The Social Development Department is informing the public that the fifth annual Clash of the Carolers slated for Sunday, December 11 has been relocated to the Queen Elizabeth II Park in Road Town, Tortola.
The British Virgin Islands will have an additional cultural heritage attraction for both residents and visitors, when the doors open at the new Her Majesty’s Prison Museum on Main Street on December 6.
The Department of Culture is inviting persons to visit the Virgin Islands Arts and Crafts Exhibition at the East Atrium, Central Administration Building.
Artwork from students and other Virgin Islands emerging artists are being displayed. Persons can visit the exhibition Mondays through Fridays, between 8:30 a.m. and 4:30 p.m. The exhibit closes on November 30.
Please contact the Department of Culture via telephone 468-4379 for more information.
November 24 is the 67th Anniversary of the historic Demonstration led by Theodore Faulkner, Isaac G. Fonseca and Carlton de Castro, which took place in Road Town, Tortola in 1949. For more information about this important part of Virgin Islands history, read the article: “Faulkner at the Front - The Demonstration of 1949: Its Beginning, Golden Jubilee and Implications” by Quincy F. Lettsome, Ph. D. See attached file.