Summer Camp 2018
Jul
3
to Aug 24

Summer Camp 2018

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Our summer camp offers a cost-efficient camping experience with activities that implements various cultural components. Fundamentals of African oral literature can be understood through dancing, arts & crafts, folklore and singing.

We provide a warm and cheerful space for children to make new friends, embrace diversity, gain leadership skills, learn respect and understand social issues. 

Be rest assured your child is in adequate and capable hand. We ensue they have a safe and inclusive environment.

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Sierra Leone Independence Celebration
Apr
28
3:00 PM15:00

Sierra Leone Independence Celebration

This year, Africentric Arts will engage children in fun-filled activities for the Sierra Leone Independence celebration in Toronto, Ontario. Free for all kids. This family fun day will be celebrated with Bouncy castle and slides, face painting, indoor bowling, dance presentation by Africentric Arts students and many more activities. Bring an empty stomach because there will be lots of fun and drinks. 

 

This project is made possible by the Concern Citizens and Friends of Sierra Leone. 

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1 Day March Break Fun
Mar
16
8:30 PM20:30

1 Day March Break Fun

We hope the knowledge your child received during black history month will fuel their pride on their identity.

For a memorable day, we have created fun-filled interactive activities that involves singing and dancing to the beats of the drums, learning new skills, and making new friends. 

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Aug
11
to Aug 25

Africentric Kids Summer Camp 2017

Africentric Kids Summer Camp 2017 was an exciting event for us. Thanks to all our friends, volunteers, parents, our campers and The Sierra Leonean community.  We had children whose lineage are from Congo, Sierraleone, Nigeria, Trinidad,  and Jamaica. Some are fluent in other languages like French, Krio, and patois locally"partwah."  Our campers learned Arts & crafts, dancing, gardening, story-telling, African history and basic drumming from Kobèna Aquaa-Harrison a prolific multidisciplinary artist from Ghana. Our children gain confidence and performed drumming and dancing at a fundraising events for the devastating mudslide crisis in Sierra leone. 

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