A series of six separate workshops will take place from 10 a.m. to noon and 2 p.m. to 4 p.m. on Nov. 22, 23 and 24. A discounted price of $160 is available for those who register for all six classes and $120 is the cost for four classes.
“A Bottle of Water” is a story of survival and growth after a traumatic accident. It is the personal testimony of a football coach and award-winning weight lifter who was hit by a speeding car while on his way to purchase a bottle of water.
An International Men’s Day Summit will be held from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m., Tuesday, Nov. 19, at University of the Virgin Islands Great Hall.
The U.S. Virgin Islands Department of Tourism's Division of Festivals is inviting members of the community to submit suggestions for a theme for the 2020 Carnival on St. Thomas.
Consistent with tradition, on the final day, the students presented their app concepts before a panel of judges who determined the Best Hack, Most Creative Hack and Most Impactful Hack.
The fair will include fresh locally grown and packaged items such as fruits, vegetables, nursery plants, fruit trees, vegetable seedlings, pepper sauces and fruit stews. Additionally, there will be local arts and crafts, local culinary delights, activities and much more.
Gov. Albert Bryan Jr. held his final swearing-in ceremony today, officially filling out his administration’s 29-member Cabinet, which has been charged with moving forward his transformative agenda.
Come enjoy dozens of competitors, various styles of wings and the St. Thomas community gathering together to celebrate charity, food and music.
The Forum has sponsored musicians, artists, speakers, theater, dancers, poets and films in order to challenge, educate, uplift and astonish! It is entirely reliant on individual, corporate and foundation support to fulfill its mission.
The Virgin Islands Office of Veterans Affairs (VA) invites the territory’s veterans to an afternoon of fun in their respective districts as a part of its 2nd annual Virgin Islands Veterans Appreciation Day.