British Virgin Islands launches a calendar of virtual cultural events
The paradisiacal Caribbean destination has arranged in the remaining 3 May events to inspire travelers to visit the archipelago after the Covid-19 crisis ends
The British Virgin Islands is launching a calendar of virtual cultural events to entertain the Virginians quarantine, and inspire travelers to visit the archipelago after the Covid-19 crisis ends.
There will be three events in the remainder of May, all live on the British Virgin Islands Facebook with the participation of local artists and stars, such as saxophonist Kamau George, a BVI musician who has worked with Lady Gaga, and the Young chef Ariq Flax-Clarke, who, at age 22, brings the culinary culture of the Caribbean to the world.
Below, all the programming:
May 22 at 4 pm*
Flavors of the British Virgin Islands with mixologist Everson Rawlins, awarded as the best bartender in the Caribbean during the 2019 edition of Taste of Caribbean, the annual event of the Caribbean Hotel and Tourism Association.
May 27 at 3 pm*
A day of beauty with Lenette Lewis, creator of a BVI organic and sustainable product brand, SageRoots, launched in 2012. Lenette will teach you how to make a scrub with natural ingredients like brown sugar, coconut oil, honey, coffee beans and hibiscus powder.
May 31 at 12 pm*
Culinary art with chef Ariq Flax-Clarke, 22 years old and one of the best in Caribbean gastronomy. Ariq started cooking at the age of 10 and has already worked at the Rosewood Little Dix Bay hotel, and for LIVE he will teach traditional BVI recipes such as Caribbean Roti and the famous grilled lobster that is fished on the island of Anegada.
* The published hours correspond to Miami, FL.