This event is free to the public and is also a benefit to raise funds for the Louise Bennett All-Age School in Gordon Town, Jamaica. Your donations will be used to supplement the material and equipment needs of the school
Celebrate Miss Lou's birthday with a donation in her honor. Donations help supplement material and equipment needs of the Louise Bennett All-Age School in Gordon Town, Jamaica. The Council also provides scholarships to outstanding students in theatre at the Edna Manley College in Kingston, Jamaica.
Both link straight to the event - no registration required.
The Louise Bennett-Coverley Heritage Council is a Section 501(c) (3) charitable organization. All donations are deemed tax-deductible absent any limitations on deductibility applicable to a particular taxpayer. No goods or services were provided in exchange for your contribution.
THE LOUISE BENNETT-COVERLEY
HERITAGE COUNCIL (FL) INC.
Fabulous concert featuring the Jamaican Folk Singers with Colin Smith and Musicians, Joan Andrea Hutchinson, Malachi Smith and Maxine Osbourne at the Coral Springs Arts Center, Coral Springs, Fl. - Sept 7,2019.
Don Parchment photos
Cheers and Applause Greet Unveiling of Miss Lou Statue
There were loud cheers and spirited applause from the massive crowd, which gathered in Gordon Town Square, St. Andrew on Friday, Sept. 7, to witness the unveiling of a life-size bronze statue in honour of Jamaica’s late cultural icon, Hon. Louise Bennett-Coverley, affectionately called “Miss Lou.”
Celebrating Miss Lou's 100th
As part of the Miss Lou 100th anniversary celebrations,
The Louise Bennett-Coverley Heritage Council (Fla) Inc., commissioned articles on Miss Lou from Jamaican writers living in South Florida for distribution to local Caribbean newspapers.