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Sunday, November 18, 2018
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Eric and Amy in the garden. Few signs of a major storm can be seen. Live music and all other activities are back.(Gerard Sperry photo)

Eric and Amy Tillett. (Gerard Sperry photo)

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Hurricane Irma left a lot of damage behind in Tillett Gardens.The flora and walkways were buried in debris. (Tillett photo)

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NATURAL MYSTIC - backlit by a late afternoon sun, members of Earth Mama's Pan African Dance Company perform at the St. Thomas-St. John Agriculture Fair.
The fair takes place in a new location, at the Bordeaux Farms Pavillion. Saturday displays included rabbits, silkie chickens and a turtle in the petting farm, lemongrass, squash, tomatoes and watermelon.
Chef Ashley Allen demonstrated turkey carving. Jason Budsan from the St. Thomas-St. John Environmental Association showed how layering mulch from storm debris and sargasso seaweed makes great compost.
There was also a coal pot lighting contest at sunset. More fun to come on Sunday.
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