MASSACHUSETTS KICKS OFF CARIBBEAN AMERICAN HERITAGE MONTH FESTIVITIES THROUGHOUT OUR COMMUNITIES:
Each year during the month of June, the National Caribbean American Heritage Month Celebration offers a variety of activities from our annual flag raising ceremonies to festivals and events throughout the state of Massachusetts.
Below are some of our local festivities:
The annual flag raising event is held on the steps of Boston City Hall Plaza along with our annual staging of “CARIBBEAN AMERICAN HERITAGE FESTIVAL” in June continues to showcase our music, food, culture, achievement, heritage and more in the City of Boston Caribbean American diaspora community.
Brockton Caribbean American community host its annual flag raising event at the Brockton City Hall with its annual "CARIBBEAN AMERICAN HERITAGE MONTH CELEBRATION” in June which provides an opportunity for Caribbean American community of Brockton to showcase their rich culture and heritage.
The annual “CARIBBEAN AMERICAN HERITAGE MONTH EXHIBITION” hosted by Caribbean American city councilor Quinton Zondervan and the Mayor of Cambridge, provides an opportunity to showcase the rich culture and heritage of our Caribbean American community in the City of Cambridge.
With a large Caribbean American community, the annual flag raising event is held on the steps of the Randolph Town Hall.
Authentic Caribbean Foundation annual “RANDOLPH CARIBBEAN AMERICAN HERITAGE FESTIVAL” provides an opportunity to highlights the rich culture and heritage of the Caribbean American community through exhibiton display and performances.
Worcester Caribbean American heritage month celebration commence with the annual flag raising held on the steps of Worcester City Hall Plaza along with its annual “WORCESTER CARIBBEAN AMERICAN HERITAGE FESTIVAL” in June continues to showcase our music, food, culture, achievement, heritage and more in the City of Worcester.