Enjoy an evening of live entertainment, great food and drinks, and fabulous shopping. This yearly event is a must do for locals and visitors alike.
Music and live entertainment throughout the courtyard includes Caribbean Ritual Dancers preforming a traditional bamboula dance and giving lessons. Mocko jumbies will perform throughout the courtyard. Rascio on Steel Pans. Lauren and Bo with Las and Charlie will play a mix of New Orleans jazz and reggae plus familiar holiday favorites, with a few surprises thrown in. And rumor has it that Santa will be making an arrival and giving out candy canes.
The merchants of Mongoose Junction sponsor a raffle draw for a $1,000 Mongoose Junction shopping spree. For every purchase at any Mongoose Junction shop or restaurant, during the event you will receive a raffle ticket for a chance to win. The more people shop, the more chances to win. They do not need to be present to win.
Evening in the Courtyard is a great way to experience the Junction, with friends, family and shopping. Mongoose’s stores will offer shopping specials and the event is a fun St. John alternative to what has become known as Black Friday in the States.
Bamboula Caribbean Christmas clothing…Holiday sparkly jewelry, extra discounts on sale items and free gifts throughout the evening.
Bajo el Sol Gallery and Art Bar will be offering a complimentary sample of Holiday Coquito, while supplies last
Brewtique Buy 3 get 1 free T-shirt and hats.
Caravan Gallery Discover custom designed St. John coordinate and petroglyph jewelry made exclusively for Caravan Gallery by John Medeiros, and enjoy free champagne while shopping.
Hot Look Sunglasses 25 to 50 percent off select sunglasses during the event.
Island Fancy is offering a free gift with a purchase of $30 or more, while supplies last.
Little Switzerland Complimentary Prosecco and chocolates while shoppers shop. The store will raffle two $50 certificates for lunch at Greengo’s.
Lulee will be offering free gift wrapping and a gift with purchase on sales over $100 (while supplies last) for the evening.
Just Beach is having a champagne “sip and shop” evening.
Portico will be introducing their new website www.porticoshop.com with 20 percent off online purchases during the evening.
R&I PATTON goldsmithing is featuring Zemi replicas from Trunk Bay and Cinnamon Bay to benefit Friends Archaeology, and its own gold and silver petroglyphs.
Sugar Birds is giving a surprise gift with a purchase of $25 or more — the largest selection of Christmas ornaments and cards on St. John.
The St. John Experience Gallery is featuring brand new photos, holiday gifts and free shipping on all clocks.
The Friends of the Park Store will give out a free “Island Inspiration” book for purchase over $50.
Trevor’s Activity Center will offer 10 percent off boating and water activities.
Vibe is offering Double Petro Points on every purchase. Free 18″ chain with any full price pendant. Buy one charm, get one charm 50 percent off. Complimentary champagne.
Shoppers can also explore Arawak Expeditions, Big Planet, Made on St. John, Greengo’s Caribbean Cantina and Sun Dog Cafe and Gecko Gazebo.
Enjoy dining at one of our many great restaurants, with food and drink specials to complete the Evening in the Courtyard fun.
18/64 The Restaurant stop by to enjoy a glass of freshly made wassail, a holiday rum punch spiced with local flavors. Offered for $6 a glass or opt for two for $12 and earn a raffle ticket to enter the $1,000 Mongoose Junction Shopping spree.
The Tap Room $5 Signature SJB Rum and Root Beer cocktails all evening long.
St. John Scoops Yes…Santa will be at Scoops from 6-9 handing out candy canes to the kids, and it will be featuring a signature holiday flavor: “peppermint chip.”
Just a five-minute walk from the ferry dock, Mongoose Junction also offers free parking while on the premises. Overflow parking will be available for a reduced rate of $5 at the Lumber Yard Parking Lot.
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For more information, contact Beth Eddy i[email protected]