Experience the rhythm of the Caribbean

CaribeFest Sarnia

Join us Friday, September 15th for an expo-style, immersive cultural experience!


A caribbean experience to remember

photo by Olicia Bauso on Unsplash


Dance performers will be announced soon! 

photo by Sidney Pearce on Unsplash


You won’t want to miss this diverse group of Caribbean artisans and vendors and their unique products for sale! And don’t miss the FOOD!


As you wander booth to booth you’ll have the opportunity to participate in several hands-on activities to help you immerse yourself in the culture and history of the Caribbean!

Invitation to vendors & MUSICIANS:

We’d love to have you! We’re actively looking for caribbean musicians & vendors of food, arts, crafts, jewelry + more. Send us an email to request more information!

1:30-4:30  &  5:30-8:00 PM Friday, September 15, 2023

@ Lambton College (Cestar Group Athletics & Fitness Complex)

1457 London Rd., Sarnia

photo of Renaud Thomas, Haiti

Guest Speaker: RENAUD THOMAS (haiti)

Renaud was born and raised in Haiti, where he still lives today. We’re so excited about his visit and can’t wait to hear what he has to share!

Renaud has extensive experience in the fields of international cooperation and sustainable development. He’s also a qualified agronomist, with specializations in permaculture design and the cultivation of breadfruit.

In Haiti, Renaud is director of grassroots organization Rayjon Share Care Haiti, where he supports rural communities seeking to increase food security. He’s a fierce advocate for gender equality, actively supporting a rural Haitian Women’s Federation in their efforts to establish a cooperative breadfruit tree nursery and processing factory. 

Renaud offers a unique and insightful perspective on current events and the future of Haiti.

who is rayjon share Care?

We’re so proud to host CaribeFest Sarnia, in collaboration with amazing community partners. Together let’s highlight, learn about, and celebrate Caribbean culture and history!

For more than 37 years, Rayjon has worked in partnership with communities in Haiti and the Dominican Republic to reach their goals in sustainable development and social justice. We invest in relationship building and the two-way exchange of knowledge, resources and skills to create bridges of sharing–local to global.

Learn more about the grassroots, community-led programs we support:

Caribefest sarnia Partners

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