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Download the Lamu Food Festival Programme 2016 (pdf)
This Sunday the 3rd of April 2016 there are eight races with one feature race.
The first race of the day at 12.30pm is “The Loita Plains Maiden ”- 1200m.
Followed by “The Kano Plains Handicap ” – 1200m at 1.00pm.
The third race at 1.35pm is ‘The Chalbi Desert Handicap ” –2060 m.
At 2.10pm is ”The Siana Plains Handicap”- 1600m.
Then “The Athi Plains Maiden ” –2060m will run at 2.45pm.
Followed by at 3.20pm“The Sabena Desert Handicap ” – 1800m.
The seventh race at 3.55pm is ”The Kaisut Desert Handicap ” – 1400m.
At 4.30pm the last race of the day and only feature race “The Airforce Trophy” – 1200m will run.
RSVP by calling 0721262326 or email email@example.com.
We are excited to have our first Kuona Art Tour on Saturday, 19th March 2016.
The tour will cover four art spaces across the city; Kuona Trust, The Art Space, Circle Art Agency, Maasai Mbili Art Centre and Phottizzo Art Gallery. Aside from that, you are assured of personalized, one on one conversations with artists and discounts on selected artworks!
Join in the caravan of Art!!
The 5th Edition of the Kenya Kite Festival is coming up on 20th March at the Nairobi Polo Club. This event is East & Central Africa’s premier kiting event.
It is the second International kite festival in the continent after South Africa that brings together kite fliers, kite makers and kite enthusiasts from around the world.
Since inception in August 2012, the festival has grown to become a must attend outdoor family fun day event. Festival goers are treated to a one of a kind kiting experience that often includes exciting kiting stunts, competitions, aero show displays and lots of fun filled activities.
Date: March 19, 2016
Venue: National Sericulture Station, Thika
Cost: KMS Members: Adult Ksh 2,300, Child under 12 yrs Ksh 1,850 and Non Members: Adult Ksh 2,500, Child under 12 yrs Ksh 2,050
Includes: Transport, Guided tour and Station Facilitation Fee
Payment: Mpesa Paybill, Business No: 400800, Account No: 6571570019
About – Silk Production
Silk farming could soon be the next money-spinner for Kenyans following the launch of a National Sericulture Station, in Thika. It was set up to help elevate Kenya into a world class silk production alongside top producers like China and India, which currently export four-fifth of the world’s high-earning raw silk.
Bring: Picnic lunch, drinking water, your identification cards / papers, a hat and sunscreen.
For Booking and more information contact KMS on: 0724 255 299, wireless: 2339158 or firstname.lastname@example.org