Bollywood dancing, Origami and Henna painting are just a few of the cultural activities from our diverse community that will be celebrated at Chester Unity Centre’s annual family fun day.
And the Cuppin Street centre hopes this Saturday’s event (November 5) will be the best yet as everyone celebrates its fifth anniversary.
Organisers say the family fun day is an opportunity for everyone in the area to enjoy Chester’s cultural diversity.
There will be a ‘fantastic array of entertainment’ to suit everyone’s taste including food from around the world, arts and crafts, reflexology, kids’ face painting, Origami, Brazilian martial art Capoeira and Hungarian folk dancing.
The centre is also delighted to welcome Drumroots from Manchester, who will be running an African drumming workshop between 12-1pm.
Shantele Janes, director of Cheshire, Halton and Warrington Race Equality Centre, said: “It’s always a great day for the whole family and it’s wonderful to see all the different communities coming together and sharing their culture with each other and the wider community.”
The day opens at 11am and ends at 3pm with food served at 1pm.
Details of the finalised programme will be available on the website or from the Unity Centre reception during the week before the event.
Everyone is welcome including new visitors who would like to learn more about the Unity Centre’s work.