Los Angeles, California, June 20, 2016 – Jamaica Cultural Alliance, a long-standing Los Angeles based cultural organization will hold its 18 the Annual Tea Party at the historical Culver Hotel on Sunday, July 10, 2016.
The organization prides itself on sharing information about Jamaica as well as its connection to other cultures throughout the world. This event will showcase the vocal talent of a recent graduate from USC School of Music, Ms. Ashley Chanel as well as fashions by Ghanaian designer Rosemond R Sagoe and jewelry by Maasai women of the Ongata-Rongai region of Kenya. The event is sponsored by the Jamaica Tourist Board.
JCA has deliberately chosen this site for the event, as Culver City, which like Jamaica has a rich history, is preparing to celebrate its centennial year. The year-long celebration begins on September 20, 2016 and will conclude on September 20, 2017 – which marks the 100 year anniversary of the incorporation of the City of Culver City.
Jamaica Cultural Alliance is a Los Angeles based non-profit organization with the objective of expanding and enriching knowledge and awareness of Jamaican culture, history and heritage as well as its connection to Los Angeles, the United States and the world at large. For further information please visit >www.jamaicaculture.com or call (323) 692-0423.