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Kicking off with some sophisticated Flamenco and Gypsy Jazz our own Roberto J Rose will be on the acoustic guitar while we are munching on our delicious wood-fired Pizza!
Then our favourite bass badman Dread Steppawill spin some of his trademark blend of roots, reggae, dancehall and bass. Altogether accompanied by the lovely Mwanase, her fire dancing and LED hooping display! Joined by Paolo from the Musafir for a fire duo! – Bring the family and let’s get Irie!
The Memorial Park Crafts fair is an event where Kenyan artist will exhibit their authentic Kenyan made merchandises for people to come and buy.
This event is aimed at supporting the memorial park and our local artist.
The 3rd meet up of 2015 for vinyl enthusiasts under the umbrella ‘We Love Vinyl’ is happening on the 5th of April, Sunday. The vinyl meet revolves around music aficionados gathering and fun loving people listening & sharing their favorite music, past & present on vinyl. A great part is indulgence in this by gone music format that is undergoing a current worldwide revival. We proudly note that our meets preceded the worldwide revival.
So bring out and dust down your stored records and get into the groove with likeminded enthusiasts. Lean play on twin decks with our resident Dj or strutt your stuff anyway. Dig into crates of vinyl for sale, or come sell your unwanted. Spread the word on our movement. It’s a family affair.
Food and drinks are available. No charge at the gate other than your presence.
Mindspeak Forum: Aly-Khan Satchu Hosts Michael Macharia of Seven Seas Technologies, Mar. 28 2015 @ Inter Continental Nairobi
Guest speaker is Michael Macharia, Founder and Group CEO of Seven Seas Technologies
Nature Kenya invites you to their sixth annual Charity Golf Tournament, Lungs for Kenya, that will be held on Friday 20th March, 2015, starting at 12 noon at Karen Country Club.
• Ksh. 1,500 – Nature Kenya member
• Ksh. 2, 000 – Non Nature Kenya member.
Teams can also be entered for Ksh 8,000. Tee off time starts at 12:00 noon.
The proceeds from the tournament will help Nature Kenya raise awareness of Kenya’s valuable ecosystems, and empower local communities to take the lead in their conservation.
In the five years Nature Kenya has been held the above tournament, the proceeds have been hugely successful in helping them to improve the lives of communities and conserve ecosystems in a number of locations across the country.
The proceeds of the 2014 tournament were used in planting 75,000 tree seedlings in the vulnerable Dakatcha woodland, an important Bird Area near Malindi and assisted communities living near Arabuko-Sokoke and Dakatcha to establish and manage tree nurseries as part of the forest rehabilitation programme.
This success story has only been possible through the kind support of individual like you. Please this time round consider supporting this conservation work as you enjoy the game of golf.
Donations towards the golf tournament are also welcomed. Find more info. here