Tag Archives: Minister of Culture Cecil Mckie

THEATRE ARTS LAUNCH

The 2019 National Theatre Arts Festival, which will be officially launched today, with the theme: Feel the Passion, Experience the Excitement. The 2019 Festival will be co-ordinated by the Ministry of Tourism, Sports and Culture, in collaboration with the Bank of St. Vincent and the Grenadines. The media launch will be held at the CDC’s… Continue Reading →

MCKIE COMMENDS CARIFESTA DELEGATION

Minister of Culture, Cecil Mckie has commended the delegation currently in Trinidad and Tobago representing St. Vincent and the Grenadines at CARIFESTA 14. Speaking in Parliament yesterday, Minister Mckie said he travelled to  Trinidad and Tobago with the delegation for the launch of CARIFESTA and he is confident that they are representing the country well… Continue Reading →

MINISTER MCKIE AND FINAL DAYS OF CARNIVAL

Minister of Culture Cecil Mckie has commended the Carnival Development Corporation (CDC) for a initiative it has put in place to have many more Washrooms around Capital Kingstown for the final days of Vincy Mas 2019. He made this statement during press briefing which was hosted by the Carnival Development Corporation (CDC) to update the… Continue Reading →

NINE MORNINGS

The National Nine Mornings Management Committee is embarking on planning and preparatory activities for the 2019 Nine Mornings Festivities in St. Vincent and the Grenadines. Towards this end, the Committee will host a meeting tomorrow Saturday May 18th at the Peace Memorial Hall from at 9:30. Representatives from rural and urban community nine mornings groups… Continue Reading →

VINCY MAS LAUNCH

The stage is now set for the official launch of the 2019 edition of Vincy Mas, which takes place tonight at the Victoria Park. And, the Carnival Development Corporation said it would be seeking to build on the success of last year’s Festival. Prior to the tonight’s launch there are Whistle Stops from the Windward… Continue Reading →

GOSPEL FESTIVAL BEGINS

An appeal has been made here for a greater level of support and public participation in the Annual Digicel Gospel Festival. The appeal came from Minister of Culture, Cecil Mckie, as he delivered remarks at the official opening of the 2019 edition of the Gospel Festival at the Victoria Park last night. As he declared… Continue Reading →