(Sonique Solutions) – As part of the international community service organization, the Lions Club of Port-Of-Spain, Trinidad and Tobago’s executed the 2016 edition of its annual Carnival fundraising event entitled “Class is Class” in fine style.
Held at the Lions Cultural Centre, Woodbrook, the premium all-inclusive provided its loyal patrons with the right mix of relaxation, festivity and top-notch Carnival amenities. With spacious bar and food areas, the party gave all attendees their own personal space to relax and breakaway at their own convenience.
The major front yard served as the dance floor area where all the party goers congregated in between their sampling of the premium food and drink options offered at the fete. The dance floor was strategically situated near to beverage booths, allowing the dance enthusiasts the luxury of not having to venture far for drinks.
A wide array of mouth-watering delicacies were available at this all-inclusive affair such as bake and shark, polourhie, curry crab stuffed dumplings, gyros, creole food offerings, Chinese wontons and dim sum, and corn on the cob.
This assortment of food was complemented by a seemingly never ending supply of both alcoholic and non-alcoholic beverages accentuated by the staff’s pleasant and efficient service.
Class is Class also provided a superb mix of live performers and T&T’s top DJs. The Lions crowd partied the night away to the music of the evening’s stellar cast of live entertainment which included the world famous Roy Cape All Stars featuring Blaxx and Ricardo Drue, Dil-E-Nadan featuring Raymond Ramnarine, Samsara de Band and Scrunter’s Pan Groove.
In keeping with the mandate of Lions Clubs International, all proceeds from the fete are channelled back into the communities which they serve in order to benefit the many deserving individuals via these fund-raising activities. By all accounts “Class is Class” 2016 was nothing short of a pleasurable experience for all involved. The surroundings were comfortable, the amenities were of the highest standards and the layout and crowd were first-rate.