about the event
Embark on a journey to Clifton Heritage National Park on the auspicious day of Sunday, August 4th, 2024. Immerse yourself in a jubilant commemoration of the rich tapestry of "All Things Bahamian," featuring a banquet of indigenous delicacies, games and activities, and dynamic performances from local Bahamian artists.

Stroll through the vibrant market stalls showcasing handmade crafts, vibrant artwork, and traditional Bahamian souvenirs. Engage in friendly competitions of pineapple peeling, and conch shell blowing, all in good spirits and camaraderie. Delight in the aroma of freshly prepared conch salad, johnnycakes, and guava duff as you savour the flavours of the Bahamas.

As the sun begins to dip below the horizon, gather around for storytelling sessions filled with legends of Bahamian folklore and history. Dance to the rhythm of Junkanoo music, feel the beat of the goombay drums vibrating through your soul and let the spirit of the Bahamas envelop you in its warmth and hospitality.

On this day, celebrate the unity and diversity of the Bahamian culture, forging connections with locals and fellow travellers alike. Let the Clifton Heritage National Park be your gateway to a memorable and enriching experience, where the past meets the present in a harmonious blend of tradition and modernity.


Location
Clifton Heritage National Park
South West Road
Date & Time
August 4, 2024, 10:00 AM - UNTIL

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Living history tour 

Immerse yourself in the rich tapestry of Bahamian folklore during the Living History Tour, a gateway to the 18th-century era. Step into a world where history comes alive, beckoning you to see, feel, and absorb the remnants of time. Witness the daily lives of enslaved individuals, their routines, sustenance, and the hardships that defined their reality. Delve into the experiences of enslaved Africans who resided at Clifton Heritage National Park, bridging the gap between the past and the present.


Special rate pricing is available for groups consisting of 15 or more individuals.
living history tour
$10.00 kids  (5-15)
$15.oo Adults (16 & over)
- Round Trip Transportation
- Entrance fee 
- Guided Living History Tour
Two convenient  pickup locations to choose from. 
General Admission
 KIDS free
$5.00 ADULTS (16 & OVER)
 - Entrance Fee (10 am to until)
bahamian  culture displayed through art's crafts and food
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food & soft drinks vendors
The All Things Bahamian Festival provides an opportunity to exhibit the rich tapestry of Bahamian culture through its vibrant and diverse culinary and beverage offerings. The festival serves as a celebration of the unique flavours, cooking techniques, and traditional dishes integral to the Bahamian identity.

We are seeking food and beverage vendors in the following categories:
- Crab Dishes
- Conch Salad
- Fruit and Vegetable Salad
- Seafood 
- Grill Master  
- Poultry
- Desserts (cakes and ice creams)
- Cold & Hot Beverages

display vendor
The All Things Bahamian Festival offers a platform for small businesses to gain exposure. We are seeking diverse vendors to showcase and sell the following items:
- Paintings
- Sculptures
- Wood Craft
- Straw Craft
- Shell Craft
- Jewellery
- Souvenirs
- Novelty items
- Native teas
- Herbs & Oils
- Jams & Spreads
Food & Beverage - $200.00
This Booth will include:
- One (1) 10'x10'
- Two(2) 6' tables
- Two chairs
- Access to Water
- Overhead Lighting
- Custom booth Signage
$25.00 Registration Fee

Display - $150.00
The booth will include:
- One (1) 10’x10
- One (1) 6’ table
- Two(2) chairs,
- Overhead lighting
- Custom booth signage
$25.00 Registration fee included.
REGISTRATION DEADLINE
JULY 15Th 2024
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Location
Centrally Located
Clifton Heritage National Park
South West Road 
Nassau, Bahamas
Tel: (242)802-6996 | 477-7092| 362-9312
Email: [email protected]
Direct: [email protected] 
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VENDORS TERMS AND CONDITIONS

1. The Vendor, by signing this Vendor Agreement, agrees to abide by all terms and conditions set out in this Agreement.

2. All Vendors must present a Valid Health Certificate with this application.

3. All Food Vendors and helpers must meet and follow all Department of Health food handling standards and guidelines.

4. All Food Vendors must provide appropriate hand cleaners or/sanitizer. Running water is available on the grounds of the event.

5. All Food Vendors and helpers must wear hairnets or hats and food handler gloves.

6. All Food Vendors with containers of Butane Gas or LPG must have the same affixed to a secure stove and must be managed with due care and attention at all times. Food Vendors using LP Gas are advised that the largest allowable tank size is 20lb. A recently inspected, dry chemical fire extinguisher is required. The extinguisher should be at least 5 lbs.

7. Booth locations will be determined by (Clifton Heritage National Park) CHNP. Locations are not interchangeable without CHNP approval.

8. The Vendor must use booths provided or booths approved by the committee namely Food Trucks. Any special requirements outside of the original specifications of the approved vendor booth will require an additional charge.

9. All business and other activities, for which the Vendor has rented space, must be conducted within the designated booth space only. No distribution, canvassing, flyers, or solicitation of any kind may be done by strolling through the park.

10. Registration fee is NON-REFUNDABLE, regardless of booth placement. A registration fee of $25 is required upon submission of the vendor application.  

11. ACCEPTED FOOD VENDOR’S BOOTH FEE MAY BE PAID IN CASH OR BY BANK TRANSFER.

ALL BALANCES MUST BE RECEIVED BY JULY 21ST 2024

12. Vendor set up begins on Saturday 3rd August at 7:00 am and must be completed by 9:00 am on Sunday 4th August 2024 Vendors are asked to remain open for the duration of the event

13. CLOSING BEFORE THE END OF THE EVENT IS STRICTLY PROHIBITED AND IS GROUNDS FOR EXPULSION AND PARTICIPATION AT FUTURE EVENTS.

14. Vendors will be assigned designated parking at the parking lot.

15. All vendors and helpers must be properly uniformed.

15. The Vendor will be responsible for all of his/her own food and equipment; the CHNP will not be liable for lost, stolen or misplaced food or equipment at the event.

17. Once Approved the Vendor must provide final menus/items and pricing to the CHNP by 4:00 pm July 19th, 2024.

18. The CHNP will provide trash receptacles for waste generated. IMPROPER

19. TRASH DISPOSAL IS GROUNDS FOR EXPULSION AND EXCLUSION FROM PARTICIPATION AT FUTURE EVENTS.

20. Clean-up and breakdown of booths must be completed at the close of each day.

21. Vendors must dispose of all pollutants such as trash, dirt, unfinished beverages, and any other type of trash properly.

21. Failure to comply with the CHNP policy will result in forfeiture of the deposit and expulsion from current and possible future events.

23. All Vendors must provide their tablecloths. They must be fresh and clean.

24. SUBMISSION OF AN APPLICATION DOES NOT GUARANTEE THAT A VENDOR WILL BE ACCEPTED BY THE CHNP. DECISIONS OF THE CHNP WITH REGARD TO ACCEPTED VENDORS ARE FINAL.


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