That is because Students from the 6 districts are showcasing their talents in Music, Dance, and Drama. The week of performances started on Monday May 18th with official opening ceremonies and Jamboree at Bird’s Isle in Belize City.
The official ceremonies began at 10 a.m with Ms. Diane Haylock, President of NICH addressing the congregate along with other speakers like Mr. Joseph Stamp. Some outstanding students were awarded certificate of achievement for work in Art.
The Jamboree has the students making some joyful noise to the performances from students at Gulisi Community, Gwen Lizarraga High School Marching Band, Lirahuñu Satuye Dance Company, San Jose Nuevo Palmar Dance Group, and Noe Agrida (Poet).
The audience also had the opportunity to view displays from various organizations and were actively engaged in creating their own work of art with the Department of Youth Services from Belmopan.
If you have not seen top-a-top-a talents then you have to head to the bliss for only $3.00 adults and $1.00 per child you will get the entertainment of your life with soothing voices of our powerhouse children and flexible moves from our youngsters.
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