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Jammin in Jamaica, January 6th, 2013, Jamaica

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Positive Legacy presents Jammin in Jamaica with Everyone Orchestra and Special Reggae Walk of Fame Guest Artists plus new artists January 6th 2014 at 10:00am to 3:00pm

Thanks to: Flow Jamaica – High speed internet
IPL – Trelawny Stadium
BlackBerry App World
Positive Legacy
Cloud9 adventure
Reggae Walk of Fame Inductees
News Talk 93FM Fresh Start (interviews)
The Caribbean Institute of Media and Communication (CARIMAC)
The Most High – Rastafari

Location: THE REGGAE VILLAGE at the Trelawny Stadium in Falmouth, Jamaica

Join Positive Legacy for a visit to the Ras Astor Black Interactive Music & Arts Learning Institute at Trelawny Stadium in Falmouth for Jammin in Jamaica with an all-star Everyone Orchestra and conductor Matt Butler. This afternoon of interactive entertainment will benefit youth skills development in Jamaica. We are thrilled to meet students from the Music & Arts Learning Institute who will “edutain” us and share the skills they have been learning.  

Jam Cruise guests will be treated to an authentic culinary and musically magical experience. During a one-hour collaborative musical workshop students will gain inspiration, encouragement and new skills. Jam Cruise guests will be schooled by culinary students on the art of Jerk, Jamaica cooking techniques. This enlightening hour of learning will culminate with a delicious shared lunch accompanied by a soul-satisfying jam session. For a completely authentic Jamaican afternoon experience, those hoping to get the blood pumping off the dance floor can join in a Futbol (Foot Ball) and 20/20 Cricket game.
Proceeds from this event will benefit the Music & Arts Learning Institute where tuition is always FREE. Funds generated by this event will aid the construction of a new audio and video recording studio at the institute. The institute was founded in 1994 by Ras Astor Black and is part of an exciting entertainment and sports complex, including a Reggae Walk of Fame. The institute provides tuition free education in all areas of the arts including music & video production, photography, culinary arts, radio production, broadcast journalism, marketing and advertising. Courses at the institute highlight the importance of education, teamwork, punctuality and discipline. The skills learned at the institute create tremendous opportunities for Jamaica’s youth, for whom the unemployment rate is 32.2 percent.
We invite Jam Cruise guests to join us for an afternoon of music and connection in Falmouth on January 6th. Tickets for this event are $60 per person, which includes the cost of transportation, Rastafari vegetarian lunch and a donation to the Music & Arts Learning Institute. All donations are nonrefundable and this event is rain or shine.

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