St. John, U.S.
is America's Paradise in the Caribbean.
At just 27
St. John, USVI,
is a tiny,
to its two U.S.
which is minutes
to the west and
St. Croix, to
three main U.S.
are a United
and ease that
flights from the
St. John Island
white coral sand
beaches and a
thirds of St.
the 1950's, is
5,600 acres of
St. John as by
far the most
striking of the
St. John beckons
you to stay,
play and live
here with us.
only a 20-minute
ferry ride from
the eastern tip
of St. Thomas,
its residents is
from St. Thomas.
- October Events in St.
SATURDAY, JULY 8, 7 PM
8th Annual Fashionista: Entertainment Showcase
MCM Center, Antilles School Campus, St. Thomas
a wealth of local talent in design and music in this
exciting showcase, featur - ing models and designers
competitions and local musical guests. VIP admission
$20, general $15. For information, call (340)
277-0038 or visit www.fashionistausvi.com
SUNDAY, JULY 9 4 PM
Annual Fashionista Showcase MCM Center, Antilles School
Campus, St. Thomas
Celebration on Fashion, with over 20 international
designers and 50 models-- this is an extravaganza not to
be missed by those who truly appreciate fashion. We will
take it to the next level! VIP admission $40, Gold $30,
Silver $20. For information, call (340) 277-0038 or
SUNDAY - SATURDAY, JULY 9-15
French Heritage Week Frenchtown, St. Thomas
The week of
festivities takes place in one of the island's French
enclaves, the aptly- named Frenchtown neighborhood, also
known as Carenage. On the 14th, Bastille Day, we will
observe the 13th year anniver - sary of the Frenchtown
Museum. Come enjoy live local music and dancing, food
and drinks, and a beauty pageant, while celebrating our
French culture. For information, call (340) 714-2583
SUNDAY, JULY 16, 5:30 AM -
29th Annual Bastille Day Kingfish
Tournament Hull Bay Hideaway, St. Thomas
Dating back to 1987, the Northside Sport - fishing
Club organizes this inshore fishing tournament that
offers the best prizes and attracts more participants
than any other of this type in the USVI, with awards for
the largest kingfish and a dozen more prize categories.
Landlubbers will enjoy the beach party that starts when
the fishing ends at noon and runs until the awards cer -
emony in the evening. Live music by local bands, food
and fun, for the benefit of local charities. For info,
call (340) 998-0854
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