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Contributions invited for Nobel Laureate Week 2016

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Saint Lucian noble Nobel Laureate Derek Walcott.

Saint Lucian noble Nobel Laureate Derek Walcott.

PRESS RELEASE – The Nobel Laureate Week Committee (NLWC) begins meetings to discuss Nobel Laureate Week 2016 activities this week. Every year the Committee has the task of creating events that celebrateSaint Lucia’s Nobel Laureates Sir William Arthur Lewis and Hon Derek Walcott.

Invitations have always been extended to members of the public, at home and abroad, to submit ideas on events they’d like to see produced or they’d like to produce.

As the Week approaches its 23rd year, the Committee now repeats this invitation earlier than usual to stimulate thoughts and encourage participation.  Nobel Laureate Week 2016 will be celebrated from 17-23 January.

Chairperson of the Committee, Governor General, Her Excellency Dame Pearlette Louisy,  reminds participants that all ideas must be submitted under the general theme Celebrating Excellence.

Ideas and activities can be from the spoken word, dance, song, exhibitions and may use any medium. Prior to submission ideas can be discussed with the NLWC co-ordinator Delia Doloron (758) 452 3060 and (758) 485 3060 or emailed to [email protected] The deadline for submissions is 30 October 2015.

Far guidance, the Nobel Laureate Week 2015 Programme is posted on Facebook page Nobel Laureate Week: Saint Lucia.  The Nobel Laureate Week 2015 programme can also be requested via Facebook or email.

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