Minister for Tourism, Denise Charles, has described the second annual Ti Vilaj Kweyol as the opportune avenue to embrace Dominica.
Ti Vilaj Kweyol replaces FLOW Dominica’s Creole in the Park as a platform to showcase the island’s culture and local businesses.
Speaking at the opening ceremony of the three-day event on Tuesday, Charles further encouraged the public, and visitors, to support the homegrown enterprises present at the Creole Village.
Minister for Tourism, Denise Charles.
Meantime, Member of Parliament for the Roseau Central Constituency, Melissa Poponne-Skerrit, says Ti Vilaj Kweyol is an accurate reflection of Dominica’s unique and colourful heritage.
Member of Parliament for the Roseau Central Constituency, Melissa Poponne-Skerrit.
Ti Vilaj Kweyol is being hosted at the Botanic Gardens from 11am to 8pm on Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday of this week.