Every Thursday during school term
Come and enjoy stories and songs in a range of South Sudanese languages.
Well known South Sudanes singer/songwriter Ajak Kwai and emerging singer and mother of four, Achol Atem bring the rich cultural traditions of South Sudan alive through folk stories, songs and dances.
Nakelem wa Nesma is for preschool and primary aged children, and their parents and carers and is a ‘no cost’ activity and takes place at a range of Brimbank Neighbourhood Houses and Community Centres.
Thursday 15 August, Thursday 22 August
Dellahey Community Centre
8- Copperfield Drive, Delahey
Ph: 9249 4900
Thursday 12 September, Thursday 19 September
West Sunshine Community Centre
25 Kermeen Street, West Sunshine
Ph: 9249 4555
Thursday 29 August, Thursday 5 September
Westvale Community Centre
45 Kings Road, St Albans
Ph: 9249 4665
Wednesday 25 September, Wednesday 2 October
St Albans Community Centre
309C Main Road East, St Albans
Ph: 9249 4600