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Published:Tuesday | June 5, 2018 | 12:00 AM
Patricia Fray (left), valuation surveyor at the National Land Agency, takes a picture with her aunt, Ann-Marie Francis, on the performance stage at the Calabash International Literary Festival in Treasure Beach.
Kamila McDonald, certified personal trainer and sports nutritionist, was out at the three-day Calabash International Literary Festival promoting her book, ‘Wake Up and Live’.
Dr Shelly-Ann Weeks shows a little flair in her skirt designed by Mignott Fashions at the Calabash International Literary Festival in Treasure Beach.
Anushca-Mai Bunting, educator at Hillel Academy, takes a few seconds from reading ‘Jamaica in my Tummy’ by Jean Hawthorne-DaCosta to smile for our cameras.
Kaysian Bourke, designer and owner of Flower Child 1999, looks hippie chic with her own straw-bag design and ethnic prints combo for Calabash.
From left: Ella Ghartey, programmes manager for the Ministry of National Security’s We Transform programme; Paula Wadsworth, attorney-at-law in the Ministry of National Security; and Shanoy Coombs, development communications specialist, were dressed appropriately for the Fierce Flowers segment of Calabash Festival over the weekend.
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Readers and writers alike made their way to Jakes in Treasure Beach,

St Elizabeth, for the three-day Calabash International Literary Festival over the weekend. The festival, which is held biennially and features colourful presentations of poetry, prose and music, received one of its largest turnouts since its first staging in 2001. Here are some of the social highlights.