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Wednesday, February 27, 2013

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Poetry Parade

THE Poetry Parade fund-raiser takes place tomorrow at Stella Maris Church Hall, under the patronage of Minister of Education, Ronald Thwaites.

Arts and theatre personalities Joan Andrea Hutchinson, Ruth Ho Shing, Dr Jean Small, and Robyn Neymour from Grand Bahama are some of the performers.

There will also be a special segment dubbed Pickney Parade featuring students from the Chetolah Park, Denham Town and Holy Family primary schools.

Poetry Parade is the brainchild of Ezroy Millwood, founder of the Jamaica Urban Transit Corporation who died recently, and veteran educator Cecile Jarrett. Launched in May 2011, the event raises funds for the Literacy Improvement Programme (LIP) for primary schools in downtown Kingston.

28-strong stage show

A party and stage show billed '28-strong' will be held at the Bob Marley Beach, Nine Mile, Bull Bay in St Thomas.

Artistes I-Octane, Chuck Fenda, Bounty Killer, Sky Juice, Six Killa are sheduled to take the stage.

Show time: 9:30 pm


Red Bull Thre3 Style

Red Bull Thre3 Style is scheduled for the Fiction nightclub, Constant Spring Road in St Andrew.

The evening features DJ Nicco. Show time: 10:00 pm.


All-inclusive Family Funday

The Rotary Club of St Andrew North hosts its annual Family Funday 'Chilling on the Greens' on Sunday, March 3, at the Hayfield Country Club, Ewarton, St Catherine. Fun begins at 3:00 pm.




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