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Caribbean Days Festival

Jul 25, 2004

By Catherine Barr


Somehow, this festival seems to go hand in hand with good weather and this year was no exception. The 17th Annual Caribbean Days Festival and Multicultural Parade took place last weekend at North Van's Waterfront Park complete with live music, displays, food, activities, beer garden and fun for the whole family. Presented by the Trinidad & Tobago Cultural Society of BC, the festival promotes awareness of the Caribbean culture and raises funds for the group's scholarship programs.

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Jamaican / Canadian Cultural Association of BC past president Anthony Cross and current president Maryann Thompson were busy serving up jerk chicken and roti.
Ashley Brown (left) and friend Ama-Sheena Hall said the music and the food were the best parts.
Working hard selling programs were festival volunteers Eddy Lall and Ivana Smith.


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