Christmas Brawta with the Bumpy Head Gal will be a free morning of storytelling and performance by popular Jamaican actress Joan Andrea Hutchinson. It is a wonderful opportunity to learn about old time Christmas traditions in Jamaica and finish up some Christmas shopping; a selection of Bumpy Head Gal’s CDs and books will be on sale
“Irie Isle is the perfect venue for Christmas Brawta because we love celebrating Jamaican culture and history,” said Dean Nevins, Irie Isle owner and manager. “Christmas Brawta with the Bumpy Head Gal” is for the young and the young at heart. So, don’t hesitate to venture out with family and friends for a wonderful morning of culture and history.
The event will take place Saturday December 24th at 11 a.m. at Irie Isle Jamaican Restaurant in Pembroke Pines. For over twenty years Irie Isle has served South Florida the finest in Caribbean Cuisine. Named “Best Jamaican Restaurant” by the New Times in 1998 and 2004, Irie Isle has perfected a number of traditional Caribbean recipes and added a special hint of tropical culinary magic! The Catering menu offers a range of items suitable for everything from an intimate family dinner to a large wedding reception. If customers don’t see what they are looking for, let Irie Isle know. Irie Irie Isle will design a customized party menu just for you and put some rhythm in your food!
Irie Isle Jamaican Restaurant is located on the corner of Palm Avenue and Pembroke Road. The address is 1480 S Palm Ave Pembroke Pines Fl 33025, and the phone number is (954) 435-5070. For more information about the event, visit irieislerestaurant.com or call Andrea Shaw at (754) 235-7639.
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