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Taste of Saint Lucia Expo Comes To Rodney Bay


Taste of Saint Lucia – ARC Edition comes to Rodney Bay this Friday, 15 and Saturday 16 December, 2024.

Taste of Saint Lucia is an exposition designed to give local small business owners an opportunity to display their products and derive revenue through the sale of these products.

The exposition will be hosted across from the Rodney Bay Marina and forms part of events for the 2023 Atlantic Rally for Cruisers.

Taste of Saint Lucia will feature products from over 50 local businesses ranging from clothing, food, arts and crafts, condiments, local rums and gifts or ornaments, just in time for Christmas.

It is free to the public and will feature entertainment by top Saint Lucian artistes, train rides and treats for kids, and a Christmas tree lighting ceremony on Friday, 15 December. The expo will begin at 10 am on both days.

Patrons of the exposition, and motorists traversing the Gros Islet Highway are asked to pay attention to the road traffic signs in order to reduce traffic congestion.

Parking for the Exposition will be at the Johnsons Center and the large clearing adjacent to the center. Vehicular traffic will not be permitted past the intersection near Chef Robby’s restaurant.

Taste of Saint Lucia – ARC Edition is hosted by Export Saint Lucia, in collaboration with the Saint Lucia Tourism Authority, World Cruising Club, and Events Company of Saint Lucia.

SOURCE: Events Company of Saint Lucia Inc. 


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