National Trust hosts Parang on Nelson Island
The National Trust of Trinidad and Tobago will host its third annual Ponche de Crème and Parang on Nelson Island on Saturday 8th December 2018 from 3:00pm to 6:30pm at the Nelson Island Heritage Site. Patrons will be serenaded by “sweet soca man” Baron, Los Sonidos and Los Alumnos de San Juan and receive a complimentary glass of Ponche de Crème, local delicacies and a tour of the Nelson Island Heritage Site.
Nelson Island is a heritage site that has a diverse history. It was a quarantine station for the East Indians during Indentureship; the site of Tubal Uriah Butler’s incarceration during World War II; the detainment centre for the Black Power Revolutionaries in 1970 and has the oldest roofed building in continuous use which was built in 1802.
Tickets for Ponche de Crème and Parang on Nelson Island cost $350.00 for members and $400.00 for non-members and are available at the National Trust of Trinidad and Tobago’s office, 68-70 Sackville Street, Port of Spain; San Fernando Water Taxi Terminal and the Port of Spain Water Taxi Terminal.
For further details about the event please contact the National Trust of Trinidad and Tobago at 225-4750, Fax: 226-1008 or email: email@example.com.