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Carifta Games (Bahamas) 2013 Official Schedule of Events
By The Bahamas Weekly News Team
Mar 29, 2013 - 1:20:56 PM

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Nassau, Bahamas - Attached and enclosed is the Carifta Schedule of Events over the entire four days, March 29th through April 1st, 2013. This also includes some Special Olympics events. Medal presentations will take place throughout the event with Closing Ceremony on Monday evening.

Carifta Games 2013 (Bahamas) Day 1 Time Sheets

Bahamians are being encouraged to come out in full force and support our athletes. Let's fill the new Thomas A. Robinson Stadium every night with aquamarine, gold and black (or the theme colours for each night: Fri-black, Sat-white, Sun-aquamarine, Mon-gold).

Stay tuned for event coverage via internet on TheBahamasWeekly.com; BahamasAthletics.com and related pages on Facebook and Twitter. The official site for the Carifta 2013 games is here: http://www.carifta2013.com/

The Official Opening Ceremony kicks off tonight at 5:30 with the following schedule:

PRELUDE:

National Youth Orchestra
National Dance Troup
National Youth Choir
Bahamas All Star Marching Band

OPENING PROGRAM (6pm):

The Parade of Athletes let by Marching Band
Assembly of Athletes on Center Field
National Anthem
Invocation
Remarks
Opening

ENTERTAINMENT (8pm):

Visage House Band
Sinovia Pierre
Geno D
Veronica Bishop
D-Mac
All Star Song
Sound & Light Closing
Rush Out


See you at Carifta!

Photos from last night's Media Tour of the facilities:
2013 Carifta Games: Ready, Set GO! -

SCHEDULE also ATTACHED BELOW at bottom as a PDF

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