Delta Antoine In Concert

Sunday, September 17, will be a big night in Montreal. Black Moses Promotions is bringing Delta Antoine to the Quality Hotel for what should be another slamming performance. When Delta takes the stage, she will be brining the power, backed up by a live band. During the intermission DJ 610 & ABNA will keep the crowd rocking. Come out for this one. Sunday, September 17, Quality Hotel, 6445 Decarie (Corner Plamondon). Showtime 6:00 P.M. Entrance on Plamondon  Advance tickets are $20, at the door $25. Info. 438-937-1924, 514-733-0828, 514-363-8080. blackmoses42@gmail.com5

Cornucopia Association of Canada Gala

CAOC presents Unity, Strength Multiplied=Power. A benefit Gala, Dinner and Scholarship presentation. Come out and see and meet community youth who are excelling. And enjoy a sumptuous dinner and be entertained. Come out and support this noble event, Saturday, August 26. Donation $80. At the Casa Grecque Banquet Hall, 7218 Newman blvd., LaSalle.

Cavendish Seniors Day Centre Dinner and Dance

Saturday, August 19, will be a good evening. All are invited to come out and support the Cavendish Seniors Day Centre Dinner and Dance. The evening will include Cocktails & Hors d’oeuvres, 5 – 6 p.m. And then the dinner; On the Menu: Filet Mignon, Salmon, Lobster, Vegetarian. There will be entertainment, featuring pianist Larry Hayes, and the incomparable Michelle Sweeney. Tickets $35, $65 per couple. Contact Seniors Day Centre for tickets and info. Saturday, August 19, at the Cavendish Seniors Day Centre, 2525 Boul. Cavendish, Suite 110. 514-481-1100.

We Jammin Still Too

Savoys Annual Affair is back. Come out and enjoy the sweet sounds: Beautiful Voices, Sweet Pan, Reggae, and Classical Indian dance. It’s like a buffet of music for all tastes, and dancing too. This will be a good one. Egbert Gaye will MC this jamming event. Sunday, September 24, 5:30 P.M. – 9 P.M. At le Manoir NDG, 5319 Notre Dame de Grace. Donation $13. Tickets Caribbean Paradise, 514-363-8080, Abraham Jewellers, 514-223-6296.

Barbados comes to Ottawa

On Sunday September 24, bring along the entire family and celebrate Barbados at the Horticulture Building, in Lansdowne Park, from 10:00 am to10:00pm. Be a part of the thousands of Barbadians as they come out to experience the best of Barbados, as part of “Ottawa Welcomes the World” – a guaranteed crown favorite of the Ottawa 2017 year of festivities.
Free of charge for all ages, you don’t want to miss a day filled with cultural performances, while indulging in all your favorite Barbadian foods and drinks, art and crafts. You will also want to be a part of tourism information workshops, as well as investment opportunities that will be presented.
And don’t worry about bringing the kids. They have prepared a day of activities to keep the fun going all day long. For more information, contact the High Commission of Barbados at (613) 236-9517 or online at
The Barbados House (Montreal) Inc  Fall Activities.
On Saturday September 16, they will be hosting “Bajan Breakfast” at the St. Mark’s Church Hall. The following Sunday, September 24, join then in Ottawa to celebrate the Best in Barbados. Admission is free and bus fare is $40. For tickets, see any of their executive members.
November is also full of events, starting on Saturday the 4th with their Banquet & Ball 2017. This lavish event will be held at the Gabbiano Banquet Hall from 6:30 pm to 2:30am. Ticket prices will be released in the near future.
If you’re looking to give back to a great cause, join the Barbados House on Saturday November 25, for their “Fundraising for the Barbados Geriatric/District Hospitals”. Come down to the Montreal First Church of the Nazarene, located at 455 Spring Garden, in DDO.
On Sunday November 26, be a part of the celebration of House of Barbados’ Thanksgiving Church Service which will be held at the Union United Church from 4:00 pm.
As the spirit of Christmas nears, join them once again for their Christmas Party on December 17, from 5:00 pm. This event, perfect for the entire family, will be held at Le Manoir, located at 5319 Avenue Notre-Dame-de-Grâce, at the corner of Decarie.