Be a Vendor @ the 12th Caribbean Day at the Park, September 3, 2017

Big excitement and large crowds at the largest North Alabama family fun day

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Caribbean Day at the Park Sunday, September 3, 2017

Electronic Vendor Application

Do note, that if you are selling items at the park you are required to pay Huntsville City Sales Tax (http://www.huntsvilleal.gov/finance/finance_tax.php)

For Immediate Release: Huntsville's 12th Annual Caribbean Day at The Park Sunday, September 3th, 2017

The Caribbean Association of North Alabama Inc (CANA) will host the largest North Alabama Family Fun Day - 11th Annual Caribbean Day at The Park, an Alabamian event from a Caribbean perspective, on Sunday, September 3, 2017 from 12 noon to 6pm at Stoner Field Park located on 3715 Bragg St in Huntsville, Alabama.

The purpose of the event is to introduce the public to the Caribbean culture, cuisine and lifestyle in a family-friendly environment.

A host of vendors selling curried, jerk, and stewed delicacies, as well as scores of other food and non-food items, will be on site to serve the festive crowd.

There will be a string of free activities such as face-painting, arts & crafts, Caribbean board games, musical chairs and a dozen others geared towards children and the entire family.

Attendees will be treated with a slew of Caribbean entertainment, like live reggae and salsa bands, karaoke contest, Caribbean dancing and performances by Soca Music artist.

Expect an amazing display of Caribbean culture and experience. There will be musical sounds pulsating the crowd with cool West Indian music on the backdrop of the warm summer breeze.

The event, which has lured tourist to Huntsville, is expected to attract Caribbean cuisine enthusiasts, as far as Georgia and Tennessee to participate in the event's activities. Many activities will run up until the night.

Entrance is free to the public. Attendees are asked to bring lawn chairs.

For more information please call: (256) 606-6878 or visit www.CANAonline.com

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Call (256)429-8145


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