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Address151 Slater Street
Suite 309
Ottawa, ON K1P 5H3
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Tue, 2 Jun 2015 11:24 EDT
Indian Arrival Day 2015 - Ottawa - You are invited.

In 1995, the Government of Trinidad and Tobago declared May 30 to be Arrival Day, a
public holiday to mark the coming of the East Indians, Chinese, Syrians, Portuguese,
and other groups to Trinidad and Tobago, and to commemorate the magnificent
contributions of all ethnic groups to the society of Trinidad and Tobago.
We invite and welcome you to celebrate those ‘magnificent’ achievements!

Jim Robillard Union Centre, 1505 Carling Avenue, Ottawa, K1Z 7L9
(between Kirkwood and Churchill)

Saturday June 13, 2015 from 6:30 pm TO 12:30 am.

Buffet meal by Ceylonta

Entertainment and Dancing to the sounds of DJ Sunshine
$30 Adults / $10 Youth (ages 7 to 12) / Free: Six years or younger / $10 Dance only

Please purchase your ticket online now at:

For in-person tickets and information, please call:

We are proud to acknowledge the expertise and commitment of our ancestors in the
building of new communities throughout the Caribbean, the heritage they left us,
the spirit they instilled in us, and the contribution we have made in our countries of birth,
as well as in our new home, Canada.

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