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UVI’s Afternoon on the Green to Go Virtual on March 15

Fans of UVI’s annual “friend-raiser” will be treated to a virtual extravaganza.

Government House on the Air in February

Gov. Albert Bryan Jr. encourages residents in the community to tune in and call with questions, ideas and comments.

‘Virgin Islands Infrared – Photography by Jared Shomo’ Exhibit Opens Saturday at 81C Gallery

Artist Jared Shomo's infrared photography exhibit opens Sat., Feb. 20, from 7 p.m. to midnight at 81C gallery's downtown location on Strand Gade in Charlotte Amalie.

81C Gallery to Host Valentine’s Day Pop-Up Event: ‘For the Love of Art’

81C is honored to announce a Valentine’s Day art gallery pop-up event called "For the Love of Art," taking place in collaboration with the V.I. Children’s Museum on Sunday, Feb. 14.

VIDA Postpones Agriculture and Food Fair USVI Until 2022

There will be a recognition and celebration of the fair’s 50th anniversary celebration next year.

JFL Illuminated in Honor of National Day of Mourning for COVID-19 Victims

The Governor Juan F. Luis Hospital and Medical Center was illuminated at 6 p.m. on Tuesday, in honor of the 24 Virgin Islanders lost to COVID-19 and their families.

MBW’s 4th Annual Mystery Event to Take Place virtually on Jan. 30

Registration is open for “Mystery in a Toga,” a virtual fundraiser for My Brother’s Workshop, scheduled to take place from 7 to 9 p.m. Jan. 30.

Bryan K. Williams to Offer 10 Tips to Overcome Any Barrier on Free Webinar

On Jan. 13, the Virgin Islands Children's Museum will present an inspirational webinar by Bryan Williams, Ph.D., who will help launch participants into 2021 with renewed vigor and determination.

81C to Exhibit Artist Augustin Holder’s ‘Abstract Expression Art’ on Jan. 16

81C is honored to announce a full-scale art exhibition of abstract expressionism, with an opening celebration event on Saturday, Jan. 16, at its downtown location on Strand Gade in historic Charlotte Amalie.

CBCC Brings Christmas Joy to Coral Bay Children

Also, since people could not get together, Dawn, the new owner of Pickles, bought on St. Thomas and then donated large frozen turkeys, hams and children's gifts that the group of volunteers delivered to 52 families including over 70 children

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