The Leeward Islands Calypso Committee (the Committee) has become aware of media reports and comments by various individuals concerning the conduct of the Leeward Island Calypso Monarch Competition held on Saturday 6th August 2011 at the Landsome Bowl. The nature of these comments are centered around the conduct of the Emcee and the perception that the judging was unfair. As a result, the Committee deems it necessary to make a statement for the record.
The Anguilla Archeological & Historical Society (AAHS) has set up a display for ancient Indian Artifacts and medallions from the El Buen Consejo.
The display is for one day only at the Soroptimist Day Care Center.
It’ll be held on July 26th 2011 and starts at 7:00pm.
Experts will be there to present and share stories behind the relics.
Anguilla is now home for one of the premiere cycling competitions, the John T. Memorial Cycling Race. John Thomas, who the cycle race is held in honour of, was one of the first cyclists in Anguilla.
For the past 12 years, this race has been a one day event. Starting this year, it spreads over two days- July 16th to 17th.