All is set for the 3rd Uganda International Culture Fair which will be marked in September 2018 at the Uganda Museum in Kampala.
The fair is aimed at bringing together communities both local and international women, youth, families and exhibitors of different products.
Running this time under the theme, “Our diversity cultures; empowering each other,” the fair is expected to showcase different forms of art, music, dance, drama, comedy, visual arts, foods and beverages, local brew, fashion, poetry, storytelling and many more.
According to the organizers, some of the activities that will take place at the conference are thematic conferences on culture and conservation, school quiz competitions and storytelling sessions.
There will also be a wildlife exhibition and education by the Uganda Wildlife Education Centre with the main focus on totems and spiritual emblems that demonstrate conservation challenges stemming from ancient times of our fore fathers.
The fair is also expected to hosts at least 300 exhibitors who will display Africa’s most interesting cultural products like artifacts, memorabilia, cuisines, fashions which would empower them to show case their rich cultures.