2019 Igbo Cultural Night in Toronto

2019 Cultural Night
$100.00
2019 Cultural Night Registration
CA$100.00
Annual Dues
CA$30.00
Member Registration
CA$0.00
Event support
CA$0.00
Event Brochure
Igbo Union of Canada, the foremost Igbo Cultural Organization in the Greater Toronto Area is happy to present, once again, her bi-annual Cultural night entertainment scheduled to be held on Sunday, September 1st, 2019. In line with the theme of this year's event, the ceremony promises to: - Showcase the traditional heritage, uniqueness and bonding of the Igbos through; -  Cultural performances and displays:     Traditional attires      Abia War dance     Ogene     Owerri Maiden Dance  - Local Delicacies:      Ofe Owerri      Ofe nsala      Ofe Onugbu  …
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