Auckland Africa Day Ubuntu Festival 2018


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Come join us for the Ubuntu Festival on the 26th May 2018 for some free events and cultural performances. There will be cultural and traditional food and coffee, free children activities (Bouncy castle, face painting and bubble man), Service providers information tables, African Businesses stalls, Cultural and Ethnic performances from accross the across the globe, live band, and music entertainment throughout the day by our very own D.Js Anderson and Kimata.
All in all, it will be a fun family day out. So save the date for a full day of activities with amazing people and food.
Date: 26th May 2018 (Saturday)
Time: 11am – 9 pm
Venue: Roskill Youth Zone, 746 Sandringham Road Extension, Mt Roskill, Auckland



We are now accepting expressions of interest from African Community groups and Societies, African businesses and entrepreneurs, Service providers, Government and non-government agencies and Political Parties to have stalls at the event to sell their goods and services; and reach out members of communities. There is a charge applied if you want to having Stalls. If you are interested, or have questions, please send your response to Gaelle at by COB 4 May 2018.
So go ahead and embrace this opportunity for your business or fundraising for your church or other group. We would like to hear from you.
We are also calling and inviting Performers (African or not African), African fashion designers and volunteers to join us. Please use the above contact if you are interested.
Please forward the message to anyone you think will be interested and your community.
“UBUNTU” = “I am because we are” = “humanity towards others”


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