To commemorate the re-election of Governor Albert Bryan Jr. and Lt. Governor Tregenza Roach, three days of activities will be open to the public free of charge starting January 2. announced by the Governor’s Inaugural Commission.
Tickets to the Inaugural Ball in St. Thomas on January 2nd and in St. Croix on January 4th are free, but will be available on a first-come, first-served basis from noon on Monday, December 26 until all spaces are filled. increase. , the committee said in a press release announcing the event.
For ball ticket reservations and more information, visit inaugurationvi23.com.
In St. Thomas, a formal swearing-in ceremony followed by a military parade will begin at 10:30 a.m. on January 2 at the Emancipation Garden, according to a release. A reception will be held at Fort Christian at 2:00 PM, followed by the Legacy Inaugural Ball at Yacht Haven Grande at 7:00 PM.
Shuttle service will be provided from the Schneider Regional Medical Center and Fort Christian parking lots to the Evening Gala.
At noon on January 3, St. John’s will welcome the Governor and Lieutenant Governor at Frank Powell Sr. Park on Cruz Bay, followed by a reception at Meida’s Gardens at 2:00 PM.
On January 4th, the St. Croix event kicks off in Frederiksted with a military parade at 11am and a ceremony at Budhoe Park at noon. The open house at the Arthur Abel Complex is at 2:00 PM. The first ball at 8pm will be held at Polo Grounds, Estate Cane Gardens and Christiansted, according to the release.
The official swearing-in ceremony on January 2 will be broadcast live from St. Thomas by WTJXTV at 10:30 am on several radio stations, facebook.com/bryanroach2022, youtube@bryanroach2022 and Government Access Cable TV Channel 27.
Due to limited seating, all church services on each island are invite-only, but several radio stations, facebook.com/bryanroach2022, youtube@bryanroach2022, and government-access cable TV channel 27 have reported: will be broadcast live on : January 2nd at 8am, St. Peter and Paul Cathedral, St. Thomas. 9:00 am on January 3, Our Lady of Mount Carmel Church, St. John. January 4th at 9:00 am at St. Patrick’s Church of St. Croix.