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Looking for free, fun family activities for the weekend? Look no further, head to Black History Month Family Day on Sunday at Brighton Dome. We welcome the return of this annual celebration of African Caribbean arts and culture, complete with stalls, workshops, children’s activities, delicious food, live music and much more.

Join in the opening ceremony Brazilian style with Maracatu

Taste the delights of Ethiopian and Senegalese cuisine from Abyssinia and Café Baobab.

Try your skills with @[150525455018727:274:BandBazi]’s Circus workshop: 12.00 – 2pm

Learn the art of flour Batik or paint your own cards & masks with local artist Phati Mnguni

See the exhibition and learn about the life of Thomas Highflyer with Bert Williams: 2.30pm

Experience the power of drumming at the drumming workshop with West African drummer – Musa Mboob: 3.30pm – 4pm

Don’t miss the closing dance session with dance teacher Sita: 4.30pm.

Rebel Yarns incredible Welcome Blanket will be on display too.


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