We're grateful to be getting back into programming with several events this month.
Dzorwulu Flea Market
Saturday 8th October
Our monthly flea market with fashion, arts & crafts, handmade jewelry etc happens on the second Saturday of every month. The event is also an opportunity for our community to come together and share.
This month's market has the following highlights:
Swap by Style by Lavender
Join in the monthly Style Dial by bringing up to 10 items and taking the same number of items with you! Items in good to excellent condition only please, and do remember to bring your own bag. Swap is not gender specific and is open to men's and women's fashion items. Please see their posts on Instagram for further guidance on the rules.
Bubunaé joins us for a live acoustic set at 1pm prompt in the garden space.
Ghanaian singer and songwriter Bubunaé is an eclectic music artist whose sound has ranged from soul to contemporary folk and pop. Inspiration for his music traces back to his childhood when his father, an avid music lover serenaded their home in Accra with a wide range of music selections such as reggae, country , world music and jazz. His debut solo single ‘Africa is Alone’ was originally released in 2014 with producer David Akinwumi in Canada. Bubunaé self- released his debut EP, ‘Walk in the Park’ with producer Luc Michaud of Highland Studios in 2017. This eclectic body of work was also well received in Canada - his music from the EP was featured on the prestigious CBC Radio and he later received the honor of performing at the National Basketball League of Canada’s half-time show at the WFCU Center. In the same year he was awarded second place by the Windsor Essex Compassion Community (WECCC) in their annual song writing competition for his song ‘Conversations’ from his debut EP. The song touched on the topic of depression, self-doubt and a mother’s undying love and encouragement through it all. Overall, his music has always been dynamic and full of passion. The singer is set to release more soul touching music.
Ghana Food Movement will be hosting their network and knowledge-sharing event 'Movers Connect' from 1-4pm. Ghana Food Movement connects foodies, farmers, entrepreneurs, chefs, restauranteurs and many more in their mission to create a stronger Ghanaian food system that works for Ghana. There will be a panel discussion on "Economy, farming and food processing- Why we need to buy Ghanaian to build Ghana”.
The event is a great opportunity to network, learn more about Ghana Food Food Movement and of course, taste some innovative snacks and drinks from their chefs. You are all invited!
Sign up through this form, and feel free to share the invite!
For more info about Ghana Food Movement visit ghanafoodmovement.com or Instagram @ghanafoodmovement