2014
Trinidad & Tobago Calendar






Dates in red are public holidays
dates and events are subject to change or be cancel without notice
2014
January 1st - New Year's Day

4th - National Association of Athletics Administrations of T&T (NAAA) 2013 Awards Function at Capital Plaza, Port of Spain; 5 pm.

5th - Pembroke Harvest Fest

12th - Parlatuvier Harvest Fest

12th - Spring Garden Harvest Fest

12th - National Association of Athletics Administrations of T&T (NAAA) Development Meet (Track & Field) at Hasely Crawford Stadium, Port of Spain; 10 am.

12th - National Association of Athletics Administrations of T&T (NAAA) Development Meet (Track & Field) at Dwight Yorke Stadium, Tobago; 3 pm.

18th - National Association of Athletics Administrations of T&T (NAAA) Development Meet (Track) at Larry Gomes Stadium, Arima; 10 am.

18th to 19th - TATIL Open Invitational at St Andrew's Golf Course in Moka, Maraval from 7.50 a.m.

19th - National Association of Athletics Administrations of T&T (NAAA) Development Meet (Track & Field) at Dwight Yorke Stadium, Tobago; 3 pm.

25th - National Association of Athletics Administrations of T&T (NAAA) Development Meet (Track & Field) at Ato Boldon Stadium, Couva; 10 am.

26th - Besetha Harvest Fest

26th - St. Patrick's Harvest Fest

26th - SWAHA International Hindu Organisation Annual Sports Day at the Ato Boldon Stadium; 9 am.

26th - The 2014 Trinidad and Tobago International Marathon; St. Mary's Junction (Freeport) to Queen's Park Savannah (Port of Spain).

26th - National Association of Athletics Administrations of T&T (NAAA) Development Meet (Track & Field) at Dwight Yorke Stadium, Tobago; 3 pm.

26th - Carnival Hunters 2.0. - 'Fun Fitness Festival' at Police Barracks, St James; 10 am - 6 pm.

31st - Chinese New Year (Year of Horse)

31st - Carnival Under The Trees - 3canal’s production 'Carnival Coming', at The Normandie, St Ann’s; 9 pm. Featuring: 3Canal, Laventille Rhythm Section and Shurwayne Winchester. For more information or tickets call 625-8732 or visit: http://www.normandiett.com.

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February 1st - National Association of Athletics Administrations of T&T (NAAA) Development Meet (Track & Field) at Hasely Crawford Stadium, Port of Spain; 10 am.

2nd - World Wetlands Day

2nd - Hope Harvest Fest

2nd - River Raid 8 Mountin Bike Race & Trail Run (Rainbow Warriors Triathlon Club event). For more information visit: http://www.rainbowtri.com.

2nd - National Association of Athletics Administrations of T&T (NAAA) Development Meet (Track & Field) at Dwight Yorke Stadium, Tobago; 3 pm.

4th - World Cancer Day

5th - Carnival Under The Trees Season Launch - The Dream, at The Normandie, St Ann’s; 8:30 pm. Featuring: 3Canal, David Rudder, Stalin, Karen Asche and SuperBlue backed by Pelham Goddard & Roots. For more information or tickets call 625-8732 or visit: http://www.normandiett.com.

5th - Digicel Concert/Carnival Burn at Scarborough Esplanade, Tobago (concert 4pm; Carnival Burn 5pm)

7th - Holy Name Convent Past Pupils' Association stage their annual fund-raising concert event entitled 'Vintage Fuh So' at Queen's Hall, St Anns; 8 pm. Dedicated to the ‘Golden Age of Calypso’ is described as the period during the 1930s and 40s when Lord Executor, Atilla the Hun, The Growling Tiger, Lord Beginner, King Radio and The Roaring Lion to name only the most prominent of the lot were all in their prime. Thus, the cast and crew of “Vintage Fuh So” 2014 will highlight the works of: Lord Melody as sung by Black Sage, The Roaring Lion as sung by Pink Panther, Lord Kitchener as sung by his son, Kernal Roberts and The Mighty Sparrow as sung by 2011 Groovy Soca Monarch, Kees Dieffenthaller.Tickets for this one-night event are available at the Queen’s Hall Box Office, as well as from the Past Pupils’ Association members with part proceeds going toward their Scholarship Trust Fund as well. Interested persons can e-mail: hncpastpupils@gmail.com

7th to 7th Mar - Carnival Village at Queens' Park Savannah, Port of Spain. The Village will showcase mas, pan and calypso, along with traditional mas, local artifacts, craft, clothing, jewelry, cuisine, drinks, music and cultural traditions. The Village will feature presentations for school children between 8 a.m. and 3 p.m., with evening entertainment from 5 p.m. to 11 p.m. Admission is free and a 24-hour security will be provided.

8th - Carnival Film Series (sponsored by the Trinidad and Tobago Film Company-TTFC and the National Carnival Commission-NCC) at Paramin Recreational Grounds and Cool Breeze Bar, Paramin. Shorts film package comprising the following:(Between the Lines; And They Say, Don't Play with Poison; Beneath the Mas; Kings of the Gayelle; Dance de Calypso; y-ning? and After Mas). Admission is free; Starting at 7pm.

9th - Adelphi Harvest Fest

9th - National Association of Athletics Administrations of T&T (NAAA) Development Meet (Track) at Larry Gomes Stadium, Arima; 10 am.

9th - National Association of Athletics Administrations of T&T (NAAA) Development Meet (Track & Field) at Dwight Yorke Stadium, Tobago; 3 pm.

9th - Carnival Film Series (sponsored by the Trinidad and Tobago Film Company-TTFC and the National Carnival Commission-NCC) at Trevor's Edge, St Augustine. Shorts film package comprising the following:(Between the Lines; And They Say, Don't Play with Poison; Beneath the Mas; Kings of the Gayelle; Dance de Calypso; y-ning? and After Mas). Admission is free; Starting at 7pm.

9th - Carnival Under The Trees - Mini Veni All-inclusive Party, at The Normandie, St Ann’s; 4 pm. Featuring: Imij & Co, 3Canal and surprise guest artistes. For more information or tickets call 625-8732 or visit: http://www.normandiett.com.

12th - Digicel Concert/Carnival Burn at Scarborough Esplanade, Tobago (concert 4pm; Carnival Burn 5pm)

12th to 9th Mar - Live at The Hyatt-Rhythm Nation at Ballroom of the Hyatt Regency, Port-of-Spain. A release from the organisers, Event Managers Ltd, said the two-hour Carnival/Las Vegas-style shows will feature Bunji Garlin and Fay-Ann Lyons-Alvarez, David Rudder, Kees Dieffenthaller, Destra Garcia and Rupee. For more information about Live at the Hyatt—Rhythm Nation, visit the Web site www.eventmanagersltd.com, call 622-6774 or 628-8637 or e-mail info@eventmanagersltd.com.

13th - Secondary School's Relay Festival at Larry Gomes Stadium, Arima; 9 am.

13th - Carnival Film Series (sponsored by the Trinidad and Tobago Film Company-TTFC and the National Carnival Commission-NCC) at MovieTowne, Tobago. Shorts film package comprising the following:(Between the Lines; And They Say, Don't Play with Poison; Beneath the Mas; Kings of the Gayelle; Dance de Calypso; y-ning? and After Mas). Admission is free; Starting at 7pm.

14th - Carnival Under The Trees - Spirit of Love (Valentine’s Night) at The Normandie, St Ann’s; 8:30 pm. Featuring: Baron (Timothy Watkins), Denyse Plummer, H2O Phlo, Pelham Goddard & Roots. For more information or tickets call 625-8732 or visit: http://www.normandiett.com.

15th - Carnival Under The Trees - Dance the Mas at The Normandie, St Ann’s; 2 pm. For more information or tickets call 625-8732 or visit: http://www.normandiett.com.

16th - Bucoo Harvest Fest

16th - Tobago Try-a-Tri & Kids Triathlon Race #1 (Rainbow Warriors Triathlon Club event). For more information visit: http://www.rainbowtri.com.

16th - Pool Triathlon hosted by CCT (Caribbean-Cross-Training) - T&T Triathlon Federation event. For more information visit: http://triathlon.co.tt.

16th - National Association of Athletics Administrations of T&T (NAAA) Development Meet (Track & Field) at Hasely Crawford Stadium, Port of Spain; 10 am.

16th - National Association of Athletics Administrations of T&T (NAAA) Development Meet (Track & Field) at Dwight Yorke Stadium, Tobago; 3 pm.

17th - Carnival Under The Trees - The Spirit of Calypso - Kaiso House Tent, at The Normandie, St Ann’s; 8:30 pm. Featuring: Explainer, Singing Sandra, Valentino and Karen Asche. For more information or tickets call 625-8732 or visit: http://www.normandiett.com.

18th - Carnival Under The Trees - The Spirit of Calypso - Klassic Ruso Tent, at The Normandie, St Ann’s; 8:30 pm. Featuring: Crazy, All Rounder, Lady Wonder and Contender. For more information or tickets call 625-8732 or visit: http://www.normandiett.com.

19th - Carnival Under The Trees - The Spirit of Calypso - Kaiso Karavan Tent, at The Normandie, St Ann’s; 8:30 pm. Featuring: Scrunter, De Fosto and Karega Mandela. For more information or tickets call 625-8732 or visit: http://www.normandiett.com.

19th - Digicel Concert/Carnival Burn at Scarborough Esplanade, Tobago (concert 4pm; Carnival Burn 5pm)

21st to 23rd - Tobago Carnival Regatta 2014 at Pigeon Point Heritage Park, Tobago.

22nd - NACAC Cross Country Mt. Irvin, Tobago; 10 am.
23rd - Bon Accord Harvest Fest

23rd - Franklyn Harvest Fest

23rd - Carnival Under The Trees - Hearts on Fire all-inclusive Fete, at The Normandie in St Ann’s; 4 pm. Featuring: 3Canal, David Rudder, SuperBlue, Stalin, Invaders, Pelham Goddard & Roots. For more information or tickets call 625-8732 or visit: http://www.normandiett.com.

24th - Carnival Under The Trees - Vintage at Normandie Hotel in St.Anns; 8:30 pm. For more information or tickets call 625-8732 or visit: http://www.normandiett.com.

25th - Carnival Under The Trees - Steelband Spirit at Normandie Hotel in St.Anns; 8:30 pm. For more information or tickets call 625-8732 or visit: http://www.normandiett.com.

26th - Carnival Under The Trees - The Power of the Music at Normandie Hotel in St.Anns; 8:30 pm. Featuring: David Rudder in concert with special guests. For more information or tickets call 625-8732 or visit: http://www.normandiett.com.

27th - Carnival Under The Trees - The Ministry of The Arts and Multiculturalism’s Trinidad Interactive Music Expo (TIME) Concert, at The Normandie in St Ann’s. Featuring: Calypso Rose (McCartha Lewis), Mungal Patasar, Machel Montano, Bunji Garlin (Ian Alvarez), and Faye Ann Lyons-Alvarez. For more information or tickets call 625-8732 or visit: http://www.normandiett.com.

27th to 28th - Maha Shiva Raatri

28th - Carnival Under The Trees - Monarch Spirit at Normandie Hotel in St.Anns; 8:30 pm.Featuring: Calypso Rose, David Rudder, Stalin, Pink Panther, Shadow, Pelham Goddard & Roots, David Bereaux. For more information or tickets call 625-8732 or visit: http://www.normandiett.com.

28th -Scarborough Methodist Primary School Walkathon. Walkers will then proceed along the Calder Hall Road, Fort Street,Young Street and Bacolet Street to reach the Claude Noel Highway. The route will then take walkers into Friendsfield then back to Calder Hall to the school's compound. For more information contact the school at 639-2332.

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March 7th Feb to 7th Mar - Carnival Village at Queens' Park Savannah, Port of Spain. The Village will showcase mas, pan and calypso, along with traditional mas, local artifacts, craft, clothing, jewelry, cuisine, drinks, music and cultural traditions. The Village will feature presentations for school children between 8 a.m. and 3 p.m., with evening entertainment from 5 p.m. to 11 p.m. Admission is free and a 24-hour security will be provided.

12th Feb to 9th Mar - Live at The Hyatt-Rhythm Nation at Ballroom of the Hyatt Regency, Port-of-Spain. A release from the organisers, Event Managers Ltd, said the two-hour Carnival/Las Vegas-style shows will feature Bunji Garlin and Fay-Ann Lyons-Alvarez, David Rudder, Kees Dieffenthaller, Destra Garcia and Rupee. For more information about Live at the Hyatt—Rhythm Nation, visit the Web site www.eventmanagersltd.com, call 622-6774 or 628-8637 or e-mail info@eventmanagersltd.com.

1st to 31st Aug - Leatherback Watching in Tobago

1st - Carnival Under The Trees - Just Penny at Normandie Hotel in St.Anns; 4pm. Penny Commissiong’s all-inclusive with her favourite artistes. For more information or tickets call 625-8732 or visit: http://www.normandiett.com.

2nd - Mt. St. George Harvest Fest

3rd - Carnival Monday

4th - Carnival Tuesday

5th - Ash Wednesday

6th - Foreday Mornin’ Entertainment presents ‘Love Yuh Own…in celebration of Calypso Music’ (Black Stlain Concert) at Little Carib Theatre, Woodbrook; 8 pm. Tickets for Love Yuh Own are $200 and will be available at the Little Carib box office from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. today. Contact: 645-8155 or e-mail mnewton@tstt.net.tt for more details.

7th - Carnival Under The Trees - Feel-Good Friday at Normandie Hotel in St.Anns; 8:30 pm. Featuring: David Rudder, SuperBlue, Baron and surprise guest artistes. For more information or tickets call 625-8732 or visit: http://www.normandiett.com.

7th - Alternative Comedy Festival at Guaracara Park; 8 pm. For more information see flyer.

8th - Alternative Comedy Festival at NAPA (National Academy for the Performing Arts), Port of Spain; 7:30 pm. For more information see flyer.

8th - Alternative Comedy Festival at Arima Velodrome; 8 pm. For more information see flyer.

8th - Carnival Under The Trees - Las Lap at Normandie Hotel in St.Anns; 8:30 pm. 3Canal takes us on a Last Jump-up. For more information or tickets call 625-8732 or visit: http://www.normandiett.com.

8th - Upmarket at Woodbrook Youth, 15-17 Hamilton Holder Street, Woodbrook - food from cooks and producers, crafts, jewellery and Xmas gifts; 9.30 am - 4 pm

8th - Strolling Players will presents 'We Crucify Him' at Unity of Trinidad, 117 Abercromby St, Port-of-Spain, 6 pm. Written and directed by Freddie Kissoon

9th - Strolling Players will presents 'We Crucify Him' at St Paul's RC Church, 17, Church Street, Manzanilla, 4.30 pm. Written and directed by Freddie Kissoon

9th - Southern Games Heats at Ato Boldon Stadium, Couva; 9 am.

9th - Alternative Comedy Festival at NAPA (National Academy for the Performing Arts), Port of Spain; 7:30 pm. For more information see flyer.

9th - Alternative Comedy Festival at Queens Park Savannah, Port of Spain; 6 pm. For more information see flyer.

11th - Commonwealth Day

12th to 13th - Secondary School National Championships at Hasely Crawford Stadium, Port of Spain; 9 am.

14th - Alternative Comedy Festival at Bucco Integrated Facility; 8 pm. For more information see flyer.

15th - Alternative Comedy Festival at Centre of Excellence, Macoya; 8 pm. For more information see flyer.

15th - Jazz Artists on The Greens at The Greens at Farm Road, Farm Road, Saint Joseph, Trinidad & Tobago.

15th - Strolling Players will presents 'We Crucify Him' at Brasso RC Primary School, Caparo-Brasso Valley Road, Brasso at 5 pm. Written and directed by Freddie Kissoon

15th to 16th - Southern Games 2014 (Track& Field) at Guaracara Park in Pointe-a-Pierre; 2 pm.

15th to 16th - CARIFTA Trials at Hasely Crawford Stadium, Port of Spain; 10 am.

16th - Alternative Comedy Festival at Nu Image Simplex, Princes Town; 6 pm. For more information see flyer.

16th - Strolling Players will presents 'We Crucify Him' at Community Facility, Blue Muscle Drive, Bon Air West, 5.30 pm. Written and directed by Freddie Kissoon

17th - St. Patrick Day

17th - Phagwa-Holi Festival

19th - St. Joseph Day

20th - International Earth Day

21st to 22nd - Falcon Games (Track& Field) at Dwight Yorke Stadium, Tobago; 9 am.

21st to 22nd - The 2nd annual Trinidad & Tobago Relay Carnival at the Hasely Crawford Stadium in Port of Spain. Teams from United States, Canada, Barbados, Antigua & Barbuda, Dominica, Grenada and hosts T&T are expected to be on show. Among the events on the programme are primary and secondary schools relays. The Relay Carnival will start at three p.m. each day. Gates open at 1.30. Admission to the stadium is $20 for adults and $10 for children.

22nd - Strolling Players will presents 'We Crucify Him' at Private performance for inmates of the prisons, 4.30 pm. Written and directed by Freddie Kissoon

22nd - The All Saints Prayer Group’s Annual Prayer Breakfast at All Saints Church at Marli Street, Queens Park West, Port of Spain. For further information and purchase of tickets, please call the All Saints Church Office at 627-7004.

22nd - Everybody Loves Raymond the concert’at the Centre of Excellence, Macoya. Featuring Raymond Ramnarine and his band Dil-e-Nadan plus Indian singer Vineet Singh. Raymond Ramnarine’s sons Varun and Vinesh, Richard Ramnarine’s twin sons, Arvind and Amish, and Rennie Ramnarine’s daughters, Samara and Samaya, will deliver a performances at the concert.

22nd to 23rd - TTGFA (Trinidad and Tobago Game Fishing Association) Wahoo Tournament - Trinidad. For more information visit http://ttgfa.com. 22nd to 23rd - RR/RS Productions' Men Are Dogs, The 2014 Carnival Edition at Naparima Bowl, San Fernando. Men Are Dogs features a stellar cast and crew that includes Richard Ragoobarsingh, Glenn Davis, Debra Boucaud Mason, Corrine Browne, Ria Ali, Leslie Ann Lavine and Aaron Schneider. The play is directed by Debra Boucaud Mason and Richard Ragoobarsingh and the award winning set design by Ricardo Samuel. Showtimes are 8.30 pm Saturday and 6.30 pm on Sunday.

23rd - Strolling Players will presents 'We Crucify Him' at St Peter’s RC Church, Constabulary Street, Carenage, 6 pm. Written and directed by Freddie Kissoon

23rd - Kendra Phagwa Festival's Pichakaaree championship at the Kendra's grounds in Longdenville

26th - Open Water Challenge hosted by CCT (Caribbean-Cross-Training) - T&T Triathlon Federation event. For more information visit: http://triathlon.co.tt.

29th - Kids Athletics Games at Larry Gomes Stadium, Arima; 9 am.

29th - Pan in De Countryside at Grande Riviere. Featuring: Carib Woodbrook Playboyz, Sangre Grande Cordettes,Pan Steronettes, Southern Marines Steelband Foundation and City Sun Valley Pan Trinbago will be providing a shuttle service/excursion with a limited number of seats at $200 per person. Transportation will depart Pan Trinbago Head Office, Park Street, Port of Spain at 8:00 am. For further information, call 623 4486 or 625 3556.

30th - Spiritual Baptist Liberation Shouter Day

30th - Mini Duathlon hosted by RWTC (Rainbow Warriors Triathlon Club) - T&T Triathlon Federation event. For more information visit: http://triathlon.co.tt.

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April 1st Mar to 31st Aug - Leatherback Watching in Tobago

1st - Mayaro Borough Days

1st - National Youth Day

1st to 3rd - The 6th Annual Secondary School Dance Festival preliminaries wat the Rudranath Capildeo Learning Resource Centre, McBean, Couva. The event begins at 9:30am. Admission is $20.00 for Adults, Parents and Teachers, $10.00 for Students in uniform and $15.00 for Students out of uniform.

3rd to 6th - DCFA Theatre Arts Annual Student Productions' Same Khaki Pants at LRC (Learning Resource Centre) Auditorium at UWI St. Augustine Campus. Tickets: Adults: $100.00; Tertiary Students: $75.00; Secondary School Students: $50.00. For further information, please contact Mrs. Maria Cruikshank at 663-2222, 662-2002 ext 83792 or via email at samekhakipants@gmail.com or Mr. Joseph Drayton at 645-1955 or the DCFA at 662-2002 ext. 82510. To view flyer click here.

4th to 6th - Cinderella will be staged by DC Shell Theatre at the National Academy for the Performing Arts (NAPA) Port-of-Spain. A script written and directed by the Crazy Catholic. Cinderella features an 18 member cast including Geneille Rouse as Cinderella, Dese Simon as Prince Charming, Crazy Catholic as the King, DREN as Royal Servants, Prince Priceless as Merlin, Rebecca Elias as Esmeralda, Sensational Shelly as the Fairy God Mother, Maria Leis as the Queen, Clyne Rodriguez as Cinderella’s Dad, Cheldon Knights as the Royal Butler and the Crazy Contagious Crew in various roles. The costumes and set design is done by Cindy Rodriguez with lighting by Celia Wells and Sound by Jabari B. Tickets are available at the Box Office daily from 11 am.

5th - National Humour Calypso Monarch Finals at Queen's Park Savannah, Port-of-Spain.

5th - World Music Festival Ltd inaugural Caribbean Seafood Festival at Tantra Terraces, Eastern Main Road, Sangre Grande; 10 am.

5th - Strolling Players will presents 'We Crucify Him' at Wesleyan Holiness Church, 20, Sorzano Street, Arima, 6 pm. Written and directed by Freddie Kissoon

5th to 6th - Southern Games at Guaracara Park, Pointe-a-Pierre; 2 pm.

5th to 10th - Catch National Jr Championships (Tennis) at Eddie Taylor Tennis Courts , St. Clair.

6th - Strolling Players will presents 'We Crucify Him' at Church of the Nazarene, Dow Village, Califonia, 6 pm. Written and directed by Freddie Kissoon

6th - Duathlon Nationals hosted by T&T Triathlon Federation. For more information visit: http://triathlon.co.tt.

6th - St Joseph's Convent, Port of Spain, choir concert entitled, "We Sing In Riga" at Queen's Hall, St Anns.Featuring the likes of Eddie Cumberbatch, Andre Mangatal, Renee Solomon, The Symphony of Saints Steel Orchestra, Latin dancers, the 2Cent Free Speech Movement, Rhythmika (rhythmic gymnastics), Gabrielle Francois String Quartet, Quattro Musica and performances by the award-winning St Joseph's Convent (PoS) Choir. All proceeds from the concert will go towards offsetting the cost of the trip for participation in the World Choir Games 2014, in Riga, Latvia. Tickets can be purchased from the school (625-4502) and members of the choir and from April 1 at the Queen's Hall box office.

6th to 12th - National Volunteer Week

7th - World Health Day

8th - Ram Navami

10th to 13th - DCFA Theatre Arts Annual Student Productions' Same Khaki Pants at Little Carib Theatre, Port of Spain. Tickets: Adults: $100.00; Tertiary Students: $75.00; Secondary School Students: $50.00. For further information, please contact Mrs. Maria Cruikshank at 663-2222, 662-2002 ext 83792 or via email at samekhakipants@gmail.com or Mr. Joseph Drayton at 645-1955 or the DCFA at 662-2002 ext. 82510. To view flyer click here.

11th to 12th - Ralph Maraj’s Archbishop and the Prime Minister at Queen’s Hall, St. Anns; 8pm .

11th to 13th - Falcon Games at Dwight Yorke Stadium, Tobago; 9 am.

12th - Colere to Kultur (UWI Guitar Ensemble In Concert) at CLL Auditorium at UWI St. Augustine Campus; 5pm. Admission: Free. For further information, please contact Michelle Wellington at 663-2141 or via email at Michelle.Wellington@sta.uwi.edu or Mr. Joseph Drayton at 645-1955 or the DCFA at 662-2002 ext. 82510. To view flyer click here.

12th to 13th - "TEN"; 10th Anniversary of the UWI Arts Chorale, UWI STeel, UWI Percussion and MustComeSee Productions at NAPA, Port of Spain. (Sat Apr. 12 show at 8pm; Sun Apr 13 show at 6pm). Tickets: $125.00; Weekend Pass: $200.00. For further information, please contact Michelle Wellington at 663-2141 or via email at Michelle.Wellington@sta.uwi.edu or Mr. Joseph Drayton at 645-1955 or the DCFA at 662-2002 ext. 82510. To view flyer click here.

15th - Hanuman Jayanti

18th - Good Friday

18th to 21st - Chetwynd’s Senior International Tennis Tournament.

18th to 27th - The Tobago Jazz Experience (formerly the Tobago Jazz Festival) with performances at Speyside, Signal Hill, Scarborough, Castara and the Pigeon Point Heritage Park.

19th - Music of the Diaspora; Concert with UWI Intermediate Steel Ensemble, UWI Indian Classical Ensemble at Daaga Auditorium at UWI St. Augustine Campus; 7pm. Tickets: Adult $50.00; Children/Students: $30.00. For further information, please contact Michelle Wellington at 663-2141 or via email at Michelle.Wellington@sta.uwi.edu or Mr. Joseph Drayton at 645-1955 or the DCFA at 662-2002 ext. 82510. To view flyer click here.

20th - Easter Sunday

20th - Charlotteville Harvest Fest

20th - Radio 90.5fm Easter Kite Flying at Queen's Park Savannah

20th - Simplex Games in Gasparillo; 2 pm.

20th - Hillside Jazz at Signal Hill Recreational Grounds, Tobago; 5 pm. Featuring: Oscar B, Kapri, Adam Alexander, Keylon Whitlook, Stephen John, Michael Nedd and Quacy Cooper, Keishaun Julien, Ravi Maharaj and Band, Leeandro Noray.

20th to 26th - Administrative Professional's Week (Secretary's Week)

21st - Easter Monday

21st - Buccoo Goat, Donkey & Crab Races at Mt. Pleasant

21st to 27th ITF (Tennis) Trinidad at Eddie Taylor Tennis Courts , St. Clair.

22nd - Buccoo Goat, Donkey & Crab Races at Buccoo

22nd - Earth Day

23rd - Administrative Professional's Day (Secretary's Day)

23rd - Jazz on the Waterfront at the Milford Road Esplanade, Tobago; 6pm. Featuring: Lynette Louis and Judy Balfour, Pedro Lezama, Lyrical Lounge, Jaime Ramsey, Jason Jones, Aniqua Grannum, Fayola, Darlon Fraser, David Frank.

24th - The San Fernando City Corporation's 3rd Annual San City Green Expo at Skinner Park in San Fernando; 10 am.

24th - Tobago Fashion Coda at the Magdalena Grand Beach Resort. Tickets are available at Peter Elias stores at West Mall and Ellerslie Plaza in Trinidad; Magdalena Grand Resort, Renmar's, Time 2 Wine in Tobago as well as islandetickets.com.

24th - Northside Jazz at Castara Beach, Tobago; 1pm. Entertainment begins at 5 pm. Featuring: JaMelody, Benjai, Ziggy Rankin, Orlando Octave, Cheva Alexander, N'kem Scotland, N. Kay, Leon de Murrell, Simon Williams, Trevor Hunte.

25th - National Rapso Day

25th - Superblue Concert at Docksite Bar, Store Bay, Tobago.

25th - World Music Night at Pigeon Point Heritage Park, Tobago; 7.30 pm. Featuring: John Legend, Brandy, Dil e Nadan, Bunji, Fay-Ann and the Asylum Vikings.

25th to 3rd May - Point Fortin Borough Celebrations

26th - Audrey Jeffers Day

26th - National Security Officers Day of Appreciation

26th - International Sprint Triathlon & Open Water Swim hosted by CCT (Caribbean-Cross-Training) - T&T Triathlon Federation event. For more information visit: http://triathlon.co.tt.

26th - Palo Seco Games / President Classic at Hasely Crawford Stadium, Port of Spain; 2 pm.

26th - Talk Tent 2014 at Southern Academy for the Performing Arts (SAPA), San Fernando; 8 pm. For information and reservations please call 632-1647 or 794-1773.

26th - Youthopia at Pigeon Point Heritage Park, Tobago; 7.30 pm. Featuring: Tessanne Chin, R'Kardo Stevon, Erphaan Alves, Gerard Balfour, Olatunji, DJ Red, Journei, Krush and Private Ryan.

26th to 27th - Sole to Sole at Little Carib Theatre, Port of Spain. (Sat. Apr. 26 showtime at 8pm; Sun. Apr. 27 showtime at 6pm) This production will feature performances by the DCFA Dance Certificate and the BA in Dance students, the Festival Dance Ensemble, the Metamorphosis Dance Company as well as participants of the Secondary Schools Dance Festival. Tickets: Adult $100.00; Children/Students: $50.00. For further information, please contact Mrs. Maria Cruikshank at 663-2222, 662-2002 ext 83792 or via email at maria.cruikshank@sta.uwi.edu or Mr. Joseph Drayton at 645-1955 or the DCFA at 662-2002 ext. 82510. To view flyer click here.

26th to 27th - Jazz on the Beach at Mt Irvine Bay, Tobago; 11 am.

27th - Goodwood Harvest Fest

27th - Beach Jazz Fiesta at Pigeon Point Heritage Park, Tobago; 4 pm. Featuring: Keyshia Cole, Earth, Wind and Fire, Chrycee and the Soleil Band, Tony Paul, Geneieve.

27th - Alvin Daniel Games at Hasely Crawford Stadium, Port of Spain

29th to 3rd May - 34th International 'Marlin Madness' Tournament – Tobago, hosted by Trinidad and Tobago Game Fishing Association. For more information visit http://ttgfa.com. TBA - TSTT Pan in the 21st Century/Down Memory Lane

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May 1st Mar to 31st Aug - Leatherback Watching in Tobago

29th Apr to 3rd May - 34th International 'Marlin Madness' Tournament – Tobago, hosted by Trinidad and Tobago Game Fishing Association. For more information visit http://ttgfa.com.

1st to 3rd - Republic Bank Limited and Question Mark Entertainment presents the Republic Bank RS Teen DeciBel Dream Big Conference and Expo 2014. For more information visit: http://www.decibelexpo.com.

2nd - ITU YOG Qualifier hosted by T&T Triathlon Federation. For more information visit: http://triathlon.co.tt.

2nd - TnT Elite Twilight Meet at Hasely Crawford Stadium, Mucurapo; 4:30 pm.

2nd - Fish Fryday at Scarborough Esplande, Tobago. Fish Fryday aims to highlight the Esplanade's tenants who primarily prepare fish and seafood dishes for breakfast, lunch and dinner.

2nd to 4th - Ralph Maraj’s The Saint, at Naparima Bowl, San Fernando. (Friday and Saturday show at 8 pm; Sunday show at at 5.30 pm.) Tickets are on sale at Nigel R Khan Booksellers in Gulf City, Marabella, High Street, San Fernando; Price Plaza Chaguanas; MS Food City, Debe, or at 657-1086.

25th Apr to 3rd May - Point Fortin Borough Celebrations

3rd - More than Just Jazz - UWI Caribbean Contemporary Workshop featuring the DCFA Student Jazz Ensemble at Daaga Auditorium at UWI St. Augustine Campus; 7pm. For further information, please contact Michelle Wellington at 663-2141 or via email at Michelle.Wellington@sta.uwi.edu or Mr. Joseph Drayton at 645-1955 or the DCFA at 662-2002 ext. 82510. To view flyer click here.

3rd - The Scleroderma Care Foundation will hold its fourth Annual Awareness Walk “Unite Against Scleroderma” at the Queen’s Park Savannah, Port of Spain from 3 pm. The Scleroderma Care Foundation continues to raise awareness of the chronic, auto-immune disease and raise some of the funds required to keep the organisation going.

3rd - Pan on the Move (Point Fortin Borough Celebrations) at Market Square, Point Fortin. Featuring: Neal & Massy Trinidad All Stars, Republic Band Exodus, Petrotrin Phase II Pan Groove, bp Renegades, CAL Invaders, PCS Nitrogen Silver Stars, Skiffle, NLCB Fonclaire, T&TEC Tropical Angel Harps, NGC La Brea Nightingales, Pan Elders, NLCB Buccooneers and NGC Joylanders.

3rd to 4th - Hampton International Games Heats at Hasely Crawford Stadium, Mucurapo; 10 am.

3rd to 4th - Novices Tournament (Tennis) at Tacarigua Tennis Courts.

4th - Belle Garden Harvest Fest

4th - Manny Ramjohn Games (Track & Field) at Hasely Crawford Stadium, Mucurapo; 9am.

4th - The Vitas House Hospice fifth annual Tea Party in the Port-of-Spain Ballroom of the Hyatt Regency; from 3 pm to 6 pm. Entertainment will be provided by Wendell Constantine, Rebecca Elias and the Dubkee dancers. Both special prizes and door prizes will add to an exciting afternoon as the Society raises much needed funds to maintain and continue the good work done by the Hospice. Tickets costing $450 are available through the Hospice or 628-4673 and 628-9824.

4th - Choka Fest (sada roti with a range of choka, including baigan, tomatoes, aloo, coconut, salt-fish and smoked herring) at Nu Image Simplex Complex, New Grant, Princes Town. The day starts with breakfast between 8 am. and 9 am. followed by Historian Dr Kumar Mahabir will deliver a feature address on the theme 'Promoting and Preserving Indian Culture in the 21st Century'.

4th - Point Fortin Borough Day Regatta at Guapo Beach Facility, Clifton Hill, Point Fortin; 10:00 am to 3:00 pm.

6th to 12th - Nurses Week (Nurses Day 6th)

7th - Feast of La Divina Pastora - Siparia Fete

7th - De Badjohn In Town Concert Series at De Nu Pub (formerly Mas Camp Pub), French Street, Port of Spain. Featuring: Last Badjohn of Calypso (Kurt Allen). Special guest in the barrack yard are none other than King of Kings Monarch and five-time National Calypso Monarch, the Black Stalin and newly crowned five-time Humourous Calypso Monarch, The Incredible Myron B.

7th to 11th - First Instinct Productions' Jesus Christ Superstar at Napa in Port-of-Spain. Tickets will be available at Napa Box Office. There will also be special performances for schools and early purchase special ticket prices for Senior Citizens and children. For more information, contact First Instinct Productions at 461-4033 and 287-8671 or check their Facebook page at First Instinct Productions and Twitter using the hashtag #FIsJCS.

9th - Europe Day

9th - Mother's Day Comedy Festival (Randy Glasgow Productions - RGP) at the Buccoo Integrated Facility, Tobago .Featuring: Five-time National Humorous Calypso Monarch, Myron Bruce, Benjai. The performers will include Learie Joseph, Kenneth Supersad, Knuts Landing, Delores Alexander and The Saint. RGP is offering to everyone buying tickets early a special three persons on one ticket deal and for those who purchase tickets before May 1 $50 off each ticket bought. For more information contact RGP at 622-0834 and 628-9158.

9th - The Shiv Shakti Dance Company sixth annual concert entitled “Mere Ma - My Mother” at the Southern Academy for the Performing Arts (SAPA), San Fernando, beginning at 7.30 pm. Featuring: Karma with Ravi B and Nisha B.

9th to 11th - Nikki Crosby's production entitle 'Midlife Crosby' at Central Bank Auditorium, Port-of-Spain. (Sunday ..two shows at 2.30 pm and 6.30 pm.)

10th - Diatonic Pan Institute's fourth annual Steel in Motion 2014 competition will be dedicated to Calypso Rose (McCartha Linda Sandy-Lewis) on the streets of Siparia.

10th - Amadi Productions’ annual concert at at Daaga Auditorium, UWI, St. Augustine; 8 pm. Featuring: Joanne Pyle, Marielle Cooper-Leach, Janine Charles-Farray, Leah Lewis, Adafih Padmore, Shakeela, Garfield Washington, Stephan Furlonge, Carlton Louison, Arnold Phillip and Jeffrey Biddeau will be on display. Satisfying the tastes of the dance community will be Karen Carnavon who is also a poet and whose work together with that of poet Denise Charles will be spotlighted. The focus will fall on the national instrument through the music of Unistars Steel Orchestra — an outstanding single pan group led by Kareem Brown and Avis Bruce

10th to 11th - Novices Tournament (Tennis) at Tacarigua Tennis Courts.

11th - Mother's Day

11th - Mason Hall Harvest Fest

11th - National Association of Athletics Administrations of T&T (NAAA) Field Events Festival at Hasely Crawford Stadium, Mucurapo; 10 am.

11th - Tobago Try-a-Tri & Kids Triathlon Race #2 (Rainbow Warriors Triathlon Club event). For more information visit: http://www.rainbowtri.com.

11th - Mother's Day Comedy Festival (Randy Glasgow Productions - RGP) at the Grand Stand, Queen's Park Savannah, Port of Spain.Featuring: Five-time National Humorous Calypso Monarch, Myron Bruce, Benjai. The performers will include Learie Joseph, Kenneth Supersad, Knuts Landing, Delores Alexander and The Saint. RGP is offering to everyone buying tickets early a special three persons on one ticket deal and for those who purchase tickets before May 1 $50 off each ticket bought. For more information contact RGP at 622-0834 and 628-9158.

11th - Barely Legal first annual car and bike show entitled 'Auto Park: The Ultimate Showdown' at Centre of Excellence, Macoya; 2 pm to midnight.

12th - International Nurses Day

13th - The Music Festival for Persons with Disabilities at SAPA, San Fernando; 1pm. More details are available on the CODO Web site www.disabilitytt.org.

16th to 17th - The Laventille Steelband Festival Foundation (LSFF)'s concert entitled "8 of Hearts" at the National Academy for the Performing Arts, Port-of-Spain. The concert features reigning National Panorama champion Petrotrin Phase II Pan Groove along with the other seven top placing Large Conventional steel orchestras; Neal & Massy Trinidad All Stars, bpTT Renegades, Witco Desperadoes, Republic Bank Exodus, CAL Invaders, PCS Nitrogen Silver Stars and Skiffle Steel. The bands will perform their 2014 Panorama selections along with other music, offering a blend of calypso, reggae, jazz, pop and more. The steelbands will each have 30 minutes on stage and will be allowed to incorporate other instruments and even vocals in their performances.

16th to 18th - Lilliput Children’s Theatre, presents a poetic journey as it tells the story of the universe with “Star-I” at Queen’s Hall, St Ann’s;. (May 16 from 7.30 pm with shows every evening at 5.30 pm)

17th - Rainbow Cup International Triathlon at Grafton Beach, Tobago

17th - THE St James Secondary Alumni will be hosting its annual reunion, titled “Going Strong – Staying Connected” at the TTMF Rooftop, corner Dundonald and Albion Lane, Port-of-Spain. Music will be supplied by Crosby Sounds and guest entertainer would be Denyse Plummer.

17th - 18th - Hampton International Games (Track & Field) at Hasely Crawford Stadium, Mucurapo; 9:30 am.

17th to 18th - De Badjohn In Town Concert Series at The Little Carib Theatre, Corner of White and Roberts Street, Woodbrook. Featuring: Last Badjohn of Calypso (Kurt Allen). Special guest in the barrack yard are none other than King of Kings Monarch and five-time National Calypso Monarch, the Black Stalin and newly crowned five-time Humourous Calypso Monarch, The Incredible Myron B.

17th to 31st - National Open Championships(Tennis) at Eddie Taylor Tennis Courts , St. Clair.

18th - Whim Garden Harvest Fest

18th - United Way of Trinidad and Tobago’s (UWTT) National Day of Caring.

24th - Mannie Ramjohn Games at Mannie Rmajohn Stadium, Marabella; 9 am.

24th - The annual Gourmet Evening hosted by the Lions Club of Port-of-Spain Central at the Club’s Cultural Centre on Fitz Blackman Drive, Woodbrook, from 6.30 pm.

24th to 25th - Hampton International Games (Track & Field) at Hasely Crawford Stadium, Mucurapo; 2 pm.

24th to 25th - Dev Swim Meet hosted by CCT (Caribbean-Cross-Training) - T&T Triathlon Federation event. For more information visit: http://triathlon.co.tt.

24th to 25th - Lease Operators Jr Tournament(Tennis) at Country Club, Maraval.

24th to 25th - MLGCC Golf Challenge at Millennium Lakes Golf and Country Club, Trincity.

25th - Triathlon Nationals hosted by T&T Triathlon Federation. For more information visit: http://triathlon.co.tt.

25th - African Liberation Day 25th - Tobago Culinary Festival at Pigeon Point.

25th - Delaford Harvest Fest

25th - St Mary's College presents Pan With The Saints at St Mary's College. Entrance to the venue is on Pembroke Street, Port-of-Spain, and free secured parking will be available at Atlantic Energy car park, upper Pembroke Street. Featuring Birdsong, Witco Desperadoes, Republic Bank Exodus, PCS Silver Stars, White Oak Starlift Steel orchestras and host band, the St Mary's College Pan Ensemble. Admission fee to the event is just $150 and tickets are available from: the Past Students' office (623-0874); Principal's office (623-8835); Cleve's on Frederick Street; Crosby's in St James (622-7622; Gregg Mannette (678-7555); Jeffrey Claverie (735-8070); Nestor Lambert (682-3310); and, other members of the CIC Past Students' Management Committee.

29th - Arima Boys’ Government School's Walkathon. It begins at 7 a.m., with the start and end points at the school, King Street, Arima.

29th to 1st Jun - 4th Annual National Open Long Course Championships (swimming) at Marlins Swimming Pool, Westmoorings.

29th to 1st Jun - Iere Theatre Production Limited of Princes Town will be hosting a dramatic play on the life of the late chutney singer Sunilal Popo Bahora (Sundar Popo) at Southern Academy for Performing Arts (SAPA) in San Fernando. (There would be a gala performance on May 30 from 7 pm and there would also be two school shows on May 29 at 9 am and 12.30 pm.) Artistic director of the production company Victor Edwards yesterday explained that the play, Sundar, looks at the emergence of chutney as a genre of music, as well as how Popo was able to inspire a generation of singers. Sundar, A Dramatic Production, was written and directed by Victor Edwards. Tickets for the gala show are priced at $200, while patrons would pay $150 to attend shows on the following nights. For further information contact Iere Theatre Productions at 724-7041 and 788-3358; ieretheatre@gmail.com, Facebook - Iere Theatre Productions Ltd. or visit www.ieretheatre.com.

30th - Indian Arrival Day

30th - Mere Desh Celebrations at the Centre Pointe Mall Chaguanas

30th - ComPANion Sports and Family Day at Edinburgh 500, Chaguanas

30th Supernovas Steel Orchestra presents Chutney, Soca and Steel at Surrey Community Centre, Lopinot Road, Arouca; 6:00 p.m.–Midnight. Featuring performances by Calypso Crazy, Supernovas Steel Orchestra, Chutney Soca Monarch Kris KI Persad and more.

30th - Whitehall Striders 20th annual Maracas Walk; 12.2 miles from the Queen’s Park Savannah to Maracas Beach; 4 am. Interesting persons can call the Whitehall Strider coordinators Yvonne Gordon at 797-1070 and Roy Bisnath at 628-1763.

30th to 1st Jun - Lease Operators Jr Tournament(Tennis) at Country Club, Maraval.

30th to 1st Jun - Ronald Amoroso’s Sangre Grande by Two (play) at The Little Carib Theatre, Corner White and Robert Streets, Woodbrook. The play is being produced by Fifth Business, and directed by Brenda Hughes. Cast includes: Errol “Blood” Roberts, Levee Rodriguez, Theresa Awai, Shannalee de Freitas, Keino Swamber, Anne Louise Tam and Eric Barry.

30th - 1st Jun - Salsa Fiesta TnT at Cascadia Hotel, Port of spain. For more information visit http://www.salsafiestatnt.com.

30th to 1st Jun - Chief Secretary's Tournament (golf) at Plantations Golf Club, Lowlands, Tobago.

31st - Foreday Mornin’ Entertainment will present Love Yuh Own II—The Concert Experience (Black Stalin concert) at the Daaga Auditorium, UWI, St Augustine from 8 pm.

31st - Tobago May Pole Festival entitled Colours of D'Wind at Goodwood High School. The festival begins at 2pm and will also include an exhibition of traditional food and craft.

31st - Fusion VIII Adeventure Race in Tobago. For more information go to http://www.fusionadventurerace.com.

31st - St. Joseph Secondary School (SJSS) Blazers of Steel are live in concert at Daaga Auditorium, (UWI) The University of the West Indies, St. Augustine Campus, St. Augustine; 6:00 p.m. Music with Khion De Las and more.

31st to 1st Jun - National Association of Athletics Administrations of T&T (NAAA) National Junior Championships at Dwight Yorke Stadium, Tobago; 10 pm.

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June 1st Mar to 31st Aug - Leatherback Watching in Tobago

29th May to 1st Jun - 4th Annual National Open Long Course Championships (swimming) at Marlins Swimming Pool, Westmoorings.

29th May to 1st Jun - Iere Theatre Production Limited of Princes Town will be hosting a dramatic play on the life of the late chutney singer Sunilal Popo Bahora (Sundar Popo) at Southern Academy for Performing Arts (SAPA) in San Fernando. (There would be a gala performance on May 30 from 7 pm and there would also be two school shows on May 29 at 9 am and 12.30 pm.) Artistic director of the production company Victor Edwards yesterday explained that the play, Sundar, looks at the emergence of chutney as a genre of music, as well as how Popo was able to inspire a generation of singers. Sundar, A Dramatic Production, was written and directed by Victor Edwards.

30th May to 1st Jun - Chief Secretary's Tournament (golf) at Plantations Golf Club, Lowlands, Tobago.

30th May to 1st Jun - Salsa Fiesta TnT at Cascadia Hotel, Port of spain. For more information visit http://www.salsafiestatnt.com.

30th May to 1st Jun - Lease Operators Jr Tournament(Tennis) at Country Club, Maraval.

30th May to 1st Jun - Ronald Amoroso’s Sangre Grande by Two (play) at The Little Carib Theatre, Corner White and Robert Streets, Woodbrook. The play is being produced by Fifth Business, and directed by Brenda Hughes. Cast includes: Errol “Blood” Roberts, Levee Rodriguez, Theresa Awai, Shannalee de Freitas, Keino Swamber, Anne Louise Tam and Eric Barry.

31st May to 1st Jun - National Association of Athletics Administrations of T&T (NAAA) National Junior Championships at Dwight Yorke Stadium, Tobago; 10 pm.

1st - Bloody Bay Fest

1st - SAGC Junior Championship (golf) at St. Andrew's Golf Club, Maraval.

2nd - Whit Monday

5th - World Environmental Day

5th to 8th - National CAGC Trials (golf) at St. Andrew's Golf Club, Maraval.

6th - Fish Fryday at Scarborough Esplande, Tobago. Fish Fryday aims to highlight the Esplanade's tenants who primarily prepare fish and seafood dishes for breakfast, lunch and dinner.

6th to 8th - Ronald Amoroso’s Sangre Grande by Two (play) at The Little Carib Theatre, Corner White and Robert Streets, Woodbrook. The play is being produced by Fifth Business, and directed by Brenda Hughes. Cast includes: Errol “Blood” Roberts, Levee Rodriguez, Theresa Awai, Shannalee de Freitas, Keino Swamber, Anne Louise Tam and Eric Barry.

6th to 8th - Couva/Pt Lisas Chamber of Commerce's Sugar and Energy Festival and Central Games at Gilbert Park, California.

6th to 14th - WeBeat Festival 2014 at at the St James Park and Amphitheatre.

7th - Santa Cruz Police Station and Santa Cruz Fire Station, and the Santa Cruz Youth Club host a Mini Walkathon and Health Fair at the Brian Lara Recreational Grounds, Sam Boucaud, Santa Cruz;6 am to 6 pm. For further information contact W/Ag Insp Layne (737-7554); Ag. FSO Bethelmy (768- 3207); WPC Herbert (294-2846); or, 331-8244.

7th to 8th - King Fish Tournament – Trinidad, hosted by Trinidad and Tobago Game Fishing Association. For more information visit http://ttgfa.com. 7th to 8th - National Association of Athletics Administrations of T&T (NAAA) National Juvenile Championships at Hasely Crawford Stadium, Port of Spain; 10 am.

7th to 8th - Ralph Maraj’s The Archbishop and the Prime Minister at Central Bank Auditorium, Port of Spain. For ticket information, call 657-1086. (Showtimes: June 7 at 8 pm and June 8 at 5.30 pm.)

8th - Roxborough Harvest Fest

8th - The 20th Annual Ganga Dhaaraa River Festival at Blanchisseuse

8th - Ganga Dashahara

8th - Labor Day Celebrations 2014: Rienzi Cycling Classic at 5 a.m. and ends at 10 am.

8th - Labor Day Celebrations 2014: Thanksgiving service at the Fyzabad Union Hall

8th to 15th - The Love Movement’s production Love Notes will include its three choirs in concerts at Queen’s Hall, St Ann’s and features music from Disney’s The Little Mermaid and Abba. Evening shows at 8 pm from Thursday to Saturday, with matinee shows on both Sundays at 6 pm. Tickets costs $175 on June 12, and $250 on Jun 8, 13, 14 and 15. All seats are reserved. For more info: 346-5683 or todiean@gmail.com

11th to 15th - The Love Movement's 2014 production entitled "Love Notes" at the Queen’s Hall, St. Anns. Featuring The Love Movement’s three choirs. There will be evening shows at 8 p.m. from Wednesday to Saturday, with a matinee show on Sunday at 6 p.m. All proceeds from the concerts will be used to help maintain their ongoing Youth Outreach programme and also contribute to the love movement building fund. For more information please call 389-LOVE (5683).

13th - Labor Day Celebrations 2014: Labour Day Calypso Finals at Fyzabad Hall 7 pm.

14th - Labor Day Celebrations 2014: A Festival of Drums at the Charlie King Junction in Fyzabad at 5 pm.

14th - World Blood Donor Day (WBDD)

14th - African Liberation Celebrations 2014 at the Gravity Night Club Car Park, Long Circular Road, St James.

14th - The Father's Day Spectacular at Centre of Excellence in Macoya. Featuring Ravi Bissambhar (Bissambhar Family... Ravi, Nisha, Nilli and Anil) and Anil Bheem (Bheem Family ...Anil, Prematee, Pritivi) with their musical families and bands. Also feautred Avinash Maharaj will also join the cast with the band T&TEC Gayatones, Anand Yankaran, Kenneth Supersad and friends. For further information visit www.rafimohammed.com.

14th - Annual Father's Day concert by Raymond Ramnarine and his band, Dil-E- Nadan at Nu Image Simplex Complex, New Grant, Princes Town; 8 pm.

14th - Pal Joey Lewis and his Orchestra at Docksite Bar, Store Bay, Tobago.

14th - Pan in the Countryside at Tabaquite Recreation Grounds, Main Road, Tabaquite; 5pm. Featured bands are: Pan Elders, Petrotrin Hatters, NGC Couva Joylanders, Uni Stars, Pan Jammers and La Creole Pan Groove. Limited Maxi Taxi Seats Are Available. Call Pan Trinbago at 623-4486 for more info.

14th to 15th - National Association of Athletics Administrations of T&T (NAAA) National Combined Events Championships at Hasely Crawford Stadium, Port of Spain; 10 am.

14th to 15th/20th to 21st - Tobago Dragon Boat Association Regatta at Pigeon Point Heritage Park; 8am to 4pm. For more information visit http://ttdbf.webs.com.

15th - Father's Day

15th - Lambeau Harvest Fest

15th - Steelband Parade and Jamboree (Port-of-Spain in celebration of capital city’s 100th anniversary, under the theme “The City of Pan 100 Years Stronger.”), which begins with a street parade through the streets of East and West PoS; 3pm. The East component of the parade begins at Piccadilly Greens, across Park Street into Charlotte Street, across Keate Street and down Frederick Street to Woodford Square, while the western component of the parade begins at the St James Amphitheatre in St James, onto the Western Main Road, into Tragarete Road, into Park Street and down Frederick Street, ending at Woodford Square.” Both the East and West parades are going to start at 3 pm, and will intertwine at the corner of Park and Frederick streets, and proceed down Frederick Street to Woodford Square where a major concert will follow from 8 pm. Scheduled to perform are at that major steelband concert and jamboree are reigning national Panorama champions Petrotrin Phase II Pan Groove with Denyse Plummer, Witco Desperadoes and Superblue (Austin Lyons), Bp Renegades and Black Stalin (Dr. Leroy Calliste), and N&M Trinidad All Stars and Scrunter (Owen Reyes Johnson).” There will also be a performance by Dane Gulstan & Friends featuring the Original de Fosto Himself (Winston Scarborough), after which there will be a short fireworks display. Mayor of Port-of-Spain, Raymond Tim Kee will then bring greetings on behalf of the city. Partnering in this event is the WeBeat St James Improvement Committee, since their pan parade would have fallen on the day before (Saturday June 14).

15th - The Friends of Victory Foundation (FoVF)'s Sixth Annual "Victory Games" at Police Barracks Grounds, Long Circular Road, St James.

15th - Super Sprint Aquathlon hosted by CCT (Caribbean-Cross-Training) - T&T Triathlon Federation event. For more information visit: http://triathlon.co.tt.

19th - Labour Day

19th - Corpus Christi

19th - Labor Day Celebrations 2014: >the Butler Classics, Labour Day March, Labour Day show.

19th - Oilfield Workers Trade Union (OWTU) Butler 20K Run in San Fernando

19th - Butler Day Celebrations hosted by Tobago African Union (TAU) at Dock Site on Milford Road from 6 p.m. Entertainment by: Tobago Rio, Roslyn Reid, Dean Charles, Kenneth 'Punchin' Thomas, Ware and Cavel Gordon.

20th - Sagicor/NGC Open Championships at Hasely Crawford Stadium, Port of Spain; 4 pm.

20th - Port-of-Spain in celebration of capital city’s 100th anniversary, under the theme “The City of Pan 100 Years Stronger.” - Military and Para-Military street parade.

20th - "De Badjohn in Town" to Naparima Bowl, San Fernando . Featuring: Last Badjohn of Calypso (Kurt Allen). Special guest in the barrack yard are none other than King of Kings Monarch and five-time National Calypso Monarch, the Black Stalin and newly crowned five-time Humourous Calypso Monarch, The Incredible Myron B.

20th to 22nd - Trinidad and Tobago Street Arts Festival on Ariapita Avenue between French and Carlos Streets, Woodbrook.

20th to 22nd - The Tableland Pineapple Farmers' Association (TPFA) Annual Fruit Festival at Nu Image Simplex Complex, Tableland.

21st to 22nd - Sagicor/NGC Open Championships at Hasely Crawford Stadium, Port of Spain; 2 pm.

21st to 22nd - Millennium Lakes Club Championships (golf) at Millennium Lakes Golf and Country Club, Trincity.

22nd - The Tobago Culinary Festival at Pigeon Point Heritage Park, Tobago. The gates open at 10 am. and admission is free. The delicious cuisine being sold in the local and international food courts will be on sale from 11 am.

23rd - Port of Spain Day

23rd to 27th - Trinidad & Tobago Jazz Week at various venues. For more information on TnT Jazz Week visit us on Facebook: Jazz Alliance of Trinidad and Tobago or call 625-7123 / 689-4298.

27th - World Diabetes Day

27th to 28th - Randy Glasgow Productions' tribute concert to the late Sunday Popo at the Sundar Popo Auditorium, Southern Academy of the Performing Arts, San Fernando.

27th to 29th - Charlotteville Fisherman Festival at Charlotteville

28th - Neal & Massey Rainbow Cup 3000m Open Water Swim at Turtle Beach, TObago.

28th - The Ministry of Sport's National Youth Sport Festival at Eastern Regional Indoor Sporting Arena and Eddie Hart Grounds, Tacarigua from 8 am.

28th - Dining With The Saints (DWTS) produced by the CIC past students association at 'Big Yard' of the College at Pembroke Street, Port-of-Spain; 7 pm. Entertainment by pianist Frankie Callender teaming up with honey-voiced vocalist Margarita Fanovich, Black Sage, Denyse Plummer and Caribbean Airlines Invaders steel orchestra. MC duties have been entrusted to the humourous radio personality, Peter Kelly. Secured parking will be available at Scotia Bank car park at the corner Park and Pembroke Streets and at Atlantic Energy carpark, upper Pembroke Street. A free shuttle service will be provided from and to the car parks.

28th - 10th Annual Neal & Massy Rainbow Cup (Rainbow Warriors Triathlon Club event). To register visit: http://www.active.com/black-rock-tobago/triathlon/races/rainbow-cup-2014 or more information visit: http://www.rainbowtri.com.

28th to 29th - Morvant Jets at Hasely Crawford Stadium, Port of Spain; 9 am.

28th to 29th - Coral Cup (golf) at Millennium Lakes Golf and Country Club, Trincity.

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2nd - St Peter's Day (Fisherman's Fete) at Matelot Village

3rd to 6th - TTDF Quadrangular Meet at at Larry Gomes Stadium, Arima; 9am and Hasely Crawford Stadium, Port of Spain; 9 am.

3rd to 7th - Mango Festival at UWI (University of West Indies)

4th - Fish Fryday at Scarborough Esplande, Tobago. Fish Fryday aims to highlight the Esplanade's tenants who primarily prepare fish and seafood dishes for breakfast, lunch and dinner.

5th - Roxborough Sea Food Festival @ Roxborough Hard Court

5th - Junior Angler Tournament – Trinidad, hosted by Trinidad and Tobago Game Fishing Association. For more information visit http://ttgfa.com. 6th - Castara Harvest Fest

6th - TTMCO Charity Golf Tournament at St. Andrew's Golf Club, Maraval.

6th - Youth National Triathlon hosted by T&T Triathlon Federation. For more information visit: http://triathlon.co.tt.

6th - 103FM’s 21st Anniverasry Mela… at Gilbert Park, Couva. Entertainment by: Ravi B and Karma, K.I. and JMC 3Veni, Premala Dance Academy, Kal Nayak Dance Academy and St. John’s United Tassa Group.

7th to 12th TECU (Tennis) at Skinner Park/Pointe-A-Pierre.

8th - Caricom Day

11th - The Northern Region of Pan Trinbago Inc.'s Food Court at Queen’s Park Savannah, Port of Spain. Entertainment will be provided by Scorpion Pan Reflection and Pandemonium Steel Orchestras between 7:30pm and 10:00 pm. Admission is free.

11th to 14th - Tobago Motor Rally at Turtle Beach.

12th - Miss Arima Pageant Royale (Arima Fest 2014)

12th to 13th - Tobago Invitational GOlf Tournament.

13th - Box Car Derby (Arima Fest 2014)

13th - Zenith Relay sat Dwight Yorke Stadium, Tobago; 12:30 pm.

14th to 19th - Sagicor Junior Open (Tennis).

16th to 1st Aug - Tobago Heritage Festival

18th - Annual 1 2 3 Plus Concert at the Petrotrin Phase II Pan Groove Theatre, Hamilton Street, Woodbrook. Featured bands include WITCO Desperadoes, bp Renegades and host band Phase II. Admission is $50. Patrons are asked to “bring their coolers”.

20th - Food Fair (Arima Fest 2014)

25th - Parangrama (Arima Fest 2014)

25th to 26th CUT Games at Hasely Crawford Stadium, Port of Spain; 9 am.

26th to 27th - National Water Polo Championships at Marlins Swimming Pool, Westmoorings.

29th - Eid-ul-Fitr

29th - Rath Yaatra

30th Jul to 3rd Aug - Great Fete Weekend in Tobago.

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August 1st Mar to 31st Aug - Leatherback Watching in Tobago

16th Jul to 1st Aug - Tobago Heritage Festival

30th to 3rd Aug - Great Fete Weekend in Tobago.

1st - Emancipation Day

1st - Arima Borough Days

1st to 3rd - Delaford Fishermen Festival

1st - Fish Fryday at Scarborough Esplande, Tobago. Fish Fryday aims to highlight the Esplanade's tenants who primarily prepare fish and seafood dishes for breakfast, lunch and dinner.

2nd - Arima Fest

3rd - Speyside Harvest Fest

3rd - Laventille Steelband Festival at Eastern Main Road, Laventille; 4pm

4th to 8th - Boot Camp - Kids Summer Camp (Rainbow Warriors Triathlon Club event). For more information visit: http://www.rainbowtri.com.

6th to 10th - Santa Rosa Festival

8th - 3rd Annual Curry Duck and Cocktails Festival at Parlatuvier Bay Tobago followed by a street party. Admission is free! For further information please call Mrs Nicole Chance-Stewart at 682-8723 or email tobagocurryduckandcocktails@gmail.com.

10th - Raksha Bandhan

10th - Parlatuvier Fisherfolk Festival at Parlatuvier Bay Tobago followed by a street party. Admission is free! For further information please call Mrs Nicole Chance-Stewart at 682-8723 or email tobagocurryduckandcocktails@gmail.com.

11th to 15th - Boot Camp - Kids Summer Camp (Rainbow Warriors Triathlon Club event). For more information visit: http://www.rainbowtri.com.

12th - International Youth Day

15th to 17th - Tarpon Thunder Tournament, hosted by Trinidad and Tobago Game Fishing Association. For more information visit http://ttgfa.com. 17th - Shri Krishna Janam Ashtmi

17th to 24th - 2nd Youth Olympic Games (Tennis).

18th to 24th ITF Tobago (Tennis).

23rd - 2014 Great Race from Pier 1 Chaguaramas to Store Bay, Tobago; Pirogues class leave at 6:50am.; M Class leave at 8am.

23rd to 24th - YMCA Invitational Swim Meet at YMCA Pool, Tobago.

24th - 103FM Curry Duck Competition at Chagville Beach, Chaguaramas.

24th - Feast Day of Santa Rosa Festival

25th - Carib Santa Rosa Festival (Arima Fest 2014)

25th to 31st - ITF/COTECC U12 Development Championships (Tennis).

30th - Santa Rosa Day

31st - Independence Day

31st - Red, White & Black Independence Day Tournament (golf) at Millennium Lakes Golf and Country Club, Trincity.

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September 6th - Fish Fryday at Scarborough Esplande, Tobago. Fish Fryday aims to highlight the Esplanade's tenants who primarily prepare fish and seafood dishes for breakfast, lunch and dinner.

7th - TTGA Corporate (golf) at St. Andrew's Golf Club, Maraval.

8th - Ganesh Jayanti

9th to 24th - Hindus Memorial Services (observance of Pitra Paksh)

12th to 14th - Angostura Rum Festival hosted by Angostura Ltd. at Laventille compound.

13th to 14th - Agostini Insurance Brokers Ladies Open (golf) at St. Andrew's Golf Club, Maraval.

17th to 30th - Trinidad and Tobago Film Festival. For more information visit Trinidad and Tobago Film Festival.

19th to 21st - South Caribbean Open (golf) at Plantations Golf Club, Lowlands, Tobago.

21st - Maracas Open Water Swim Classic at Maracas Bay.

24th - Republic Day

25th to 3rd Oct - Ram Leela Festival

27th - 16th Annual Scotiabank Women Against Breast Cancer 5k Classic

27th - Rotary Club of St. Augustine Charity Tournament (golf) at Millennium Lakes Golf and Country Club, Trincity.

27th to 28th - Tobago Open Tennis Tournament

28th - Tourism Day

28th - Clubs Team Championships (golf).

28th - Duathlon and Team Time Trial hosted by CCT (Caribbean-Cross-Training) - T&T Triathlon Federation event. For more information visit: http://triathlon.co.tt.

30th - Caribbean Youth Day

30th to 5th Oct - Tobago International Cycling Classic

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October 25th Sep to 3rd Oct - Ram Leela Festival

30th Sep to 5th Oct- Tobago International Cycling Classic

2nd - The International day of the Elderly.

3rd - Ramleela

3rd - Fish Fryday at Scarborough Esplande, Tobago. Fish Fryday aims to highlight the Esplanade's tenants who primarily prepare fish and seafood dishes for breakfast, lunch and dinner.

4th to 5th - Stingray Annual October Classic (swimming) at Marlins Swimming Pool, Westmoorings.

4th to 5th - T&T C&D Class Championships (golf).

5th to 11th - Fire Prevention Week

7th - Chaguanas Borough Days

12th - Chinese Arrival Day

12th - Living Waters Charity Tournament (golf) at St. Andrew's Golf Club, Maraval.

12th - Store Bay Open Water Swimming Classic at Store Bay Beach.

12th - Peter Awong Memorial Swim Meet at St. Michael's Swimming Pool, San Fernando.

14th - RWTC (Rainbow Warriors Triathlon Club) Mini Duathlon & 1 Lap Run. For more information visit: http://www.rainbowtri.com.

16th - World Food Day

16th - Tag Team Event hosted by RWTC (Rainbow Warriors Triathlon Club) - T&T Triathlon Federation event. For more information visit: http://triathlon.co.tt.

18th to 19th - Leewards Invitational (golf) at Mt. Irvine, Tobago.

19th - Tobago Blue Food Festival at L’Anse Fourmi Bloody Bay Recreation Grounds - An annual event of entertainment and cooking.

19th - Torpedoes Swim Meet at Marlins Swimming Pool, Westmoorings.

19th to 26th - National Tourism Week

23rd - Divali

24th - United Nations Day

24th to 26th - Royhil Seals Beach Polo Tournament at Flying Fish Pool, Port of Spain.

26th - Breast Cancer Awareness Day

26th - Immortelle Charity Tournament (golf) at St. Andrew's Golf Club, Maraval.

26th - Patience Hill Harvest Fest

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November 1st to 2nd - Bago Sport Beach Football International. For more information visit http://www.bagosports.com

2nd - Black Rock Harvest Fest

3rd - Hosay Festival

6th - Kaartik

6th to 9th - Nation Open Short Course (swimming)

7th - Super Sprint hosted by OAW (Once A Week) - T&T Triathlon Federation event. For more information visit: http://triathlon.co.tt.

7th - Fish Fryday at Scarborough Esplande, Tobago. Fish Fryday aims to highlight the Esplanade's tenants who primarily prepare fish and seafood dishes for breakfast, lunch and dinner.

8th to 9th - T&T Two Ball Better Ball Strokeplay Championships (golf).

11th - Rememberance Day

14th - World Diabetes Day

16th - Les Couteaux Harvest Fest

16th - Moriah Harvest Fest

16th - Scarborough Harvest Fest

16th - Alamo 'Drive Happy' Ultimate Tag Team Triathlon (Rainbow Warriors Triathlon Club event). For more information visit: http://www.rainbowtri.com.

18th - San Fernando Day

23rd - Mt. Gomery Harvest Fest

29th - Flying Fish Pentathlon (swimming) at Flying Fish Pool, Port of Spain.

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December 1st - International World National AIDS Day

4th - The 6th Annual Tobago House of Assembly Tree Lighting Ceremony at the Louis D'or Nurseries.

5th - Fish Fryday at Scarborough Esplande, Tobago. Fish Fryday aims to highlight the Esplanade's tenants who primarily prepare fish and seafood dishes for breakfast, lunch and dinner.

6th to 7th - SAGC Christmas Hamper (golf) at St. Andrew's Golf Club, Maraval.

6th to 12th - Tobago House Assembly Week Celebrations at Shaw Park Complex; Dwight Yorke Stadium and other venues.

7th - Plymouth Harvest Fest

11th to 14th - ASATT Invitational (swimming) at Marlins Swimming Pool Pool, Westmoorings.

12th - Radio Tambrin's Annual Christmas Parade and Children Treat. The parade is scheduled to start at 3pm from the Old Market car park.

13th to 28th - RBC Junior Tennis Competition (Tennis) at Country Club, Maraval.

14th - Barcode's Annual 'Pig Out' Christmas Lime.

21st - Millennium Lakes Christmas Hamper (golf) at Millennium Lakes Golf and Country Club, Trincity.

25th - Christmas Day

26th - Boxing Day

26th - 11th Annual Penta Paints Kite Flying Competition at Plymouth Recreation Grounds.

26th - PINK An All-Inclusive Poolside in Tobago.

31st - Old Year's Festivities

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Carnival 2015 - Febuary 16th & 17th
Carnival 2016 - February 8th & 9th
dates and events are subject to change or be cancel without notice.
Dates in red are public holidays
Key Dates in History

  • 1498 - Christopher Columbus claims Trinidad for the Spanish Crown.
  • 1592 - The Spanish Colonise Trinidad and retain possession for two centuries.
  • 1610 - Dutch traders sell Trinidad its first African slaves
  • 1797 - British forces capture Trinidad and Tobago in 1802
  • 1802 to 1814 - Immigrant Program from China.
  • 1814 - Tobago, which has changed hands several times, is ceded to Britian.
  • 1845 - First indentured immigrants from India (the programme lasted till 1917).
  • 1888 - Tobago is linked with Trinidad in a single administrative unit.
  • 1941 - US military bases built in Trinidad.
  • 1956 - Dr. Eric Williams founds PNM and wins general elections; main support from blacks. Indian population supports opposition
  • 1958 - Trinidad & Tobago joins the Federation of the West Indies and remains a member until its dissolution four years later.
  • 1962 - Independence from Britian.
  • 1970 - Black Power demonstrations cause brief state of emergency.
  • 1976 - Republic within the Commonwealth.
  • 1980 - The Tobago House of Assembly established, internal autonomy 1987.
  • 1981 - Dr. Eric Williams dies after being Head of Government (as Chief Minister and Prime Minister) for 25 years.
  • 1988 - Baseo Panday dismissed from cabinet; forms left wing UNC.
  • 1990 - Prime Minister taken hostage in failed fundamentalist coup.
  • 2010 - Mrs. Kamla Persad-Bissessar was sworn in on May 26, 2010 as the country's first female Prime Minister for Trinidad and Tobago
  • note #1: In the late 18th century both Trinidad and Tobago were cultivated and effectively administered by the French, under an agreement with the Spanish. It was during this period that the French started the plantation system on both islands and began importing the requisite slave labor.





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