruz Bay to Red Hook…. read more

Press Release: St John Cancer Fund

The St. John Cancer Fund presents the 8 Tuff Miles Recovery Beach Party next Sunday Feb 24, 2013 from 11-4 PM at Oppenheimer Beach

What is the St John Cancer Fund?

The St John Cancer Fund was formed in July 2012 by a group of St John residents.  The founding members of the St John Cancer Fund were some of the Event Planning Committee of American Cancer Society’s St John Relay for Life 2011 and 2012. The St John Relay for Life raised $140,000 in 2011 and $180,000 in 2012, respectfully.

The group felt our efforts would be more effective helping St John residents with cancer by forming our own non profit. 100% of the monies raised are used to help St John residents. The group interviewed three non profit organizations to decide which would be most efficient in managing the monies we would raise. They are St John Community Foundation, The St John Revolving Fund and the Community Foundation of the Virgin Islands. It was unanimously decided that the Community Foundation of the Virgin Islands was the perfect vessel for our needs.

The Community Foundation of the Virgin Island (CFVI) is the largest non profit organization in the Virgin Islands. The CFVI manages funds of over 100 various groups such as the Humane Society of the VI, Make a Wish Foundation, Dancing Classrooms and many more.

The beauty of our affiliation with the CFVI are: no administrative fees, a full time staff who’s salaries are paid through grants and angel donations and the ability to process financial request within 24 hours.

The St John Cancer Fund is not restricted to how we can assist our residents. In 2012 the St John Cancer Fund has paid back rent for a St John cancer patient unable to work, provided gas and food dollars for another, paid for cancer screening for survivor who lost their job, and helped cancer survivor with outstanding Dr. expenses

During the month of October 2012 we raised over $28,000 with three fund raising events- The Woody’s Save 2nd Base Block Party, The Dingy Poker Run and the Cancer Fund Golf Tournament.  Our next event is on February 24, 2013.  The St John Cancer Fund has partnered with the 8 Tuff Miles road race to host the  1st Annual Recovery Beach Party the day after the race at Oppenheimer Beach.

The mission statement of the St John Cancer Fund is:St John Cancer Fund provides monies for prevention, treatment and supportive services in the fight against cancer on behalf of the Community of St John, USVI.”

The purpose of the Fund is to provide monies for St John residents who are cancer patients that appeal to the St John Cancer Fund for assistance. Excluding the payment of airfare and medical prescription costs, which are covered in the US Virgin Islands by the American Cancer Society, the St John Cancer Fund will address the financial needs of specifically St John, USVI Cancer patients with medical treatment expenses (initial chemo, radiation, medical testing, medical equipment and other needs required for quality of life for cancer patients who are unable to get other assistance.) The St John Cancer Patient Fund is not set up to handle the complete medical coverage of any individual. The St John Cancer Patient Fund is set up to help in small ways to make the journey of the cancer patient easier to bear. St John Cancer Fund encourages patients to exhaust all other resources so that the limited funds of St John Cancer Fund can serve as many St John residents who are suffering from cancer as possible. There is a total cap per patient per year of will be determined as our fund raising effort are underway.

We have simplified the process of gaining assistance to a three step process. The patient’s physician completes the verification form, the patient fills out the financial assistance form and faxes it to the CFVI.  The CFVI sends out an anonymous request via email to 5 committee members who then approve the request. We feel strongly on protecting the patient’s privacy.  Through the CFVI the St John Cancer Fund can provide financial assistance within 24 hours of the initial request.

We hope that this information helps explain the fund and our goals. Please visit our website at www.stjohncancerfund.org. We would greatly appreciate any volunteer or financial assistance you may consider in contributing. All donations are 100% tax deductible. You can donate on line or send a check. All checks are made out to: Community Foundation Virgin Islands earmarking St John Cancer fund in the memo notes.

St John Events – Monday February 18

St. John Arts Festival
Cruz Bay Park
Beginning at 12:30 pm
South American-style music by the Samba Combo band

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St John Live Music Schedule

Aqua Bistro
Matt Mitruk
5:30 – 8:30
776-5336

Barefoot Cowboy Lounge
T-Bird
7:00 – 9:00
201-1236

Castaways
Trivia Night
8:00
777-3316

Concordia
Ben Marr – Open Mic
3:30 – 5:30

High Tide
Chris Carsel
6:00
714-6169

La Tapa
Sambacombo
6:30 – 9:30
693-8141

Maho Bay Camp
Bo & Lauren
8:00

Ocean Grill
Chris Carsel
6:30 – 9:00
693-330

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St. John Weather

Partly cloudy with rain showers
High of 79 degrees F
Winds from the ENE at 10 to 15 mph
Chance of rain 30%
Sunrise: 6:44 AM AST Sunset: 6:21 PM AST
Water Temperature: 82.9 degrees F

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Hotel Charlotte Amalie St. Thomas 1941

International Hotel – Charlotte Amalie, St. Thomas, USVI photo by Jack Delano 1941

St. John Arts Festival - Saturday February 16

Hike to Estate Beverhoudtsberg
St. John Historical Society
9:00 am

Cruz Bay Park
Beginning 12:00 noon
Love City Pan Dragons
Steel Pan Music
Love City Leapers
Jump Rope Team
Ball room dancing exhibition

Broadway Comes to St. John
Westin Ballroom
St John School of the Arts

Sunday, February 17

Cruz Bay Park – Beginning at 2:00 pm
Gospel Concert
St. John Church Choirs
Quadrille dance performance

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St. John Live Music Schedule

Castaways
Mikey P 9:00
Dance Party 11:00
777-3316

Cruz Bay Prime
Mike Wallace
7:00 – 10:00
693 -8000

Miss Lucy’s
David Reed
6:00 – 9:00
693-5254

Morgan’s Mango
Luba
6:00 – 9:30
693-8141

Ocean Grill
Rascio on Steel Pan
6:00 – 9:30
693-3304

Rhumblines
Lauren
7:00 – 10:00

Shipwreck Landing
Tom Mason & the Blues Buccaneers
7:00 – 10:00

Skinny Legs
Hot Club of Coral Bay
6:00
779 4982

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St. John Weather

Partly cloudy with rain showers in the morning, then clear with rain showers
High: 79 degrees F
Breezy: Winds from the ESE at 15 to 20 mph
Chance of rain: 20%
Sunrise: 6:46 AM AST – Sunset: 6:20 PM AST
Water Temperature: 82.9 degrees F

 

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St Thomas Waterfront 1941

Charlotte Amalie, Saint Thomas Island, Virgin Islands. A slum quarter by the waterfront. By Jack Delano 1941

St. John News

DPNR Reprimands Officer for Coral Bay Enforcement Action
By Lynda Lohr — February 1, 2013

A Department of Planning and Natural Resources enforcement officer involved in a July 2012 action viewed by Coral Bay boaters as heavy handed was reprimanded on the advice of the Justice Department, DPMR Commissioner Alicia Barnes said in a press release issued Thursday…. read more

Myrah Keating’s Telemedicine Link to Close
By Lynda Lohr — January 31, 2013

Myrah Keating Smith Community Health Center didn’t get a lot of bang for the buck is how director Dr. Joseph DeJames put it when speaking about the Schneider Regional Hospital Center Board’s refusal Wednesday to renew a telemedicine contract with Cleveland Clinic…. read more

Delinquent Property Auctions Scheduled for St. Thomas-St. John District
By Source Staff — February 1, 2013

The Division of Real Property Tax informs the public that the next round of auctions for properties in delinquent payment status of 10 or more years has been scheduled for the St. Thomas-St. John district. The auction will be held at 9 a.m. on Feb. 27 and 28 in the courtyard of the GERS Building on Kronprindsens Gade, according to a press release issued Friday by the Office of the Lieutenant Governor…. read more

St. John Weather

Clear in the morning, then mostly cloudy with rain showers
High of 82 degrees F
Winds from the East at 10 to 15 mph.
Chance of rain 20%.
Sunrise: 6:52 AM AST – Sunset: 6:14 PM AST
Water Temperature (Charlotte Amalie Harbor, St. Thomas) 82.9 degrees F

St. John Live Music Schedule

Beach Bar
Get Right Band
9:oo
777-4220

Castaways
Mikey P 9:00
Dance Party 11:00
777-3316

Cruz Bay Prime
Mike Wallace
7:00 – 10:00
693 -8000

Morgan’s Mango
Luba
6:00 – 9:30
693-8141

Ocean Grill
Rascio on Steel Pan
6:00 – 9:30
693-3304

Rhumblines
Lauren
7:00 – 10:00

Skinny Legs
Hot Club of Coral Bay
6:00
779 4982

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Main Street, St. Thomas, US Virgin Islands 1941

Boys playing on a street corner in Charlotte Amalie, Virgin Islands – by Jack Delano 1941

Love City Live Tonight

Love City Live – Strictly Rockers – Reggae Party 7:00 pm – 1:00 am. Dance the night away at this outdoor island extravaganza while enjoying premium cocktails, local treats and the “One Love” atmosphere.

St. John Film Society Press Release:

St. John Film Society Presents
Select Films from the 4th Traveling Caribbean Showcase of Films
Spotlight on CUBA

DATE: Tuesday, February 5, 2013
TIME: 7:30pm
PLACE: St. John School of the Arts, Cruz Bay

This year the St. John Film Society will host a number of films from the 4th Annual Traveling Caribbean Film Showcase.  We kick off this festival with the following films from CUBA:

 Adolpho: 45-min fiction by Sofie Delaage  (2006)
Poor Adolpho yearns for life beyond his broken-down taxi and plots a journey across the sea in this contemporary Cuban comedy of errors.

Con El Toque de la Chaveta: 28-min documentary, by Pamela Sporn, (2007)
In the cigar factories of Cuba, a unique tradition persists: ‘la lectura de tabaqueria’. Every day, specially employed workers read out loud to the two or three-hundred tabaqueros as they sit rolling the country’s famous cigars. From classic novels to national politics and local baseball results, for centuries this daily tradition has been an education for the workers, or chavetas. But after years of listening, they are now knowledgeable and demanding, and the readers must be at their very best if they are to keep their discerning audience interested.

 Maestra: 33-min documentary by Catherine Murphy.  (2011)

In 1961 Cuba 250,000 volunteers taught 700,000 people to read and write in one year. 100,000 of the teachers were under 18 years old, over half were women.  The Bay of Pigs invasion took place in Cuba impacting the both the women and the literacy campaign.  The young women who went out to teach literacy in the rural communities across the island found themselves deeply transformed in the process. This documentary includes present day interviews with women who volunteered to teach their country to read in 1961 along with archival footage and still photos from the 60’s.   Catherine Murphy has begun the recording of an oral history of one of contemporary Cuba’s greatest achievements.

St. John Weather

Partly cloudy with rain showers
High of 82 degrees F.
Breezy: Winds from the ENE at 10 to 20 mph.
Chance of rain 40%.
Sunrise: 6:53 AM AST – Sunset: 6:09 PM AST
Water Temperature (Charlotte Amalie Harbor) 82.9 degrees F

St. John Live Music Schedule – Tonight January 25

Aqua Bistro
Stephan Sloan
5:30 – 8:30
776-5336

Barefoot Cowboy Lounge
Michael Beason
7:00 – 9:00
201-1236

Beach Bar
Sol Driven Train
9:00
777-4220

Castaways
Mikey P 8:00
Dance Party 11:00
777-3316

Cinnamon Bay
Eddie Bruce Drum Circle
6:30 – 8:00

Concordia
Bo & Lauren
6:30 – 9:00

High Tide
Mikey P
9:00
714-6169

Inn at Tamarind Court
Steel Pan
6:00 – 9:00
776 6378

Island Blues
Slammin
776 6800

Morgan’s Mango
Lauren Jones
6:00 – 9:30
693-8141

Ocean Grill
T-Bird
6:30 – 9:00
693-3304

Rhumblines
Erin Hart
7:00 – 10:00

Spyglass
James Milne
5:00 – 8:00
776-1100

Shipwreck Landing
Mitch Woods
7:00-10:00

Skinny Legs
Chris Carsel & Company
6:30 – 9:30
779 4982

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Street Scene Charlotte Amalie, St. Thomas

Street Scene Charlotte Amalie, St. Thomas US Virgin Islands Jack Delano, photographer – 1941 Dec.

St. John Events – Thursday January 24

Love City Live

Lime 101 – A Caribbean Art, Food & Rum Experience -4:00pm – 9:00pm @ NPS Greens (No Cover) See local art, savor local cuisine, sample local cocktails…Experience local Vibe…come early for workshops and cooking classes.

St. John Weather

Partly cloudy with rain showers
High of 82 degrees F.
Breezy: Winds from the SE at 15 to 20 mph.
Chance of rain 30%
Sunrise: 6:53 AM AST – Sunset: 6:08 PM AST
Water temperature (Charlotte Amalie Harbor) – 82.9 degrees F

St. John Live Music Schedule – Thursday January 24

Banana Deck
Steel Pan by Lemuel Samuels
6:00 – 9:00
693-5055

Barefoot Cowboy Lounge
Erin Hart
7:00 – 9:00
201-1236

Castaways
James
9:00
777-3316

High Tide
Inner Vision
8:00 – 11:00
714-6169

Miss Lucy’s
Jazz with Rich and Greg
6:00 – 9:00
693-5354

Morgan’s Mango
Mark Wallace
6:00 – 9:30
693-8141

Ocean Grill
Chris Carsel
6:30 – 9:00
693-3304

Rhumblines
Erin Hart
7:00 – 10:00

Spyglass
James Milne
5:00 – 8:00
776-1100

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Lutheran Church St. Thomas 1941

After a morning church service on Christmas Day – Jack Delano, photographer – 1941 Dec.

Lutheran Church

The Lutheran Church on St. Thomas is the second oldest Lutheran Church in the western hemisphere. As the official church of Denmark, Lutheran ministers arrived with the first settlers and the first services were held in the courtyard of the fort.

In 1754, a church was built outside the fort and began ministering to blacks for the first time. Lutheran Ministers translated the Bible to Creole, and the same minister held services for two separate congregations, one Danish and the other Negro Creole.

The church was destroyed by a hurricane in 1772 and was replaced in 1789 by the Frederik Lutheran Church. The construction was financed by a free black parishioner, Jean Reeneaus.

The original Georgian-style building was reconstructed in 1827 after being destroyed by fire and then again in 1870, after damage suffered in a hurricane.

From “St. Thomas” by Gerald Singer

Things to do — St. Thomas
Mango Tango Presents Works Created in a Small Format
By Source Staff — January 21, 2013
Mango Tango invited artists represented by the gallery to create one to six works in a square foot format. Additionally artisans in Haiti, Guatemala and Panama were given the same invitation to make handicrafts in the small format. The final result is an Art by the Square Foot Exhibition that begins Friday from 5:30-8:30 p.m. on Jan. 25. Participating artists include Andrea Anderson, Caroline Duprey, Shari Erickson, Kristen Maize, Adrienne Miller, Mel McCuddin, Merryn McDonald, Kat Stevens, Brenda Sylvia, Mandy Thody and Dana Wylder, as well as a few newcomers…. read more

St. John Weather

Partly cloudy with rain showers
High of 84 degrees F
Breezy: Winds from the ESE at 15 to 20 mph.
Chance of rain 20%.
Sunrise: 6:54 AM AST – Sunset: 6:08 PM AST
Water Temperature (Charlotte Amalie Harbor) 82.9 degrees F

St. John Live Music Schedule

Aqua Bistro
Rascio on Steel Pan
6:00 – 8:00
776-5336

Castaways
Flip Flop Rock
8:00
777-3316

Coconut Coast
St. John Flutes
5:30 -7:00
776-6944

Cruz Bay Prime
Sambacombo
7:00 – 10:00
693 -8000

High Tide
Lemuel Callwood Steel Pan
4:00 – 6:00
714-6169

Shipwreck Landing
Chris Carsel
6:30 – 9:30

Sun Dog Cafe
Wednesday Night Jam
Lauren & Mark Wallce
7:30-10:30
244-9713

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Hazy conditions yesterday seen from above the Charlotte Amalie Harbor

The haze from the Sahara Dust and the Montserrat Volcano ash are still present, but it’s not nearly as thick as yesterday.

Free Movie Night:  Milking the Rhino

Tonight at the St. John School of the Arts Cruz Bay, St. John the St. John Film Society presents: Milking the Rhino, an 85 minutes, 2008, documentary directed by David E. Simpson

Pond Bay Club on the Auction Block
By Lynda Lohr — April 2, 2012

The partially-completed Pond Bay Club, located on 13.5 acres at Chocolate Hole on St. John, will go up for auction at St. Thomas Superior Court on May 2, according to an attorney involved in the various court cases surrounding the property. Read article

St. John Weather

High Temperature: 86 degrees
Water Temperature: 83 degrees
Sunset: 6:33 pm
Winds: SE 5-10 mph
Forecast: Partly Cloudy

St. John Live Music Schedule Tuesday April 3

Castaways – Karaoke Night – 9:00 – 777-3316
Driftwood Dave’s – Michael Beason – 8:00 – 777-4015
High Tide – Erin Hart – 6:00 – 9:00 – 714-6169
Island Blues – Karaoke & Open Mic – 8:00 – 11:00 – 776-6800
Morgan’s Mango – Greg Kinslow – 6:00 – 9:30 – 693-8141
Ocean Grill – Rascio on Steel Pan – 6:00 – 9:30 – 693-3304
Shipwreck Landing – Chris Carsel – 6:30 – 9:30
Spyglass – T-Bird – 5:00 – 8:00 – 776-1100

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