[www.inewsguyana.com] – Preparations are afoot and the final touches are being put in place for the hosting of the 2013 Amerindian Heritage Pageant, the event that will bring the curtains down on the 2013 Heritage month celebration activities.
The Ms Amerindian Heritage Pageant is not a regular beauty pageant, as its focus is more cultural in nature, the Queen as always will be a cultural ambassador for the Amerindian Peoples.
Leading up to the big day, the girls were able to grace the opening of the Launch of Amerindian Heritage month 2013, the Amerindian Heritage Village in Karasabai, the Stephen Campbell reflection, the Heritage Dinner where they were sashed, the launch of the Arawak Revival programme in Capoey region 2, the Sports fest held over the weekend of 21-22 September and of course their pre Pageant activity.
This Culturally enriching activity took them on a tri-lake visit to the beautiful villages in Region #2. The visit commenced with the launch of the Arawak revival programme in Capoey, then on to Tapakuma, and Mainstay Villages. Following these visits where the girls interacted with the community and made courtesy calls to the schools, where both children and teachers were very happy to receive them.
Come pageant night patrons will not only enjoy a culturally unique pageant, but will be the recipient of a culturally enriched programme with appearances by the Surama Culture group all the way from Region 9, the Mainstay Culture group, from Region 2, and a number of other items prepared to delivered a show that will definitely surpass your money’s worth.
The 2013 Pageant will be held at the National Cultural Centre, 8pm, tickets are available at the Ministry of Amerindian Affairs and the National Cultural Centre,$ 1500, $ 2000, $ 2500.
The Contestants are eagerly anticipating tomorrow’s big event.