Category Archives: Creole Culture

Art & Craft Expo 2014

The annual RUSM Art & Craft Expo is quickly approaching! This year’s display of talent is set for Friday, November 21st from 4-8 pm and Saturday, November 22nd from 10-5 pm. This charity fundraiser will be held at the Ross … Continue reading

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New Roseau Website

The Dominica News Online announced a great new resource this morning! The author of Bradt’s travel guide to Dominica, Paul Crask has just launched a website to help us navigate Roseau. It is called the Roseau City Guide. Let me … Continue reading

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Independence Celebrations 2012 Dominica

Dominica’s 2012 Independence Celebration kicked off on September 23rd and will go all the way through November 5th. This is a great time of year to learn about the culture of Dominica as expressed in music, dance, cuisine, traditions and customs. Hopefully you’ve noticed … Continue reading

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Tiffany’s

If you have a passion for the creative side of life, Tiffany’s is a place you must visit during your stay in Dominica. Where else in Dominica can you find a plethora of artwork, ceramics, hand-crafted soaps and jewelry, …and … Continue reading

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Creole Day

Yesterday was Creole Day, an island wide celebration of creole culture, music, food, and attire. It was a day full of vibrant color, creole delicacies, and sounds of jing ping. I had the honor of sampling a full creole meal prepared … Continue reading

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