Entertainment Diary, MONDAY

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March 06, 2017
Anthony Minott/Freelance Photographer This hottie certainly turn heads at Squad Yard Entertainment's Lipstick & Heelz party held at Sparkles Lounge, Studio One Boulevard, Cross Roads on February 24.

MON, March 6

Kingston & St Andrew

This and every Monday, Shella Mondays, at Melrose Avenue, intersection of Maxfield and Chisholm avenues, from 6 p.m. to midnight.

SAT, March 11

St Elizabeth

Vinnette presents Short Shorts Invasion, at Chillspot (across from STETHS). Music by Traxx Hype, Big Pun, DJ Vibes, and DJ Chucky. Featuring Crystal the Magnum dancer. Phone card giveaways every hour.

Kingston & St Andrew

Michelle and Shelly-Ann present Let Loose, Retro Meets Souls, Jeans and White Top Edition, at Miss Val Lawn, 90A Barbican Road. Music by Soul Assassin with DJ Sassin. Special guest: Senor Daley. Admission: free.

Evangelist Althea Stoddart presents Woman of Faith Conference 2017, under the theme 'Unwrapping the Real Me', at Courtleigh Auditorium. Featuring Pastor Jillian Thomas, Pastor Jasett McKenzie, Evangelist Deborah Francis, success coach Natalie Lue-Fung, and the Reverend Evon Blair. Admission: $1,000, including lunch.

Byron Lee's Jamaica Carnival, Soca in The City, at New Kingston.

SAT,

March 18

Kingston & St Andrew

Shelly and Pookie present Si di Ghetto Weh wi Come From, at Club Enigma, 6 p.m. to 3 a.m.

Manchester

Wray and Nephew White Overproof Rum in association with Dwight, Dilly and Ducky present Wet Wet Pool Party Part 7, at Farm Community Centre, Farm district, south Manchester. Music by Nite Life, Vybz Squad Sound, Iceberg Million, Shadrock music, Untouchable and others. Admission: free.

SAT,

March 25

St James

Byron Lee's Jamaica Carnival, MoBay Blowout, at Pier1.

St Catherine

Simple Ting, All-White Reshuffle Edition, at Central Village Community Centre. Music by Ciroc Sound, Rockwildaz, Dj Humma, Bishop Escobar. Pictures by Check it Out. Best dressed female gets $10,000.

SUN,

March 26

Jackson Seventh-day Adventist Church presents The Damion Reid Benefit Concert, at the Simons All-Age School. Featuring Jodian Pantry, Carey and Sharilyn Sayles, and Brother West. Tickets: $500 pre-sold, $700 at the gate, children $250. All proceeds in aid of hip replacement surgery for Damion.

FRI, March 31

Kingston & St Andrew

Kill Dem Wid Style, at Atlantic Pub, Stony hill, Mount Salus. Music by Killa Tone Extreme Sound, San Hype, Fire Goose, DJ Mop Head from Montego Bay. Fish Fry ticket: $1,000. Prize for sexiest female US$100.

SUN, April 2

Kingston & St Andrew

Wowski Barbers and Dawg Belly Entertainment present Inah di Gully wi Gone, at Goldsmith Villa entrance, off Mona Road. Hosted by: Lincoln 3 Dot. Music by Fire Links, with DJ Fire Chaz, Toxik, Deva Kid, Metal, and Prince International.

Media coverage by Pondiendz and New Ideas. Admission: free.

St Elizabeth

Byron Lee's Jamaica Carnival, Junction BlowOut, at Pines Plaza.

FRI, April 14

National Parent-Teacher Association Anniversary Cuba excursion, Santiago de Cuba, for four days and three nights. Costs: single US$800, double US$745, triple US$730,

children under 12 sharing

in double US$638.

Costs include airfare,

accommodation,

transportation and tour.