Igbo Cultural extravaganza 2015

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Re; 2nd Igbo World Festival of Arts and Culture at the Igbo Village of the Frontier Culture Museum in Staunton Virginia, USA and you are invited:
 

Announcing  the 2nd Igbo World Festival of Arts and Culture scheduled for July 23-25th weekend at the Igbo Village of the Frontier Culture Museum in Staunton Virginia, USA. We are calling on all Igbos both at home and in the Diaspora to plan to participate at this exciting Festival to showcase and enjoy the rich Igbo Cultural Heritage.

 

This year we are expecting many governors and VIPs, Ohaneze Ndigbo is also partnering with CISA and other Igbo Organizations for this memorable Festival. Reserve July 23-25th weekend for your family summer get away in Virginia to attend the Festival. We are encouraging All Igbo Organizations all over the world to take part in the Planning of the Igbo Cultural extravaganza 2015.

 

There are over 2,500 Igbo Organizations and Associations and Clubs in U.S. and Canada alone, and many more in Asia, Africa, Europe, Australia, and South America. Last year we had 29 Igbo Organizations partnering with CISA for the Event. This year we are looking for more than 100 Igbo groups to be a part of this event. Ohaneze Ndigbo in South Africa just contacted us to tell us they are coming with a big cultural contingent, with their Cultural dance and masquerade. (ndi be anyi emume nke a ga adikwa egwu).

 

There will be exhibition of various Igbo Pre-historic artifacts tools and instruments from the past drawn from various parts of Igboland part of the Igbo World Civilization. We are expecting cultural dances from Anioma (Delta), Abia, Anambra, Ebonyi, Enugu, Imo and Rivers states. Join us in the Planning; this event is for the unity of all Ndigbo. All Igbo groups planning to Partner with CISA for this festival please send an email to Okechukwu P. Oranika, Chairman, Planning Committee at oranika@aol.com  or Mathias Mgbeafulu at 313-729-2076 , General Secretary, . We will be posting regular updates on the Festival planning activities as the logistics unfolds.

 

BROCHURE:

 

Your posterity would love to read your name in the archived documents of the museum when we may have left this planet. Anụ zuru ụkwụ ya zuru aha ya! Please call Mazi Chuks Okereke at 1 813-920-9915 and put your message/picture/Ad. 
Back Page                 

$750.00 (minimum bid)

Inside front cover     

$750.00 (minimum bid)

Inside back cover     

$600.00 (minimum bid)

Centerfold Pages

(minimum bid)     $600.00.00

Full page

(excluding the four above) $100.00.00

Half a page                                        

$75.00

 

 ACCOMODATION:

 

If you want to stay where everybody is, including the Igbo dignitaries from Nigeria and other African countries (Ebe Any Nọọ), please call 540/886-5000 now and secure your room! And remember to quote “CISA2015″!

Call and make a Reservation @ 540/886-5000!! Please Quote ‘CISA 2015

 

LOGISTICS:  CISA and members of the Planning Committee are committed to making conference activities accessible and enjoyable for all. If you have special needs, please contact Professor Paul Oranika, Chairman at oranika@yahoo.com to discuss arrangements.

 

CONFERENCE PROGRAM:  *Town Hall ** Festival/Arts /Cultural Event *** Project Luncheon**** Gala Event 

 

NEARBY AIRPORTS: 

  1. Shenandoah Valley/Weyers Cave – (15 miles) www.flyshd.com 
  2. Charlottesville – (45 miles) www.gocho.com 
  3. Richmond – (115 miles) www.flyrichmond.com 
  4. Roanoke – (90 miles) www.flyroa.com 
  5. Dulles – (140 miles) www.metwashairports.com

For More Information, please contact the following:

Okechukwu P. Oranika

Chairman, Planning Committee , 2nd Igbo World Festival of Arts and Culture 2015

Email oranika@aol.com

Phone: 770-401-5008

Mathias Mgbeafulu

Council of Igbo States in Americas (CISA)

Chudi Asidianya

President, Council of Igbo States in Americas(CISA)

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