National Trust Heritage House Presents the Betto Douglas Story
The National Trust’s Dasani-Harper’s Heritage House Children’s Storytelling Series
Presents the story of
Betto Douglas was a woman who was enslaved in St. Kitts by the Earl of Romney
In the 1820s at the age 52, she attempted through a court challenge to obtain her freedom
This weekend’s storyteller is the new Director of Government House Mrs. Charisse Gumbs.
The series – designed for children aged 6-12 years old
WHEN: Saturday August 19, 2017
From 9:30 – 11:00
WHERE: The National Museum (Old Treasury Building)
HOW MUCH: FREE!!!
Thanks to our partners Caribelle Batik, Caribbean Journey Masters, Caribbean Reads,
The Department of Youth, Gary’s Fruits and Flowers, Social Security and a number of private patrons,
We are able to offer the entire series free of cost
SPACE FOR THIS WEEKEND IS LIMITED, SO INTERESTED PERSONS
MUST REGISTER BY FRIDAY AT 5:00 P.M.
Contact the National Trust at: 465-5584 or firstname.lastname@example.org