by the Turks and Caicos Hotel & Tourism Association
Top things to do in November…
1) 1st Annual Caribbean Food and Wine Festival
The first-ever Caribbean Food & Wine Festival will take place on November 4 – 5, 2011 in Providenciales. The weekend of activities will also include the 5th annual Gourmet Safari which will take place on Saturday, November 5 from 5pm.
Friday, November 4 – A book signing event featuring Divya Gugnani and cocktails from the esteemed Infiniti Bar at Grace Bay Club. Following the reception, guests will enjoy a 5-course meal complete with wine pairings at the resort,prepared by Guest Chef Beau MacMillan . A cigar and rum tasting will follow for those who wish to opt for a nightcap and late night dancing.
Saturday, November 5 – Guests are invited to attend a Tasting Seminar from 11am to 3pm at The Veranda Resort and Residences. The tasting event will feature a selection of the participating islands’ best chocolates, cheeses, seafood and meats accompanied by fine wines in 45-minute sessions.
The 5th Annual Gourmet Safari will take place on Saturday, November 5 from 5pm to 12am. The evening will commence with welcome drinks hosted by Krave at The Estate at Grace Bay Club. Guests will then proceed to enjoy appetizers at Coyaba restaurant created by Chefs Paul Newman and Martin Davies. Guests will then head over to the Seven restaurant at Seven Stars.
Diners will then be escorted to Parallel 23 at The Regent Palms for a tropically-inspired meat course. The Gourmet Safari will close with dessert and cigars at The Gansevoort’s Bagatelle restaurant: island sophistication at its best!
Visit www.tcigourmetsafari.com for more information and to reserve your spot.
2) PCH’s Music Extravaganza- Taking you back!
Join PCH for the annual Provo Children’s Home & Sandals Foundation fund raising event that features wonderful food, beverages, a great location and fantastic entertainment on Saturday, 5th November at 7pm at Beaches’ Treasure Island.
This year we are spanning the decades from the 1950′s up to the 1990′s, so come along and get in the mood by dressing up as Elvis, one of the Beatles, Madonna, Michael Jackson or your personal favourite.
All proceeds will go to the Provo Children’s Home.
Tickets on sale now at Finishing Touch (Grace Bay Court), Yoshi’s Sushi (Salt Mills), Adventurescape (Caribbean Place), Top of the Cove Deli (across from Suzi Turn) and the Ed Gartland Youth Center downtown).
Email: or call: Candie – 649 332-1609, Angela – 649 231-0670 or Tracey – 649 244-2694
3) TCSPCA Beach Barbeque
The Turks and Caicos Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals presents a Beachfront Barbeque and Bonfire at Bay Bistro on Thursday, November 10, 2011!
Make it a family night and come enjoy great company, great food and lots of fun for all. Tickets are $40 per person and the event starts at 7pm.
Tickets are on sale at the TCSPCA offices. Contact 649 941-8846 for more information.
4) “Middle Caicos Exposed” Exhibit
Plan a day trip to the beautiful island of Middle Caicos and experience the “Middle Caicos Exposed” exhibit of stunning black & white photographs capturing the lifestyle and dignity of the island. Unique pieces of Siri White’s art will be on display at the Conch Bar Community Centre for a four day show starting November 16.
You wouldn’t want to miss it, so contact the concierge department at your hotel for travel arrangements to Middle Caicos!
5) 8th Annual Turks and Caicos Conch Festival
“Conch-etition” is heating up! Enjoy another year of local celebrations at the 8th Annual Turks and Caicos Conch Festival on Saturday, November 26, 2011 on the beach in Blue Hills, Providenciales.
This one-of-a-kind beach side festival is for tourists and locals alike to celebrate the islands’ most famous delicacy, historical icon, and number one export. Great food, live music, games and contests for all ages and you get a chance to pick the best conch dish in all of the islands.
For more information visit www.conchfestival.com.