St Croix

20 Feb 19
ARTfarm on St. Croix, USVI

Conditions are drying up quickly on the South Shore. This intensifies flavors, so come and taste tomatoes that are even sweeter! Wednesday farmstand: loads of heirloom tomatoes, slicing tomatoes, cherry tomatoes, sweet salad mix, arugula, spicy salad mix, garlic chives, cilantro, dill, Italian basil, Thai basil, baby ginger, baby turmeric, large butternut squash, assorted peppers […]

19 Feb 19
Making History

And why have we chose this “unknown” founding father as our group name? Well, basically because Pablo loves the musical. Alexander Hamilton was born around 1757 in Nevis, a small caribbean islands colonized by the British. He was the second son of a scottish trader called James Hamilton and a woman called Rachel Fawcett Lavien […]

19 Feb 19
St. Croix 360

Painting, sculpture and prints celebrate plants during the depths of a Minnesota winter.

15 Feb 19
Community Foundation of the VI

U.S. Virgin Islands— The Community Foundation of the Virgin Islands (CFVI) has received a $20,000 CFVI 2019 ANGELS donation from Viya to further the Foundation’s work in the Territory. In presenting the donation to CFVI, Viya is continuing their commitment to support philanthropic initiatives that benefit our Territory.The importance of CFVI Angels was never more apparent than in 2017 […]

19 Feb 19
Alaska Bob In the Big Easy

It was a great trip aboard the Voyager I with Dave, Bill, and Tim. We dove every day we could, with Bob and Bill logging 11 dives and the other guys adding impressively to their dive resumes. We had a couple of good sailing days, traveling from Puerto Rico to St. John to St. Croix, […]

19 Feb 19

Banana Cabana Information Poolside full-service bar offering tropical drink specialties and snacks. NOTE: All menu items/prices are subject to change If there is an asterisk (*) below next to a menu item, this indicates that the meal is a buffet or that it’s served family-style at your table. The price reflected is the total cost […]

19 Feb 19
WDW News Today

Ever since Disney’s Caribbean Beach Resort went through its massive overhauling, its dining locations have suffered from a slight identity crisis. The resort’s pool bar, Banana Cabana, has changed its hours since then and now, it has changed its menu. While there are still some Caribbean dishes on the menu, like jerk chicken, the inevitable cheeseburger and […]

19 Feb 19
Archy Worldys

Uncertainties about the Kremlin leader's succession, scheduled for the end of his current term of office in 2024, are keeping things static in a country where discontent is growing. Moscow, of our correspondent This Wednesday, February 20, Andrei Nikitin will be in the crowd of governors, deputies and other Russian senators who came to applaud […]

19 Feb 19
Living Justice

1. What early experiences shaped your sensitive perceptions on social justice and human rights issues? I was born to an American mother and a Canadian father in Buffalo, New York. My father was a bible-based Presbyterian and anti-Catholic; my mother was a strong practicing Catholic. Some of my father’s siblings were ardent Jehovah’s Witnesses. This […]

19 Feb 19
Unitarian Universalist Fellowship of St Croix

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19 Feb 19
Unitarian Universalist Fellowship of St Croix

Welcome Chalice Lighting Music/Singing Affirmation of Faith Joys and Concerns Announcements Music/Singing Responsive Reading Speaker Moment of Silent Reflection, Prayer and Meditation Offering Closing Music/Singing Extinguishing the Flame Choral Response: “Go Now in Peace” Please join us for light refreshments following the Service