"Kenya at 50 and Beyond" Celebrations in Delaware - August 10-11, 2013

You are invited to two days of celebrations marking 50 years of Kenya’s independence. The events, known as Kenya at 50 and Beyond, will be held on August 10 and 11, 2013 in Delaware.

The venue for August 10 will be held at the Bob Carpenter Center – University of Delaware.

On August 11, a Dinner/Gala event will take place at the Calrion Hotel in New Castle, Delaware located at 1612 N Dupont Hwy, New Castle, DE 19720.

Invited Guests:
Chris Coons: US Senator
Tom Carper: US Senator
John Carney: Us House Representative
Dennis P. Williams – Mayor of Wilmington, Delaware
Elkanah Odembo – Kenya’s Ambassador to the US

For more information, please contact Henry Njenga, Chairman of the “Kenya at 50 and Beyond” Organizing Committees, at 302-312-4999.


Event Date: 
Sun, 08/11/2013 03:00AM -0400
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Tickets for the Gala are on sale. Buy yours online or contact us at 302 312 4999 or www.info@kenyaat50andbeyond.com

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Come and Celebrate 50 Years of Kenya at the Kenya @ 50 Concert and Jam Session:

An Event For Your Whole Family!

Our young people have put in a lot of time and effort to organize a concert that features, dances, choral verses, songs and many more, all performed by our Tri-State area youth. The concert will also feature Jabali Afrika and Anna Mwalagho, each performing a whole set of their classic songs and also new material. Bring your whole family for this festive event.

The event details are as follows: Date: August 10 Time: 6 pm - 11 pm Venue: University of Delaware's Bob Carpenter Center: 631 S College Ave Newark, DE 19716 (302) 831-4507

For donations of $20, before August 10, you get a Kenya at 50 Commemorative Sticker and a Free Ticket to the Kenya at 50 Youth Jam Session.

Donations of $25 on day of event will get you a Kenya at 50 Commemorative Sticker and a Free Ticket to the Kenya at 50 Youth Jam Session Featured Artists: Jabali Afrika, Anna Mwalagho and our Tri-State area youth.

Please contact: Neema Wambui, Shiko Thuku, Danvas Makori, Sammy Rurigi, Paul Koro or Daniel Mbugua for tickets. Our facebook page is available here: https://www.facebook.com/events/148052818732083/

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