When I attended Marian Academy, there was always a day designated during term time for reflection. I was quite immature at that point in time, so naturally I never took it upon myself to reflect on anything.
Cheddi Jagan Memorial Multi-Discipline Sporting Day (East Berbice-Corentyne, Region 6)
Regional Science Fair (Barima-Waini, Region 1)
March 18 – 20
Youth Expo (Demerara-Mahaica, Region 4)
Guyana National Service Ground
Film Festival (Cuyuni-Mazaruni, Region 7) at Bartica School from 7 pm
Film Festival (East Berbice-Corentyne, Region 6) at New Amsterdam Multilateral School
Phagwah National Holiday
Kumaka/Mabaruma Regatta and Street Fair (Barima-Waini, Region 1)
Film Festival (Mahaica-Berbice, Region 5) at Mahaicony Secondary School
Youth Folk Evening (Demerara-Mahaica, Region 4) at Theatre Guild Gardens
March 26 – 28
Bartica Easter Regatta (Cuyuni-Mazaruni, Region 7)
Easter Monday Kite Flying
Janet Jagan Memorial Sports (Essequibo Islands – West Demerara, Region 3) at the National Track and Field Centre – Leonora
Odessa Primus’ hilarious comedy Crack Jokes is back at the National Cultural Centre (NCC) tonight for one more performance.
According to a press release, patrons who purchased tickets for the performance on February 23,
Crack Jokes, a full-length play comes at a time when the Link Show is usually on. Crack Jokes is said to be a hilarious comedy that brings together a number of characters with one aspiration: to get rich.
We live in a world that pressures women to dress and act in a certain way. Women unthinkingly transfer these beliefs to the next generation, sometimes taking joy in doing so; it’s as if they believe real character derives from clothing choice.
Eusi Harlequin, Desmon Thompson, Oliver Joslyn (OJ) Smith, Edwin Moore, Timon Fraser and Denzel Bagot are the members of the Messengers Music Ministries, an acapella group that has been gracing stages not only in Guyana but internationally as well.