Emancipation Finale at Pigeon Point
Singer Yolanda and Heartbeat drummers entertain the crowd.
Drummers of Tomorrow play in rhythm.
Chief Secretary Kelvin Charles, centre, Secretary of Infrastructure, Quarries and the Environment Councillor Kwesi Des Vignes, left, and Assistant Secretary of the Division of Community Development, Enterprise Development and Labour Shomari Hector join the procession from Pigeon Point to Store Bay which followed the cultural programme at the park. Also in photo is Katherine Charles, background, wife of the Chief Secretary.
Assistant Secretary of the Division of Community Development, Enterprise Development and Labour Shomari Hector steps in time with members of a dance group who were part of the procession.
The Tobago Heritage Festival came to an end yesterday (August 1, 2017) at the Pigeon Point Heritage Park with the island’s Emancipation Day celebrations. Tobagonians enjoyed the occasion with song, dance and drama performances, which were followed by a procession from Store Bay to Pigeon Point.