Friday 20th June 2014 At South Granville Performing Arts Creative High School Afghan Bazaar provided a beautiful opportunity to showcase the CMRC / School partnership projects, Find Your Voice! public speaking training and social enterprise programs at the one event. 300 people attended the Afghan Bazaar. Following a 5 week Kite Making Program with the school students, the school staff and students helped bring all the elements of the night together- with 2 youth MCs, Afghan traditional music and local comedians from the Hazara community. Students sang, and then helped run the popular Afghan Quiz, artisans and small business owners held stalls, henna designs and face painting were enjoyed by the families. Our Local Member for Parramatta, Federal MP Julie Owens was able to stop by.

Afghan Bazaar

Friday 20th June 2014
At South Granville Performing Arts Creative High School

Afghan Bazaar provided a beautiful opportunity to showcase the CMRC / School partnership projects, Find Your Voice! public speaking training and social enterprise programs at the one event.

300 people attended the Afghan Bazaar. Following a 5 week Kite Making Program with the school students, the school staff and students helped bring all the elements of the night together- with 2 youth MCs, Afghan traditional music and local comedians from the Hazara community. Students sang, and then helped run the popular Afghan Quiz, artisans and small business owners held stalls, henna designs and face painting were enjoyed by the families. Our Local Member for Parramatta, Federal MP Julie Owens was able to stop by.

Photos are available on our facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/#!/media/set/?set=a.823360644370619.1073741897.211505218889501&type=3

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