The Africa Cultural Promotion Centre BV has created a hub that welcomes and connects businesses and service providers for the African community in the Netherlands and beyond.
They have organised African markets including this third edition of the African Christmas Market in the Hague.
Find the details below:
Date: 2 December
Time: 12pm to 6pm
Location: Amare, Spuiplein 150, 2511 DG The Hague, The Netherlands
The main purpose of the African Christmas Market is to enable people to connect and network with vendors of African products and services, enabling the visitors to do their Christmas shopping early and take advantage of any available sales and promotions from the vendors. It is an opportunity for people to connect with African people and culture. The different categories of businesses exhibiting include: Fashion and Design; Beauty and personal Care; Art and Culture; Food and Hospitality
There will be workshops and demonstrations for you to participate like: How to do a head wrap with Ankara; Ethiopian coffee ceremony; Toureg culture and how they make their unique jewellery; Pounding and processing nuts as is done in the Congo; Swahili culture with a Kanga dressing workshop; and kids corner with different activities for children.
Shoppers will also enjoy festive African music, African food from all regions to eat and take away, as they stroll through the many stalls with friends and family. It’s a fun day out with family and friends.
For more information contact Dr. Mollynn Mugisha-Otim