The final event has been planned for Friday 16th November, at Independence Square, when students from schools throughout St. Kitts take part in the closing drama presentations.
The day is being dubbed, Drama Day, and will feature the schools combining for what is expected to be a thought provoking production of creativity and talent that will feature drama in its various expressions.
The activity which starts at 9:00am on Friday is one of several events planned for the week which will officially open on Sunday 11t November with an address by Minister of Education and Information Nigel Carty.
Also scheduled for the week are talks in schools, tag day and poetry competitions all with a view of raising awareness among youth to society’s social ills.
Mr. Byron said he hoped the activity would become an annual event serving two purposes which include a rebirth of excitement for the arts and its valuable benefits as well as a vehicle for messages that youth need to learn.
He added that the youths have been working feverishly in preparation for the week’s activities and competitions and that the planning committee anticipates a successful event.