One Stop Location for Holiday Shopping

Remember to come on out to the Youth Centre anytime between the hours of 9:30 a.m. and 4:30 p.m this Saturday December 19th!

Christmas Wreath by the talented Samantha Prime. Come get yours!

DSC 2.jpgPerfect opportunity to support local and satisfy all your shopping needs!

Remember there are giveaways, face and body painting, food, juices, fully stocked bar, curtains, plants, books, bags, clothing, Community groups, cakes, jewelry and so much more!! If I were to type all that we have at the market for you my fingers will start to cramp!

No entrance fee so bring your entire family, friends and crew out with you! You have nothing to lose by being there Grenada so don’t miss it!!

made by Samantha




Meet Larneth Slocombe! – Support her on December 19th

Remember to come out to the Grenada Youth Centre on Saturday December 19th and support local at the amazing Youth Produce Market.

Today meet the talented cake designer Larneth Slocombe!


Larneth started baking as a very young girl. She learned from her mummy and granny, especially while they were baking around this time of the year – Christmas time! She used basic recipes that she found in magazines as a base then developed unique recipes from there.  As she continues to develop as a baker, Larneth takes cake decorating classes.

She often spends her time baking and decorating cakes for family and friends. Larneth also bakes for all occasions: weddings, birthdays, anniversaries, baby showers, christenings etc.


Most recently, Larneth participated in the first ever Grenada Cake Wars, with assistance from her son Travis John,  and placed 3rd!

Come network with Larneth and try some of her cakes!

Be there on December 19th! 


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Meet VELINI (By Kyle Smith) – Support him on December 19th

Saturday December 19th it’s all going down at the Grenada Youth Centre so remember to come out and support local talent and creativity!

Today meet this young, vibrant, stylish and inspirational fella – Kyle Smith!

Don x Vito

Kyle Smith is a resident of Morne Jaloux and graduated from the Boca Secondary School in 2013. Though he is only 19, he is undoubtedly one of Grenada’s top upcoming fashion designers.

He only began practicing fashion designing during the summer of 2014. It was then he created the brand “VELINI”, which is his own made-up Italian name meaning “creative difference”.  Kyle delights in fashion designing and art expression.

Kyle is presently an online student of dressmaking and design at Penn Foster University. Come on out to show your support to him!



Meet Twilli Willi – Support her on December 19th

Only two weeks left before the local Youth Produce Market at the Grenada Youth Centre! It’s all happening on December 19th so be there!

Today meet participant Twilli Willi creations.

Cocoa tree

Twilli Willi started off as a hobby for the then 13 year old Shanique Julien.  After seeing the potential, her family guided her into developing a business.

On average, 80% of our finished product is made from paper. Our signature products are jewelry – bracelets, earrings and necklaces. However, we are expanding into other paper crafts such as cards, vases, decorative bowls, key holders, brooches wedding invitations, and monograms.


Our mission is to always seek innovative ways of making paper crafts to suit the taste of everyone.  We incorporate sustainability in our interactive work process, thereby guaranteeing repeated customer satisfaction.

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Reach Twilli Willi Creations on:

Facebook – Twilli Willi Creations

Email – /

Telephone #: 449-3642/444-2590 (Shanelle Rodney)


Be there on December 19th! 


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Meet Amy Jones – Support her on Sat. December 19th

Saturday December 19th!! Produce Market at the Grenada Youth Centre. Total local so remember to come out and support.

Today meet the young, energetic and talented Amy Jones!

Amy Jones

Amy is an inspirational young writer and performer from the big parish of St. Andrew. Though she is currently pursuing her undergraduate degree in Psychology & Counselling, Amy’s passion for writing is not fading. In fact, some of her work will be included in an Anthology in the coming days.

At the age of 21 Amy published her first book “Beyond Fables: P O E T R Y”. The artwork for the book’s cover-page was illustrated by another extremely talented Grenadian Artist – Solanche Roberts.

Illustrator – Solanche Roberts

Come on out to the market on Saturday December 19th to get a copy of Amy’s books!

Some of Amy’s biggest supporters! Join them (us) and get a copy today! Fantastic collection of poems!


Be there on December 19th! 


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Meet Lett’s Design – Support this mother son duo on December 19th

Saturday December 19th!! Produce Market at the Grenada Youth Centre. Total local so remember to come out and support.

Today meet the talented Balloon Artist Carvel Lett and her son Khalib! You need to read this article and view the images as we may all need their services from time to time!

spiral columns - latex & Mylar
Spiral Columns – Latex & Mylar 

balloon roses

Lett’s design is the brainchild of Carvel Lett who specializes as a Balloon artiste. Lett’s Design’s creations bring to life any event be it a wedding, church service, corporate events, Christmas or Independence celebrations. Lett’s Design’s signature is their balloon creations although they work with flowers, fabric, candles and any other material.

Carvel has a wealth of knowledge and experience in the industry and host a number of training programs as market demands.  She believes that one grows by imparting knowledge to others. Her protégé is her son Khalib who assist with all her jobs.

Herein are some of Lett’s Design works created by Carvel & Khalib.

Short Column
Short Column (Grenada Colours) 
column & baloon flowers
Column & Balloon Flowers
spiral column two colours
Spiral Column – (2 colours)

Come on out and December 19th to support and connect with this inspirational mother son duo!!

helium spiral with crepe paper base
Helium Spiral with Crepe Paper Base
centre piece and column
Centerpiece & Column


Meet Cindy McKenzie – Support her on December 19th

Saturday December 19th!! Produce Market at the Grenada Youth Centre. Total local so remember to come out and support.

Today meet the amazing multi-talented Cindy McKenzie!!



Cindy McKenzie was born in a small village in St Patrick’s Grenada in 1970, into a typical West Indian family where it was very common for children to be raised by grandparents, auntie and nenens (godmothers). She feels fortunate to have had a village upbringing, in the days when the road was her playground and doors were never locked. Her first years of education started at Miss Redhead’s pre-school, continued at the St Patrick Roman Catholic School, the St Paul’s Government School, and later the St Joseph’s Convent, St George.

Cindy migrated to the UK in 2007, but after seven winters,  moved back to her island in the sun, Grenada, where she gets to explore and nurture her passions and creativity, through writing-  sharing stories on her blog- ( and Facebook postings-(, as well as her new discovery in her Rustic Selections – ( With Cindy, nothing is set in stone, well nothing except her Rustic Creations, which are sent in concrete!

Cindy recently published her book ‘Force Ripe’ and will also be selling copies at the market.

Set on the island of Grenada, Force Ripe it tells the traumatic story of a young girl who endures a rough childhood of parental neglect, abandonment, substance abuse and foster care…but strives to overcome it all!


Meet Shellon Art – Support her on Dec. 19th



Today we feature participant Shellon Art. Talented, creative, innovative…

Shellon is a young aspiring freelance Caribbean artist/blogger. While she recently finished her Bsc. degree in Wildlife Conservation Biology, she has completed her GCE ‘A’ levels in Fine Arts as well as ‘O’ levels in Visual Arts. One of the primary pillars of inspiration for her artistic ventures is the passion and brilliance of the Caribbean energy. Thus, many of her pieces incorporate bright, vibrant colours. Additionally, she enjoys being around nature and often tries to capture these scenes both above land and underwater. One of her favourite island spots is the Carenage, and this is reflective in her ‘Carenage at night’ series. Her work is also very experimental in that she paints a bit of everything on everything. It is not limited to canvas and paper, but extends to fabrics, walls, whatever she can get her hands on.

Come on out and meet the artist and support her work.

For more information on Shellon visit her facebook page:
or webpage:

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Support Kazzelle Care – Produce Market

Remember Saturday December 19th the Grenada Youth Centre gon shell down! Until then, you get to meet some of the participants in the event through these daily features.

Today meet Kazelle Care!

1) What/Who is Kazelle Care?

Kazelle describes her products Kazelle Care as a feeling. It is the care and love manifested in Mind, Soul and  Body care products. Using the most organic ingredients to nurture ones being.
2) What inspired the company to be what it is?

Kazelle firstly is an actual person – she is a Grenadian living in the USA. As a child she suffered with ‘galley’ problematic skin which her grandmother would treat with natural, home made concoctions such as cocoa fat, aloes, Corilley bush bath, sapodilla leaf bath, and even internal detox  teas to rid blood of impurities. So her interest in skin care started at a young age.

While living in the USA and experiencing the different changes in climate, she would send home for cocoa fat and coconut oil to combat the changing weather and the effects it has on her skin. This developed into the production of body balms, bath oils, sugar scrubs and soaps – used as gifts for family then products sold. With the support of her extensively large family Kazelle Care is growing and reaching people across the globe.


3) Where are the products from?

Though it is packaged in the USA the raw materials are obtained through the Fair Trade Act from countries such as Africa, Grenada, and in the USA.

 4) What is next for the Kaz Care Company?

Only God knows what is next, the hopes for the company is that his will be done to the best of our ability.

Please visit her website for more information:

As she signs in all her emails…

Because Kazelle Cares

kazelle care

Register To Sell Today

Clothing designed and sewed by the talented Rashida. Organizer and participant at the event.
Clothing designed and sewed by the talented Rashida. 

The deadline for registering to participate in the Produce Market on December 19th at the Grenada Youth Center is quickly approaching!

Registration forms are available at the Mt. Zion Library, located upstairs Digicel in town. We can email them to you as well.

Why Participate in this event? 

designed by local florist that will participate in the event.
designed by local florist that will participate in the event.

It is an initiative designed to bring local artists, artisans, performers, producers, creators and youth groups together. In addition to getting that opportunity to network, you also get an opportunity to encourage local consumption at one of the peak consumption points of the year – CHRISTMAS!
Remember you do not need a large collection of items to participate in the event. We are using this opportunity to support upcoming producers of items as well.

If you have any queries or concerns please send an email to:


jewelry by Damarlie
jewelry by Damarlie