Jamaica's 50th Year of Indepence Jubilee Atlanta

by Michelle
(Atlanta)


The organizers of Jamaica’s 50th Anniversary celebration in Atlanta, unveils the official website today.


The launch which is expected to give access to millions of Jamaican’s worldwide, will allow them to see the many activities which are being arranged by the Jamaica 50th-Atlanta Planning Committee, Inc. in celebration of Jamaica’s independence.

These activities will give Jamaicans in Georgia and the surrounding states an opportunity to actively participate in the celebration of Jamaica’s Golden Jubilee.

Here are some of the Core events sponsored by the Committee:

May 12 – Sports Day at Burdett Park. Featuring cricket, soccer, netball and other activities for the whole family.

May 26 - Memorial Day Weekend, Caribbean Carnival in Atlanta – Jamaica will host a band of reveler’s in this year’s annual Atlanta Carnival celebrations organized by Reggalypso. The theme for this event is “Doing it One More Time.”

June 3 – Georgia Caribbean-American Heritage Coalition. Opening ceremony for Caribbean Month with Jamaica as the featured country. The venue for this activity will be the Fulton County Atrium – 141 Pryor Street, Atlanta

Additionally other core events being scheduled include a performance by the National Dance Theatre Company of Jamaica and a featured play by Jamaica’s foremost playwright, Mr. Basil Dawkins.

Keep checking the website for dates, times and further details for these activities.

Other
events on the calendar and are being endorsed by the Committee include:

March 31 – International Association of Caribbean Organizations (IACO) Event - Global Fusion event at Oglethorpe University Lupton Auditorium

April 29 - A Fashion Affair Inc of "FASHION CABARET 2012" Celebrating 50 Years of Culture and Independence

Further, you can share your thoughts and obtain more information concerning the planned events by emailing us at info@jamaicajubileeatlanta.org or calling us at the toll-free number (855) 500-JA50 (5250) or (866) 453-3929 and leave a message.

The website has a full complete list of all the activities that are being planned for the year with details.

There will be more events planned for the year, so keep checking the website for updates, postings and messages as we celebrate Jamaica’s Independence here in Atlanta.

There is also the ability to advertize on the website – call the toll free number and leave a message and someone will get back to you within 24 hours.

So come join us here in Atlanta as we celebrate Jamaica’s Independence and “Feel the Heart and Soul of a Nation”.

Website: www.jamaicajubileeatlanta.org / E-mail: info@jamaicajubileeatlanta.org

5405 Memorial Drive – Building H, Suite 1
Stone Mountain, Georgia 30083
Tel: 404-297-7696
Jamaica 50th – Atlanta Planning Committee, Inc.
Under the Patronage of Jamaica’s
Honorary Consul to Atlanta
Vin Martin, Esq

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