Item consists of a Black-Canadian family’s home movie featuring children at a beach. Donor(s) and project contributed description follows: "Heather and her siblings met and visited her paternal grandparents for the first time in 1978. "My grandfather was born in 1898. He lived to about 105, so he got to see three centuries - the late 1800’s, the 1900’s and he died in the early 2000’s. This was Heather’s first international family vacation, a memorable time in the Commonwealth of Dominica where Heather’s parents were born and raised - her father in Vieille Case and her mother in Portsmouth. In the travel clips, various footage shows the time Heather and her family swam at Purple Turtle Beach, enjoyed sugarcane, fresh coconut water and watched her Dad milk a cow on her grandparents’- property in La Haut. There’s also footage of their visit to a busy city. Then back in the countryside, Heather notes, "That’s just us walking with a relative through a village in Dominica.""