Creole Month

Celebrating the island's rich cultural identity, International Creole Month is a time to rejoice with a programme of celebrations, cultural demonstrations and musical performances. Typically celebrated in rural communities where the Creole identity is strongest, visitors can expect to hear performances, storytelling and music in the lyrical kweyol (Creole) language. There is also the opportunity to try tasty Creole dishes such as fishcakes, bwapain woti (roasted breadfruit) and the national dish - greenfig and saltfish.

Activities

Every year St. Lucians look forward to the month of October as a time for learning about many...