Entertainment Diary, WEDNESDAY

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October 26, 2016
Anthony Minott/Freelance Photographer A hot number strikes a pose during Release Party Series (RPS) Pool Party at 8 Upper Melwood, Cherry Gardens, St Andrew recently.

FRIDAY, October 28

Kingston & St Andrew

Heritage Fest 2016 - Our Heritage, Your Festival, starting at 10 a.m. at 10-16 East Street, downtown Kingston. Featuring Jamaican cuisine, an array of local herbs and spices, jewellery, crafts, and downtown bus tour at affordable prices. There will also be a Farmers' Market as well as fun activities for children. Live concert featuring Bare Essentials Band. Admission free.

RJR and The Gleaner Company's netball team presents Male and Female Auction, at the RJR Sports Club, 32 Lyndhurst Road, Kingston 5. Starts 7 p.m. Win a date with your pick. Admission: free.

This and every Friday, NK Deli and Salsa Society of Jamaica present Pre-Game Fridays, 2-4-1 Happy Hour, at New Kingston Conference Centre (upstairs New Kingston Business Centre). Free salsa classes at 6 p.m. Latin dancing continues until 10 p.m. Music by DJ Drizzy Dre & DJ Chan. Telephone: 754-8714.

This and every Friday, Jackpot Sports Bar presents Come Drink with Me, 42 Giltress Street, Rollington Town, Kingston 2. Every Friday and Saturday, reduced prices on all drinks, lots of giveaways, and free tokens to play slots.

Alpha Academy Sports Department presents Fish Fry and After-Work Lyme, at the school grounds. Serving starts at noon. Cost: $1,200. Refreshments on sale.

St Elizabeth

Simonese, in association with HW Wishart Family, presents Sea View Invasion, at Seaview, across from the primary school. Music by Black Champion International, Ratty Bones, and Slimmatic. Special guest artiste: Dalia Lloyd.

SATURDAY, October 29

Kingston & St Andrew

Hope Fellpwship Church presents Prise-A-Thon, at 23 Molynes Road, Kingston 10. Guest artistes: Jermaine Gordon and Soul Touch Ministries. Participating churches and ministries include Praise Deliverance Ministry, Escarpment Road, Portmore Holiness Christian Church, Hope Fellowship Church, and Anointed Dance Ministry. Master of ceremonies: Omar Letford.

SUNDAY, October 30

Kingston & St Andrew

Karla Tulloch presents Karla and Friends in Concert, at The Blue Room, Phoenix Theatre, 8 Haining Road, New Kingston. Featuring acts such as David 'Michael-David' Feare from Montego Bay. Admission: $1,500.

Wowski Barbers and Dawg Belly Entertainment present In Ah Di Gully Wi Gone, the ultimate midday-to-midnight wet-and-dry party, at Goldsmith Villa, entrance off Mona Road. Hosted by Lincoln 3 Dot. Music by Fire Links, DJ Toxik, and DJ Metal. Admission: free.

FRIDAY, November 4

RJR and The Gleaner present Sweat, on the roof of the RJR Sports Club, 32 Lyndhurst Road, Kingston 5. Music by DJ Kurt Riley, Rodrick, Delly, Tropical, Xavier, and Naz. Starts 7 p.m. Admission $500. Food and drinks on sale.

Y Dem a Change Plan - Part Four, at 11 Grove Road, Kencot, Kingston 10. Music by Stone Love, Alanzo Hawk, Sean 13, and DJ Tom.

Jamaica Constabulary Force Narcotics Division presents Food Jamboree and Dance, at The Police Officers' Club, 34 Hope Road, Kingston 10. All proceeds in aid of a policeman in need of a liver transplant and a paralysed ex-policeman. Music by Stone Love. Tickets $1,000.

Oberlin High School's 70th Anniversary Gala Reunion Dinner, at Knutsford Court Hotel, 16 Chelsea Avenue, at 7:30 p.m. Guest speaker will be The Reverend Ronald Thwaites. Contribution per person is $6,500. Proceeds in aid of the school's computer lab. Contact Doreen Mallett for further information at 864-8110.

SUNDAY, November 6

Bachelor Chef Cook-out, at Police Officers' Club, 4 p.m. to 10 p.m. Admission: $2,500 presold and $3,000 at the gate.

FRIDAY, November 25

Dan-Tay Productions presents Breaking the Ice, at Rocky Place, 87 Molynes Road, Kingston 10. Music by Mega Tone, Snippa Kid. Admission $300 at the gate, $500 presold.

FRIDAY, November 25

Cindy presents Elegant but Seductive, at Double Deck, Rocky Valley, Stony Hill. Music by Stainless Supreme, K9 International, Burkey Hype, RXR Biggs. Refreshments on sale.

SATURDAY, November 26

St Elizabeth

Liquid Panty Remova Stage Show, at Watchwell Square. Featuring Devin Di Doctor, Ja Glory, Ja Rooti, Jah Mason, KipRich, Simple Touch, Jacks International and others. Admission: $600 presold, $800 at the gate.

FRIDAY, December 9

Cubanz Universal Link Up, at New Market Community Centre, New Market. Music by Bass Odyssey, Fire Reds from South Florida, Base Star and Kemar Genius. Raffle prizes: bike and flat-screen TV.

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