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There’s always something to do in Sweet TnT! Women in Art 16th Annual Exhibition (September 17th – October 5th) The Women in Art Organisation of Trinidad and Tobago will be hosting their 16th Annual Exhibition from 17th September to 5th October 2013. This event takes place at the Gallery Fine Art corner Rosalino & Warren Streets, Woodbrook. […]

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Trinidad Carnival – Craziest Party in the World?

‘Craziest’ Party? That just might be the worst description of what Trinidad and Tobago’s Carnival really is. Here’s what you may not know about TnT Carnival, the greatest show on the earth! The History of Carnival TnT’s Carnival is not just a street party with lots of alcohol and loud music. It’s influenced by as many […]

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Emancipation Day in Trinidad and Tobago

Next on the unusually long list of public holidays for Trinidad and Tobago is Emancipation Day. Of course as is the custom in TnT, any excuse for a holiday comes with much praise. TnT was the first country to declare the day that slavery was abolished–a national holiday. Emancipation Day celebrations start about a week […]

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‘A Summer’s Tale’

Trinidad and Tobago August events! A Summer to remember! _________________ The Earth Champions Project (July 15th – August 9th) Are you between the ages of 5-17? Do you love movies? Do you have a creative idea that may protect the environment? Digicel IMAX and createfuturegood want you to be part of our Earth Champions Project! […]

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Trinidad and Tobago July Events! WOAW!

What’s Happening in Trinidad and Tobago for July? HA! Too much! _____ Breeze Freeze (July 4th – 14th) First Ever National Ice Cream Eating Competition in T&T hosted by Sundae Fest the First Ever Ice Cream Festival in T&T!!! Visit: Facebook Page ______________ Gershwin Comedy Classic (July 4th – 7th) ‘Crazy for You’ at Queen’s Halll, St. […]

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Tribute to Trinidad and Tobago National Heroes

To talk about Calypso and not include the name David Michael Rudder would be like listening to Reggae, not knowing who Bob Marley was! According to one of his fellow calypsonians, Leroy Calliste, aka the Black Stalin, “He is a beautiful brother, very talented. Very, very skillful. I hope a lot of the younger artistes […]

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Labour Day in Trinidad and Tobago

Trinidad and Tobago is ranked in the top ten for countries having the most number of public holidays! WOW! What a lovely place to live . . . #7 on the holiday list is, Labour Day. Celebrated in about six countries, this annual holiday typically celebrates or honors the labour movement and achievements of workers […]

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Indian Arrival Day in Trinidad and Tobago

On days leading up to May 30th, 2013, many Trinbagonians will be taking part in a host of activities celebrating Indian Arrival Day. There will be exhibitions, traditional dancing and singing as well as reenactments of the first arrival of East Indians aboard the Fatel Razak. In fact, this year a budget has been allotted […]

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Trinidad and Tobago events in May

“As fresh as the month of May!” ____ Turtle Watching Season (March 1st – September 30th) Witness these amazing creatures, the Hawksbills, Green Turtles, Olive Ridleys, Loggerheads and the most famous of all the Leatherback turtle as they come ashore to lay their eggs on one of the most important nesting sites in the world. […]

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Trinidad and Tobago Events in April

As fresh as the month of May! ____ Turtle Watching Season (March 1st – September 30th) Witness these amazing creatures, the Hawksbills, Green Turtles, Olive Ridleys, Loggerheads and the most famous of all the Leatherback turtle as they come ashore to lay their eggs on one of the most important nesting sites in the world. […]

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