My thanks to the NCF‘s Janice Whittle for keeping us all alert to great possibilities out there this weekend –

?FLOWERS/PLANTS? with great Photographs (Leslie Taylor?s very sensitive work for example) and Paintings (still on the lookout for an Arthur Atkinson or a Goldie Spieler perhaps?) is ending at the Queen?s Park Gallery this weekend?actually on Sunday at 2pm. If you visit the Gallery tomorrow you will find the Park gates closed due to Agrofest preparations but they?ll let you in if you tell the guards you?re there to go to the Gallery. Opening hours are Thursday, Friday and Saturday 10:00 am – 6:00 pm; Sunday 10:00 am – 2:00 pm. Agrofest starts on Friday and you will have to pay to get into the Park from Friday to Sunday. The exhibits in the grounds are well worth a visit and besides, it?s fun !!

Dana Gilkes (Writers’ Ink member)
is pleased to invite you
to the launch of
her award-winning collection of poems published
by Pudding House

of a Scream
6.30 p.m. Friday, March 7, 2008, at the
Barbados Arts Council Gallery,
Pelican Craft Centre, Bridgetown
RSVP regrets only: Tel. 425-3270

Perhaps it began
with the long walk to the Utica Avenue Station
book-bag riding hip high
the rhythm of her shoes
slamming dull
pavement home…

Chinese Pianist Di Wu appears in concert at
the Prince Cave Auditorium
District A Police Station St Michael on March 15th at 7.30pm.
Admission: Adults $50 & Students (under 18) $30
Tickets available at A and B Music Supplies ? Sheraton and Wildey

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