Cultural Sunday Beach Bash
Wednesday, October 9th, 2013
The San Pedro Garifuna Council Committee is gearing up for their National Garifuna Settlement Day celebrations on November 19th. In preparation for the big celebration, the Committee will be hosting a series of events, endorsed by the National Garifuna Council and supported at the local level by the Minister of Tourism and Culture Honorable Manuel Heredia Jr. and the San Pedro Town Council.
On Wednesday, October 9th there will be a Garifuna Council Committee meeting from 7PM to 10PM at the Heredia Park in San Pablo. The Committee will also be having a Hudut Sale on Saturday, October 12th at Central Park.
The Committee has also announced that for the first time ever they will be hosting a Cultural Sunday Beach Bash every Sunday at the Boca Del Rio Park. The first Cultural Sunday Beach Bash is scheduled for Sunday, October 13th. There will be lots of food and drinks on sale, along with games for the entire family. Guest will be treated to live cultural presentations and music by Punta Boyz Band. Featured invited guest artist include DJ Logi, DG Lova, DJ Lotion and DJ KML. The Committee invites all families to come out and have a great time.
The Committee would like to thank all sponsors and residents for their support. Anyone interested in sponsoring the San Pedro Garifuna Council Committee can contact Elroy Castillo at phone number 663-6055.
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