Milleneum “D” Hall – District II., 16-20 Kis Rókus Street. 

Friday, September, 12.  to Sunday, September, 14. 2014.

Each day the programs start at 10 a.m. ends 6 p.m.


Coming  soon, a week-end of the Foundation for Africa will be organising for the 4th time the African Days in Budapest.  The three-days gathering main goal is to bring together little ones and individuals of all age who are interested to have fun and eager to learn new languages. Also having a peck into the  African fashion and enjoying an African fashion show, presenting the African tailor style. Furthermore, Exhibition with Authentic African musical instruments, Language Parade, dishes from Cameroon, African tales, film screening and presentations, sharing stories by the community’s volunteers previously staying in Congo, traditional dancing lessons, bloodcurdling reptiles just giving a hint of what to come. A unique opportunity for beginners to join the Swahili language course.

The exhibition can be visited by wheelchair as well.

A track to get into the week-end’s mood:

Throughout the three days the entry is free of charge.

Update by Aggie Reiter

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