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A Cultural festival highlighting the heritage of Freetown, the first place where slaves were freed in 1834. The main event, the Fire Hearth Cooking Competition, colloquially referred to as “fire half”, is one that is historically etched into the culture of the Freetown community, highlighting the tradition of using fire control to cook meals for their families. The day long festival will feature traditional games and competitions like pineapple eating, washboard and tin tub races.

It will be held on Gold Rock Creek East (site of Pirates of the Caribbean film set).

Organization / Contact
Ms. Elaine Smith
Phone
(242) 350-8600
Address

Bahamas