HALLOWEEN, CANCER AWARENESS, INDEPENDENCE AND WHAT'S HOT THIS WEEKWednesday 23rd October 2013
DINING & NIGHTLIFE
Al Porto hosts the All you Can Eat Pasta Night on Thursday, with various pasta and sauce options to suit every appetite. While you dine, enjoy the beautiful sounds of Mackenzie Brown and she sings live throughout the evening.
The Spirited Band is set to perform live at Mad Mongoose on Friday Night, then followed by their Halloween Spooktacular on Saturday, with music in the week with 3 Cylinder Band live on Tuesday.
Sheer Rocks reopens this Friday, serving dinner from 6:00 pm. They will open from noon to sunset on Saturday and Sunday and offer dinner from 6:00 pm on Monday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday and Saturday. Their bar opens at 5:00 pm each day for sunset cocktails in the perfect location, with an unmatched view as the sun sinks into the horizon.
Rumbaba has reopened for the new season, serving up lunch and dinner from Monday through Friday, featuring delectable dishes of the Mediterranean variety.
Get ready for The Wadadli Experience with the students of ABHTI and indulge in gourmet takes on traditional local dishes with a three-course meal and glass of wine for only EC$80, next Thursday 31st October. Pick up tickets in advance for the lunch by contacting 462 3066.
For a limited time only Burger King is offering 8 menu items starting at EC$7 and you can make it a value combo meal for just EC$6.50 more. Items include Whoppers, Fish Bites, Chicken strips, tenders and more. Be sure to check out their new milkshakes and find out how to get a VIP Member Card.
Look forward to the reopening of Cambusa Italian Restaurant next Sunday November 3rd as they reveal a new menu and upgraded wine cellar for the new season.
BREAST CANCER AWARENESS CONTINUES
The last few events to promote Breast Cancer Awareness are taking place this week and into the weekend and we have all the information you need to get involved and help raise awareness and funds for great causes. Check them all out here.
Halloween is just around the corner and there are endless options for parties, with the festivities kicking off this weekend. For a comprehensive list of everything happening in Antigua for Halloween, click here.
This year we are celebrating the 32nd Anniversary of the Independence of Antigua & Barbuda on November 1st. We celebrate in style with several activities leading up to the special day and onward after, all which started on Sunday 20th October. Read all about it here.
Another youth tennis tournament is set for this weekend, with the Pre-Independence 12s Tournament happening this Saturday at the Halcyon Tennis Courts.
The Red Cross’ 72nd Anniversary activities continue and close off this weekend, with the Fair Day set for Thursday, followed by the Coal Pot Cook Out Competition and Karaoke Night on Friday and the Volunteers Beach Bash on Saturday to end the celebrations.
The Victory Centre is holding their First Annual Walkathon to raise funds for their school that provides education to children with special needs, taking place this Saturday at Pigeon Point Beach. Meet up time is 5:00 am and there will be breakfast available at 8:00 am. Cost for joining in is EC$20 as a donation to the school.
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