Scores of people gather in the northern community of River Sallee in St Patrick, to be a part of the annual community’s Saraka celebrations.
River Sallee claims their annual Saraka held at a particular time every year – the first Friday following Good Friday – is the best, biggest and most traditional. The River Sallee Saraka celebration comprises local foods, dances and drumming, all stemming from and connected to Grenada’s African roots.
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