BRUNSWICK — The Brunswick Trinidad Sister City association’S 16th annual Cuba Week returns March 22-30. 

Curtis Library, throughout March, will featur “¡Hola Cuba!, “ a display of handicrafts, mementos, books, memorabilia and information. 

During Cuba Week, Big Top Deli, Gelato Fiasco, Henry and Marty’s, Little Dog Cafe, El Camino restaurant, Wild Oats and Frontier will feature Cuban food. 

The film “A Tuba to Cuba” will be screened at Frontier March 22-28. 

Primo Cubano will give a salsa concert on the night of Saturday, March 23rd  at Frontier. Primo Cubano plays traditional Cuban dance music dating back to the turn of the 20th Century. 

A panel discussion will take place Sunday,March 24 at Curtis Memorial Library featuring recent travelers from Cuba and members of the BTSCA. It will be open free of charge to the public from 2-4 p.m. 

BTSCA is a non profit organization that promotes constructive and creative non-political interactions with the people of Brunswick’s sister community in Trinidad, Cuba. 

Cuba Week is sponsored annually in Brunswick celebrating the diverse cultures and common ground with the people of Cuba. For more information about BTSCA please visit 

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