Traditional kite making alive in Guyana • Caribbean Life


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Rotarian Janice Hall from New Jersey, hands over funds to Georgetown City Counsellor, Malcolm Ferriera. The donation went towards kite-making material. The kite frames were donated by local joiners.

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The Easter season got off to a fun start for children of Albouystown, Georgetown, when Guyanese from the diaspora volunteered their skills during a kite-making workshop to keep the cultural tradition alive.

Rotarian Janice Hall, who traveled from New Jersey, made a donation towards the purchase of kite-making material and snacks, while putting a smile on the faces of the children, many who never had the opportunity to participate in the pastime.

Hall said kite making is a wonderful tradition that is…

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