Category Archives: Tourism / Entertainment

The RAMBLERS -NEW YEAR’S EVE DANCE – TORONTO – DECEMBER 31st. 2018

VIEW: The RAMBLERS -NEW YEAR’S EVE DANCE -DECEMBER 31st. 2018

Nostalgia: Guyana Folk Songs – Bing Serrao and the Ramblers

This is an early recording of Bing Serrao and the Ramblers … maybe in the early 1960’s

This Band – now a trio – still plays at events in Toronto, Canada, The oldest member is 84 years old.

GCA – Guyana Cultural Association On-line Magazine – Sep/Oct 2018 

VIEW: GCA – Guyana Cultural Association On-line Magazine – Sep/Oct 2018 

GCCABC’s Annual Potluck Xmas Brunch – Richmond B.C. Canada – December 9. 2018

Annual Potluck on December 9th 2018

In addition to any potluck item you might bring to share, we are also asking that you please bring a non-perishable food item for contribution toward’s St. Anne’s food drive. We appreciate anything you can donate towards this.                    Continue reading

Bishops High School & Queen’s College – Toronto Alumni – Twelfth Night Gala – January 12. 2019

Wellness Industry Boom: By Adrian Loverage – Barbados Underground Blog

THE ADRIAN LOVERIDGE COLUMN – WELLNESS INDUSTRY BOOM!

The global wellness industry grew by 12.8 per cent in the last two years from US$3.7 trillion in 2015 to US$4.2 trillion in 2017, according to a recent report by Global Wellness Economy Monitor released by the non-profit Global Wellness Institute (GWI).

At a recent conference held in St. Eustatius, founder of the marketing and business development consultants, Mind Body Spirit Network, Sallie Fraenkel, stated that the wellness sector is ‘three times larger than the global pharmaceutical industry and growing exponentially’.      Continue reading

Debbie’s Boxing Day Jam -Toronto – December 26. 2018

Where High Quality Abides … The Oldsters Tend To Excel – By Hubert Williams +7 Music videos

Where High Quality Abides … The Oldsters Tend To Excel

  • By Hubert Williams

Bridgetown, Barbados. Oct. 21, 2018 – The new musical norm in the Caribbean tends to be men with little or no education, low moral standards producing too much of the music for local consumption… a surfeit of songs about women and sex clumsily presented; often making considerable sums of money out of it, and, regrettably, enjoying great popularity, prompting the question: Whereto is Caribbean culture headed?

A classic demonstration of where we were (in comparison with where we are) was provided last night in Barbados at the Sir Lloyd Erskine Sandiford Conference Centre, a mile east of the Capital Bridgetown, with Dr. Anthony Carter (“The Mighty Gabby”), Stedson Wiltshire (“Red Plastic Bag”), both of Barbados, and David Martins of Guyana, leader of the renowned Tradewinds band, in glorious concert, to a full house.   Continue reading

The Linden Fund USA & Ituni International Association – Holiday Party – December 15, 2018 – Details

Region 10 Xmas Party 2018

Region 10 Christmas Party & Taping of Xmas Greetings – Dec. 15. 2018

Dear Members and Friends,

Linden Fund USA and the Ituni International Association are again co-hosting a festive REGION 10 Christmas Party.

Join us on Saturday, December 15 at Burchell’s Suite, 8926 Avenue D, Brooklyn, NY. Tickets are $30. [See attached flyer]

Attendees will be able to tape greetings to be aired on NCN on both Christmas Day and New Year’s Day in Region 10. Start the holiday season with us and send your love to family and friends at home in Guyana.

Our annual collaboration has been a great success. This interaction among Guyanese always ignite new friendships and strengthen others, so do join us in our drive to help Region 10.

With continued thanks for your support!

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Gail Christopher-Henry . Interim Secretary, LFU

Email: lfu_secretary@lindenfund.org
Visit us at www.lindenfund.org or www.fa cebook.com/lindenfundusa

CANGO – Canada-Guyana Outreach Mission to Guyana – Report for October 19. 2018

October 19 at 10:24 PMThis Report has been prepared by CANGO

Yvonne, Cyril and Judy – part of the organizing team, have arrived safely in Guyana. Thanks to Roxanne Reece, Lawrence Kanhai, Anna French, Nadine Hing and the staff and crew at Fly Jamaica for helping us transport the wheelchairs, IV pole and numerous bags for the mission. We had a small glitch with customs when we arrived in Guyana, but eventually everything sorted itself out and after a few hours were transported to Georgetown accompanied by Delroy from the Ministry of P

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