The first Saturday in every month at 8:00 a.m.
Rand Nature Centre
Grand Bahama Island
Birdwatching enthusiasts can enjoy a walk through this bird sanctuary.
Central Bank Art Exhibition
Each month, during January - April
Time: 9:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m, Mon. - Fri.
Central Bank Gallery
Trinity Place & Frederick Street
view varied artwork displayed by different Bahamian artists
Native "King & Knights" Show
Nassau Beach Hotel, Cable Beach
Show Times: Tue.-Sat.: 8:30 p.m. (& 10:30 p.m. depending upon attendance)
Sun. & Mon.: 8:30 p.m. show only
For exciting indigenous entertainment in Nassau, visit our native King & Knights Show, offering fire-dancing and limbo-dancing.
New Year's Day Junkanoo Parade
On Bay Street, downtown Nassau
starting at 1:00 a.m.
Junkanoo, a kaleidoscope of sound and spectacle (a bit of Mardi Gras, Mummer's Parade and ancient African tribal ritual) takes place. Prize-giving is at 8:00 a.m. The parade is a repeat of the Boxing Day Parade, held December 26 past. On this occasion, costumes and themes are different from Boxing Day.
Annual New Year's Sailing Regatta
Thirty to 40 locally built sailing sloops, ranging from 17' to 28', converge off Montagu Bay in a battle for championship. A continuation from the Christmas Regatta held December 25 & 26, 1997. Organised by the Bahamas Boat Owners Association. A spectator boat is available for a close-up view of races.
The Polar Bear Swim
January 1, from 12:30 p.m
Beach behind Rock â€˜Nâ€™ Roll Cafe
Each New Yearâ€™s, a fun time, with beach party and a customary (snowbirds) swim in the sea amongst giant ice cubes (Brrrr!).
Dundas Repertory Season
January 26 - May 30
Plays, executed by Bahamian artists, are held at the Dundas Centre for the Performing Arts, Mackey Street, Nassau.
Spring Breack Season
February 28 - April 10
(242) 322-7500, ext. 4350
A season of festivities for vacationing college and high school students. Exciting beach parties, sports meets and musical entertainment are some of the highlights of a packed Spring Break calendar. For further details, contact the Social Hostess or front desk of your hotel. Activities are also arranged on Grand Bahama Island and the other major Islands Of The Bahamas.
March - November
West Bay Street
(242) 325-6396 or (242) 326-4720 (evening)
Cricket matches are played every Sat. & Sun. during Cricket Season at Nassau. Games begin at 12:00 Noon.
end of September - end of April
(242) 328-7888 or (242) 326-8000
Winton Rugby Field
off Prince Charles Drive, Nassau
Rugby matches are played during the Rugby Season. Don't miss out on a game loved by the Bahamians.
December 27 (Official date is December 26)
A public holiday. The day is a traditional English holiday started centuries ago when leftover Christmas goodies were boxed by nobility and landlords and given to servants and tenants.
Boxing Day Junkanoo Parade
December 27 (Tentative)
On Bay Street, downtown Nassau
During the early morning hours (starting at 1:00 a.m.)
Junkanoo is a kaleidoscope of sound and spectacle (a bit of Mardi Gras, Mummer's Parade and ancient African tribal ritual). Revellers, dressed in colorful costumes of crepe paper, parade through the streets to the sounds of cowbells, goatskin drums, whistles and many other homemade instruments. Prize-giving is at 8 a.m. The parade is repeated on New Year's Day, January 1.
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