Projects 2017

National Algerian Centre / Projects 2017

WEEKLY PROJECT

COMMUNITY DINNER

Organised every Wednesday and, free for the community to attend and enjoy a freshly cooked hot meal, the company of others and share great conversation.

It’s about more than just sharing food. You can meet someone new and feel part of a community you can call your own. Every dinner attracts people from moltiple cultures and backgrounds which creates a beautiful social space welcoming everyone.

ENGLISH CLASSES

This course provides an opportunity to develop practical conversational skills with the aim of improving the self-confidence and independence of its students in English-speaking situations. This course provides an opportunity to develop practical conversational skills with the aim of improving the self-confidence and independence of its students in English-speaking situations.

PROJECT

DECEMBER

CHRISTMAS LUNCH AT THE CONCORD CAFE

We believe that no person should be alone during the festive season unless they want to be. So we are offering a free Xmas lunch on Christmas Day!

Through our Christmas lunch on 25th December this year we are encouraging the Community to get together and share companionship, to meet up with others and make new friends creating bonds in the community that last well beyond the single day.

We will provide a 3-course lunch, free for the community to attend at The Concord Cafe, Carlton Centre, NW6 5RA from 1PM onwards – Open to all. Dress up for the occasion if you want to!

SEPTEMBER

EID LIVE

Mahi Seddik is convinced that if he succeeds in transmitting his message to a small group, the tale is saved and the world continue its journey through time. Singers have succeeded the storyteller for the remainder of the evening of friday, which  was also animated by Hicman Volcano, Nazim Ziryab and Chab Nacim.

JUNE

BIG DINNER

Through our volunteer-led project, we hope to empower everyone with the feeling of belonging and purpose so that we may all contribute to society in an embracing way. We invite you to share the news with anyone who could benefit whether it is a new place to socialise, grow your skills or just to try various types of North African food over the course of the month. Everyone is truly welcome to be a part of our family-friendly atmosphere comprising of children, adults and the elderly.

DINNER FOR VICTIMS OF GRENFELL

The National Algerian Centre fed the community for free every evening at their community cafe (The Concord Cafe) during the month of Ramadan; and welcomed those from all cultures and backgrounds.

We  invited individuals and families who were effected by the #towerblockfire to eat at the Big Dinner. During the day if people had no place to go, they could come to the Concord Cafe to take a hot drink, some breakfast or generally have a place to feel comfortable.

APRIL

AFRO-CARIBBEAN MARKET

The Afro-Caribbean Market is to let communities know about the culture of Afro-Carribean by trying their traditional foods, participating in some activities such as dancing, listening to their music and craft activities. The food will be cooked by Granville Community Kitchen, Radio Active will lookafter the music and there will be activities.

MARCH

INTERNATIONAL WOMEN’S DAY

The development of high technology including computer technology, Internet and the telephone has helped conquer communication barriers and bridge the gap between people all over the world.Women form an integral part of society and the National Algerian Centre would like to invite all women that might be interested in this event about technology and social medias importance and how to use it.

ST PATRICKS DAY

The National Algerian Centre is celebrating St Patrick’s Day which hasn’t been celebrated before in South Kilburn. St Patrick’s Day is when everyone who is Irish celebrates the date of the death of St Patrick. They celebrate by drinking, eating, wearing a clover, pinching each other and most importantly wearing green. St Patrick’s Day is annually celebrated every year on March 17.