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most popular and lasting remembrance of St.
Croix is the original hook-design bracelet
from Sonya Ltd.
You can be assured of having a unique piece
Established in 1964, Sonya is the oldest
established jeweler in St. Croix and is
widely reputed to have the most expert
craftsmanship, most original designs, and
fairest prices. Each piece is individually
handcrafted in 14K gold or sterling silver
by Sonya, Diana, and a team of artists. No
two pieces are exactly alike. We welcome you
to shop on our secure website for the
original hook design in bracelets, rings,
and earrings, or choose from our growing
catalog of in-house designs.
Wear the hook up or down, depending on your
luck or love. Fellow "hookers" have been
seen in many parts of the world from
Anchorage, Alaska to Ankara, Turkey.
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St. Croix Weather
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MAY 1, 6PM 17th
Annual Children Run
Sunday Market Square to Wharf Kids 13 & under
kick off the Triathlon events (& Jump Up) in this short race down King
Street. Everyone wins a certificate & medal. Registration, 4 pm. (340)
MAY 1, 6-10 PM
Triathlon Jump Up!
Christiansted A favorite, free quarterly event!
Local bands, street vendors, Mocko Jumbies. Stores open late, bar &
restaurant specials. Sponsored by Christiansted Restaurant & Retail
Association (CRRA). (340) 227-1214. Like us on Facebook.
MAY 1, 2, 8, 9, 15, 16, 8 PM. MAY 10, 4 PM
On Stage: Five Women Wearing The Same Dress
Community Theater In this entertaining comedy set in the Tennessee home
of the bride, five bridesmaids discover that they have more in common
with each other than with the bride. (340) 778-1983. www.cct.vi
Captain Morgan Ironman 70.3
Island-Wide Top triathletes from around the world compete for
Ironman World Championship spots in one of the oldest & greatest races
ever, aka “Beauty and the Beast”.
MAY 3, 10 AM-2 PM
Bone Fish Hook Workshop
Mount Victory Camp Learn how to make your own primitive fish
hooks out of bone, whether for fishing or simply for beautiful jewelry.
Make your own line with plant fibers from the wild; learn the basics of
primitive fishing. $25. Bring a lunch. To register (340) 201-7983.