Children attending this weekend’s National Trust Dasani-Harper’s Heritage House Storytelling Series will be creating their own story!
On Saturday, August 12th, Early Childhood Education Specialist Jaya Relwani and her team of volunteer scribes will guide the children through the creative process to make up with their own tale, set in St. Kitts.
The story will be presented during the closing ceremony on the last day of the series, August 26th
August 19th – The story of Betto Douglas, an enslaved woman who took on the court system in the 1820s
August 26th – The tale of Marcus of the Woods, a formerly enslaved man who escaped captivity and roamed the forests of St. Kitts in the 19th century, leading a band of other escaped Africans
The Heritage House is almost completely booked for the remainder of the series
Parents/guardians are urged to register soon to avoid disappointment
Contact 465-5584 or email@example.com
The National Trust is able to offer its 8-week Heritage House Series free of cost thanks to the support of a number of partners: Dasani Water and Harper’s Office Depot, Caribelle Batik, Caribbean Journey Masters, Caribbean Reads, the Department of Youth, Gary’s Fruits and Flowers, Paul’s Cleaning Service, The St. Christopher & Nevis Social Security Board and a number of private sponsors