Attempted Break-Ins At FRC, Silver Shadow Performing Arts Academy

- Advertisement -

Two cultural organizations which have been at the vanguard of cultural development and preservation, the Monsignor Patrick Anthony Folk Research Centre(FRC) and the Silver Shadow Dance Academy, have been the victims of two attempted break-ins within the span of two weeks.

The two organizations which are housed in the Intramacs building, formerly home of the Monroe College, are engaged in documentation, research education and training.

They do not keep cash on their premises.

The FRC is presently in the process of rebuilding its archives following the fire which destroyed its premises and archival holdings at Mount Pleasant, in order to ensure that present and future generations fully understand and appreciate the tremendous richness and value of our culture.

- Advertisement -

The management of the FRC and the Silver Shadow Dance Academy denounce the behavior of the individuals behind these attempted break-ins and is appealing to the members of public to assist in the collective safeguarding of their places of operations and the valuable archives and records which they keep for use by the public.

Our wealth is rooted in our people, research and documentation, which we freely share with all without discrimination. We would like to do so for present and future generations.

Source: Monsignor Patrick Anthony Folk Research Centre. Headline photo: Internet stock image.

- Advertisement -
Editorial Staff
Editorial Staff
Our Editorial Staff at St. Lucia Times is a team publishing news and other articles to over 200,000 regular monthly readers in Saint Lucia and in over 150 other countries worldwide.


  1. Vengeance is mine says the LORD.
    I will repay them according to their acts and deeds.
    But those who practice deceit, evils will never quite in their tents.

  2. Says the LORD :
    When ever I would heal 🇱🇨 St-Lucia, the sins of them are expose and the crimes of them are expose.
    They practice deceit, thieves break into houses.
    The bandits rob in the streets but they do not realize that I remember all their evil deeds-their sins engulf them, they are always before me.
    When a land falls into the hands of the wicked,he blind fold the judges.
    If it is not he,then who is it ?
    Their day are swifter than a runner,and fly away whithout a glimpse of joy.

  3. As much as I hate to say this – just like you set traps for foxes and animal predators you need to set serious traps for these malvatayes – clearly their whole purpose and agenda for living is to steal and destroy. It appears that rehabilitation for those who live to do harm is out of the question – it’s going from bad to worst.

  4. Government Just have to Hire arm Security Guards and Shoot these Thugs on Sight. Why should Individuals Choose to Committ this offence.This is really bad

  5. I go make a call to my Haitian people for these vagabonds. Seriously when you see them sit by the road side smiling wide 24/7..365days don’t cry for them.


Please enter your comment!
Please enter your name here


Subscribe to our St. Lucia Times Newsletter

Get our headlines emailed to you every day.

WATCH: Driver Escapes Unscathed After Vehicle Bursts Into FlamesRead
+ +
Send this to a friend