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St. Croix Carnival Happening in All its Glory Come December: Jouvert, Parades, Village and More; Tourism…

Ernice Gilbert | May 26, 2021

The Crucian Christmas Festival (St. Croix carnival) was cancelled in 2020, a decision forced by the Covid-19 pandemic that ravaged the world. In late 2021 and early 2022 — with Covid-19 first-dose vaccinations in the U.S. Virgin Islands crossing the 50 percent mark, and herd immunity expected in the coming months as more people become inoculated either through vaccination or previous infection — the V.I. Dept. of Tourism and its Division of Festivals are planning a full-blown carnival event featuring all the spectacle that participants have come to expect: Jouvert Morning, Children's and Adults' Parades, Village and more. So said Dept. of Tourism Commissioner Joseph Boschulte during an interview with the Consortium Tuesday evening. The commissioner, speaking cautiously about the pandemic while praising the Bryan administration's efforts against…

Dept. of Tourism Announces $75 'One Night, One Fete'…

Staff Consortium | April 21, 2021

The V.I. Department of Tourism’s Division of Festivals will be offering residents and visitors what…

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