Historians taste and see the Heritage
Guests sample local hors d’oeurves during the event.
Pembroke Folk Drummers entertain the crowd.
Mt Cullane Folk Performers do the jig and heel and toe dance.
Secretary of Tourism, Culture and Transportation Councillor Nadine Stewart-Phillips, second from right, chats with other guests, including, from left, senior tourism coordinator John Arnold, past president of the ACH Dr Rita Pemberton and Dean of the Faculty of Humanities and Education on the UWI St Augustine campus, Dr Heater Cateau.
On Tuesday (May 16, 2017), the Division of Tourism, Culture, and Transportation coordinated a cultural reception at the Pembroke Heritage Park for the 49th Annual Conference of the Association of Caribbean Historians (ACH). Delegates from European countries, the Americas and the Caribbean were treated to an evening of the island’s diverse cultural heritage.