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Performing artistes include Eric Wainaina, Aaron Rimbui, Chris Adwar and The Villagers.
Special guest Baaba Maal from Senegal.
A weekend with over 100 craft, fashion and lifestyle stalls offering great talent and originality. A colorful and versatile collection of products and accessories.
Shop till you drop and watch stunning fashion shows, chill out and have fun with great live music.
Certainly catering to every taste and style, come join us for a great day out!
To book a stall, write to email@example.com
Call for Entries: Designers who wish to partake in Swahili Fashion Week Kenya set for Apr. 5 2014 @ Crowne Plaza Hotel
Swahili Fashion Week East and Central Africa’s leading fashion week is back for the second time with the Swahili Fashion Week Kenya. This year it is set to take center stage on 5th April 2014 at Crowne Plaza Hotel, Nairobi.
Are you a designer who would like to showcase at Swahili Fashion Week Kenya?
If so go to Swahili Fashion Week Website and download the application form.
Entries should be submitted by February 28, 2014
Find more info on their Facebook Page
This February 20th, 2-5pm at Shalom House, Craft Afrika will be talking all about craft fairs with the names behind the best of them in Nairobi:
- Kealleigh Bell- Ngong Racecourse Christmas Fair
– Caroline Mbindyo- Bizarre Bazaar Craft Festival
– Lynette Anderson- Nairobi Fashion Market
– Claire Niala- Waldorf Eco Fair
Take a break from work and come through to the ONLY such networking forum for crafters! Share ideas and information, exchange resources and learn from the best in the craft fair business.
PLUS we are giving you an opportunity to show and tell. If you have a product that you would like to get feedback on- this is your chance! Indeed, given how busy these four ladies are, this is an opportunity you DO NOT want to miss.
Register here for free
This one day sale is your perfect opportunity to buy an affordable art piece from your favorite artist as well as get that special person a gift they will treasure for a long time to come. Art is a way of expressing how we feel.
Show you’re loved how you feel this valentine by buying them an exceptional gift from our line-up of vendors who include Micheal Soi, Rift Valley Leather, Sidai Jewellery, Craft Afrika, Mali ya Mali, Wazawazi, Adorn Me and many more.
There will be various activities for one to join in such making of hand- made cards, order your portraits done by our skilled artists , purchase engraved glass from a master glass artist, have your photos taken by professionals in our one of a kind photo booth and get them custom framed.
Date: Saturday 8th February 2014
Venue: Kuona Trust
Time: 10 am – 4pm
Also, enjoy good music, food and drinks as you encounter a unique shopping experience.
December 14-15, 2013
Venue: Wilson Airport, Langata Road
Tickets: Adults – Kshs 1500 daily ticket and Kids under 12 – Kshs 500
Parking available at Uhuru Gardens
Building on a rich tradition from Kenya’s first air show in Kitale in 1956, through the Caltex Air Shows of the mid 1990’s, to the largest public show in 2002 with more than fifteen thousand spectators; the 2013 Kenya Air Show Festival will be an impressive showcase of achievement by our aviators and aviation industry over the last fifty years.
Soaking up the festival atmosphere, the Air Show promises the anticipated more than twenty thousand spectators a memorable experience, with sensational performances from The Kenyan Air Force, helicopters, skydivers and a raft of private and commercial pilots.
The Air Show Festival Village will include static aircraft and custom car displays, a children’s games area, exhibitions, a food court and fun, entertainment and culture for the whole family For many Kenyans the Air Show is fondly remembered as Kenya’s most exciting spectacle and greatest family outing. This year’s Kenya Air Show Festival promises to be the most spectacular yet.
For more info. visit http://kenyaairshowfestival.com/
Find more info on the Embassy of Brazil in Nairobi Facebook Page
3rd Edition of the Osotua Creative Collective Craft Fair bringing together 12 innovative craftsmen, designers and social entrepreneurs at the most charming craft fair Nairobi can offer.
Featuring the likes of…
Kapoeta by Ambica – Couture Featherworks
Unbound Ether Silks – One-of-a-kind silk garments
Sea Garden – Crystal Healing and Alternative Therapy
Silverworks by Njee – Silver cutlery adornments
Chilli Mango – Kanga hoddies, wicked graphic tees
Otenge by Pauline – Kitenge Earrings and other goodies
Kradle Kreations – Knitwear & warm fuzzy baby apparel
Pink Impala – Unique twist to interior decor and accessories
Michelle Verwiel – Innovative belts & necklaces made from recycled metal fused with suede and leather
Shangilia -Leatherworks by Lucy Cameron
Pink Bush – Eclectic Jewelry
Kenya Bamboo Centre – Bamboo Furniture and Crafts by Kibera based CBO using Bamboo as a renewable resource
& Metal and Boneworks by Steve – recycled brass, aluminum, horn and bone supporting youth in Kibera
& Featuring the sustainable Community Based Project
Ruby Cup – Menstrual Cup
If you don’t know the area, here is the google map link. Make sure you follow spring valley road until you reach 93B
Battle of the Tees is a one day extravaganza aimed at promoting local arts with a focus on T-shirt designs and designers. Whether your preference is a simple chic tee or one of an uber ethnic variety, come check out what hidden gems are on offer at Black Cotton on the 16th of February.
Have a drink at our Cocktail Bar while you mingle and survey fun and exciting T-shirt Designs.
ELECTRIQUE DJ’S &
THE BEAT PARADE BAND
Spoken word and poetry corner
*VIP Section by Brew Bistro Bar & Lounge*
The German Charity Christmas Bazaar
when: Saturday 1st December 9-6 pm
where: German Embassy on Riverside drive, 113
The Embassy of Italy in Kenya is pleased to inform you that on November 15th a presentation of “Italian Excellence” in various fields of activity will take place at the Intercontinental Hotel in Nairobi from 10 am to 1 p.m.
Date: Thursday 15th November 2012, from 10 am to 1 pm
Venue: Intercontinental Hotel, Nairobi
Presenters: Ambassador Paola Imperiale, Minister Charity Ngilu, Dr. Aly-Khan Satchu and many more.
Presentation: Best of Italy in Kenya Presentation
Entry: confirm your attendance firstname.lastname@example.org
The country presentation will be divided in different panels moderated by Mr Aly-Khan Satchu.
The event covers 3 main areas:
I Panel – Italian Productive System
II Panel – Italian Cultural Heritage
III Panel – Italian Presence in Kenya
In this Fall Edition, NFM supports Breast Cancer Awareness Month by teaming up with APA Insurance and Nairobi Women’s Hospital to create a “Health Camp” at the event. Come help us support this cause. As is customary, NFM will host over 90 exhibitors from all genre of fashion and lifestyle, ethnic modern and exotic.
Fashion Shows: Kaveke, Zaramu, Sarakaray, AfroStreet Kollections, Tots to Teens, Wangujeans, Yaka Yeke, Tujipambe, A la Mode Africa.
Entertainment: Live music by Ricky Nanjero & Marafiki. Saturday evening performance by “Shinde” formerly of the group Tatu. Also featuring sultry trio Kijani.
A Great Day Out: Chill Out Zones, Food and Drink. Shark Energy Drink introducing Shark Bars. New Fun Arcade with Bouncy castles, trampoline, quad bikes, Wii games, pool tables, pony rides and rodeo bulls.
5 Over Community Cricket Tournament
with Murfy’s Flaw, Entertainment & Vendor Market | All Day
@ Karura Forest | OPEN TO PUBLIC
For centuries, sports fields around the world have been bringing together players from different races, genders, ages and classes. Sporting events are participatory and SAMOSA uses sports as a powerful tool to bring about inclusiveness, confidence, leadership and cooperation.
Sporting activities have also brought individuals and communities together and have helped to bridge ethnic and cultural divides, promote social integration and foster tolerance. Sporting competitions have also helped to reduce tension and generate dialogue in some instances.
Sport teaches the value of effort and how to manage victory, as well as defeat. When the convening powers of sports are emphasized, sport becomes a powerful vehicle through which the SAMOSA message can be actualized.
The SAMOSA 2012 Sports program will focus on bringing people of all backgrounds together on the playing field to celebrate one of society’s most important activity – Play!
Rock n’BBQ with Murfy’s Flaw
Five time Battle of the Bands winners Murfy’s Flaw makes its debut in the wider community at SAMOSA in 2012. A mostly all girl band, Murfy’s Flaw are Reema, Punky Monkey, Jojo, Jozie, Njeri and the band’s only male member – the indomitable Number Nine.
Nairobi’s most famous and popular alternative rock band will thrill SAMOSA fans and the audience in the evening, as they relax and wind down after a day of enlivening sporting activities.
The organisers are currently signing up designers and vendors to showcase and sell their wares at the Kitenge Festival, happening on 20th October @ the Village Market. Get in touch with them directly if interested to be part of it.
It’s time to revamp your library!
Kenya Museum Society invites you for this year’s second hand book sale.
When: Fri 7 & Sat 8 September 2012 – not on Sunday 9 September as previously communicated in the title of this post.
Time: 10am – 4pm on both days.
Place: Nairobi National Museum
Contact Dorothy or Lucy 0724 255 299
Tel: 2339158 or 3743808
The East Africa Designer Gift, Home and Fashion Accessories Fair, Jul. 25-29 2012 @ the Village Market
For additional information visit their event page
Bizarre Bazaar Summer Craft Fair 2012 is back at Karura Forest for the second year.
when: Saturday 23rd June – Sunday 24th June 10am to 6pm daily
Daily entry charges: Adults – Kshs 300 Under 18′s – Kshs 100
for more information: http://www.bizbazevents.com/craft-fairs/bizarre-bazaar-summer-craft-fair-2012/