First Ever ‘Barbados Week’ Takes Boston July 2-10, 2005

BRIDGETOWN, Barbados, June 29 /PRNewswire/ — Add some island flavor to your summer at the first-ever Barbados Week in Boston, scheduled for July 2-10 2005. Lose yourself in the pulsating rhythms of calypso, indulge in the acclaimed cuisine and soak up the infectious Barbadian joie de vivre at the many events highlighting the culture of Barbados throughout the Boston metropolitan area. Bostonians and visitors alike will be captivated by Barbados during the weeklong celebration at exciting venues throughout the City of Boston. All events are open to the public.

Below are the scheduled activities:
Saturday, July 2, 2005
12:00pm- Cooking Demonstration
2:00pm Williams-Sonoma, Copley Plaza

2:00pm Film Premiere “The Chattel House”
Location: Braintree Sheraton Hotel

Sunday July 3, 2005
11:30am Consul General’s Cricket Cup
Location: Playstead Park
Back Entrance to Franklin Park Zoo
Dorchester

Tuesday, July 5, 2005
6:00pm- Taste of Barbados Chef Connection – Book your reservations
10:30pm Spire, 90 Tremont Street, Boston 617.772.0202
Restaurant L, 234 Berkeley Street, Boston 617.266.4680
The Federalist, 15 Beacon Street, Boston 877.982.3226

Evening Mount Gay Rum Nights – July 5 – 9
Location: Around Boston

Wednesday, July 6, 2005
4:30pm- Bajan Summer Evening Jazz Performance
6:30pm Location: Boylston Plaza at the Prudential Center

6:00pm- Taste of Barbados Chef Connection
10:30pm Spire, 90 Tremont Street, Boston 617.772.0202
Restaurant L, 234 Berkeley Street, Boston 617.266.4680
The Federalist, 15 Beacon Street, Boston 877.982.3226

Thursday, July 7, 2005
12:30pm- Afternoon Bajan Concert & Infusion at The Prudential Center
1:30pm Location: Boylston Plaza at the Prudential Center

6:00pm- Taste of Barbados Chef Connection
10:30pm

Friday, July 8, 2005
6:00pm- Taste of Barbados Chef Connection
10:30pm

Saturday, July 9, 2005
10:00am- Bridgetown Farmer’s Market
2:00pm Location: Haymarket Farmer’s Market
Bajan music, dancers, performers and other activities

10:00am- Quincy Market, Faneuil Hall
4:00pm Location: Quincy Marketplace, Faneuil Hall
Live Bajan music, dancers and other activities

12:00- Cooking Demonstration
2:00pm Williams-Sonoma Store in Braintree

Sunday, July 10, 2005
6:00pm- Taste of Barbados Chef Connection
10:30pm

Barbados, the most easterly of the Caribbean islands, is popular for its natural beauty, its historic attractions, beaches, sports, golf courses, fine dining and incredible nightlife. For further information on Barbados, call the Barbados Tourism Authority at 800-221-9831, or log onto http://www.visitbarbados.org/.

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