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Posted by:Nov 23rd 2003, 06:46:06 pm
Fig Tree News Team10:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m. on Bay Street at the Government Dock, in front of The Landing.

Meet local painters, musicians, weavers and storytellers from Harbour Island and Eleuthera: painter Dorothy Rahming [Governor’s Harbour]; novelist George Major [“Romance, Kalik and Conch Salad” - Tarpum Bay], top weavers Charlie Strachan [Deep Creek] and Alice Mather [Harbour Island]; driftwood artist Obie Goodman [Bluff]; master craftsman Karen Goodfellow [Governor’s Harbour], Harbour Island All-Age School craft-shop teacher Austin Mullin and his talented students, the Briland Youth Band, artist Iris Lewis [Harbour Island], and popular local chef Angie Stewart … to name just a few!

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