The National Museum Comes to the Village at Grace Bay

Posted In: Museum News

18 February 2010 – Following years of research and planning, the Turks & Caicos National Museum is about to unveil plans for a major expansion of the National Museum at the Village ataGrace Bay, Providenciales.

This “must attend” event of the year on March 20, 2010, will reveal the concept design by the National Museum and the architects Jeff Lee and John Thomson, from Lee & Astwood Architects, for Providenciales very own branch of the National Museum. This gala fund raising event will include cultural entertainment by David Bowen at the very elegant Regent Palms Resort.

Jacquine Giarratano has volunteered to coordinate and organize this key charity event for the Museum. Jacquine brings training and experience in the Hospitality and Events Industry, in both corporate and private sectors, and her passion for special projects to this charity gala. In collaboration with volunteers David Bowen (Entertainment & Culture), and Gemma Slattery (Fund Raising), Jacquine has assembled a dedicated team who are working with the National Museum and its Board of Trustees to help bring the Museum’s vision for expansion to life.

For more information about the event and the ticket sales please contact Jacquine Giarratano, Charity Volunteer and Event Planner on behalf of the Turks & Caicos National Museum on 242 5056 or Jacquine Giarratano