KENYA IN THE PARK 2015.
Kenya in the park is a new project which has been set up by Malaika Dance Unique, Massai World Market and supported by Kenyans in the United Kingdom; the project will involve having an annual event with an aim of taking it to different countries. We draw a lot of inspiration from our National Anthem. We are encouraged to live in peace, love and unity, which is the very basic intention of Kenya in the Park. We explore the “Plenty” (National Anthem) our country can and has to offer without prejudice. Kenyans are resilient people. Despite the challenges thrown their way, they always find away to move on.
Unity is strength and Kenya in the park offers an opportunity for all Kenyans to be together again, network and foster the feeling of belonging, and that includes all Kenyans as Kenya is a diverse country. We have seen a lot of one sided Kenya for a long time in the Diaspora but it’s time for us Kenyans to embrace all Kenyan ethnicity, culture and background, not forgetting Kenyan Somalia’s, Kenyan Indians and People from the North just to mention a few. After which according to the success of this event we are looking of doing AFRICA IN THE PARK, to which we have received a lot of enquire.
Date of event: 29th August 2015
Event Name: Kenya in the Park 2015
Theme: Celebrating Kenyan Culture, Pride and Networking.
Venue: East London Rugby and Football Club, 71 Holland Road, London E15 3BP.
Time: 11am – 8.00pm.
This is a free entre event, we are putting everyone in mind in terms of prices thus our minimal and very affordable prices hoping to encourage a big mass of families, we have lots of different workshops which are all free, while Food and different activities e.g face painting or bouncy castle are being monitored to suit the cost of individuals.
This event aims to attract more than 4000 individuals and to provide a platform for Kenyans and friends of Kenya to network professionally, Spiritually, Economically and Socially. We also have real Massai Warriors coming on the day.
Former Mayor of Barking and Dagenham (Miss Elizabeth Kangethe)
Pauline Long of BenTV.
Julius Mbaluto of Informer East Africa and BBC.
Gulu Anand (Owner of Brilliant Restaurant).
The Event will be live streamed by Kass London FM which will be heard as it happens in Kenya, and BBC Africa.
THE KENYAN HIGH COMMISION IS HIGHLY IN SUPPORT OF THIS PROJECT.
FOR MORE IMFORMATION ABOUT THIS EVENT PLEASE VISIT:
Website – www.kenyainthepark.com
Email –info@ kenyainthepark.com
Facebook – kenyainthepark
Twitter – @kenyainthepark
Instagram – kenyainthepark
Main Organizer: Lydia Olet – 07853207075.
Otach – 07908149489.
Stalls Manager: 07403159285.
Address – 51 Temple Close.
London SE28 0EW.