This weekend’s 37th annual Guinea Jubilee festival is expected to attract thousands of people to help honor the way of life in the Guinea Neck. The Jubilee will feature cultural activities, arts and crafts exhibits, a parade, all kinds of seafood, a fireworks show and much more. The festival, which will be held rain or shine, kicks off Friday at 3 p.m. and continues all day Saturday.
Tara Thomas, who co-chairs the Guinea Jubilee Committee with her husband Brook, said she is praying for good weather this year, as last year’s festival was dampened with rain showers both days. “We’ve been so fortunate that usually we can always get at least one good day weather-wise,” Thomas said. “However, last year was the exception.”
On the flip side, she said because last year’s weather was so bad, the committee has plenty of extra merchandise that will be available this year, with some at reduced prices.
Arts and crafts booths will be open Friday fro...
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