Community Events

This page has been created for our public service announcements, linking us to community groups who have similar goals for promoting our cultural heritage. Events listed that are not our Society’s events are simply intended to promote that event.

 

 

 

 

 

Hello Everyone,


Welcome to our 22 Youth Cricket Program - Winnipeg Canada.

 Maples Youth Cricket program. The youth Indoor cricket program will be commencing on Sat Nov 18 2023 to Sat April 20 2024.

The Indoor program will from 9.30 am to 12.30pm a total of 3 hours.

This year all registration fees must be register at the Maples Community Center. You will need to contact Karminder  email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

The registration fees is for one year and it's for both indoor and outdoor. Your registration fees cover your insurance, renting the Elwick Cricket Ground from the city and administrations.

If you are unable register at Maples CC, we can assist you when you when attend both the indoor and outdoor cricket program.
Please share this with your community.


Kind Regards

Kamta Roy Singh
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Dear Members,

Most of you are aware by now that the Government of Manitoba has declared  the month of July as Caribbean Heritage month.

In celebration of our Cultures and our contributions to Manitoba, the Council of Caribbean Organizations of Manitoba, have planned a calendar of events for the month of July 2023.

The first  will be the opening ceremonies which will be held on Saturday 1st July at the Caribbean Community Cultural Centre  1100 Fife St.  from 10am to 12 noon.  Apart from the official opening  a  real Caribbean Breakfast will be served for only $10.00.

On July 14th. from 6pm a reception will be held  at the Legislative Building, anyone interested in attending. please call Joe at 204-275-2466 by July 7th. to secure your space.

 

Joe   

 

 

 

 

 Here is a very good event to bring back that Carnival style events of the past like CariPeg to Winnipeg again. Good warm up to Caribbean Heritage Month in July 2023 here in Winnipeg Manitoba. TnT Society Wpg & CCOM would like to thank Red River EX for their support in hosting Caribbean Day 2023.

 

 

 

 

 

Dear members,

The Trinidad and Tobago Society of Winnipeg Inc. is once again inviting you to attend our annual Christmas party. This event will be held on Saturday December 10, at the Cultural Centre, 1100 Fife from 1pm to 5pm.

This year instead of a potluck, we will be catering our dinner. There will be no admission fee, but members are encouraged to give a donation at the door. We will also take this opportunity to renew membership for those of you who have not already done so.

Please let us know if there are children in your household under the age of twelve since we expect a visit from Santa who will provide them with a gift.

We will very much appreciate a call from you to confirm your attendance.

(204-275-2466)

Please note that dinner will be served promptly at 2pm.

Looking forward to seeing each and every one of you.

Wishing you a Merry Christmas.

 

Joseph Glasgow.

President.

 

 

 The Trinidad and Tobago Flag raising is on August 31st 2022 at The City Hall of Winnipeg Canada from sunrise to sunset.

The Honorary Consul of Trinidad and Tobago in conjunction with The Trinidad and Tobago Society of Winnipeg

and The Deputy Mayor of Winnipeg Mr. Chambers,  flag raising will be at 8.45 am with a small reception at 9am. 

 

 

 

 

 

Citizens and Friends of Trinidad and Tobago,

 

This is a very special time in our Nation’s history as we celebrate our Diamond Jubilee of Independence. As a country, we have punched well above our weight and made our mark in many spheres of life. This calendar of activities seeks to pay homage to several of those spheres of influence around the world, including art, cuisine, music, Carnival, sport and film. This event listing is a work in progress and revised editions will be released in the coming weeks. Event-specific flyers and information will also be circulated. We encourage you to share this email widely and also to follow us at https://www.facebook.com/ttconsulatetoronto for updates, live coverage and recaps of the events.

 

Our team at the Consulate of the Republic of Trinidad and Tobago in Toronto wishes all Trinbagonians, and those who love our country and support us, a happy 60th Independence Anniversary. May we all continue to fly our flag high and promote that which is the best of Trinidad and Tobago! 

 

Consulate General of Trinidad and Tobago, Toronto

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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CHRISTMAS GREETINGS 2021

 

Once again, as we approach the Christmas Season, on behalf of myself and the executive of the Trinidad and Tobago Society of Winnipeg Inc. I wish to extend to all of our members our best wishes for a Merry Christmas and a prosperous and healthy New Year.

Over the past twenty months, we all have been held hostage to the Covid 19 virus, which has precipitated changes in the running of organizations as a whole.

We the executive are committed to ensuring that the Trinidad & Tobago Society remains functional and vibrant by exploring ways in which we can interact with our members in a meaningful way, during this time of restrictions.

At present we are in the process of reactivating the phoning committee to ensure that everyone will be kept updated on any plans/activities of the organization. We trust you will be receiving a phone call from a member of this committee sometime in the new year.

The executive is now in the process of moving the monthly executive meetings to virtual, effective February 2022. Our members can now renew their membership online by going to our website www.tntwpg.com. Also, we hope to be participating in Folklorama 2022 providing the pandemic has abated and the restrictions are lifted.

During the past months we have lost some of our members, the latest of whom are Winston Jody, Karl Rambarran, Anirude Maharaj, and Esme Stewart.  Unfortunately, due to the nature of the virus, we are unable to get together to pay our respects to these individuals; however, we extend our condolences to the family members and loved ones.

Once again, I wish you all a very merry Christmas season, and God’s blessings for the coming year.

 

Joe Glasgow

 

President

 

 

 

 

TRINIDAD AND TOBAGO SOCIETY OF WINNIPEG INC.

 

Annual Family Christmas Gathering Dec 2021

 

We are working on holding our Annual Family Christmas Party / Gathering this year. The Tentative date for our members to reserve and promote is Saturday Dec 11 2021. We are hopeful with the progress of the COVID issues becoming better for everyone here in Manitoba in the next few months. We will be able to proceed with this event with a close to normal functionality as like past Christmas Events. Finalized details will be emailed & posted in mid November 2021. 

 

We are also working on a few new Online Initiatives for The Trinidad and Tobago Society of Winnipeg.

Which will be helpful in maintaining our organization's presents in Winnipeg when completed. 

Stay safe and healthy everyone...

 

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 In Celebration of Trinidad and Tobago's 59th year of Independence in 2021.

Our National Flag will be raised on Tuesday Aug 31st at the Winnipeg City Hall and will be flying from 6am to 6pm.

To mark this day of Celebration here in Canada.

 

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TRINIDAD AND TOBAGO SOCIETY OF WINNIPEG INC.

 

IN CELEBRATION OF THE 59th YEAR OF IDEPENDENCE OF TRINIDAD AND TOBAGO

 

On behalf of the executive of the Trinidad and Tobago Society of Winnipeg Inc., I take this opportunity to wish our members and fellow Trinidadians and Tobagonians a safe and happy Independence Day, as today marks our 59th anniversary. My wish is that as the flag of our nation is raised each year at the City Hall in Winnipeg; that it will continue to instill pride in our hearts as nationals.

It is indeed a fact, that although we reside in Manitoba, we continue to have that sense of belonging and are always mindful of everything we as fellow countrymen/women can do for our homeland, to make it a place of wealth, peace, and prosperity.

As you will recall, the last two Independence Day celebrations were cancelled due to the Covid 19 pandemic, which continues to have a devastating effect throughout the world.

Here in the province of Manitoba, we are beginning to see the lifting of some restrictions, thanks to our leaders and the people of Manitoba who rolled up their sleeves and took the vaccination. To those of you who are still reluctant to do so, I encourage you to take the vaccination, wear your mask and please stay safe.

Once again let us continue to show our fellow Manitobans that we are a great people from a great nation, as we work towards the prosperity and betterment of our beloved Islands of Trinidad and Tobago.

Have a wonderful Independence Day.

 

Joe Glasgow

 

President

 

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It is now Mid August of 2021 and things are slowly opening up for larger numbers of attendees to public events, from the COVID Pandemic issues here in Winnipeg and Canada.  We are looking forward to restarting our Programs and Events that have been on hold for the past 16 months.   We are working on the following Programs and Events for the remaining months in 2021.

More information will be posted on our Website, Facebook Page and Emailed out to our membership when details are finalized.  ( Pending upon the COVID issues here in Winnipeg )

-          Senior Citizens TnT Membership computer training program.

-          Trinidad and Tobago Independence Day Flag Rising at City Hall on Aug 31 2021.

-          Resuming our Annual Family Christmas Party in December of 2021.

-          Plus future Events and Programs for 2022.

We hope to see everyone in person again to catch up with all of our friends and families, here in our very small Trinidad and Tobago Society here in Winnipeg.  Stay safe and health everyone!!! 

 

 

 

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Please join
The Trinidad & Tobago Society of Winnipeg
for
"A TRINI BREAKFAS"

on
Saturday, May 12 - 2018
at the Caribbean Cultural Centre located at 1100 Fife Street
10:00 AM to 12:00 PM

Tickets Information
$12 Adults
$8 Children 12 and under


Breakfast menu will include an assortment of the following...
bake (roast & fried),  tomato & salt fish, salt fish buljol, eggplant (melongene) choka, spinach, fried plantains, smoked herring, ham, and eggs

In order to ensure everyone is served tickets must be pre-purchased by TUESDAY, May 8, 2018.  Please reply to this email, contact a Board member.

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Members are all invited to attend the CCOM Family Christmas Party on Dec 11th, starting at 2pm at the CCOM Hall 1100 Fife street.. This event is free. If you have children twelve years and  under, kindly let the CCOM president know by Friday.

 

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General Members Meeting Notification
Members are invited to attend a general meeting on
Saturday, November 5, 2016
2:00 PM - 3:00 PM
at the Caribbean Cultural Centre located at 1100 Fife Street

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The flag of Trinidad & Tobago will be raised at City Hall the morning of August 31, 2016

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The C.C.O.M. Christmas Party is on Nov. 28, 2015   4pm - 7 pm at 1100 Fife Ave. Winnipeg

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The TnT Society Christmas party is scheduled for Sunday, December 6 2015 from 2 – 7 pm  1100 Fife Ave. Winnipeg

”Christmas party will be a potluck.  If you are not contacted by someone on our phoning committee by December 1, 2015

please contact This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. and you will be provided with a required food dish to bring.”

 

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 farthers day

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 The 12th Annual Soca Reggae Festival at The Old Market Square

is on July 14, 15 & 16 - 2017

more info at

www.socareggaefestival.ca

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