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A freshly baked batch of Bonbon Sirop sits ready for sampling at the Haiti the table.

PHOTOS: AfriCaribbean Night at Dr. Phillips

Sunday, Jan. 21, 2018 |

A freshly baked batch of Bonbon Sirop sits ready for sampling at the Haiti the table.

Luke Jordan, a Freshman, plays an educational matching game that was a part of the Jamaican exhibit.

Sunday, Jan. 21, 2018 |

Luke Jordan, a Freshman, plays an educational matching game that was a part of the Jamaican exhibit.

There was plates and plates of foods from varying Caribbean Islands and African nations.

Sunday, Jan. 21, 2018 |

There was plates and plates of foods from varying Caribbean Islands and African nations.

DPHS student Anna Bullock and others listen on as Christopher Uzoigwe speaks about his native Nigeria during the event.

Sunday, Jan. 21, 2018 |

DPHS student Anna Bullock and others listen on as Christopher Uzoigwe speaks about his native Nigeria during the event.

Abdurrahman Syed plays a game of mancala against other students.

Sunday, Jan. 21, 2018 |

Abdurrahman Syed plays a game of mancala against other students.

A group of students enjoy games of mancala as they take in AfriCarribean Night.

Sunday, Jan. 21, 2018 |

A group of students enjoy games of mancala as they take in AfriCarribean Night.

Students take in a game of mancala during AfriCarribean Night.

Sunday, Jan. 21, 2018 |

Students take in a game of mancala during AfriCarribean Night.

Some students even took in the fun of walking around on makeshift tin-can stilts.

Sunday, Jan. 21, 2018 |

Some students even took in the fun of walking around on makeshift tin-can stilts.

Gabriel Ramirez laughs to himself as he walks around on tin-can stilts, as his friends look on.

Sunday, Jan. 21, 2018 |

Gabriel Ramirez laughs to himself as he walks around on tin-can stilts, as his friends look on.

Students had the chance to draw their own Taino symbols. The symbols were the written language utilized by the Taino Indians of Puerto Rico.

Sunday, Jan. 21, 2018 |

Students had the chance to draw their own Taino symbols. The symbols were the written language utilized by the Taino Indians of Puerto Rico.

For those wanting to play a somewhat familiar game, students had the chance to play a game of Haitian osselots.

Sunday, Jan. 21, 2018 |

For those wanting to play a somewhat familiar game, students had the chance to play a game of Haitian osselots.

Students gathered on the dance floor and broke out into dance as international musical filled the cafeteria.

Sunday, Jan. 21, 2018 |

Students gathered on the dance floor and broke out into dance as international musical filled the cafeteria.

A large, colorful sign representing the Haitian table is seen during AfriCaribbean Night at DPHS.

Sunday, Jan. 21, 2018 |

A large, colorful sign representing the Haitian table is seen during AfriCaribbean Night at DPHS.

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