As part of celebrations for Heritage Month, the St. Mary’s Anglican Church, in association with the Ministry of Culture, Sports and Youth, will continue its four-part series of lectures on the Church, its heritage and its environs.
The second lecture, entitled: Amaryllis Claymore – from Cheapside to Morningside and back, takes place on Wednesday, June 24, at the Church, St. Mary???s Row, The City, at 7.00 p.m. It will be delivered by Dr. Cynthia Cumberbatch.
Persons are also invited to visit the Archives Department to trace their lineage, on Wednesday, June 24, and Friday, June 26, as that department hosts two Open Days.
Heritage Month will culminate on Saturday, June 27, with the hosting of City Fest by the National Cultural Foundation in Broad Street, The City, beginning at noon. This event, themed: Sugar Then: Sweetness Now! signals the start of the Crop Over Festival and will feature entertainment by local artistes, as well as art and craft exhibitions.