Laborie is celebrating the 5th edition of its Jounen Kweyol, part of Festen Labowi, starting this Friday, 25 September, from 7:30pm at the Market Square.
The Laborie La Marguerite Society and the Au Leon La Rose Society will participate to the launch, in an event called Konba sé flè-a.
Activities will continue throughout October, with amongst other events a beach party - Mawonn Bòd Lanmè - on 5 October and the Gwan Fèt finale on 25 October.
Please download the attached flier for more information on all the proposed activities and events.
25 September: "Konba sè Flè-a", a community presentation, within the 4th edition of Festen Labowi event, hosted by the Laborie Economic and Employment Forum to create employment.
5 October: Mawonn Bòd Lanmè
16 October: Dinen Kwéyòl
17 October: Fèt Magwit
21 October: Panel Discussion
23 October: Creole Jazz Concert
25 October: Grand Event!
12-13 December: Laborie Steel Pan competing at Junior Panorama
TBD: Pan Fiesta, with pan master class by Andy Narell
TBD: Kolasyon Nwel
TBD: Nobel Laureates Week.
Saint Lucia's Minister of Sustainable Development, Energy, Science and Technology Sen. Hon. Dr. James Fletcher, will later this month convene a regional meeting and launch an initiative on climate justice.
The initiative dubbed “Caribbean Voices on and for Climate Change” seeks to bring forward and amplify genuine Caribbean voices, and to build bridges between governments and civil society in our response to the threats caused by climate change. This is increasingly critical for Caribbean countries as many of our communities sit on the shoreline of climate change devastation.