Ragged Island has given The Islands Of The Bahamas two cultural icons that achieved national and worldwide acclaim—legendary pianist Edmund Moxey, known for his influence on Rake & Scrape music, and Kayla Lockhart-Edwards, singer/songwriter and music teacher. While on Ragged Island, you will more than likely have to entertain yourself in the evenings, but there are also several other options where you can interact with the islanders. Play a game of dominoes at the Ponderosa Bar, join the Big Sport Game nights at Silver Tails Fishing Lodge, shoot pool at Sheila's Fisherman's Lounge, or sip a brew with the locals relaxing after a long day of fishing at Hill Top View Bar. All of the nightspots usually provide DJ music for dancing in the evening on mail-boat days and national holidays, like Bahamas Independence Day. Boaters set their schedules to be in Ragged Island for the annual get-together the community has for them around Valentine’s Day, which features a bonfire and luau. They bring their instruments and join in to provide dance music.