Here’s a guest post from my brother Steve Wilson who spends many days on the road travelling as part of Sean Paul’s management team, but Kingston is his first love when it comes to cities. Here’s his list of 10 things to do when you find yourself marooned in Kingston,
The 2019 Racers Grand Prix will feature 130 athletes from 15 countries competing in 19 events. Read more: http://www.loopjamaica.com/content/shaunae-miller-uibo-kirani-james-headline-2019-racers-grand-prix
Support the promotion of Jamaica Sign Language as a second language through the development and delivery of appropriate JSL training and educational resources Jamaica’s Deaf community needs this support to participate in nation building and to become included in society. Both Deaf and Hearing alike are asked to share the
Banyan Tribe Yoga with Karin on this week This week Karin from Banyan Tribe Wellness & Yoga will be teaching three public classes in Kingston: Gentle Yoga on Thursday at 10am at Afya (Corner of Bamboo Ave and Wellington) “Your Body, Your Yoga” on Saturday at 8:30am at In Motion
Two Seasons Talking Trees Literary Fiesta returns to the grounds of Two Seasons Guest House,Treasure Beach, St. Elizabeth on Saturday, May 25. Talking Trees Literary Fiesta is a culture filled event for lovers of literature. Admission free! Poetry workshop with Jamaica’s Poet Laureate, on Sunday, May 26, 2019. Contribution JA$5,500.