Nai ni Who Festival: Kilimani 2016, Aug. 14-19 2016 @ Kilimani

August 5, 2016 at 1:42 pm Leave a comment

NAI-NI-WHO
Dates: August 14-19, 2016
Venue(s): in Kilimani

Programme
Sunday 14th August:
‘Kilimarch’ from Prestige Plaza to Kuona Trust
Join a live band and fellow Kilimanians as we march from Prestige Plaza in a carnival style to Kuona Trust where we will have a variety of programmes and activities including an Instameet with Mutua Matheka on the Sunday 14th .

Monday, Tuesday & Wednesday (13th-17th August):
Kids Art Workshop at Kuona Trust, 10 a.m.

Tuesday 16th August:
Discussion ‘Urban Decay’ with Urban Planning Students, 2:00 p.m. ADD Building, University of Nairobi
Students of the Department of Urban and Regional Planning will hold a discussion on ‘Urban Decay. Come and share your views on the same and what you think of Kilimani as well as other parts of the City.

Wednesday 17th August:
Kilimani Rising, Stakeholders discussion on Streetscaping
Kilimani Rising is finally coming to be! Stakeholders will hold a discussion and workshop, sharing ideas on how we can improve our streets! (More information on Kilimani Rising can be read below).

Thursday 18th August:
Photo School and model displays at Arboretum
2:00 p.m

Friday 19th August:
Public discussion on ‘A Clean Kilimani’
2:00 p.m. Cotton Road

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