Caribbean American Heritage Month

Celebrating Diverse Culture of Caribbean Nationals

June 1st begins National Caribbean Heritage Month

Your Caribbean leaders have a few things in store for you.

Diplomacy 1, Democracy 0: the US embargo is over, long live the Cuban embargo @ CCSU

Friday, June 5th, 5pm

1615 Stanley Street

New Britain, CT

Reception at 5pm in Vance 106 and talk at 6pm in Vance 105

About the speaker:

Orlando Luis Pardo Lazo
Twitter: @OLPL
Blog: Lunes de Post-Revolución.
Writer, photographer and social activist from La Habana.
In 2009 his short-story book BORING HOME was censored in Cuba.
In 2014 he was invited as Adjunct Professor of Creative Writing by Brown University.
https://news.brown.edu/articles/2014/09/iwp

Church Service @ North United Methodist Church

Sunday, June 7th, 11am

1205 Albany Avenue

Hartford, CT

Blessing as we begin the Celebration for the month.

Immigration Brunch @ West Indian Social Club, Inc

Sunday, June 7th, 1:30pm

3340 Main Street

Hartford, CT

Bring your concerns or questions representatives will be present to answer.

2015 Awards Gala

Monday, June 8th, 4:30-8pm

69 Main Street

New Britain, CT

For this event you must register space is limited.


http://ctmainstreet.org/events/2015-awards-gala-2/

T-20 Cricket @ Keney Park

Saturday, June 13th, 12pm

Keney Park

Windsor, CT

Friendly cricket game contact the CHoF or the CCL if you are interested in playing.

Health Summit @ West Indian Social Club

Saturday, June 20th, 11am

3340 Main Street

Hartford, CT

Free health information provided.

Caribbean Heritage Month Summit @ Capitol Hill Washington, DC

Wednesday, June 24th, 9am to Friday, June 26th, 12pm

Washington, DC, United States

Washington, DC

All interested parties please contact Veronica Airey-Wilson or me @ 860-930-4315 fees apply.

Caribbean Cookoff - Come Represent

Saturday, June 27th, 12pm

3340 Main Street

Hartford, CT

How does your island stand? Are your national dishes the best? Well let us be the judges of that. Come represent one and all, as we end our celebrations with a mini sampling of island dishes.


You be the judges and vote for the winner.