Monthly Archives: August 2012

‘The Jaguar’ Kirani James is coming home

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Kirani James

Grenada is getting ready to welcome Kirani James. If you are visiting Grenada and would like to be part of the ‘Welcome Home of Kirani James’ please call us at 444.1555.

The Government and people of Grenada are getting ready to Welcome Home Kirani James – Grenada’s Olympic Gold Medalist.
He will arrive on Thursday, August 30th, at about 8:00p.m.
A welcome ceremony will be held at the Maurice Bishop International Airport. Everyone is invited; the celebration will start at 7p.m.
On Saturday, September 1st – a Thanksgiving Ceremony is scheduled to be held at 9:30a.m., at Kirani James Boulevard, followed by a massive island-wide motorcade along the western main road (passing through Gouyave, Sauteurs, Grenville, St. David and on to the National Stadium) for a National Celebration Rally.
Saturday, September 1st, is also Kirani’s birthday; a massive surprise is planned for him.
Please spread the word and let us celebrate national pride.
Thanks for your continued support and co-operation.
Source: Janice Augustine.
Information edited (for clarity) by Kenroy Baptiste.

Get ready for Carnival!

Visit mass camps like that of Comancheros band to see their carnival costumes as
they are completed by their talented designers and helpers, and to listen to the
sweet sounds of steel band practising for the annual panorama competition!
Don’t forget the Rotary Club of Grenada’s annual all-day Carnival Fete on Sunday
August 12th at the Grenada Yacht Club!
Paul Keens Douglas comes to Grenada and presents his comedy show on Wednesday 15th!
Grenada Breweries Monday Night Mass packs are on sale from Friday 3rd!
Need help to decide where to go and what to do?
Call us at 444.1555 we can help you make the decision and get you to the right places!

First Gold Medal Ever

for Grenada in the Olympic Games!
Today Kirani James wins the 400-meter gold by more than a half-second, finishing in 43.94 seconds.
Luguelin Santos of the Dominican Republic earned the silver in 44.46 and Lalonde Gordon of Trinidad and Tobago got the 400 bronze.
Needless to say that the island is in party mood!
Well done Kirani James you made Grenada really proud!

Carriacou Regatta Festival

If you are in Grenada you might want to consider going up to Carriacou for the 47th Carriacou Regatta Festival.
The regatta has become a major Caribbean event, attracting sailors from the various neighbouring islands – Grenada, Tobago, Martinique, Antigua and St. Vincent and the Grenadines.
Highlights of the festival for this weekend – 3rd -6th August – include Miss Aquaval Queen Show, Miss Wet T-Shirt, Donkey Racing, Greasy Pole and numerous cultural and sporting events.
For more information on the schedule please go to this website:
If you would like us to do any arrangements for you, please call us at 444-1555 or send an email to