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Posted On October 6, 2014By altonIn News, Program Related

SWAWE KWEYOL SENT LISI

Swawé Kwéyòl Sent Lisi, a Good Time To Be Had By Locals And Visitors alike! Castries, Saint Lucia – Swawé Kwéyòl Sent Lisi is a brand established by the Ministry of Tourism, Heritage and Creative Industries in 2013. This is a festival which will be hosted the weekend before Creole Day. It highlights three days of events focusing on Kwéyòl music, Kwéyòl food, dance, arts and craft, Saint Lucian culture and people. One of the main objectives of the festival is to package “all things of Saint Lucian heritage” inRead More
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The sixth annual “Oktoberfest En Kweyol”, staged by Windward and Leeward Brewery Limited (WLBL) will have as the main act this year Midnight Groovers of Dominica. “Oktoberfest en Kweyol” will be held on Sunday October 6 at Samaans Park and will feature local creole cuisine, a variety of world-class beers and “live” performances. Organizers say that they are pleased to announce the inclusion of Midnight Groovers- “the original kings of cadence”-to the “Oktoberfest” stage. Formed in 1972 as a combo band in Grand Bay, Dominica, the group was able toRead More
The sixth annual Oktoberfest En Kweyol, staged by Windward and Leeward Brewery Limited was launched here Wednesday evening, August 28 at the Bay Gardens Inn, Rodney Bay. A number of invited guests and the media converged in the conference room to hear what the organizers have in store this year. Gregg Graves Managing Director of WLBL first gave some introductory remarks on the history and origins of the festival, which he said first started as a wedding celebration in Europe around the 1800’s. “It really is a celebration that hasRead More