North Side Heritage Day is a hit with kids

Partygoers had lots of fun at the North Side Heritage Day, which continued into the late hours on Friday night.

The North Side Heritage Day held at Kaibo public beach proved a big draw for youngsters with several school groups making the trek to the district event on Friday, Nov. 18, for a day filled with fun and discovery.

“We had so many kids and school groups, and they got to enjoy free catboat rides, free face painting and a bouncy castle,” said North Side Pirates Week Committee secretary Felisiana Ebanks.

“Among the many booths we had set up, Edna M. Moyle Primary School had carnival games; there were also two craft displays, and the botanic park had a demonstration on growing provisions the way people used to back in the old days,” she added.

The grounds were buzzing with action during the day.
The grounds were buzzing with action during the day.

At night, the festivities continued with fireworks, a bonfire lighting and a party.

“The event was extremely well attended,” said Ms. Ebanks.

“We are really happy to have so many people come out to learn about and enjoy the heritage of North Side.”

Cedric Gidarisingh, North Side Pirates Week Committee chairman Jay Ebanks, and international artists Mr. Killa and Sherwayne Winchester who performed at the party.
Cedric Gidarisingh, North Side Pirates Week Committee chairman Jay Ebanks, and international artists Mr. Killa and Sherwayne Winchester who performed at the party.
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