3 Days exhibition of African Clothing at Sunlight Centre

Wearing African clothing is a wonderful way for many Africans to celebrate their cultural heritage and to commemorate the beauty of their motherland.
Have you ever wondered:
• Why Africans are always colourfully dressed?
• What the different colour stands for in the different African countries?
• How the head scarf (“Gele”) originated and the history behind it?
• How African fabrics have influenced modern day British fashion?
To mark the Black History Month, Health Action Charity Organisation (HACO) is carrying out a 3 days Exhibition of African fabrics, fashion parades, demonstration of headwraps (GELE) will provide visually engaging and interesting explanations of African heritage.
Day 1:
About” The Hidden meanings of African Clothing”. Demonstration of headwrap, How to make Tie & Dye material, music and Refreshment. Date: 10th October 2018. Time: 12 noon to 4pm
Day 2
Fashion Parade of different African Clothing. Date: 17th October 2018. Time: 12noon to 4pm
Day 3.
Promoting African Businesses in Medway. Refreshment and closing Remark. Date: 24th October 2018. Time: 12noon to 4pm
Venue: Sunlight Centre, 105 Richmond Road, Gillingham. Kent. ME7 1LX
For more information about the events please contact HACO on 01634844044 or e-mail info@healthaction.co.uk

Celebrating the Black History Month

Celebrating the Black History Month