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"Grazing Back Home" Workshop

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Local 37 presents “Grazing Back Home” Workshop (via Zoom)

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Join Garth Prince and Tololwa M Mollel as they share their African-inspired 3-year long multimedia “Grazing Back Home” (GBH) project that has resulted into an engaging children’s picture story book with Kiswahili language music. The workshop will consist of a richly varied program, that will include demonstrations by Garth and Tololwa of their unique collaboration, a practical taste of Kiswahili (aka Swahili), the most widely spoken African language in Africa, and samples of the story and its music. Workshop participants will also enjoy other hands-on activities.

Each workshop participant will be sent their own copy of Grazing Back Home. (via Board Truck mail).

This session is limited to 20 participants.

Garth Prince, who was born in Namibia, is a vocal performer who promotes African culture and community building through song, dance, and instruments. He shares concerts and workshops across Canada to the young and the old.

Tololwa M Mollel writes plays, children’s books and stories in English and Kiswahili, the national language of Tanzania where he was born. He tells and performs stories to young and old audiences in schools and communities.

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