On Saturday, 4th February, six young ladies drawn from the two government-owned secondary schools will vie for the title of Ms. Teen Hospitality in a pageant staged at the Nevis Cultural Centre at 8:00pm.
A Church Service at the Taylor Memorial Wesleyan Holiness Church, Charlestown on Sunday, 5th February at 10:00am will form part of the program, followed later in the afternoon by Horse racing at the Indian Castle Race Track.
On Monday, 6th February, the official Tourism Week Address will be delivered on local radio at 8:00am, on Choice Community Radio, and at 8:30am there will be Talks in Schools focused on the theme being used for the celebration: “Tourism: Linking Generations, Bridging Cultures”,
An Art Exhibition and Sale opens on the same day at the Nevisian Artisan Village, and will run through Friday, 10th February, 8:00am – 4:00pm daily.
The Nevis Tourism Youth Congress will host a Panel Discussion, moderated by Clayticia Daniel, the reigning Junior Minister in Tourism. During the Panel Discussion the students will be asked: “As Junior Minister of Tourism what two types of Tourism will you pursue to develop Tourism in Nevis”? The event will be held at the Nevis Cultural Centre at 10:00am on Tuesday, 7th February.
Wednesday, 8th February, will see the Annual Primary Schools Quiz Competition sponsored by the award-winning Nisbet Plantation Beach Club at the Nevis Cultural Centre at 10:00am.
The Tourism Week Awards Ceremony and Dinner will take place at the Nisbet Plantation Beach Club on Thursday, 9th February, and a Night of the Stars Concert at the Cultural Centre at 7:30pm on Friday, 10th February.
Saturday, 11th February, the action moves to The Gingerland Public Market for the Tourism Cultural Day, Sporting Event and Extempo Competition from 11:00am.
Activities celebrating Tourism Week 2012 climax on Sunday, 12th February, with Horse Racing at the Indian Castle Race Track.