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8th Annual Arte Con Voz De Mujer Art Exhibition was held inside House of Culture

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Arte Con Voz De Mujer is an event that many young women and adults feature their excellent talent of Art paintings from across the Jewel. This event has been happening ever since before the House of Culture has been Remodeled. It is organized by Miss Debra Wilkes from Corozal House of Culture. She spends countless hours preparing for this event to showcase to the public of Corozalenos.

On March 2, 2018, the Corozal House of Culture presented their 8th Annual Arte Con Voz Art Exhibition. It commenced at 7:30pm with a short ceremony. A small group of Corozalenos sat down to hear the speech of the Art Exhibit displayed inside the Corozal House of Culture. The speech was about how young women can engage in their talents they love to do. 
And, thanking all who participated in this year's annual event. At the end of the speech, cutting of the ribbon was done to finally present to the public what really art means. And, there was some excellent display I really loved seeing while taking …

Xiabe R.C. School held its annual Cultural Show; "Our culture our heritage" is this year's theme

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Xaibe is a small rural settlement in the country of Belize mainly consisting of people from the Yucatec Maya ethnicity. It is located in Corozal District. The name Xaibe literally means 'crossroads'. On March 1st, 2018 the R.C. School from Xaibe Village, Corozal held its annual Cultural Show.  This year's theme was "Our culture our heritage". The Cultural Show commenced at 9am and concluded at 4pm. Businesses and School groups came out: Atlantic Bank, Creole, Garifuna, Mestizo, East Indians, Ketchi Maya, Preschool Yucatec Maya, Smart, Belize bank, BIC, Magil's Mexican Products and Beginners to standard six dance their own show,  And, all the booths I saw had their display about their clothing about which culture they were presenting. 
This year, the school presented the Belizean culture, which is a mix of influences and people from Kriol, Maya, Garinagu (also known as Garifuna), East Indian, Mestizo (a mixture of Spanish and Native Americans), Mennonites who…