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Comments Off on Nevis Historical and Conservation Society Quarterly Newsletter June 2022

Dear Members and friends,  We’re delighted to share with you our second Quarterly Newsletter for 2022. Inside you can read all about the important work happening in our Archives, as well as information about our numerous projects and activities, staff news, and fundraising for 2022. As always, we appreciate your feedback. We thank you for your continued support to help us Protect and Promote the Historical, Cultural and Natural Resources of Nevis!

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Comments Off on St. Kitts and Nevis receives UNESCO funding to pioneer its Intangible Cultural Heritage (ICH) Policy ambitions

23rd June 2022 — Earlier this morning at UNESCO headquarters in Paris, the Bureau of the Committee for Safeguarding of the Intangible Cultural Heritage (ICH) approved an ICH project proposed by the Ministry of Culture of St. Kitts and Nevis to promote the government’s mandate of developing a structured national ICH policy framework.

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Comments Off on St. Kitts Music Festival 2022 An experience like no other…

St. Kitts, Caribbean (CB SKNTV) – St. Kitts Music Festival, a premier Caribbean event June 23rd to 25th that always delivers a high caliber show of global singers, musicians, and bands performing soca, calypso, r & b, reggae, dancehall and wylers, at Kim Collins Athletic Stadium Birdrock St. Kitts.

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Comments Off on “Zhumbye Di Ggii” Patron for Culturama 48 credits family influence for sustained love of cultural festival

NIA CHARLESTOWN NEVIS (June 21, 2022) — The patron for Culturama 48 is Mr. William Wentworth Dore affectionately known as “Zhumbye Di Ggii” of Charlestown, a cultural enthusiast who loves Culturama with a passion.

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Comments Off on UNESCO Delivers Strong Technical Support To St. Kitts And Nevis

Basseterre, St. Kitts, May 04, 2022 (SKNIS): UNESCO continues to deliver strong technical support to the Federation in areas such as education, sport, biodiversity and social frameworks, said Dorothy Warner, Secretary-General of St. Kitts and Nevis National Commission for UNESCO, during her May 04 appearance on ‘Working for You.’