Toronto Public Library, Trust 15 - Toronto District School Board, Monarch Park Public School, Kettle Lakes Public School, Father Henry Carr, O.M. MacKillop Public School.
- Elsa Wong (Toronto Public Library)
As we are committed to showcasing Caribbean culture to the community, our productions are filled with cultural elements that are both fun and educational for youth of all ages. We would love the opportunity to host one of our dance presentations or workshops to your school or community organization. Please contact to receive information package.
- Cara C., OCT (YRDSB Full Day Kindergarten Teacher)
"Carnival Spice's dance performance was incredible. They told the story of black history through inspired, energetic and educational dance performances. All the staff and kids loved it and had a great time. Highly recommended!"
"In February 2014 The Carnival Spice Dancers performed their spectacular and educational Black History Month performance to the students of O.M Mackillop Public School. The Carnival Spice Dancers delivered historical content through the arts which not only celebrated Black History but took us on a journey through dance and music. Shakera and the Carnival Spice Dancers' performance was suitable for my Kinder students all the way through grade 8. The performance included two elements which allowed our students to feel apart of the show. Elements of Hip Hop, African and Caribbean music and dance was explored. Staff, parents and students were impressed by the entertaining yet informative this performance and I highly recommend the Carnival Spice dancers at your next Black History Month Celebration. Thank you Carnival Spice for delivering a very important element of Black History/Culture to our students."