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October 12, 2009

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October 5, 2009

2009 Cast of I Hyarima showcases combination of new and seasoned talent

I Hyarima the Eintou Springer play which celebrates the legacy of Nepoio warrior chief Hyarima debuts this year with an entirely new cast This new version of Hyarima will be mounted at 730pm on October 16th at the National Museum and Art Gallery in Port of Spain
September 28, 2009

Obelisk team works with Amerindian community for Amerindian Heritage Day

At Obelisk we have the privilege of working with the Amerindian community to commemorate Amerindian Heritage Day on October 14th This date is significant for the victory of Nepuyo warrior in raising San Jose de Aruna to the ground
September 21, 2009

Eintou Springer trains Library Staff in Caribbeana

Eintou Pearl Springer will be the lead Idakeda consultant for a training workshop in Caribbeana later this month The workshop which runs for two days targets library staff who interface with members of the public looking for information on various aspects of Caribbean History Literature and Culture
September 14, 2009

Primary School Teachers receive orientation for Story Telling Programme

Idakeda continues to set the pace in the area of culturaleducation in Trinidad and Tobago Primary school principals from a number of schools in the Port of Spain area recently enjoyed a lively and informative orientation session for a new storytelling programme being spearheaded by our organisation the first time in the history of this country that this has been done
September 7, 2009

Obelisk Communications builds client base

In the month of September Obelisk Communications will provide a range of communication solutions to a new client At Obelisk a member of the Idakeda Group we offer traditional Strategic Corporate Communications and Marketing services We specialise in Cultural Events Management and Community Enrichment Programmes
August 31, 2009

Eintou Springer spearheads first ever African Spiritual Coming of Age ceremony in TT

In many communities the transition to the teenage years represents an important shift from childhood to the beginnings of adulthoodFor the first time in Trinidad and Tobago this transition was marked by an Orisha influenced ceremony conceptualised and made possible through the efforts of cultural icon Eintou Pearl Springer
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