Saturday, May 30th Month-End Event

Classiqué International comes energetically alive tonight, Saturday, May 30th when the one and only internationally popular Club DVD Sound System of Marigot, will unleash their Socially Dynamic Entertainment System, to put you in the mood for the long holiday weekend. Ladies, it is your Night tonight, yes, Ladies’ Night at Classique’ International.  With …

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Volunteers for Summer Camp 2009

VOLUNTEERS Classiqué International will be assisted by some volunteers from  Alvin Alexander’s youth group, during the Summer Camp 2009 session.   Please contact Alvin Alexander in Marigot, for additional information, if you are  interested in signing up to become a volunteer during our summer program. PENCILS FOR KIDS (PFK) The theme of our summer program will be, Pencils for …

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Summer Camp 2009

Classiqué International will be signing up approximately 50 children for one week of Summer Camp 2009.  The theme will be Pencils for Kids (PFK).  The date will be Monday, July 20th to Friday, July 24th.  The time will be 9:00 a.m. to 12:00 noon.  On Saturday, July 25th at 1:00 p.m. parents …

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Travel with Less – Avoid the Stress

Most travellers, especially Dominicans will certainly understand my predicament when it comes to travelling home.   First you begin the process of packing, then weighing, and repeat the process over and over until you say to yourself, oh forget it, maybe I will get through after all.  Luckily, I had gotten through with my …

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Great to be in Dominica

A big hello to all my fans out there.  After spending six weeks in Dominica, I am currently back in the US. Easter, MayFest and Mother’s day were all great events which I had the opportunity to be a part of this year. All the activities, including three children’s parties, were …

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Mangoes in Dominica

After spending approximately six wonderful weeks in Dominica, I am back in the US and wondering what is happening to my mangoes, yes, my mangoes. During my six weeks in Dominica, I ate more mangoes than the thirty years I have spent in the US. I don’t remember Marigot having …

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