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PRIME MINISTER, Kamla Persad-Bissessar will this evening launch celebrations for the 50th anniversary of Independence of Trinidad and Tobago.
Celebrations, which will begin this month, are expected to continue until December. Cabinet has approved a range of programmes and activities which will take place across the country throughout the remainder of the year.
The Prime Minister will launch the celebrations at 5 p.m. this evening at Queen’s Hall, Port of Spain in a formal ceremony that will include a number of cultural items by artistes such as pannist Clive Telemaque, vocalist Wendy Shepherd, calypsonians Baron and Devon Seale and dancer Susan Mohip and her dance company.
The Ministry of Planning and the Economy announced that there will also be performances by the Minister of the Arts and Multiculturalism, Winston “Gypsy” Peters and other artistes including the Central Rhythm Tassa Drummers, La Danse Caraibe and Laventille Rhythm Section. Read More
With the help of TriniSpirit.com and Soca Warriors Online, the Warrior Nation raised over $6000 for their annual food drive in December 2011.
“For 2011, the Warrior Nation took its holiday charity drive to the southern borough of Point Fortin, birthplace of many of Trinidad and Tobago’s national footballers.
This time around, the recipient was the Ferndean Children’s Home, located in Harriman Park. Established in 1991, Ferndean Children’s Home has a maximum capacity of 22 children, and currently house 14 children ranging from 3-14 years old. The kids are usually placed there via a court order, but are allowed to maintain contact with their families.
In total, we raised $6,300 TTD and we also received donated food items. Read More
TriniSpirit launched its ‘Identify Yourself!’ campaign at SunLife Stadium for Miami Carnival 2011, distributing over 500 bandanas and 1000 stickers to proud Trinis in need of representation.
Sharing a united passion for the 2011 Miami Carnival in the Gardens, set to take place on Sunday, October 9, 2011 at 12 noon, the Miami Broward One Carnival Host Committee is positioned to produce one of the biggest and most vibrant cultural presentations that the South Florida area has ever witnessed. With over 20 masquerade bands and 6 steel bands parading and competing for “Band of the Year” bragging rights, the streets of Miami Gardens will be adorned with beautiful, colorful and intricate costumes along with the infectious musical sounds of soca. With a significant impact on tourism, Miami Carnival in the Gardens has become a staple event within the fabric of South Florida.