Jamaica 45: Independence 2007 Celebration in Washington DC

Ambassador Gordon Shirley and the Staff of the Embassy of Jamaica invite Jamaicans, their families and friends to celebrate! Jamaica 45: Independence 2007 Friday, August 3, 2007 – Sunday, August 5, 2007

Jamaican Pianist, Paul Shaw
Caribbean Crossings:
A New World Beyond Borders
A Recital Presented by IDB Cultural Bank
Friday, 3 August, 6:30pm
Enrique V. Iglesias Conference Center Auditorium
Inter-American Development Bank
1330 New York Avenue NW
(at Metro Center)
Free and open to the public
Photo ID required
First-come, first-seated
For ages 13 and up
Business Casual Attire
Visit www.iadb.org/cultural

Jamaica Night at Zanzibar
Featuring Bare Essentials Band from Jamaica and Sprang International
Friday, 3 August, 7pm
700 Water St. SW, Washington, DC
Free Admission until 11pm

Independence Ball
Presented by Jamaican Association of Maryland
and Baltimore Cricket & Social Club
Featuring Image Band and
DJ Danny P International
Saturday, 4 August, 9pm – 3am
Martins West
6817 Dogwood Rd., Baltimore, Maryland
Tickets: 410.637.5869 / 410.428.0500

Jamaican Nationals Association Independence Gala
Special Guests
Senator the Honourable G Anthony Hylton,
Minister of Foreign Affairs
& Foreign Trade, Jamaica
and Mrs Michelle Fenty,
First Lady, Washington, DC
MC – Ms Maureen Bunyan
Featuring Bobby’s Music Machine
Saturday, 4 August, 6:30pm – 1am
L’Enfant Plaza Hotel
480 L’Enfant Plaza SW, Washington, DC
Tickets: www.jnaofdc.org / 240.432.7888

Independence Day Service of Celebration
Celebrant Rt. Rev. Dr. Howard Gregory,
Suffragan Bishop of Montego Bay
Sunday, 5 August, 11am
Dunbarton Chapel,
Howard University School of Law
2900 Van Ness St. NW, Washington, DC

Independence Sunday Market
An all-day Jamaican festival

Live Music including
– Jerry D
– DJ Sprang International
– Image Band
– Bare Essentials
– Bob Andy
– Shaggy

Jamaican Food, Art & Craft on sale
Sunday, 5 August, 1pm
Gardens of the
Organization of
American States
17th St. and
Constitution Ave. NW,
Washington, DC