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This event will be unlike anything we have done in the past. You will not want to miss it.

Pop-up events are temporary events hosted in unique venues ranging from temporary fixtures in open public spaces. We are using this innovative concept as a new and exciting way to promote our Adopt-A-School program.

The Parish Pop Up will feature food from the various Parishes in Jamaica. These culinary delights will be provided by Viv Catering, including peppered shrimp, escovitch snapper, curried crab, and manish water.

You can purchase a Passport of Tickets to sample these delicacies. Tickets are 5 for $15 or 10 for $25.

Videos will feature highlights for our recent field trip to Jamaica. You will learn how we make a difference in the lives of the 3 to 5 year old students.


Website URL:
http://www.pacecanada.org/AASParishPopUp/

Details:
In addition, a variety of entertainment will be provided, including: Meet and Greet with Jamaica Consul General Lloyd Wilks Guest Speaker Owen “Blakka” Ellis, Jamaican writer, educator and artist DJ Eugene Chang of Psycho Soul Enter the Game Show Early Bird surprises Videos of the Basic Schools in Jamaica Prizes

Contact Information:
647-352-7223

Location:
Jamaican Canadian Centre 995 Arrow Road, Toronto Finch Ave W and 400

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