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Bryan Mackintosh known around the world as Bryan Max started a charity drive three years ago to provide Christmas cheer to children at St. Cuthbert’s Primary School located just off the Linden Highway in Guyana.
Get your 2014 Handmade Christmas Cards from talented Guyanese Claire Ann Goring, Artist and Cultural Director
Claire Coring was, born in Guyana and works out of her studio in Canarsie, Brooklyn, New York.
Claire Goring’s talent and commitment to promoting and preserving the culture of her homeland Guyana has been the inspiration for many of the projects she has undertaken.
Niketa Barker at 24 years old is two years away from attaining her Degree in Medicine & Surgery (MBBS) from the University of Guyana however; this regal beauty is not all about the books, in fact she is a philanthropist, children’s advocate and an award winning model in runway and print.
Bing Serrão & the Rambers a Guyanese band based in the Toronto Canada metropolitan area has released five new videos.
The Ramblers started around 1950 in Georgetown, British Guiana and moved to Toronto Canada in 1964.
The first annual Diwali celebration under the auspices of the Embassy of Guyana in Washington, DC, was held last Saturday at the Murugan Temple in Lanham, Maryland.
A Partnership for National Unity (APNU) takes this opportunity to once more extend felicitations and best wishes to our Hindu brothers and sisters and the people of Guyana generally as we observe yet another Deepavali National Holiday.
On the auspicious occasion of Diwali, the Alliance For Change extends greetings to all our Hindu brothers and sisters. This is a time of great religious significance in the Hindu calendar commemorating the return of Lord Rama after he had spent 14 years in exile.
Sat, 10/25/2014 - 17:00 - 21:00
The Embassy of Guyana invites all Guyanese to the “Festival of Lights – Celebrating Diwali through the Performing Arts”
Demerara Gold, a one-woman show written by and featuring Ingrid Griffith, is the story of a 7-year old girl in Guyana whose parents get visas to America and must leave her in the care of her two grandmothers.
New York, July 18, 2014 - Guyana Cultural Association of New York, Inc. (GCA) is inviting Guyanese at home and in the diaspora to take time over the weekend to submit nominations for the 2014 Awards. The annual Awards Ceremony launches the Folk Festival season.