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Note: In our 22nd year of service to Corozal, we are continuing to update this site. Our directory data has been moved to our sister site Corozal.bz  

Also see Recent News at bottom of page.

Upcoming Events in Corozal

December 2018
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Thu & Fri, Dec 6 & 7, 6-6:10am & 4:50-5pm

Scheduled brief power outages for all of the Corozal District. All Corozal and Orange Walk Feeders and Zones: entire Corozal and Orange Walk Districts. Outage Type: Scheduled. Purpose of Outage: to replace poles and repair ground wires on the transmission system in the area. See the BEL Power Updates page 

Saturday, December 8th

Christmas Tree Lighting in Corozal Central Park, front of the Corozal Town Hall, beginning at 7pm. Sponsored by the Corozal Town Council.

Monday, December 10th, 7PM

Lecture on Referendum and ICJ at St Francis Xavier Credit Union in Corozal Town. Residents from the Corozal area are invited to attend, presentations by Assad Shoman, the Belize Peace Movement, and others.

Saturday, December 15th

Free Legal Clinic at the Corozal Magistrate Court, presented by the Bar Association of Belize. Consultation only, about family law, immigration law, wills, landlord and tenant, criminal law, labour law, domestic violence law, and asylum.

Saturday, December 15th, 5-10pm

Art in the Park at Corozal Central Park. This is a monthly event that draws artists and craftspeople from all of Corozal District and beyond. Besides the sale of lovely artwork, there are also vendors for food and refreshments, and often live performances. Call 620-1572 or visit the House of Culture Facebook Page 

Sunday, December 16th, 6-9pm

Christmas Parade in Corozal Town, in front of Central Park. This information was received much too late.

Monday-Wednesday, December 17-19, 9am-3pm

Children’s Comparsa Workshop for ages 8-13 to get creative and have fun with our Belizean folklore theme. This free workshop will prepare children in presenting at the Juan Carnival event in early March 2019. For information, call 422-0071, visit the House of Culture or message on Facebook. 

Friday, December 21st, 4:23pm

Winter Solstice is the exact time when our days are shortest and nights are longest. It also signals the beginning of winter. Being only about 18° above the equator, the difference in length of day is not all that much, just as our temperatures do not vary nearly as much as more northern countries. For solstice information. 

Sunday, December 23rd, starting at 5pm

Corozal Christmas Bram at Corozal Central Park. Celebrating the Belizean Christmas cultural traditions. Presentations from groups representing the Kriols, Garifuna, Mestizo, East Indian, and Maya. Food, dance, and family fun. Sponsored by Corozal Organization Leading Culture Heritage and Arts (COLCHA). For more info, see this COLCHA page 

Friday, December 21st, 4:23pm

Christmas Day is a public holiday in Belize. Many businesses will close early on Christmas Eve also. Corozal.com wishes all Corozalaños a very Merry Christmas!

Wednesday, December 26th

Boxing Day is also a public holiday in Belize. From the British tradition, Boxing Day is the day when we think of those less fortunate, who may not have gotten very much on Christmas Day. Think of others today, not only with material gifts.

January 2019
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Tuesday, January 1st

Happy New Year to all Corozeleños from Corozal.com and all our supporting partners. May the New Year bring all the best to you and your family.

Saturday, January 12th

Graffiti Fest ’19 in Corozal Town. Belizean Graffiti Artists and other artists will have art and talents on display. Call 620-1572 or visit the House of Culture Facebook Page 

Saturday, January 19th, 5-10pm

Art in the Park at Corozal Central Park. This is a monthly event that draws artists and craftspeople from all of Corozal District and beyond. Besides the sale of lovely artwork, there are also vendors for food and refreshments, and often live performances. Call 620-1572 or visit the House of Culture Facebook Page 

Recent News of Corozal

Back in the Day Exhibit from 5 Years Ago

January 25th 2013 the Corozal House of Culture opened its Back in the Day exhibit. This highlighted our Corozal and Belize history. It seems like the New Year is a good time to look back as well as forward, so we know where we’re headed. See the gallery page on Corozal.com 

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