Moving to the beat
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Aug 17, 2012  |  Vote 0    0

Moving to the beat

Stratford Gazette

The sights and sounds of the Caribbean were on full display Thursday and Friday out front of City Hall.

The Culture Kids of Trinidad & Tobago, a group of 22 talented young kids playing the steel pans and performing native dances and songs, wowed audiences downtown with its cultural show as part of Stratford Summer Music.

The group's visit to Stratford was a goodwill gesture from Trinidad & Tobago president George Maxwell Richards and First Lady Jean Ramjohn-Richards.

The group's last performances in Stratford will be tomorrow, Saturday, Aug. 18, during Barge Music at 12:30 p.m. and 3 p.m.

Photos by Jeff Heuchert

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