Here’s a list of upcoming events that are for sure worth checking out! ON IN DECEMBER December 4th REGGAE MARATHON – Negril www.reggaemarathon.org December 4 KINGSTON CITY EXPLORER – Tour of Kingston For more info CHRISTMAS FAIR – Gardens of Hotel Mockingbird Inn, Portland For more info December 4th & 5th
This past Saturday, I ventured out with a group of art enthusiasts on the inaugural Kingston Art Trek- our mission, to visit a cross-section of Kingston’s galleries. The creation of Jamaica Cultural Enterprises (JCE), a new tour company specializing in cultural tours of Jamaica, the Kingston Art Trek is designed to
There will be the fourth staging of ‘BRICOLAGE’, the choreographic works of Kyisha Patterson on Sunday, December 5th at 5pm at the Phillip Sherlock Centre, UWI. This staging of choreography has been happening since 2005 and has blossomed into a performing dance group that has performed on Jamaica Dance Umbrella
The Jamaica Conservation & Development Trust will be hosting a plant sale on December 3, 4 and 11th. For more information contact email@example.com.
Sarah “Sezi” Silvera has been making waves on the local music scene for sometime now. YardEdge caught up with Sezi to find out what she’s been up to… YardEdge: Why are you a singer/musician and when did you first become one? Sezi: I grew up with a mother who is
Afya presents and evening of wellness, yoga and communion. Spend Sunday afternoon at Afya from 4pm until 8pm as they celebrate in wellness, yoga and community under the full moon. The afternoon will include, Mini Massages with Sharon Thomas Acupuncture with Dr. Tracey Ann Brown
This Saturday and Sunday, there will be the 19th Annual Antiques and Collectibles Fair at Campion College, 120 Old Hope Road, across from Sts. Peter and Paul Church. Here’s a recap of the genesis of the Jamaica’s Antiques and Collectibles Fair by Ainsley Henriques. Some 19 years ago the BBC Road Show
The last exhibition for this year at Mutual Gallery will be “Into The Light” featuring paintings by Tina Spiro and photographs by Paul Stoppi. The guest speaker at the opening event on 18 November at 7.00 pm is Mr. Vivian Crawford, Executive Director of the Institute of Jamaica.
Pecha Kucha (pronounced peh-chak-cha) is an international non-profit designers’ “show and tell” event. Pecha Kucha Kingston will be held on November 17 at the Village Blues Bar, Barbican Road. According to the main Pecha Kucha website “Pecha Kucha Night was devised in Tokyo in February 2003 as an event for