Friday, April 19, 2024

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It was party time at the Eden Lodge Nursery School yesterday as the Royal Barbados Police Force Band dropped in to pay the little ones a visit.
The school invited the band as part of their theme for the term: Festivals And Music Of Barbados, which in turn formed a part of the theme for the year: I Am Bajan.
Early childhood subject coordinator Shelly Leacock said it was in an effort to teach the children about the different kinds of music and entertainment genres available in Barbados.
She said the children had already performed at the Holetown Festival and had seen an old-time sugar cane grinder first hand, and the next event would be an in-house concert on March 22 featuring Marisa Lindsay, Stedson Red Plastic Bag Wiltshire, Karlos Cobham and Chrystal Cummins-Beckles.
But yesterday was all about the Police Band, and the children danced to the various genres of music played. (CA)

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