FNCC celebrating Heritage Week with food market

19 Sep 2017 16:00pm
OSHAKATI, 19 SEP (NAMPA) - As part of National Heritage Week, the Franco-Namibian Cultural Centre (FNCC) has planned a food market featuring Namibian and other African cuisine for Friday.
The Heritage Food Market is scheduled to take place between 16h00 and 21h00, FNCC Communications Officer Alexandrine Guinot said in an invitation issued on Tuesday.
Traditional African food samples will be on display for the general public during the event.
“Food is recognised around the world as a way of preserving culture and celebrating heritage, as well as having the power of bringing people together and this event is meant to do just that,” the invitation said.
Traditional Namibian food, some West African specialties, as well as Namibian arts and crafts will be displayed at the event.
The evening will also include live music and dances.
National Heritage Week in Namibia is celebrated from 16 to 22 September to celebrate heritage in the country.
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