you are walking around in Hope Town you can see that there is a lot
of construction going on. I don’t know if it is true but they say
that. They are building an apartment next to the burn down food
will be great for the locals to have more housing.
April, Tuesday the 9th from 5:30-7:00pm is International Night. For those who don’t know what it is, it is a fun event when 5th and 6th grade do a project on a country and they find information about the country. There will be food according to which the country is from.You should come it will be amazing! Everyone in the community is invited (the food will taste good)!
On March 16th there was a farmers market down town in the local Community Center. There were many stalls including a Nadia Sweetings plant stand, Sir Eden, Om Greens, D.I.Y. Soap Scrubs, Coconut Shell Earrings, Mackey’s Takeout brought food, Friends Of The Environment, and Ep.Och [a new beginning bags]. A lot of people supported all of these businesses and more. It was a great success and all because of the amazing Zero Waste Program!
On Saturday,March 16th 2019 was the sailing Homer Lowe regatta race. Sailors came from Freeport and as far as Nassau A lot of people came together to compete with each other, but at the end everyone was a winner. Everyone had a good time racing together.
It is outstanding how a blank canvas could come to have so much color and life. March 12th was Hope Town’s annual art show. The walls were thriving with beauty and every painting was selling quickly. Much of the profits go to Hope Town Primary School and this year they raised about $2,000! As a surprise, Hope Town Primary Junkanoo even came out and rocked till’ they dropped. If you have not already, maybe next year you will enter your painting. Everyone is welcome.
There was an tragedy at the Food Store last month. A fire broke out and destroyed the roof. All of the inside of it was dark. They said it may have been caused by an electric problem. Miss Keisha reopened it for now and they are using the little store that they used to sell pizza in, called the Pizza Shack. Now they are selling some items that they sold in the larger one.
This year, the Christmas play is Annie Jr. and Kailey plays the main character. The dates are Dec. 12th, 13th, and 14th. It will be at the Community Center. Why do we do it? To bring joy to the people! It will also get you in the Christmas mood.
You can buy tickets for $15 adults and $10 kids. Buy them at Elbow Cay Properties.
Welcome to the blog! We have been working on the Christmas play for three months. We’ve been doing great. Sometimes we have a couple of problems but at the end we get it right. As the star, Annie, I understand how much work you have to put into the play. From 4-5pm every day, we practice.
If you like musicals, you probably want to come to the play! Without the directors Mrs. Carrie, Ms Jane, Ms Hope, Ms Chelsey and everyone who volunteers, this play wouldn’t be possible.
Signing off of this blog is grade six student Kailey saying “Read you next time!”. Good-bye!
The Christmas Village is a fun event that happens at the ballfield in Hope Town. It is going to be December 16, 17, and 18th. It is three nights long. The time it starts is 6pm and it ends at 9pm. There will be a lot of games to play! On the last night, Santa comes.
One of my favorite parts is the ice rink. You can get skates and skate in it and something comes out like snow!