St. John, U.S.
is America's Paradise in the Caribbean.
January Events in St.
FRIDAY, JANUARY 2, 5 -8:30 PM
Friends of The VI National Park: Full Moon Hike Salt Pond
parking lot, St. John
Hike to the top of Ram’s Head during the full moon while you
explore the southern - most point of St. John with Jenn Russ of
Reef to Peak Excursions. On your hike you will learn about the
fascinating natural and cultural history that exists in this
part of St. John. Bring hiking shoes, flash light, snacks and
drinking water. Max group: 20. Cost: $25 for members, $35 for
non- members. For information, email info@ friendsvinp.org or
call (340) 779-4940
TUESDAY, JANUARY 6, 7:30 PM
Now Showing... 180 Degrees South; Conquerers of the Useless
the Arts, Cruz Bay, St. John This film follows Jeff Johnson as
he re - traces the 1968 journey of his heroes Yvon Chouinard and
Doug Tompkins to Patago - nia. He gets shipwrecked off Easter
Island, and surfs the longest wave of his life. Members receive
one free glass of wine and a complimentary raffle ticket at each
screening. Donation: $5. For information, email
THURSDAY, JANUARY 15, 7:30 PM
Sis Frank Concert Series Presents — Intersection St. John
School of the Arts, Cruz Bay, St. John This dazzling young
trio—violinist Laura Frautschi, cellist Kristina Reiko Cooper,
and pianist John Novacek-- enthralls its audi - ence in shows
that seamlessly fuse the traditional and the surprising, with
easy verbal interplay with each other and with the audience.
Cost: $35. For information, call (340) 779-4322