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Mama Juana Festival – Saturday, April 11, 2015 from 10 to 4. American Legion Post 131 (Coral Bay, at the Agriculture Center near Love City Mini Mart) is holding its Second Annual Mama Juana Festival, celebrating the anniversary of the post. The … Continue reading
American Legion to Hold Mama Juana Festival
BY St John Source Staff — MARCH 31, 2015
The Second Annual American Legion Mama Juana Festival will take place from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. on Saturday, April 11, at American Legion Post 131 (Coral Bay, at the Agriculture Center near Love City Mini Mart).
The event, which marks the anniversary of the American Legion Post, is a day of arts and crafts, food and plant sales, and it is an opportunity to taste the name-sake beverage – Mama Juana. This casual event is a fundraiser for the local Legion Post and Auxiliary, an opportunity for people to have a fun time. The public is invited.
FEDERAL AGENCIES STRONGLY URGE ARMY CORPS TO DENY MARINA PERMIT
March 25, 2015 – Coral Bay, St John, US Virgin Islands – The Coral Bay Community Council and the Save Coral Bay grass roots movement have submitted over 1,000 pages of legal analysis, expert reports and environmental analysis to the US Army Corps of Engineers opposing the permit requested by the Summers End Group to construct a mega yacht marina in Coral Bay Harbor, St John, USVI. The submission included close to 14,000 public letters and a petition with over 5,000 signatures all opposed to the marina. Today, we are pleased to announce that we have received copies of the official comment letters sent by four federal agencies, and they have all identified extensive deficiencies in the application, with some agencies going as far as urging the Army Corps, in the strongest terms, to deny the permit requested by the Summers End Group. Read all about it at Save Coral Bay
Make your way from Cruz Bay to Coral Bay after the St. Patrick’s Day Parade at noon
SATURDAY March 14th: FARMER’S MARKET by Emmaus Moravian Church – 10-2pm Mr. Leonard, the St. Thomas farmer who had a booth at the Coral Bay Bizarre Bazaar will be here selling his fresh vegetables and plants, along with Sharelle’s and Karen Samuel’s usual Saturday sale of local baked treats, jams and drinks.
Don’t forget the CORAL BAY OPEN – This year’s “championship” golfing event will raise funds to get Aluminum recycling, can crushing operation up and operating.
8 Tuff Miles THIS SATURDAY – For those of you on St John the week of the 8 Tuff Miles remember there will be a couple hours Saturday morning on February 28th 2015 when you can’t drive to town from Coral Bay or from town to Coral Bay.
Thanks to everyone who helps to make this great annual event happen!
St John Cancer Fund presents the Oppenheimer Recovery Beach Party. Grab the shuttle across from Mongoose Junction for $5. All Proceeds will benefit Love City St John Cancer Fun.
In typical island fashion, it was hard to tell when the old year ended and the new one began.
The party was at Skinny Legs in Coral Bay where the unadvertised festivities (New York City band, free champagne, and surf & turf) drew a lively and appreciative local crowd with revelers dressed in everything from typical-everyday-casual to we-just-came-from-dinner-at-Caneel-Bay-black-tie. As twelve o’clock drew near, the bartenders donned sparkly Happy New Year tiaras and began pouring the bubbly. Top hats, leis, and noisemakers were passed around. December 31st was slipping away but Work of Art was mid-song and the dance floor was jamming. Would they stop for a traditional Times Square-style countdown? Continue reading
There are so many things to be thankful for.
Everyone here is gearing up for Season. The thoughts of finally making money again has put smiles on our faces. I have been snorkeling a few times and am hoping to go at least three times a week. Not there yet but working on it. Continue reading