The Moruga Museum will be celebrating its first anniversary on Sunday 30th November 2014. The celebration will be in the Street of Grand Chemin, Moruga in front of the Museum. Starting at 1 o’clock. The celebration will entail, greetings and addresses from the Various Ministers, representative from the consulate or their respective Ambassador. Cultural songs, dance, and greeting from the indigenous peoples. The first nations peoples, the east Indian community, the African community the Merikin heritage peoples and address by the Honorium Prince of Moruga. A special display of artifacts and items will be showcased on the day Indigenous to the peoples of Moruga. The celebration is important to reflect and celebrate the Achievements of the Museum over the past year, the Discoveries, the research, the growth of the Collection and the number of visits from schools and universities internationally,the pride of the people of Moruga and finally the educational programs designed by the museum for the children in the Schools. It is again with great pleasure we will celebrate the great leaps accomplished within the last year.
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