The Caribbean Nightingale
Owner Michaëlle Martial is a Guest Poet as seen in recent programs, such as a presidential campaign event in Utah for US Senator Bernie Sanders (Feb. 2020), the Utah Arts Festival, the official Utah Juneteenth Festival, Ghana Poetry Festival, Ghana Broadcasting Corporation TV interview with Selikem Acolatse-Apaloo for "Women's Voice", ABC4Utah, PBS Utah, KRCL RadioActive, and more
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The following programs are to be hosted at our brick-and-mortar location in Salt Lake City Utah. Cooking Classes are currently being offered online and at a commercial kitchen in Utah county. Sign Up today to receive updates, announcements, and discounts!
Meet & Greet/Book Signing
This is a Meet & Greet with me that is sure to indulge your sweet tooth with a Poetry Reading, Book Signing, Q&A, and cupcakes for breakfast!
Poetry Salon & Retreats
Welcome to our proverbial Living Room for a quaint day retreat with local BIPOC, LGBT, Women Poets, Musicians and other emerging Artists
Podcast Coming Soon
Not in Utah? No problem! The SOUL SISTERS Podcast is a conversation between Michaelle and a local WOC with lots of Spoken Word Poetry!
Let us cater your event poetically. Limited availability, so book a slot before it's gone. Accepting orders for 25-125 guests. Prices start at $250
Cooking & Brunches
Join chef and owner, Michaelle, The Caribbean Nightingale for a unique cultural and poetic Afro-Caribbean Culinary experience once a month
The following are minority-owned businesses and nonprofits in Utah with whom The Caribbean Nightingale has worked closely and/or with whom we will be partnering at the cafe for our virtual and in-person programing. The Caribbean Nightingale has also compiled a list of trusted minority-owned businesses in Utah & beyond, perfect for travelers as well as supporters of independently owned businesses and the arts! Click the button below now to get it.