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Uthando Doll Workshop at Clarkson Library

Uthando Doll

  • Date: Monday 8 July 2019 // 10:00am to 12:00pm
  • Location: Clarkson Library, Cnr Ebb Way & Ocean Keys Blvd, Clarkson
  • Cost: $10 for materials to be paid on the door

The Uthando Project Team will supply a doll for each participant to dress with assorted materials and demonstrate a technique to work with fabrics that doesn’t involve sewing.  

Participants will have the opportunity to learn how the dolls help African children and their carer, as an invitation to play.  They can choose whether to donate the doll or keep it to share the message with others about of the KwaZulu-Natal community.  

Two-thirds of children there are living in proverty, and all have been affected by the HIV/AIDS pandemic.

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Discover the Rhythm and Power of African Drumming at Yanchep/Two Rocks Library

African drumming workshop

  • Date: Monday 8 July 2019 // 10:30am to 11:30am
  • Location: Yanchep/Two Rocks Library, Lisford Avenue, Two Rocks
  • Cost: FREE but booking essential

Akwaaba means welcome in the Akan language from Ghana. and this drumming workshop will get everyone moving to the beat.  Each participant will be provided with a traditional African hand drum and other percussion instruments bring alive the rhythms of Africa.

Led by Paul Osei Kofi, Akwaaba has been entertaining a wide variety of audiences for over 20 years with energetic, powerful and interactive performances, drum circles and workshops. 

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Uthando Doll Workshop at Wanneroo Library

Uthando Doll

  • Date: Tuesday 9 July 2019 // 10:00am to 12:00pm
  • Location: Wanneroo Library, Wanneroo Library & Cultural Centre, 3 Rocca Way, Wanneroo
  • Cost: $10 for materials to be paid on the door

The Uthando Project Team will supply a doll for each participant to dress with assorted materials and demonstrate a technique to work with fabrics that doesn’t involve sewing.  

Participants will have the opportunity to learn how the dolls help African children and their carer, as an invitation to play.  They can choose whether to donate the doll or keep it to share the message with others about of the KwaZulu-Natal community.  

Two-thirds of children there are living in proverty, and all have been affected by the HIV/AIDS pandemic.

Book now

Discover the Rhythm and Power of African Drumming at Wanneroo Library

African drumming workshop

  • Date: Wednesday 10 July 2019 // 10:30am to 11:30am
  • Location: Wanneroo Library, 3 Rocca Way, Wanneroo
  • Cost: FREE but booking essential

Akwaaba means welcome in the Akan language from Ghana. and this drumming workshop will get everyone moving to the beat.  Each participant will be provided with a traditional African hand drum and other percussion instruments bring alive the rhythms of Africa.

Led by Paul Osei Kofi, Akwaaba has been entertaining a wide variety of audiences for over 20 years with energetic, powerful and interactive performances, drum circles and workshops. 

Book now

Discover the Rhythm and Power of African Drumming at Clarkson Library

African drumming workshop

  • Date: Monday 15 July 2019 // 10:30am to 11:30am
  • Location: Clarkson Library, Cnr Ebb Way & Ocean Keys Blvd, Clarkson
  • Cost: FREE but booking essential

Akwaaba means welcome in the Akan language from Ghana. and this drumming workshop will get everyone moving to the beat.  Each participant will be provided with a traditional African hand drum and other percussion instruments bring alive the rhythms of Africa.

Led by Paul Osei Kofi, Akwaaba has been entertaining a wide variety of audiences for over 20 years with energetic, powerful and interactive performances, drum circles and workshops. 

Book now

Uthando Doll Workshop at Alkimos Pop Up Library

Uthando Doll

  • Date: Tuesday 16 July 2019 // 10:00am to 12:00pm
  • Location: Alkimos Pop Up Library, Graceful Boulevard, Alkimos
  • Cost: $10 for materials to be paid on the door

The Uthando Project Team will supply a doll for each participant to dress with assorted materials and demonstrate a technique to work with fabrics that doesn’t involve sewing.  

Participants will have the opportunity to learn how the dolls help African children and their carer, as an invitation to play.  They can choose whether to donate the doll or keep it to share the message with others about of the KwaZulu-Natal community.  

Two-thirds of children there are living in proverty, and all have been affected by the HIV/AIDS pandemic.

Book now

Discover the Rhythm and Power of African Drumming at Girrawheen Library

African drumming workshop

  • Date: Wednesday 17 July 2019 // 10:30am to 11:30am
  • Location: Girrawheen Library, 6 Patrick Court, Girrawheen
  • Cost: FREE but booking essential

Akwaaba means welcome in the Akan language from Ghana. and this drumming workshop will get everyone moving to the beat.  Each participant will be provided with a traditional African hand drum and other percussion instruments bring alive the rhythms of Africa.

Led by Paul Osei Kofi, Akwaaba has been entertaining a wide variety of audiences for over 20 years with energetic, powerful and interactive performances, drum circles and workshops. 

Book now

NAIDOC Week 2019 activities - 2 to 18 July 2019

NAIDOC Week 2019

There are a number of events taking place during and around NAIDOC Week to explore and celebrate Aboriginal culture. Click below for more information and how to book.

NAIDOC Week 2019 activities