Tuesday June 3, at 5:30pm
The studio of celebrated architect
and sculptor Santiago Calatrava,
711 Park Avenue (69th Street)
Cocktails, Discussion and Q&A with Tina and former NYC Parks Commissioner Adrian Benepe, hosted by the Municipal Art Society. Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis’s lasting New York City legacy, was be the centerpiece of a special patron’s cocktail party. Moderated by the author and syndicated Washington Post columnist Marguerite Kelly Private, by invitation only.
Thursday May 15, at 7pm
Barnes & Noble, 150 East 86th Street
Tina shines the light on Jackie O’s life lessons and leadership abilities. What were the unique qualities that made her such a compelling and forceful figure? Open to the public
and Book Signing:
Wednesday May 7 (5:30pm cocktails, 6pm panel)
Roosevelt House, 47-49 East 65th Street
Hosted by Roosevelt House at Hunter College, the panel discussion was moderated by popular columnist Liz Smith. Featuring a number of “What Jackie Taught Us” essay contributors, it included Declan Kiely, The Morgan Library literary and historical manuscripts department head; Kent Barwick, Municipal Art Society president emeritus; and actor and activist Malachy McCourt. Tina joined the panel as well.