Friends of South Florida’s Caribbean community are gearing up to enjoy the second installment of “The Caribbean Village”, an exciting, family-friendly music, arts, food and wellness festival celebrating Caribbean American Heritage Month. Kevin Lyttle, a son of St Vincent and one of the prestigious few artists to have entered the Billboard Top 5, will headline the event.
Set for Sunday, June 26th at the Lauderhill Sports Park, The Caribbean Village is chock full of entertainment and activities for the entire family.
Guests will enjoy complimentary welcome refreshments and will be greeted by the gorgeous ladies of the Miss Jamaica Diaspora pageant, which the Galleon Foundation will stage just a few weeks after the Caribbean Village. Inside the festival, kids will enjoy rock wall climbing, bounce houses, donkey rides and more presented by Kidsville, a new childcare service at Westfield Broward Mall. Adults can enjoy team sports including sack races, eating competitions, ludo and dominoes.
For those who prefer a more moderate pace, there will be cooking demonstrations and competitions, an array of cultural offerings, arts and crafts, wellness services, and giveaways from some of the community’s most supportive corporate players. Food and drink vendors from across the islands will offer an assortment of culinary delights.