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St. Kitts and Nevis is Launching a National UNESCO Intangible Cultural Heritage Capacity Building Project, entitled “Strengthening Inventory Preparation Capacity for Implementing 2003 Convention for the Safeguarding of Intangible Cultural Heritage) in St. Kitts and Nevis” On Monday April 29th 2019 at NEMA Lime Kiln Basseterre St. Kitts (Invitation Only).
St. Kitts Ministry of Tourism continues to lead the nation towards sustainable development by hosting a “Train the Trainer” program in collaboration with Sustainable Travel International. The main goal is to “…equip people with the knowledge and skills to effectively deliver destination stewardship trainings for a range of St. Kitts professionals, including public sector employees, educators, and community group members.”
St. Kitts Music Festival always delivers lively music, delicious food, and great entertainment for an excellent price. In three nights you are immersed in soca, reggae, dance -hall, r & b, and calypso, in addition to St. Kitts and Nevis indigenous “Wylers Music”, a fast tempo blend of soca, reggae, and zouk music performed by Nu Vybes Band International on June 27th, and Small Axe Band on June 28th 2019.
The project to boost the brand of the St. Mary’s Biosphere Reserve and create a management plan is in full effect. A UNESCO consultant is currently in St. Kitts and Nevis since the start of the week, meeting with stakeholders together with head of the St. Kitts and Nevis UNESCO Secretariat Mr. Antonio Maynard and St. Mary’s Biosphere Reserve National Coordinator Markysa O’Loughlin…
New Exhibition Focuses on Trade and Banking, National Trust Welcomes Sugar Factory Announcement, Trust President Weighs in on Brazil Devastating Museum Fire, “Panama Dreams” to Premiere in St. Kitts, Meet the Artists”Loada”, AGM 2018, Tick Tock The Circus Clock is Ticking Again, All Aboard Great Turnout for 7th Annual Scenic Railway Tour etc….