Instinctively we know art is important for our children.Art is a fundamental component of what makes us human.
The oldest site is perhaps the remains of the original colony near Preacher's Cave, although supposedly what little remains of this settlement has been buried by sand dunes.
Larger, more modern ruins such as the Old Bannerman Town ghost town on the southern tip of the island and the abandoned US military base in Central Eleuthera offer the visitor a full day of exploration.
Not being in a relationship or having a partner during the holidays can feel lonely and impart a sense of permanent singleness. People come to me every day wanting to know 'the secret.' And it really starts with understanding that desire is the real female orgasm.
Everyone it seems wants sex tips, sex hacks, how to make love better. It's hard to feel turned on when people are being flooded with images of fear, violence and feeling like there is a very deep threat to people's personal safety.
Bannerman Town was named after Sir Alexander Bannerman, a Scotsman who was governor of the Bahamas during the 1850's.
(It's not clear whether the town, like many or even most settlements on Eleuthera, had an earlier name before the 1850's.) Located on a hilltop halfway between Lighthouse Beach and the site of modern Bannerman Town, the original Bannerman Town site once boasted homes, businesses, and cobbled streets.Join instructor Lois Crisp Stover as she teaches how to be successful building bird houses, totems, rain-sticks, bird feeders, animals, and much more.Students will come away with a working knowledge of clay and art work they can be proud of. Instructor: Lois Crisp Stover 5 members & non-members (7 years and up) Wednesdays Time: pm to pm Session I 1/4/17 – 2/15/17 (six weeks) Session II 2/22/17 – 3/29/17 (six weeks) What is Mixed Media?Students in this class will experience art as a form of self expression and their creative skills will grow naturally.Together we will learn about keeping a sketchbook, how to “see” like an artist, and best of all play with fiber, watercolor, chalk pastel, acrylic, ink and more. Instructor: Mandi Schiff members, 5 non-members (Ages 6 to 12) Wednesdays Time: pm to pm Session I 1/4/17 – 2/15/17 (six (6) weeks) Session II 2/22/17 – 3/29/17 (six (6) weeks) Imagination is the key in this hand-building clay class.We are currently actively researching this site to identify and date the earliest buildings.