Happening on the Edge 2010
The National Youth Orchestra of Jamaica will be presenting a fund raising concert on Sunday, November 7, at 4 pm at Stella Maris Church Hall to raise funds for their programs. The concert will mainly feature the NYOJ Instructors and Friends chamber group performing a selection of classical and contemporary
eNKompan.E will be staging a weekend workshop for dancers next weekend, November 6th and 7th with Oneil Pryce and Safi Harriott, facilitated by Neila Ebanks. eNKompan.E is a dance performance and teaching organization led by Neila Ebanks. Its purpose is to be a motivator for consciousness and change with respect to
Jamaica Cultural Enterprises (JCE) will launch its cultural tours of Jamaica on Saturday, October 30 at Grosvenor Galleries at 7 pm. The programme for the evening will include, – Information on the tour product offerings
The annual Hook ‘N’ Line Fishing Tournament was held last weekend at Calabash Bay, St. Elizabeth. The competition, which started in 1996, is now in its 14th year and is a fundraiser for various BREDS projects. BREDS, a Treasure Beach Foundation, is a grassroots organization led by stakeholders in the community
The Independent VoYces Literary Fair is Jamaica’s latest addition to the literary calendar and will be held on Sunday, November 7, 2010 at Strawberry Fields Together, Robin’s Bay in St. Mary. The Fair is aimed mainly at promoting self-published and new authors.
Today, starting at 4pm at 23 Salisbury Ave there will be a different kind of party. Purple Patch Entertainment presents “Beautiful” which they describe as “an event that will encapsulate all we’ve come to know and love of entertainment. Stripped of hype and clichés, and built on the premise of clean
Ashe’s 2010 Season of Excellence opens this weekend. Always entertaining, the Ashe Performing Arts Company is an internationally acclaimed performing arts company committed to “Edutainment” – educating while entertaining, as well as community transformation, youth empowerment and social development. Tonight’s (Oct. 1) show has been cancelled due to the inclement
IMMEDIATE RELEASE CONTACT: Kaili McDonnough Scott/Annette McDonnough PHONE: (876) 428-6523/ (876) 585-7233 E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.orgemail@example.com The hottest spot for shopping in Kingston is at Devon House on the last Sunday of every month, starting on Sunday September 26, 2010 from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. rain or shine! Its the revival
Here’s our list of the top 10 must hit Fashion’s Night Out Hot Spots (sorry all in Kingston, please share others especially out of town!) 1. Stanley & Empress (94 Hope Rd) – ’cause they support Jamaican designers and you gotta love that! Plus YardEdge earrrings on sale there 2.