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Keeping Our Cultural Heritage Alive

  • Written by  Velma Hamilton
Keeping Our Cultural Heritage Alive

The Tivoli Drummers are inviting you to join them in their efforts at preserving and promoting Grenada’s cultural heritage. 

Established since 1995, the group has performed nationally, regionally and internationally. They hosted in excess of twelve Drum Festivals, tours to Cuba, Canada, Trinidad, Guyana to name a few, promoting Grenada and the drumming culture. At home, they have led many cultural programmes and activities with schools, communities, private and public organizations in their effort to build communities and preserve our nation’s traditions. 

To date, the group has in excess of forty members including children as young as four years of age.

In 2015, the Tivoli Drummers launched the construction of a cultural centre in Tivoli, St Andrew and to date, have completed both the foundation and the roof. They want to complete the centre this year with washroom facilities, a museum and a performing stage. 

The company anticipates that neighboring communities and Grenada in general, would benefit from the centre culturally, economically and from their year-round cultural activities, workshops and professional performances.

With this goal in mind, the Tivoli Drummers are inviting members of the public, companies and institutions to join them in making their centre a distinguishable one and to share the benefits of this effort. 

The Tivoli Drummers would welcome donations which are monetary and/or material to assist them in moving forward. If you would like to assist directly please make contributions to Tivoli Drummers Building fund at Grenada Cooperative Bank Ltd. Account number 311000398 or swift account GROAGDGD

 A copy of their proposal for the project is available by phoning Livingston Nelson on 409 1057.

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