2011-07-07 / Top Stories

Museum Hosts First Kiddies Caribbean Carnival Fiesta


(From above left) Ricardo Greenway holds a Steel Drum workshop; youngsters watch ingredients being mixed and Chef Shorne B serves up diverse Caribbean dishes. (From above left) Ricardo Greenway holds a Steel Drum workshop; youngsters watch ingredients being mixed and Chef Shorne B serves up diverse Caribbean dishes. In conjunction with the conclusion of Caribbean Heritage Month, the Brooklyn Children’s Museum last week held its first “Kiddies Caribbean Carnival Fiesta that featured a variety of tasty West Indian cuisine, live entertainment and a parade with the youngsters. The Museum, on Eastern Parkway, featured a full day of activities and events for children on the first day of summer vacation that was both entertaining and educational. Below is a compilation of pictures by freelance photographer Dave Lewin from some of the programs. More photos are available by clicking on the blue button link at www.canarsiecourier.com.





The Sesame Street Flyers Youth Dance Ensemble thrilled the audience with a performance celebrating the pride and culture of the Caribbean. The Sesame Street Flyers Youth Dance Ensemble thrilled the audience with a performance celebrating the pride and culture of the Caribbean.

(At left) Woman serves up a tasty dish to two kiddies; Museum auditorium is packed with parents and children to watch the Sesame Street Flyers dance up a storm. (At left) Woman serves up a tasty dish to two kiddies; Museum auditorium is packed with parents and children to watch the Sesame Street Flyers dance up a storm.

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