There are so many super cool events happening in Jamaica every year! Here’s my attempt to compile a sort of calendar of annual events happening in Jamaica. I won’t include actual dates for some events as they change each year, but google will tell you actual dates. Please feel free
Here’s an interview with the founders of the Tmrw.Tday Culture Fest happening in Negril, Jamaica, May 17 to 23 by the Tmrw.Tday team. Tmrw.Tday’s inaugural festival will be an exclusive experience for a limited number of 1500 attendees that purchase full week Culture Fest & Wellness Passes & VIP Passes.
Soaring energy demand, together with increased populations and the dangers of a warming planet are intensifying the conversation around better building practices worldwide. In response, the prototype Net Zero Energy Building (NZEB) being constructed at the University of the West Indies (UWI), Mona utilises construction concepts designed to minimise energy
A new co working space in Kingston Located at the corner of Lady Musgrave and Trafalgar roads, near the business district of New Kingston, The Hub is Jamaica’s premier co-working and business-support centre providing consultants, freelancers, and start-up entrepreneurs with a modern, professional space to work and collaborate. A flexible
Announcing the First Annual TMRW.TDAY Culture Fest This May 2017 join the Tmrw.Tday movement in a weeklong cultural gathering along Jamaica’s famously beautiful Seven Mile Beach in Negril. Whether seeking enlightenment or strengthening a commitment to your existing beliefs, the first annual Tmrw.Tday culture fest offers soul-enriching wellness, fitness, gastronomy,
Burns Night is the traditional Scottish celebration of renowned poet, songwriter and romantic, Robert Burns. Whisky is always included in the offering and this event will be the same. Three Jamaican-Scottish groups have come together to make this a fund raiser for Alpha Institute (formerly Alpha Boys School). The groups
I’m Karin Wilson Edmonds, the editor of YardEdge. I’m also a Management Consultant, wife, ex-modern dancer, and now Yogi (certified yoga instructor actually). I really believe that regular exercise is key to keeping healthy, fit, and feeling great especially as we get older (I’m now over 50). I also believe
YardEdge talks to Denise Allen from Expérience Jamaïque, Switzerland’s gateway to Jamaican culture. YardEdge: Tell me about Expérience Jamaïque? Expérience Jamaïque: EJ is a newly constructed online business that is based in Geneva Switzerland. This website company is designed to be Switzerland’s online gateway to Jamaica’s vibrant visual art, culture,