Tag Archives: Heritage

Garifuna Heritage Month Exhibitions Aims To Spark Interest In Garifuna Culture

Aspects of the local Garifuna heritage and culture will be on display here next month in a traditional Garifuna Village to be constructed as part of the 4th International Garifuna Festival. The village will be established on the ground of the Old Public Library building in Kingstown next month from March 8th to the 12th… Continue Reading →

“We Love We: All Things Vincy” Heritage Parade Tomorrow

Hundreds of persons are expected to take part in the Third National Parade organised by the National Heritage Organization, which is set to take place tomorrow. A release from the organisation says the Parade, which is sponsored by the St Vincent Co-operative Bank Ltd and the Bank of Saint Vincent & the Grenadines will begin… Continue Reading →

The Greiggs Garifuna Council Will Be Introducing Two Innovations For Its Annual Heritage Festival

Chief Representative of the Council John Nero an initiative will be launched to trace bloodlines back to the elders who resided in the community in the year 1905. Mr. Nero said the Council will also unveil a forty year plan, which will include projects and ideas for the further development if the community. The festival… Continue Reading →

Garifuna Heritage Foundation Archaeological Exhibition

An Exhibition focusing on the recent archaeological excavation and findings at Argyle will be staged here from today, as part of the International Garifuna Summit, to be hosted this week by the Garifuna Heritage Foundation. Two officials from Leiden University in the Netherlands are now in the state for Summit, which is being hosted by… Continue Reading →

Greiggs Garifuna Council Annual Heritage Festival

The Greiggs Garifuna Council in collaboration with a number of community groups is preparing to host its annual Heritage Festival under the slogan “Concept over Crowd”. In an interview with NBC news this morning Chief Representative of the council John Nero said predations for the festival are already taking place and listed some of the… Continue Reading →