CELEBRATING OUR DIVERSITY” AT SCARBOROUGH AFRO-CARIB FEST
It’s BIGGER! It’s BETTER!!!
SCARBOROUGH, ON – Heritage Skills Development Centre (HSDC) will be presenting its 6th Annual Scarborough
Afro-Carib Fest (SACF) on August 26-27 inside the Albert Campbell Square at the Scarborough Civic Centre.
“We’re thrilled to be bringing back the Scarborough Afro-Carib Fest for the sixth year,” said Charity Lebeanya,
Executive Director of the HSDC. “There is no shortage of things for people to do at this amazing community
event.” The Scarborough Afro-Caribfest brings together live musical performances, exciting entertainment
from local and international artists, mouth-watering ethnic cuisine, vendor exhibitions and marketplace, drum
and dance workshops, kids zone, dance competitions, celebrity meet and greets, raffle draws, prize giveaways,
networking opportunities and much more!
“Scarborough is the perfect place to put on this event as few places reflect the diversity of Canada better than
here,” added Charity Lebeanya. “Celebrating our Diversity” is the theme of this annual FREE event that
welcomes over 20,000 people from across Canada.
Scarborough Afro-Carib fest invites people of all ages and
backgrounds to experience the richness of Toronto’s diverse communities.
Heritage Skills Development Centre (HSDC) puts on the event to foster civic pride and demonstrate the
richness of the Afro-Caribbean cultures and other ethnic groups that make up the fabric of Canada. For
sponsorship, advertisement or vendor opportunities, please email: email@example.com or call:
416 345 1613. To learn more about the festival, please visit www.scarboroughafrocaribfest.com
About “Scarborough Afro-Carib Fest”: Uniquely Canadian, the Scarborough Afro-Carib Fest is the first of its
kind to merge two rich cultures, African and Caribbean, in an effort to build community, bridge social, cultural
and economic gaps through sharing music, dance, cuisine, arts and culture.
About Heritage Skills Development Centre (HSDC): HSDC is a non-profit organization established in 1993 to
promote the health, social, cultural, and economic self-sufficiency of new immigrants, low-income, at-risk and
marginalized groups in the Greater Toronto Area (GTA).