Jodi-a se Jounen Kwéyòl en Domnik


Jòdi Domnik ka òbzòvé Jounen Kwéyòl kon payee-a ka sélébwé quarante-quatre (44) lané andépandans.

Jounen Kwéyòl sé yon sélébwasyon langaj épi kilte Domnik.

Nou ka sélébwé osi manjé, dansé épi listwa twadisyonnèl Domnik.

Gouvelman ka ankouwajé tout Domnitjen pou pòté had Kwéyòl épi gouté manjé Kwéyòl.

Pwèmyé Jounen Kwéyòl pwè plass en Domnik en Octobre, 1981.

En Mai, 1983, mam gyoup-la, Bann Zil Kwéyòl, jwèn en Louisiana, USA épi yo désidé ki yo ké òbzòvé Jounen Kwéyòl Internationale assou Octobre 28 chak lané.

Domnik jwé yon gwo par pou fè jounen sala on wéalité.

Toulé lané Domnik ka òbzòvé Jounen Kwéyòl assou Vandwédi-a avan andépandans.

En wéalité, Jounen Kwéyòl sé on gwo par en sélébwasyon andépandans Domnik.

Assou jou sala, Dominichen ka abiyé en had Kwéyòl, yo ka manjé tout kalté manjé et yo ka palé pli ki normal.

Osi on pawad ka pwen plass en Wozo et sa ka fè vil la plen koulè.

Dominica News Online ka ankouwajé tout pou voyé pòtwé èspéwiyans Jounen Kwéyòl pou mété asou internet la.

Voyé tout pòtwé pou [email protected]


Today is Creole Day in Dominica

Today Dominica is observing Creole Day as the country celebrates its 44 years of Independence.

Creole Day is a celebration of the language and culture of Dominica.

We also celebrate the food, dance and traditional Dominican stories.

The government is encouraging all Dominicans to wear Creole clothes and eat Creole foods.

The first Creole Day took place in Dominica in October, 1981.

In May, 1983, members of a group call, Bann Zil Kwéyòl, met in Louisiana, USA and decided that International Creole Day will be held on October 28, every year.

Dominica played a big role in making such a day a reality.

Every year, Dominica observes Creole Day on the Friday before Independence Day.

In reality, Creole Day is a big part of Dominica’s Independence Celebration.

On that day, Dominicans dress in Creole clothers, eat all types of Creole food and speak the langauge more than normal.

There is also a parade in Roseau which fills the city with color.

Dominica News Online is encouraging everyone to send photos of their Creole Day experience to put on the internet.

Send all photos to [email protected]

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  1. Pedro
    October 29, 2022

    The creole season is wonderful and displays Dominica 🇩🇲 rich culture. Because its so nice is there any way of extending the creole season from beginning of October to end of November and call it the “Creole Season ” .it was just a thought

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