July 6, 2022

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Caribbean Heritage Pageant at College Space Neighborhood Middle

Tampa, Fla. – In celebration of Nationwide Caribbean Heritage Month, the College Space CDC (Neighborhood Growth Company) and the Caribbean-American Nationwide Growth Group (CANDO) will current the tenth Annual Tampa Bay Caribbean Heritage Pageant on Saturday, June 4 from 2 to eight p.m. at College Park, 14013 North twenty second Avenue in Tampa, 33613.

The month of June is acknowledged as Nationwide Caribbean Heritage Month, and is widely known in main cities throughout the US. The aim of the occasion is to advertise cultural actions, acknowledge and encourage the various cultures inside the native Caribbean American neighborhood. This enjoyable pageant will probably be open air, with Artists, Reside Bands, DJ’s, Arts & Crafts, and Ethnic Meals for the whole household.

“The Tampa Bay Caribbean Heritage Pageant is without doubt one of the highlights of our celebration of range within the College Space and all through larger Tampa Bay.  We’re wanting ahead to being part of this wealthy and various pageant and the quite a few influences the Caribbean tradition has on our neighborhood,” stated College Space CDC Chief Growth Officer Jaree Ervin.

Performers embrace: Trinidad’s personal Shurwayne Winchester, TROPIGROOVE, Jah Motion, J’Nelle, Freddy Montes y su Son, Mort Elementary Faculty Band Steelpan efficiency, D.J. Babe’-G & Matrix Ent Motion Web page, Kynon Krazyk Bousquet representing St Lucia, YoungSpice Freedom Soundz, FREEDOM SOUNDZ INTL, Aramis y Sol Caribe and Francesca Richards and her carnival presentation.

Tickets are $15; kids 12 and underneath enter without cost.  This occasion is a fundraiser for College Space CDC and CANDO, each 501(c) (3) organizations who present a lot wanted providers to the neighborhood.

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About CANDO

CANDO promotes academic, workforce improvement, cultural and enterprise applications to the Caribbean neighborhood within the Tampa Bay area. CANDO’s newest objective is to construct a neighborhood facility that may stand as a house base for the Caribbean inhabitants, providing skilled, social and academic help. For extra info, name 813.774.5855 or go to www.wicando.org.  

About College Space CDC

College Space CDC, celebrating 23 years of serving the neighborhood, affords help for hundreds of Tampa residents by way of youth applications, grownup schooling and useful resource help. Its major mission is the redevelopment and sustainability of the at-risk areas surrounding College of South Florida’s Tampa campus. For extra details about College Space CDC, go to www.UACDC.org or name 813.558.5212.