Nevis Fishing Tournament 2006

The date for the Nevis Fishing Tournament 2006 has been selected! The big day is Saturday 28th October. Boats usually make a long weekend of it and so special low room rates are available at Oualie Beach Hotel from Thursday …

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Saint Kitts – Nevis 10th Annual Music Festival Begins

The St. Kitts Music Festival 10th Anniversary kicked off with a bang. The explosive concert was held at the newly renovated Warner Park Complex, which hosted the festival for the first time. Thursday June 29, was dubbed the “Soca night” and featured the very best artists in the Calypso and Soca arena. A wide variety of fireworks lighting up the skies and was loud enough for every to hear from all over opened the night.

The evening lineup included some present and past calypso kings of St. Kitts and Nevis including King Dis N Dat and Meeko of Nevis. King Socrates and King Konris Maynard of St. Kitts who were all backed by the Legends Band. The Calypsonians all gave stellar performances and were well received by the crowd.

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Nevis Special Events – July 2006

To Be Announced: Fruit Festival – Sample a wide variety of tasty dishes and drinks beautifully prepared from Nevis’  locally grown tropical fruits  . For more information please call the Department of Agriculture: at either 869.469.5603 or 869.469.7302 July 28 …

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Nevis Equestrian Centre

The most popular ride, beach and trail, begins with a walk past Ft. Ashby, the first fort on the island built in 1650, leading you to one of the many secluded beaches on Nevis. Along the way, you will pass Nelson’s Spring, a beautiful lagoon where clipper ships once filled up with fresh drinking water.
As you continue through Calhoun Estate where you will see Brahma cattle and in the distance, St. Thomas’ Anglican Church, the oldest active Anglican Church in the Caribbean (1643). You then turn east and slowly climb the mountain slope to Paradise Estate, where you will see ruins of a sugar mill.

Your ride then continues through the bush, above the Four Seasons world-renowned golf course, to several grand local homes. You continue on through the village of Barnes Ghaut (ghaut meaning gorge or ravine), more bush and on to the village of Cotton Ground, which derives its name from the production of cotton in years past. The people of this village are warm and friendly and you don’t want to forget the name of your horse because the young children, who know the horses, will question you as to which one you are riding.

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The Eva Wilkin Gallery

The Eva Wilkin Gallery is located in an 18th century windmill at Clay Ghaut Estate.  It was here that Eva Wilkin lived her long and productive life after studying art in England. She sketched and painted the wonderful views, the …

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