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Tobago Heritage Festival Calendar of Events

Tobago Heritage Festival Calendar of Events

The Tobago Festivals Committee has released its Calendar Of Events for the 2010 Tobago Heritage Festival.

Beginning on 16 July with a gala opening at the Dwight Yorke Stadium Car Park, the festival runs until Emancipation Day on Sunday 1 August. Here’s the lineup.

Friday July 16th – Opening Night
Dwight Yorke Stadium Car Park at 8:00pm

Saturday July 17th – Mt. St. George’s Production “Sugar Cane Glory”
Fort Granby at 8:00pm

Sunday July 18th – Folk Fiesta
Dwight Yorke Stadium Car Park at 3:00pm

Monday July 19th – SWUM Village Council Wake and Bongo Production “Massa Come Home”
Whim Hard Court at 8:00pm

Tuesday July 20th – Canaan/Bon Accord/Crown Point Village Council Production
“It Takes A Whole Village To Raise A Child”

Bon Accord Recreation Grounds

Wednesday July 21st- Belle Garden “Bele Festival”
T&TEC Pan Theatre at 8:00pm

Thursday July 22nd – Black Rock Sea Festival (“Boat Christening and Seine Hanging”)
Courland Heritage Park
Wake Up Call – 5:00 am
Sea Sports – 11:00am
Sea Fiesta – 5:00pm

Friday July 23rd – Heritage Calypso Monarch & Pan Folk-O-Rama
Scarborough Esplanade at 8:00pm

Saturday July 24th – Moriah “Ole Time Wedding”
Moriah Recreation Ground
Wedding – 1:00pm
Reception – 3:00pm

Sunday July 25th – Mason Hall “Games We Used To Play”
Mason Hall Recreation Ground
Road Race – 6:00am
Street Parade – 11:00am
Games – 1:30pm

Monday July 26th – Charlotteville “National Treasures Day”
Village Trek – 10:00am
Siesta & Treasure Hunt – 2:00pm
Stage Production “Ole Time School Concert”
Charlotteville Recreation Ground – 7:00pm

Tuesday July 27th – Pembroke Village “Salaka Feast”
Morning Rituals – 5:30am
Stage Production “No Better Beef, No Better Barrel”
Pembroke Community Centre Ground

Wednesday July 28th- Heritage Island Tour
Scarborough Esplanade – 8:00am

Northside Combined “From Cap’n to Cook”
Castara Bay – 10:30 am

Bethel “The Tribal Awakening”
RBTT Sound Setters Pan Theatre Montgomery – 8:00am

Thursday July 29th – Les Coteaux “Folk Tales & Superstitions”
Village Day Fair at Les Coteaux Community Centre – 6:00am-2:00pm
Stage Production “Yuh Choose Till Yuh Choose” at Tablepiece
Recreation Ground – 8:00pm

Friday July 30th – Ms. Heritage Personality “Leh We Go”
Cyd Gray Complex, Roxborough – 8:00pm

Saturday July 31st – Plymouth/Bethesda “Ole Time Carnival”
J’Ouvert – 5:00am
Stage Production at Plymouth Recreation Ground – 4:00pm

Sunday August 01st – Emancipation Day Parade
Bon Accord to Pigeon Point Heritage Park – 11:00am

For further information please contact Tobago Festivals Committee at 639-4441/5016
Website: http://www.tobagoheritagefestival.com
Email: tobagoheritagefestival@yahoo.com