The annual Fete Isidore celebrations kick off on Saturday, June 8 in San Sauveur.
The villages of Good Hope, San Sauveur and Petite Soufriere observe Fete Isidore, the feast of farmers named for the Patron Saint of Farmers, St. Isidore.
This year the Church of the Transfiguration Fete Isidore Committee is collaborating with the St. David Fisheries Cooperative to organize the event.
The activities begin on Saturday with the signature Fish Night on the San Sauveur Bay featuring DJs Flip Tha Boss, Plank and Athie.
A grand sports day is planned for Sunday June 9.
On Pentecost Monday, June 10, a parade featuring local bands and groups will proceed to High Mass, which will be broadcast live via radio. One elder who has given long and faithful service to the communities and to the celebration of the Feast of St. Isidore will be honoured.
Fete Isidore will climax with a cultural gala, and music from the Smith Brothers and the First Serenade Band.