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Whats On : April 2009
BAALA BAAJOAFRICAN DANCE Ghanaian born, Nii Armah is an accomplished singer, dancer and musician. Well known for his energy, exuberance and musical talent, he has travelled nationally and international performing and teaching African arts and culture. Nii Armah blends traditional and contemporary rhythms from Ghana to create a passionate, memorable and authentic experience. Ray Lynch Park, behind Holland Park Library. This is part of the Active Parks program. Thursday 16 April 10.30-11.30am Everyone welcome. For more information about the Active Parks program, visit www.brisbane.qld.gov.au/activeandhealthy SEWING DAY AT THE LIBRARY Acacia Ridge African Women’s Group invites... Anyone interested to come along to their sewing circle to watch and join in the conversation while they sew and bead beautiful creations. Friday 17 April 10.30am-1pm This is a unique opportunity to meet women from Sudan, Burundi, Congo and Liberia and learn about their craft. Learn how to make a bias cut skirt with Esperance Kalonji Esperance comes from the Democratic Republic of Congo, where as a young woman she trained for five years as a dressmaker. Esperance will share her stories and demonstrate how to make a skirt without a pattern. 1-3pm Bookings essential. Call Holland Park Library on (07) 3403 7755 to reserve your place. 8
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