Saturday, October 28, 2006

Come One, Come All

What are you doing on DECEMBER 15th?

I'll tell you what! If you are living in London attend the evening celebrating fatherhood, organised by Nomadic Expression and win prizes! The charity, Nomadic Expression, main objective is to bring young people and their parents together so that they may learn and play together. Aside from such a noble cause, Nomadic Expression also seeks to create leaders in the community. Their first project will be The Evening Celebrating Fatherhood. So Bloggers in UK, here are different ways to participate in making this an evening of bridges and ties that will usher in a new beginning.

1. The event will be organised by interested young people who will as a result gain experience in event management, PR & Media, fund-raising and sponsorship etc. See more here: Particular focus on CONEL, North London.

2. Nomadic Expression needs a leader in at least one school in North, South,East and West London. There are already leaders for South and North London.East and West Londoners- if you are a teacher or a youth worker at a school and want to be the charity's point of contact there, introducing the headteacher, head of years, teachers and students to the poetry contest, the story-telling competition and the evening celebrating fatherhood, get in touch. Poetry judge to be announced very soon! Information and support will be provided to you.

3. If you have a talent you would like to share with 500 people at the evening celebrating fatherhood get in touch and show us what you can do!Whatever age you are, remember the poetry contest, storytelling competition and talent sharing is open to you. See here:

4. If you run a business that can sponsor the event or contribute a prize to the poetry contest winners, write to us too.Nomadic Expression aims to bring together all involved every Saturday for a couple of hours to catch up on the progress of the competitors, leaders,talents. Venue confirmed soon.

It will be an evening full of talent and fun. Poets, perfomers, storytellers, comedians etc are going to grace the stage. If you have a talent that you want to showcase infront of 500 people please contact with your name, age and contact info. More information on entry guidelines and requirements can again be found @ Don't miss out on this night!


S.Girl said...


This has NOTHING to do with the lovely event you just posted but I didn't know how else to reach you. I updated my blog and the "Updated" sign isn't by my blog name on the list of all blogs. Do you know what's up with that? Thanks!!

Anonymous said...

Hello S.Girl,

It happens sometimes when blogrolling isnt up or something else is wrong with it.

We can do it manually, so should your blog not update in 2-3hrs, please leave us a msg like the one above.


S.Girl said...

Thanks FOC! We're new to this whole blog thing but figured it would be a good way to introduce our magazine to the blog community since they're naturally people who enjoy writing and reading. We'll post something on the main Somali Blog site once our first issue launches in January.

By the way, I really like your blog and all the pics of London. Been there once, it's a cool city. Though its funny to hear Somali folks speak Somali to me and then break out in an English accent. And vice versa, they poked fun at my slightly southern accent. But if I'm bad, they should hear the Somalis in Memphis or Atlanta! Lol.

NM said...

I would love to be there, but prior arrangments are getting in the way!

please do something like this before the 26 of jan :(