Liburd, who is also the party’s Chairman, is gearing up to host a series of activities in the district, starting this Sunday, 19th January, 2014 when they will worship at the Wesley Methodist Church on Seaton Street, Basseterre.
One notable event planned for the celebrations is the opening of a new constituency office for the representative.
The week of events will also include a church service, conference, a Love Bus Campaign, sporting competitions and visits to the shut-ins. There will also be a groundbreaking ceremony for a new Family Park in New Road, St. Peters.
Her colleagues in the Labour party and Cabinet, including Prime Minister Dr. Denzil Douglas are expected to join her for the activities organized by her Constituency Branch.
Saturday 25th January will mark four years since Liburd was elected to represent the people of Central Basseterre after soundly defeating the then PAM candidate Roy Flemming in the 2010 elections.
The full programme of events released is as follows:
The Church Service will be held on Sunday 19th January at the Wesley Methodist Church at 9 a.m.
A visit to the Sick and Shut-in in Central Basseterre takes place on Monday 20th and on Tuesday 21st, Primary School Tennis competition at The Gardens Playing Field at 3:00 pm and the Domino Competition (Spanish Community) at 6:00 pm.
On Wednesday 22nd there is the Ground Breaking Ceremony of the New Road Family Park at 4:45 p, m. and on Thursday 23rd, a Basketball Competition at Dorset Park at 6:00 p.m.
The Opening of the Central Basseterre Constituency Office at Central Street is planned at 4:30 p.m. for Friday 24th January.
On Saturday 25th January, the Love Bus Campaign starts at Masses House at 1 p.m. and the week culminates on Sunday 26th with a Central Basseterre Constituency Conference.