Calendar Of Events For Bimni
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or call (242) 373-2268 or fax (242) 373-2511, attention The Bahamian.
New Years Day. Public holiday.
Winter Residents Reception.
Jan 19-Jan 22 2005
Captain Bob Smiths Wahoo Tournament.
Good Friday a Public Holiday
Easter a Public Holiday
Easter Monday a Public Holiday
May 11-Sunday May 15
Bimini Fishing Bash
Whit Monday - a Public Holiday
Holy Name Catholic Church Mini Fair
May 27-Monday May 30
Art on The Island
May 30-Thursday June 30
Junkanoo in June
June 1-Saturday June 4
1st Annual Island Fishing Tournament
Labor Day - a Public Holiday
July 2-Sunday July 10
Independence Day, Public Holiday.
South Florida Yacht Club
Little Miss Native Fishing Tournament Pageant
31-August 5 2005
Bimini Native Fishing Tournament.
Emancipation Day, Public Holiday. The first Monday in August commemorates
the Emancipation of slavery in 1834. In Nassau, Fox hill Village is
the center for Emancipation festivities. Here, an early morning Junkanoo
festival takes place at 1am followed by afternoon of food fest and cultural
Holy Name Catholic Church Picnic
Little Miss Native Fishing Tournament Motorcade
(OBSERVED MONDAY 10TH)
Discovery Day. (Also known as Columbus Day) commemorating Christopher
Columbus' discovery of the New World. Note: The Bahamian island of San
Salvador is historically believed to be the site of Columbus' landfall
in the New World on October 12, 1492.
9- November 13
Christmas Day. A public holiday commemorating the birth of Jesus Christ.
(LEGAL HOLIDAY OBSERVED 27TH)
Boxing Day. A public holiday. The day is a traditional English holiday
which started centuries ago when nobility & landlords boxed leftover
Christmas goodies and gave them to servants and tenants.
Please note that events are subject to changes in scheduling
and cancellation and we are not always advised by the sponsors. Therefore
we cannot be held liable for any differences that appear within our
published schedule and when the event does take place. It is suggested
that you confirm the events time and place with the local office of
Ministry of Tourism.
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Date Page Last Maintained:
21 June, 2005
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