(PRESS RELEASE) – The Marigot Bay Resort and Marina sets the stage for the culmination of Creole Heritage Month with its “Kweyol En Mygot” celebrations slated of Saturday October 27th 2018 at the Marina Village, Marigot Bay from 7am – 7pm.
With a cornucopia of traditional authentic dishes served throughout the day, invigorating creole music, live entertainment, local crafts and cultural demonstrations, the day promises to be one filled with wholesome family oriented fun and cultural experiences.
Patrons of Kweyol En Mygot can look forward capturing prizes for best creole wear including Day Passes, Dinner for Two and more. The First 50 guests will also receive a complimentary local drink.
“Creating a sense of belonging and making connections with our local culture is really important to our team at Marigot Bay Resort and Marina. We are proud to provide cultural experiences through our spa, resort activities and culinary” – said Director of Operations; Ms. Perle Flavien.
In addition to its Creole festivities, the independent luxury resort also hosts signature weekly activities exclusively for the month of October including its authentic St Lucian Style Barbecue held every Tuesday night at the Hurricane Hole Restaurant in the Marina, Sushi Sunday at the Brut Bar and Bon Temps Happy Hour at The Rum Cave, Hurricane Hole, Brut Bar and The Grill Restaurant.