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Meet the Author – Jo Alkemade Events: Feb. 21, 28 & Mar. 7 2015 @ Memorial Centre, Pawa 254 Hub & Silole Villa
This is where you can catch her:
February 21st: Meet the author from 2pm to 5pm at the August 7th Memorial Park at the junction of Moi Avenue and Haile Selassie Avenue.
February 28th: Meet the author from 5pm to 7pm at the PAWA 254 rooftop on State House Crescent.
March 7th: Meet the author at Silole Villa on the Silole Sanctuary from 2 pm.
Note: The best way to get to the villa is through the Masai Gate (south end of the Nairobi National Park; follow the signs). Otherwise drive down the Magadi Road on your way to Ongata Rongai, turn first left off the tarmac (signboarded to Nazarene University & Masai Lodge). Then just keep going to the end of the murram road (6 km) until you reach Masai Lodge. The turn off to Silole Villa & Silole Cottage is on the right immediately before the Masai Lodge Gate. If coming by public transport, as soon as you get off the matatu/bus there are very nice and reasonable cab drivers and bodas who can get you to Silole
The World’s Loudest Library holds the 35th edition of its event (#WLL35) on Saturday 14th February 2015 (Valentine’s Day). It’ll feature Jim Kroft, a British musician and film maker who has lived in Berlin since 2007.
This edition will be held at Creatives Garage and entry will be KSh 250 with a book in hand and KSh 300 without. It runs from 7pm till late.
For any enquiries, contact: worldsloudestlibrary[at]gmail[dot]com
Book launch in Kampala: Elections in a Hybrid Regime – Revisiting the 2011 Ugandan Polls, Jan. 15 2015 @ Hotel Africana
Fountain Publishers in conjunction with the French Institute for Research in Africa (IFRA), and the Department of Political Science and Public Administration (Makerere University), and with the support of the Democratic Governance Facility (DGF), with pleasure invite you to attend the launch of the book: Elections in a Hybrid Regime: Revisiting the 2011 Ugandan Polls
Date: Thursday 15 January 2015, at 2.00 pm
Venue: Hotel Africana
Chief Guest: Professor Mondo Kagonyera – Chancellor of Makerere University
Contact Zones NRB is a book series by Goethe-Institut Kenya and its partner Native Intelligence that focuses on art and the humanities.
During the launch, some of Miriam Syowia Kyambi’s works will be exhibited and reviewed in a discussion with James Muriuki and Robby Bresson.
The book will be available at a special launch price of 500/= KSh.
Featuring: Performances by Mufasa and Teardrops
Blankets and wine + Amnesty International KE Present Artivism – End Forced Evictions, Nov. 2 2014 @ Carnivore Grounds