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Dance St. John

Looking to dance? When you can’t dance in-person to open-mic on St. John, open-mic on St. John comes to you. Not comfortable dancing as if nobody’s watching? Take a virtual dance lesson and get your groove on like a pro.  Creativity continues on St. John, as talented musicians join together to make music worth wiggling … Continued

Summer Plans

Looking for some shelter relief this summer? The US Virgin Islands anticipates welcoming guests back to the territory as early as June 1 under Governor Bryan’s plan revealed late last month. Windspree looks forward to welcoming you back to St. John, maintaining extensive villa cleaning practices prior to each guest’s arrival. See what’s available when … Continued

Sounds

Coral Bay is a quiet area of St. John that can be tracked over time by a few unique sounds. To local islanders, the arrival of seagulls marks a time of celebration and rebirth, as young local birds begin to fledge their respective nests. The Kestrel Couple that has lived above my rafters for 15 … Continued

St. John Living

Like almost every corner of the globe, Coral Bay folks are sheltering in place and trying to stay sane. Longtime St. John residents know how to pass good time using only what they have, Islanders are familiar with the isolated life. The tacit expectation that the electricity will go out or the car won’t start … Continued

VI Jamfest

The 2020 VI Jam Fest is coming to St. John March 5-7 with a great lineup of guest and local musicians. Held annually at Neptune’s Lookout, tickets can be purchased to attend daily shows or to camp on-site for the festival. A secret gem of a good time, we hope to see you front and … Continued

Folklife Festival

  Join the celebration on February 27-28, 2020 from 10am to 3:30pm on the VI National Park ballfield in Cruz Bay, St. John for the 29th annual Folklife Festival. The theme of the 2020 event is “Sharing Plenty”. Free for all to enjoy!   Since 1996, Friends of the Park has sponsored the annual Folklife … Continued

Christmas Winds

St. John and the surrounding islands lie in the belt of what’s called the Easterlies, or Trade Winds. Visitors to the US Virgin Islands from December through February may sense something stirring with the wind and sea. It’s a phenomenon called the Christmas Winds and it’s when the trade winds blow the strongest. It is … Continued

Queen Conch

Locally, welk can be confused with conch, which are both herbivores, but have different uses.We scoured the internet for some of the most interesting facts about queen conch. Enjoy! The exterior of queen conch are colored to help them blend with their sandy surroundings under water. Adult queen conch develop a flared lip once they … Continued

Halloween in Coral Bay St. John

On Halloween, St. Johnians don’t “trick or treat”, they just treat. And treat they do, with costume parties on both sides of the island. The annual Halloween bash at Skinny Legs in Coral Bay is incredibly visually stimulating, as is the later party at Morgan’s Mango in Cruz Bay. Both parties have costume contests worth … Continued

8 Tuff Miles 2020

The popular 8Tuff Miles foot race across St. John is back for its 24th year on February 29, 2020! A rite of passage for all who love Love City, consider a visit to Coral Bay, St. John over February 29, 2020! Windspree has you covered, with more than 20 villas to choose from. Register for … Continued

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