*** Please note change of Dates and of Venue to The Barbados Museum & Historical Society***
ANNU Institute a non-profit educational Institution that conducts many free programmes. For example, community self improvement study groups; mobile community cinemas, and community counseling to mention a few.
The institute would like to partner with you on the First Fruits Festival and the national consultation on unity in the community, as part of our educational awareness goals of improving human development capacity in Barbados.
This cultural celebration focuses on human development and it offers a positive contribution to culture and development of the people in our society.
The major attractions will include agriculture, cuisine, sports, fine arts, health, music, dance, heritage presentations and traditional Bajan cultural games etc.
Here's the Schedule:
March 19th - 2pm to 8pm
Africana Diaspora Marketplace
March 20th - 10am to 12 pm
Emancipation Bus Tour - 12pm to 5pm
(Depart & Return location - Barbados Museum)
All activities will be encapsulated in a thanks giving environment.
Come out and taste foods from different parts of Africa.
Market Place: Adults - Bds $15 | Students - Bds $10
Island Tour: Bds $30
For more information contact:
246-420-4788 (Barbados) / 917-832-9546 (Brooklyn)
1. Promoting community spirit
2. Teaching self sufficiency in a time when many youth and Bajans in general are spending unwisely and want everything free.
3. Developing stronger family units because communities are made up of families
4. Reducing social ills such as broken relationships, drugs and violence
5. Reduce the negative and stereotypical images that are projected to the youth
Venue: The Barbados Museum & Historical Society, St Ann's Garrison, St Michael