Several painters, jewelry makers and photographers have galleries in town, and the third Thursday of the month from November through May they stay open late to party. Food and music are part of the hoppin' scene.
The three-day event features island crafters, food stalls with superb examples of West Indian and Puerto Rican cooking, bands and livestock contests.
It’s the second-largest carnival in the Caribbean (after the one at Port of Spain, Trinidad), with a full month of events at various locations.
Throngs of locals and visitors come to the waterfront with blankets and picnics in tow. The free concerts last about three hours.
It’s a month of pageants, parades and calypso competitions, putting a West Indies spin on the Christmas holidays.
The island’s biggest celebration; surrounds Emancipation Day (July 3) and US Independence Day (July 4).
Participants strive for Ironman qualification in this half-triathlon.
World-class racing boats gather at St Thomas Yacht Club.
Popular foot race from Cruz Bay to Coral Bay.