Posts tagged ‘mombasa’
Dates: April 3-5, 2015
Venue: Forty Thieves – Diani Beach
Fri 3 – Disco//Shooters’ Bar//Sheeshas
Sat 4 – 10 Pm – Kuzi Easter Beach Party
Sun 5 – 11 Am – Underwater Easter Eggs Hunt
Sun 5 – 12pm – Cricket On The Beach
Sun 5 – 2 Pm – Fandango Easter Sunday
Cycling Competition // Squash Tournament
Innovative beehive fences have helped communities in Kenya to successfully protect crops from elephants.
Scientists found the hives to be a very effective barrier; elephants turned away from them in 97% of their attempted raids. Conservationists suggest that elephants’ natural fear of bees could settle ongoing conflicts. The hives’ honey also produced additional profits for farmers and protect the endangered Elephants.
OBJECTIVE 30 BEEHIVE’ FENCES
SHIMBA SUPPORT GROUP’ initiative is to build 30 Beehive’ fences in the Kwale district. The project is estimated at KES 150,000/=. The Shimba Support Group need your support to protect farmer’s field and the elephants at once.
JOIN THE FRIDAY MUSICAL QUIZ AT FORTY THIEVES
Teams of 6 maximum, KES 1,000 per team
A BBQ dinner will be served at KES 1,000 per person (30% goes to the project)
Pre-registrations appreciated, please contact Esme directly:email@example.com
Date and Time: Friday 6th February – 19:30 registration – 20:00 start
Venue: Forty Thieves Beach Bar – Mombasa
MATHEZO GHARAMA is an adult-humored comedy about marital infidelities and their warring consequences.
Date: December 19, 2014
Venue: Vipingo Ridge
Time: 11 am till late
Entry: KES 200
Proceeds of this event will go to Glads House Advocacy Programme to support imprisoned children in Mombasa
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.
Venue: Fort Jesus Museum, Mombasa