St Kitts and Nevis to celebrate Labour Day, launches calendar

St Kitts and Nevis: Labour Day, also known as International Workers’ Day, is celebrated annually on May 1 to honour the contributions and achievements of workers around the world. St Kitts and Nevis Prime Minister, Dr Terrance M. Drew, is planning to organize the ‘Labour Weekend Celebration 2023.’ 

St Kitts and Nevis: Labour Day, also known as International Workers’ Day, is celebrated annually on May 1 to honour the contributions and achievements of workers around the world. St Kitts and Nevis Prime Minister, Dr Terrance M. Drew, is planning to organize the ‘Labour Weekend Celebration 2023.’ 

During the Labour Weekend Celebration, other ministries like the St Kitts and Nevis Cabinet, Community Leader, and the citizens of St Kitts and Nevis. They also organized the pre-labour meeting in their respective constituencies between April 20 to 30, 2023. 

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Prime Minister Dr Terrance Drew shared the scheduled events, which are going to start next weekend, from April 21 to May 28.

The dates for Pre Labour Day Meetings have been slated as follows:

Pre Labour-Day 1: Constituency 6 – April 20 

Pre Labour-Day 2: Constituency 7 – April 23 

Pre Labour-Day 3: Constituency 8 – April 27

Pre Labour-Day 4: Constituency 1 – April 28 

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Pre Labour-Day 5: Constituency 5 – April 30 

The schedule of events for ‘Labour Weekend Celebration 2023’ is as follows: 

April 21 – The name of the event is On the Block (Basseterre)

April 28 – The event will be Ms Labour Mini Motorcade (Basseterre)

April 29 – The day will mark the staging of the Labour Queen Show (Carnival Village) on this day 

April 30 – The name of the event is Wreath Laying Ceremony (Dieppe Bay, St Pauls, St Peters and Springfield)

May 1 – The event will be Labour Day Parade (Patsy Allers Playing Field)

May 20-21 – The event is the day that will mark the staging of Conference 2023 

May 28 – Requiem Mass (CS)

In the Pre Labour-Day meetings, where all the ministers were present, and then they held the meeting with the country residents in order to know their problems and worries about their future and if they needed something.  

On April 27, Prime Minister Drew will be leading a meeting in Constituency 8, which is known to be the biggest and most varied constituency in the country. All citizens of the twin-island nation are cordially invited by the Prime Minister to join in the upcoming meetings and festivities hosted by the Labour Party. 

The Labour Party’s accomplishments in advancing the country’s overall progress will be commemorated during these celebrations.