Saturday, March 2, 2024

Cultural treat at Holetown Festival


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Scores of people showed up for the entertainment section of the Holetown Festival’s street parade today.
And shortly after the parade concluded children from a number of schools and youth groups put on a show that was a mix of Bajan culture at its best.  
Dance routines including pieces depicting the Barbados Landship were part of the entertainment package provided by groups such as Dancin’ Africa, the Haynesville Youth Club and the Luther Thorne and George Lamming Primary Schools as well as the Eden Lodge Nursery School.
As the Holetown Festival marked its 37th year, hundreds of onlookers lined the street at Holetown, St James to watch the activities.  
Tourists and locals got the opportunity to eat some Bajan food and drinks and throughout Holetown the smell of fish cakes, hamburgers on the grill and popcorn filled the air.


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