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JANUARY 2016 
THURSDAY, JANUARY 5, 7 PM
The Forum Presents: Don Giovanni Metropolitan Opera Live in HD On-Screen Prior-Jollek Hall, Antilles School Campus, St. Thomas

The charismatic baritone Simon Keenlyside plays the title role, opera's ultimate cad, who goes to hell in a dazzling coup de theatre. The ensemble of great Mozartean singers includes Hibla Gerzmava as Donna Anna, Malin Bystrom as Donna Elvira, Sere - na Malfi as Zerlina, Rolando Villazon as Don Ottavio, and Adam Plachetka as Leporello. Principal conductor Fabio Luisi is on the podium. Cost: $20 public, $10 teachers, free for students. For info, call (340) 228-4777
FRIDAY-SUNDAY, JANUARY 13-15, 7-10 PM
Water Island Classical Music Festival

Providence Point, Water Island Local media icon Alexander Randall and piano virtuoso Julian Gargiulo team up to bring world-renowned musicians for the 12th annual Festival. The concert is free, if you manage to get there. And it is, almost literally, a walk in the park. Meet the "smashing newbie", Julliard violin prodigy Hae Ji Kim. Ferry from Crown Bay Marina is $10 roundtrip. The event is free, but please bring a donation toward artists' expenses. *Reservations must be made in advance. For information, call (340) 514-9995 evenings, or visit water-island-music.com.
SATURDAY, JANUARY 14, 7 AM
Geiger Tuff Tune-Up 1 Mongoose Junction, Cruz Bay, St. John

This is the first of the tune-up races for St. Johnís famous road race, 8 Tuff Miles, set for February 27. Itís a 5K run. For information, call (340) 779-4035
SATURDAY, JANUARY 14, 7:30 PM
The Sis Frank Concert Series Presentsó Harmony Zhu St. John School of the Arts, Cruz Bay, St. John

10-year-old classical pianist Harmony Zhu is a prodigy known for her exceptional talents in both music and chess. Starting in 2012-- when she was 6!--she won the Na- tional First Place 7 year old category of the Canadian Music Competition to become the youngest winner in history, then beat out the 8 and 9 year olds in 2013 and 2014, making her the only participant in history to win First Place in older age categories for 3 years in a row. Since moving to the US when she was 8, she won the Julliard Pre-college Concerto Competition in her first year and is scheduled to perform at the Peter Jay Sharp Theater in May For information, call (340) 779-4322
SATURDAY, JANUARY 14, 8 PM
In Concert: Joey Alexander Reichhold Center for the Arts, St. Thomas

The Reichhold Center hosts 13-year-old jazz sensation Joey Alexander, Indonesian pianist and child prodigy. He released his first album, My Favorite Things, in 2015-- at age 11. "There has never been anyone that you can think of who could play like that at his age. I love everything about his playing, his rhythm, his confidence, his understand- ing of the music," says Wynton Marsalis of this young performer. To purchase tickets call (340) 693-1559 or go to www.reichholdcenter.org
THURSDAY, JANUARY 19, 6 - 8:30 PM
Family Resource Center's Peacemaker Gala 2017 Prior-Jollek Hall, Antilles School Campus, St. Thomas

Come and savor enticing tapas with sumptuous wine pairings, a raffle of luxury prizes and a brief awards ceremony for this organization's Dove Donors, those whose consistent donations enable the FRC to pro - vide food, clothing, emergency shelter, crisis counseling, advocacy, referrals and educa- tional outreach in our community . Cost is $150 per person and all proceeds support the Family Resource Center. For information, call (340) 776-3966 or email frcdevelopment@gmail.com SATURDAY, JANUARY 21, TBA Rotary Rocks Benefit Concert Yacht Haven Grande, St. Thomas For information, call (340) 775-8200
SATURDAY, JANUARY 21, 6 - 10 PM
2017 Annual Fundraiser Pistarckle Theater, Tillett Gardens, St. Thomas

This year's fundraiser will incorporate a Centennial Celebration in honor of the Virgin Islands' purchase by the US in 1907. Special honorees will be Mary Gleason and Priscilla Hintz-Rivera Knight. For information, call (340) 775-7877
FRIDAY & SATURDAY , JANUARY 27 & 28, 9 AM - 6 PM
St. Thomas Historical Trust Museum's Art Show Old Havana Nines location, Yacht Haven Grande, St. Thomas

Come see beautiful historic Virgin Islands Charts, maps prints and paintings from this charming museum's collection. Cost: $5.00. For more info, call (340) 774-5541
FRIDAY, JANUARY 27, TBA
Virgin Islands Transfer Centennial: Kick-Off Concert St. John

In 1917 during World War I the US realized the strategic position of the Virgin Islands and negotiated their purchase from Den- mark for $25 million in gold. All this year we will celebrate our becoming American with exciting special commemorative events. For details as they are announced, check vitransfercentennial.org
 FRIDAY, JANUARY 27, 7 PM - 1 AM LOVE CITY LIVE!
Presents Summer In January: The All-White Beach Party Cruz Bay beachfront, St. John

Indulge in this upscale tropical dance party experience on the beach. The vibe is island chic, the tempo is pulsating, the dress code is "All-White" General admission: $40, VIP $90 (open bar and heavy hors d'oeuvres). *There will be a special 1:15am return ferry to Red Hook, St. Thomas and West End Tortola after the event. Be sure to purchase roundtrip tickets on your way to St. John. For info go to www.lovecitylivellc.com
SATURDAY, JANUARY 28, 7:30 AM
Geiger Tuff Tune-Up 2 George Simmons Terrace Apartments, St. John

This is the second of the tune-up races for St. Johnís famous road race, 8 Tuff Miles, set for February 27. Itís a 2 Ĺ mile run. For information, call (340) 779-4035
 SATURDAY, JANUARY 28, TBA
G- Clef Academy Family Fun Day Fundraiser Yacht Haven Grande, St. Thomas

For information, call (340) 775-8200
SATURDAY, JANUARY 28, 4 PM - 1 AM
LOVE CITY LIVE! Presents Summer In Janu ary: Reggae in The Ruins Estate Susannaberg, St. John

Let your hair down and enjoy this "Rootsy" one love Reggae extravaganza amidst the historic Estate Susannaberg Ruins. It will be a mystical night of live Reggae bands, featured local artists, local food, Ital/vegan food, island-style bars, arts and craft vendors and good vibes. (Chairs and blankets al- lowed, no coolers). Music starts at 4pm with DJ Top Notch, followed by Visions Reggae Band, The Echo People, Jah Souljahs , RasBatch, and featured artists Tia Mason and headliner Duane Stephenson, Advance purchase $25. .*There will be special return ferries to Red Hook, St. Thomas and West End, Tortola BVI after the event. Be sure to purchase roundtrip tickets on your way to St. John. Go to www.lovecitylivellc.com
SUNDAY, JANUARY 29, 4 - 7 PM
Lucky Paws Foundation Presents: Change For Change Benefit Fresh Bistro at Yacht Haven Grande, St. Thomas

Help save the lives of homeless animals by enabling the Lucky Paws Foundation to continue providing access to low-cost spay and neuter programs. Come enjoy a silent auction, hors d'oeuvres, a cash bar, and raffle prizes. Admission: Your loose change... as much as you can spare! RSVP (340) 513-1854 or www.luckypawssttvi.com
SUNDAY, JANUARY 29, 8:45 AM
LOVE CITY LIVE! Presents Summer in January: The Powerboat Party National Park Dock, Cruz Bay, St. John

All ocean roads lead to Pirate's Bight (Nor - man Island, BVI) for a mega beach party with live DJ!! Departs St. John 9am "sharp". Grab a space on one of our power boats, sail your own, or charter one and join us for an amazing day of beach, boating and "One Love". Book your space on our fleet for the full Love City Live experience. vines Final stop is White Bay, Jost Van Dyke. Boat pass is $170 and includes drinks onboard, lunch at Pirate's Bight, and BVI Customs and Im- migration fees. Don't forget your passport! For info go to www.lovecitylivellc.com
February 2016
THURSDAY, FRIDAY & SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 2, 3, AND 4, 7 PM
Now Playing... "Play It Again Sam" Pistarckle Theater, Tillett Gardens, St. Thomas

Woody Allen's 1969 play, "Play It Again, Sam" is about a recently divorced film magazine writer who is trying to restart his romantic life. During the course of the play, he repeat - edly seeks advise from the ghost of his idol, Humprey Bogart as the famous Rick Blaine in the classic film Casablanca. Cost: $20, $30 and $40. For info, call (340) 775-7877
SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 4, TBA
Family Movie Night: Beauty and the Beast Yacht Haven Grande, St. Thomas

For information, call (340) 775-8200
SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 4, 3 - 8 PM
Downtown Revitalization's Art on the Town Charlotte Amalie, St. Thomas

Enjoy Art on the Town's art walk in historic downtown Charlotte Amalie and explore our community's rich artistic culture. The walk will wind up and down the streets and alleys to the more than 30 participating destinations including gallery openings, shopping venues, artists in Emancipation Garden and restaurants with "Starving Artists" specials. Convenient parking will be allowed on the waterfront apron, and a shuttle will circle downtown for those who get tired and need a lift to the next venue. Maps for the art walk will be available online at https://www.facebook.com/DRISt - Thomas/ For info, call (340) 777-6363 .
SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 4, 5 - 8 PM
Ray Miles Art Show Gallery St. Thomas, Charlotte Amalie, St. Thomas

Ray Miles Ray Miles is a long-time island resident well- known for his beautiful oil paintings that reflect the people and history of the Virgin Islands. This is a great opportunity to meet Ray and discuss his process and technique. Also onhand will be some of Ray's black and white photos of island life in years past, a glimpse of a simpler time. For more information, call (340) 777-6363 or email art@gallerystthomas.com
SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 4, 6 - 9 PM
St. John Animal Care Centerís Winter Gala Villa Tesori, St. John

In this beautiful villa overlooking Ren- dezvous Bay, the Gala's theme this year is Superheroes. The cost is $125 per ticket and all proceeds go directly to feeding, housing, and providing medical care for St. Johnís homeless and abused dogs and cats. There will also be an after party at DRINK in Cruz Bay. Call for ticket info (340) 774-1625
SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 11, TBA
Yacht Haven Grande Outdoor Concert Series- Valentine's Edition Yacht Haven Grande, St. Thomas

For information, call (340) 775-8200
SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 11, 7 AM
Geiger Tuff Tune-Up 3 Mongoose Junction, Cruz Bay, St. John

This 5.5-mile run traces a route from Mon- goose Junction to Chateaux Bordeaux. Itís the third and last tune-up race for St. Johnís famous 8 Tuff Miles, set for February 27. For information, call (340) 779-4035 TBA St. Thomas Humane Societyís Annual Valentineís Day Doggie Ball An island tradition for over 30 years, this event benefits the local island chapter of the Humane Society. Call (340) 775-0599
FEBRUARY 13 TO 19 TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 14, 5 PM
15Th Annual ĎCelebration of Loveí Trunk Bay Beach, St. John

St. John's barefoot minister, Anne Marie, invites couples to celebrate Valentine's Day by renewing their marriage vows! Approximately 1100 couples have partici- pated in this free celebration of love and recommitment over the past 13 years on world-famous trunk Bay Beach. Open to the public. No pre-enrollment. Just show up and re-marry your mate! For info, call (340) 626-4658 or go to Re-marryyourmate.com
FRIDAY & SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 17 & 18, 7 PM
Now Playing... "Play it Again Sam" Pistarckle Theater, Tillett Gardens, St. Thomas

Woody Allen's 1969 play, "Play It Again, Sam" is about a recently divorced film magazine writer who is trying to restart his romantic life. During the course of the play, he repeat - edly seeks advise from the ghost of his idol, Humprey Bogart as the famous Rick Blaine in the classic film Casablanca. Cost: $20, $30 and $40. For info, call (340) 775-7877
SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 18, 5:30 - 10 PM
Jazz in the Park Roosevelt Park, St. Thomas

Listen to headline jazz performers in historic Charlotte Amalie, sponsored by International Capital and Management Company. There will be vendors offering food and drinks, arts and crafts, a Kid Zone activity area with face painting, tattoos and balloon art, art walk and cultural area, and health expo. Free. For information, call (340) 777-1302
SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 19, 7 PM
16th Annual Princess Party Betsy's Bar, Frenchtown, St. Thomas

Break out the tiaras and feather boas! It's time to play dress-up at the 17th Annual Princess Party, in everything from evening gowns to costumesó whatever makes you feel like a princess. It's the ultimate girls' night out-- girls only!ó at the friendliest little bar in Frenchtown. Advance admission charge TBD includes free-flowing bubbly, hors d'ouvres, DJ and plenty of dancing. For info, call (340) 774-9347 or visit www.betsysbar.com
TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 21, 9 AM - 12:30 PM
Friends of the VI National Park: East End Kayak Tour Meet at Skinny Legs parking lot to carpool, Coral Bay, St. John

Guided kayak from Hansen Bay to Long Point. Optional snorkeling. All abilities welcome! Max group: 10. Bring lunch, water, swimsuit, water shoes, snorkel gear, sunscreen, hat, sunglasses. Max group: 10. Cost: $65 members, $75 non-members. For info email info@friendsvnp.org or call (340) 779-4940
WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 22, 9:45 AM - 3 PM
Friends Of The VI National Park: Archaeology By Sea Meet at the National Park Visitors Center dock, Cruz Bay, St. John

Travel by boat and learn about the prehistor - ic people of the island, the mysteries behind the petroglyphs, the age of piracy, and the rich maritime history of the islands. Bring your curiosity, bathing suit and a camera! Also, bring lunch, water, hat, towel, sun- screen. Max group:28 Cost: $65 for mem- bers, $75 for non-members. For info, email info@friendsvinp.org or call (340) 779-4940
THURSDAY & FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 23 & 24, 10 AM - 3 PM
26Th Annual Folk Life Festival Annaberg Sugar Plantation Ruins, St. John

Friends of Virgin Islands National Park and the National Park Service partner to present this celebration of Black History Month. Local au- thors, historians, storytellers, traditional music and dance will be highlights of the festival. Admission is free.
For information, call (340) 779-4940 or contact info@friendsvinp.org
FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 24, TBA
Virgin Islands Transfer Centennial: Kick-Off Concert Charlotte Amalie, St. Thomas

In 1917 during World War I the US real- ized the strategic position of the Virgin Islands and negotiated their purchase from Denmark for $25 million in gold. All this year we will celebrate our becoming with exciting special commemorative events. For details as they are announced, check vitransfercentennial.org
SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 25, 7:15 AM
The 21st Annual St. John Gatorade 8 Tuff Miles Cruz Bay to Coral Bay, St. John

This is it! Take the ultimate challenge in this 8.3-mile road race from Cruz Bay to Coral Bay. Walkers welcome, too.
For information, call (340) 779-4035
SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 26, 10 AM
Hebrew Congregation of St. Thomas

18Th Annual Antiques, Art and Collectibles Auction MCM Center, Antilles School, St. Thomas Starting at 10 a.m. you can preview live auction items, bid on silent auction items, and purchase new and vintage jewelry, china, glassware, gently-used clothing and art from the flea market. The gavel falls at noon for the live auction, which features about 40 items, from West Indian furniture to getaways, dinner and wine packages, and art and fine collectibles. The silent auction offers another 300 items! Proceeds aid in the maintenance of the nearly 200-year-old Synagogue, a National Historic Landmark. For information, call (340) 774-4312 or visit www.synagogue.vi 

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