Date: 21 Feb 2018 - 4 Dec 2018
Would you like to learn more about the people, places and communities that make Belfast? Are you interested in visiting different places of worship, understanding why different communities celebrate the events they do?
If so, come along to our DiverseCity events to learn more about the culture and traditions of some of the communities living in Belfast.
This is a year long programme with free events happening each month.
You must reserve your place in advance by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org or calling 028 9027 0663.
Further details on each of the events, including venues will be provided following your reservation.
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|Visit to Belfast Jewish Synagogue
||11 October 2018
||10.30am - 12.30pm
||This visit and workshop will enable participants to understand aspects relating to the history, heritage and cultural practice of the Jewish community, as well as providing an opportunity to participate in a tour of the Synagogue.
|Discover Ulster-Scots, History and Cultural Experience
||7 November 2018
||10am - 12 noon
||This facilitated visit will provide participants with the opportunity to visit the Discover Ulster-Scots Centre and explore the rich history, heritage and cultural traditions of the Ulster-Scots. Participants will also have the chance to learn about the Ulster-Scots language and enjoy some traditional Ulster-Scots music.
|Indian Community Centre
||21 November 2018
||10am - 12.30pm
||This event, hosted in the historical Indian Community Centre, will provide participants with the opportunity to hear about the history, culture and diversity of the Indian Community living in Belfast. Participants will also have an opportunity to view the Hindu temple and hear about the contribution the community have made to life in Belfast.
|Traveller Awareness Workshop
||4 December 2018
||10am - 12 noon
||This workshop will provide information about Travellers in Northern Ireland. It will enable participants to understand aspects relating to Traveller culture, language and way of life.