Food and Fete Battle of the Drums Food and Fete (8:00 p.m. – 3:a.m.) at Toledo Community College (TCC) compound in Punta Gorda Town: This is the term used to describe the opening night of the Battle of the Drums weekend festivities. It will be held on Friday, November 11, 2016 from 8:00 p.m. to […]
The Belize Educational Fund and Day in the Park Committee (Chicago, IL) made a generous donation to Punta Gorda Methodist School. The donation including financial contribution and an assortment of needed items were handed over to Punta Gorda Methodist School Principal Florence Ramclam and Student Council Representative, Devyne Lopez, by the committee. Business Manager Martha […]
Official Request Phyllis V. Hughes President Belize Educational Fund and Day in the Park Committee The Belize Educational Fund and Day in the Park Committee is soliciting the Belizean Community participation in the selection of the recipient of the 2016 educational fund award. The committee has selected Toledo District, Belize as the area of concentration […]
Here’s One Minute of Garifuna Culture in Belize During the month of November – leading up to Garifuna Settlement Day, it is highly likely that you could encounter live drumming on a bus ride to/from Dangriga, or surrounding areas. This video clip is sponsored by Coconut Row in Hopkins, Belize – Beachfront Rooms and apartments in […]
Enjoy this one-minute video of Hopkins village, Belize! This video of Hopkins is sponsored by Coconut Row Guest House, where you can enjoy beachfront and seaside cabins in Hopkins. Coconut Row Guest House has one of the nicest beaches in all of Hopkins, Belize, perfect for those looking to lounge in the sun while drinking a […]
Come out to Placencia this weekend and enjoy Lobster Fest 2016 with us! See you there!!! Lobster Season is now officially open, and now it’s time for a festival! Enjoy these photos from previous years.
Here’s YOUR opportunity to GET A FREE WEEKEND STAY in Hopkins, Belize at the Coconut Row Guesthouse.
Sometime in the early 1970s, a large vessel, reportedly a Guatemalan gunboat, entered Belize’s waters and beamed its bright powerful spotlight up and down the entire length of Punta Gorda coast as it headed slowly north of the town, then returned south. Allegedly, this was done to intimidate the residents of PG and to […]
History of Hopkins village, Belize An african woman, Sirrian, and her two daughters were the first people to set foot on Hopkins, Belize. However, they disappeared unaccountably. The woman had resided in Uganda, Africa, which is believe to be the origin of Hopkins first name, Ugadan. In the year 1937, a group of Black Caribs, Garinagu […]