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Cavan Africa Historic Month Activities

 

AFRICA HISTORY MONTH IRELAND

Cavan Africa History Month Activities at Johnston Central Library, Farnham St, Cavan.

 

 

1ST – 5TH NOVEMBER

 

1 November: African Caribbean Gospel Night at Church of Ireland 8pm to 10pm

 

 

2 November: Parents and Toddlers Cultural Day at Johnston Central Library            

10.00am  – 1.15pm and 2 m - 5pm

 

 

3 November:  Exhibition & Storytelling at Johnston Central Library 10am -8pm

 

                          

4 November:  Exhibition & Storytelling African Film Festival at Johnston Central Library 10.00am - 1.15pm  

 

 

5 November: Cavan African Fashion Week Ireland African Film Festival at Johnston Central Library          

10.00am – 1.15 and 5 pm - 8 pm

 After Party at Riverfront Hotel, Virginia, Co Cavan

 African Film Festival show at 8pm - 12 midnight.


further details from: Susuana O.M Komolafe (CEO)

Afro in Diaspora Center:/adcenter25@yahoo.ie

http://adcenter-ireland.strikingly.com/

00353894776061

 

Afro in Diaspora is a group of women committed to supporting women, men and children of the African Diaspora through education, information sharing, peer-counselling, socializing mentoring and promoting each other as a group, while we hope and believe that the knowledge acquired will be passed down to support others. We are motivated by our commitment to the philosophy of altruism and to sharing our knowledge and experience with others.

 

Date and time:

02 November 2015 to 07 November 2015

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