Events Calendar

SANKOFA is an annual educational symposium held by Liberty Hall: The Legacy of Marcus Garvey. The event gives secondary and tertiary students the opportunity to discuss various topics that are outlined on their CAPE and CSEC History Syllabus.

Live streaming on Liberty Hall's YouTube page:

Thu, March 16 - 10:00am

Ensuring equality in opportunities for all and the potential to participate in the economy can be a catalyst for faster recovery from fiscal shocks, and a strong engine of growth for more resilient, sustainable, and inclusive economies. Gender equality goes hand-in-hand with macroeconomic and financial stability, can stimulate economic growth, boost private and public sector performance, and reduce income inequality.

You can't afford to miss this thought-provoking discussion!
CLICK HERE to register and dialogue with Carol Narcisse on
Thursday, March 16, 2023, on this important issue. 

Thu, March 16 - 11:00am

On Thursday, March 16th world governments will resume discussions at the International Seabed Authority (ISA) in Jamaica on whether to greenlight mining in the deep sea, which could begin operations as early as this year, with devastating impacts for both our oceans and the billions of people who rely on them.

Where: 2-3 Port Royal Street (Kingston Waterfront/ Jamaica Conference Centre)
Contacts: Tanya Brooks, Communications Specialist, Greenpeace USA - 703-342-9226 /

Thu, March 16 - 3:00pm

The Southern Regional Health Authority is offering FREE exercise sessions to help you to strengthen your muscles and bones while maintaining a healthy weight.

Join us at the Clarendon Health Department, SRHA Regional Office, or the St. Elizabeth Health Department.

ALL persons are welcomed to JOIN 

Please see the flyer for more details.

Thu, March 16 - 4:00pm
Fit Fiyah

Fit Fiyah Soca Series

Thu, March 16 - 5:30pm

The Jam is Back this and every Thursday, 7-11pm, at 22 Jerk!
Bring your instrument and join the band, or bring yourself and enjoy the live music!

Thu, March 16 - 7:00pm