REFLECTIONS ON REGGAE IN THE FIELDS 1:00pm-5:30pm (EST) Canada's longest running Reggae radio program, celebrating 40 years in your ears, presents: Saturday, June 4, 2016, 1:00-5:30 pm EST Reggae in the Fields is extended today from 1:00-5:30 pm as we reflect on the past 40 years of Reggae radio. Mento, Funk, Soul, Ska, Rock Steady and Reggae 1950s to mid 1970 will be featured today. Come Celebrate Reggae in the Fields 40th Anniversary on June 11. The FAMILY PICNIC at Vincent Massey Park (Heron/Riverside) at 11:00 am and the DANCE at St Joseph's Parish Hall, 174 Wilbrod at 9:00 pm. Spend the day celebrating Canada's longest running Reggae radio program. Advance tickets for the dance are $20 for singles with limited advance only $35 couples’ tickets. Tickets available at the door for $25. Couples tickets may be purchased in advance only. No couples ticket will be available at the door. Savannah, 1838 Bank, 73178-78 Claudette’s Coiffure, 360 Croydon, 596-2510 L&F Montego, 2211 St Joseph, 830-8377 Fades, 1800 Bank, 737-3633 Tropical Heat, 2784 Lancaster, 867-0399 Tropical Gardens, 556 Montreal, 746-5600 Ocho Rios, 1800 Bank, 733-9999 Fades, 597 Somerset, 230-3233 Celebrating 40 years in your ears in 2016. Join your host Junior Smith. On June 11 CKCU and Reggae in the Fields, Canada’s longest running Reggae radio program, invite you to celebrate its 40th anniversary under the Distinguished Patronage of Her Excellency Janice Miller, High Commissioner for Jamaica. Join us for a free admission family picnic at Vincent Massey Park, Heron at Riverside. The sudden death domino tournament which starts at 11:00 am, will crown the “Best Domino Player in Ottawa” with a trophy donated by CanJam Music and a cash prize award. Between 12 noon and 6:00 pm, CKCU and CHUO will carry a double simulcast - live from the park. This radio marathon will be hosted by O’Shea Adagio, Papa Richie, Junior Smith, Mikey Wizdom and a variety of special guests. Join us on the pitch between 2:00 pm and 4:00 pm for a “Soccer Festival” hosted by Rockers United Soccer Club. All children 5-13 years are welcome to participate. Other activities include card games, prizes and surprizes. Limited edition Reggae in the Fields anniversary t-shirts for sale. Caribbean cuisine available. The day’s activities conclude with a dance to be held at St Joseph’s Parish Hall, 174 Wilbrod Street. Music starts at 9:00 pm SHARP so come early to enjoy a variety of Oldies but Goodies and more recent tunes. David Supersound, DJ Cruss, Music Master, Nebula, SilvaFox and Upfront will keep you entertained throughout the evening. Advance tickets for the dance are $20 for singles with limited advance only $35 couples’ tickets. Tickets available at the door for $25. Claudette’s Coiffure, L&F Montego, Tropical Heat, Tropical Gardens, Savannah, Ocho Rios and Fades both locations. Be a part of this family picnic and dance to celebrate Reggae in the Fields 40th anniversary on Canadian radio. There will be something for everyone. Contact Junior Smith at email@example.com for more information.
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