Luton Black Men Community Group Presents

Zimbabwe / African Open Day

In conjunction with Heritage 4 Children and African Heritage Centre of Peterborough

Sunday 22nd July 2pm to 6pm

(doors open 1:30pm)


Celebrating the contributions of Zimbabweans in the UK

Free event open to all

(for the whole African Heritage family, men, women, boys and girls)

Luton Irish Forum, 102 Hitchin Road, Luton LU2 0ES

(Entrance at car park off Brunswick street roundabout)

Workshops and Performances featuring
Drumming / activities
Story telling / discussions
Singing / dancing
Display of Artefacts
Food Sharing – Stalls / Vendors
Audience participation and contributions
• The meaning of the name Zimbabwe
• How any Zimbabwean Live in UK
• The relationship between Zimbabwe and Britain
• Why many Zimbabweans came to Britain
• The Displays are family friendly and suitable for all age groups and abilities.
• The exhibitions include displays of amazing Zimbabwean arts and crafts, musical instruments, Cultural Masks food, instruments and artefacts from Zimbabwe.


Refreshments available. Stalls available with products for sale

Website: www.lutonblackmen.org/zimbabwe

email: zimbabwe@lutonblackmen.org

Contact: 07943 178117 / 07591 747987


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