There’s a lot of great stuff happening this weekend. Here are all of the details…
The World’s Shortest St. Patrick’s Day Parade
Only on St. John does a parade last only a few hundred feet… The world’s (alleged) shortest St. Patrick’s Day parade happens this Saturday at noon. It begins at the roundabout and ends over at Quiet Mon. So grab a few drinks and don your favorite green attire and make it a point to be there!
Coral Bay Open at Skinny Legs
It’s time to pull out those whacky costumes and trusty clubs, the “almost world famous” mini golf tournament Coral Bay Open is set for Saturday, March 14, at 2 p.m. at Skinny Legs.
In addition to a fun-filled day of miniature golf action, the event will benefit the Island Green Living Association’s recycling program. You can help make St. John greener while putting around a hilarious course along the beautiful Coral Bay harbor area. No golf experience is necessary; just bring a good attitude and be ready to have fun while playing the whacky, mini-golf-ish, uniquely Coral Bay-style Open.
Teams of four can register at Skinny Legs for $150. Or sign up for $40 as an individual. There will be a prize awarded for Best Dressed Foursome, so get working on those costumes!
The Coral Bay Open will also feature a raffle drawing for exciting prizes including stays at Gallows Point Resort and Grande Bay, a sunset cruise for 30 aboard Sadie Sea, charters with Knot E Buoys and Kiote and more.For more information call (340) 643-5313.