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Organized by toto afrika & pwani cycling club
We screen classic and independent films, for movie lovers on our larger than life air screen. Here you get to see the stars under the stars!
This October the 16th, we bring you the 1978 hit flick “Grease” with John Travolta and Olivia Newton John.
A FREE pizza for every ticket bought from Naked Pizza, with amazing bites done by The Lemon Grass Kitchen.
Hope to see you there and bring your kikoy!
Venue: the Elephant
Time: Starting from 7:30pm
Tickets: 1,000 advance and 1,500ksh, at the gate.
For inquiries contact +254 721 860 286
In association with Rainmaker Limited, Open Air Cinema and The Lemon Grass Kitchen.
When: Monday, 13 October 2014; 6-8pm
Where: PAWA 254 Rooftop, Nairobi
Facebook Event: http://tinyurl.com/BBOGVigil
Download EN – Nigeria Vigil Oct 13 Flyer [pdf] for more information.
Date: September 21, 2014
Venue: Kona Baridi
Registration costs : Kenyan – 1000 Ksh / Non Kenyan – 2000 Ksh / children under 15 year – 500 Ksh
Corporate organization, 5 people: profit 25000 Ksh / non profit 15000 Ksh
How to register
Visit us at Nakumatt Junction on 13th and 14th September 2014 or go to http://www.ngongtrail.com and select the registration modality: online registration; mail in / Mpesa payment; cash registration.
You’ll receive the event T-shirt and a runner number on or before the race
Contacts: 0722556989 / 0723712473 / 0727240667, firstname.lastname@example.org | Facebook: Ngong Hills Trail Run
See attached flyer with all the relevant information Ngong Trail Run Poster
The Ngong Trail Run is a naturalistic and wild race organized by World Friends meandering around the undulating landscapes of Ngong on an average altitude of 2100 meters. The income coming from the sponsor and from the registration fees will be used to cover the running cost of the trail run.
The proceeds will be used for the implementation of the European Union funded project Mother and Child Health in Kajado.
Album Launch on the occasion of the Mombasa International Cultural Festival – Vol. 6 of the Spotlight on Kenyan Music series highlights the musical diversity from the Kenyan Coast.
Date: August 23, 2014
Venue: Mama Ngina Drive, Mombasa
Time: 3 pm
The album features a harmonious mix of original folk songs and traditional rhythms that are enriched with modern instrumentation, as well as contemporary songs that are the expression of a younger generation of artists. The compositions reflect a musical heritage that has been shaped by cross-cultural influences over many centuries.
This is the 6th Volume of the Spotlight on Kenyan Music project that continues to promote the living expressions of Kenyan communities by exploring musical traditions as a resource for innovation and creativity.