Women in sports,arts & Culture Take Nairobi 1 to 8 March, 2017

Women in sports,arts & Culture Take Nairobi 1 to 8 March, 2017
past about 1 year ago

Starts: Wednesday, 1 March, 2017 06:00am

Ends: Wednesday, 8 March, 2017 06:00pm

Event Details

CULTURAL STOPOVERS Kenya/ Women of the World Talk & Act Nairobi,Kenya & Wanny Angerer in Moving Cultures
Invites you to participate in the initiative “CULTURAL STOPOVERS – Women in sports,arts & Culture Take Nairobi 1 to 8 March, 2017 as part of the International Women days celebrations. Promoting Unity in Diversity.

As follow PROGRAM /Events FB links:

Wednesday March 1st. Opening event 9am to 11:30am Nairobi Art Centre https://www.facebook.com/events/1300538936674344/

Wednesday March 1st. Women in Holistic Health King's Gym & Spa Rhapta Road Westlands 2pm to 6pm

Thursday March 2nd Women in Martial Arts with Caroline Tolo 9am to 11:30am at Kariobangi Women Kwpti Kenya

Thursday March 2nd Women in Theatre with Catherine Enane 2pm to 4pm at The Nest Children's Home, Nairobi, Kenya, Africa Runda.

Friday March 3rd Women in Music by Ati Sanna 9am to 10:30am at Magoso School Kibera

Friday March 3rd Women in poetry by Seise Bagbo 10:30am to 12:00pm at Magoso School Kibera

Friday March 3rd MUSIC FREEDOM DAY 5pm at Turning Tables Kenya.

Saturday March 4th Women in Dance with Marion Munga/ KikeDance/ The Dance Factory Kenya from 2pm to 4pm at Tumshangilieni Mtoto/Shangilia Kenya Kangemi.

Sunday March 5th Women in Gastronomy with Leah & Gibson/ Catherine Kinyua/ Alice Migwi/ Migwi Farm Limited 10am to 2pm
Venue to be appointed,

Sunday March 5th Amaranthine Women women gathering with Rosaia Ruberto 5th March from 12pm to 6pm Open House.

Monday March 6th Women in Music & Dance Therapy with Wanny Angerer and Fezile Wamukoya-Mauncho at Kazuri Beads Kenya 8:30am to 10:00am

Monday March 6th Women in Art Therapy "Mandala" by Yadyra Yánez at Nairobi Art Centre 2pm to 6pm https://www.facebook.com/events/891170627652993/

Monday March 6th Women in fitness,Boxing & Karate with Caroline Tolo 6pm to 7pm at King's Gym & Spa

Tuesday March 7th Women in Yoga with Madhvi Dalal 9am to 11am at The Nest Children Home Limuru.

Tuesday March 7th.Women in Fashion with KokiDesigns Kokeb Zemed Pinard/ Majo Arana from Heko Deco at Rosslyn close open house from 10am to 6pm. https://www.facebook.com/events/1773906572935207/

Wednesday March 8th Closure Event CULTURAL STOPOVERS Kenya International Women week at Pointzero Coffee 9am to 11:30am https://www.facebook.com/events/1211538918959761/

Wednesday March 8th Women in Capoeira with Agnes Maier and Stid Alberto Talero Amado Faraon at King's Gym & Spa from 6pm to 7pm.

Sunday March 26th Women in Fashion,Craft and Culture
FAFA Market/ Ann McCreath at Purdy Arms from 11am to 6pm.

About the organizers:
Women of the World Talk and Act is an interactive platform that brings together women from various industries to interact directly with younger industry players through group mentoring, program development and networking.

This one of a kind interactive platform, allowing women from all walks of life to interact directly with these iconic women from across the globe. This recognition provides more room for mentors for youth and adults alike. This interaction will see a shift of more unified efforts to improve not only women’s standards of living but whole societies.

"CULTURAL STOPOVERS is a Wanny Angerer Moving Cultures initiative a Sport, Arts, & Culture Circuit in Nairobi, through which existing cultural and artistic centers, museums, theaters, galleries, art, music and dance schools, restaurants, hotels and other venues become virtually connected under a common marketing concept."

CULTURAL STOPOVERS" aims to connect Nairobians with the huge variety of cultural and artistic expression lead by women in their city, and open working opportunities for artists and cultural entrepreneurs to showcase their creativity and engage with and learn from each other.

CULTURAL STOPOVERS Women in Sports, Arts & Cultures take Nairobi 2017, is an opportunity for you to inscribe your venue into the public circuit and showcase women cultural, artistic or sportive expression to the public. This can take the form of a special event or simply be part of your regular and ongoing program. In any case, you are fully in charge and responsible for the activities in your venue and you will also establish the terms and conditions how to implement it. By participating in the initiative and declaring your venue a Cultural Stopover, your event, initiative or activity will be included in the branding and in the overall program, putting your business on the map and making the whole city aware of what it is all about.

You can and should use the CULTURAL STOPOVERS logo into your own promotional materials. Though no financial support is offered, nor expected, any contribution from your own platform to the general marketing efforts to promote the initiative is most welcome. “Moving Cultures” will assume the coordination of activities free of charge.
Please confirm by this e-mail your participation to include you in Women in Sports, Arts & Culture Take Nairobi /Cultural stopovers Celebration.