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WEST AFRICAN DANCE: with Chiamaka Mogo
Mar
10
5:00 PM17:00

WEST AFRICAN DANCE: with Chiamaka Mogo

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Chiamaka is the founder of the Initiative for Inclusive Dialogue in Nigeria (IIDN) - a nonprofit dedicated to empowering communities through awareness of good governance principles, and building capacities for better engagement with the state. 

She is an enthusiastic lover of Nigerian music and dance, believing firmly in their power to create positivity and connections wherever she goes. 

Chiamaka will be hosting dance classes on March 10th, March 24th, April 14th and April 28th from 5-6pm

Registration is required to participate as space is limited. Please send us an email if you have any questions at hello@vancouverwomenslibrary.ca! 

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WEST AFRICAN DANCE: with Chiamaka Mogo
Feb
24
5:00 PM17:00

WEST AFRICAN DANCE: with Chiamaka Mogo

west african dance final.png

Chiamaka is the founder of the Initiative for Inclusive Dialogue in Nigeria (IIDN) - a nonprofit dedicated to empowering communities through awareness of good governance principles, and building capacities for better engagement with the state. 

She is an enthusiastic lover of Nigerian music and dance, believing firmly in their power to create positivity and connections wherever she goes. 

No registration is required to participate, though we will be accepting reservation requests via email, as space is limited. Please send us a separate email (not a reply to this one) if you would like to save your spot for any of the 6 sessions! If you are planning on dropping in, feel free to give us a call to inquire about space: 604-620-0400

For those attending Bookwomen of the 1970s Saturday evening - we encourage you to join us for this first session of West African Dance before the event! 

 

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WEST AFRICAN DANCE: with Chiamaka Mogo
Feb
10
5:00 PM17:00

WEST AFRICAN DANCE: with Chiamaka Mogo

west african dance final.png

Chiamaka is the founder of the Initiative for Inclusive Dialogue in Nigeria (IIDN) - a nonprofit dedicated to empowering communities through awareness of good governance principles, and building capacities for better engagement with the state. 

She is an enthusiastic lover of Nigerian music and dance, believing firmly in their power to create positivity and connections wherever she goes. 

No registration is required to participate, though we will be accepting reservation requests via email, as space is limited. Please send us a separate email (not a reply to this one) if you would like to save your spot for any of the 6 sessions! If you are planning on dropping in, feel free to give us a call to inquire about space: 604-620-0400

For those attending Bookwomen of the 1970s Saturday evening - we encourage you to join us for this first session of West African Dance before the event! 

 

View Event →