Become a Museum Volunteer: Every wednesday, volunteers continue to work at the Museum from 10AM to 12 noon to sort what the archeologists have found and many of the other museum collections. Volunteers do not need to have any previous Museum experience, just an interest in Carriacou’s History and a … Continue reading →
Carriacou Historical Society has a new group called The Press. The Press has been formed to look at the website and newsletter. They meet each Tuesday or when necessary to discuss updates to the website and newsworthy items for inclusion in the newsletter.
Held in the Mount Pleasant Community Centre and well attended by the surrounding community, this outreach meeting was a great success. Cosnel MacIntosh gave opening remarks, Clemencia Alexander gave a presentation on the recent archeological finds. The local history quiz was lively and interesting with much debate about dates of … Continue reading →
13 December 2011 heralded the annual “Carols in the Market Square” organised by the Ministry of Carriacou and Petite Martinique. The Carriacou Historical Society attended and presented their take on the traditional Hosanna Band. Christmas in the market square ….. Hosanna Band
On 17 November 2011, Carriacou Historical Society Outreach Group held the first of a series of regional meetings. The meeting was held in the Harvey Vale Community Centre and was a tremendous success. The Southern Region includes the villages of Lauriston, L’Esterre, Harvey Vale, Belmont and Bellevue. Under the title … Continue reading →
Carriacou Historical Society held “An Evening in the Park” on October 09 2011. Held in the botanical gardens in Hillsborough, it was very well attended by the general public. Some brought picnic blankets and coolers and relaxed amongst the exotic plants of the botanical gardens whilst being entertained by string … Continue reading →