The SVG Nine Mornings Committee will continue its “100 Days to 100 Years Countdown” with community activities in Barrouallie and Stubbs this weekend.
This evening from 7.00 pm, cultural presentations from schools and churches in the area as well as older residents recounting their Nine Mornings experiences will take place at the Barrouallie Playing Field.
On Saturday evening, Stubbs will host their program from 6.00 pm with a lighted procession from Diamond to the Stubbs Gap.
Persons are being asked to bring any type of light including flambeaus, candles and flashlights.
The program will include cultural presentations from the community, including ring-games and special appearances by older residents.
The defending Best Nine Mornings Community, Stubbs will stage their activities under the theme: “Celebrating a century old tradition South East Style”.
The Bowmans, CP Hall and officials from the Ministry of Culture and the SVG Nine Mornings Committee will be present at both events.
The 100 days to 100 Years Countdown is being used as build up to the 2013 Nine Mornings festivities which will be launched on Sunday 1st December in Kingstown.
The 2013 Nine Mornings festival is being celebrated under the theme: “Celebrating 100 years of a unique Vincentian tradition”.