West Africa Day in Portsmouth

Sunday August 19  5:30 - 7:30
The Portsmouth Athenaeum
9 Market Street  Portsmouth NH

Please join us for a special reception in welcoming distinguished representatives of Niger
His Majesty the Sultan de L'Air Oumarou Bin Ibrahim Oumarou and Her Excellency Professor Hassana Alidou, Niger Ambassador to the U.S.

Portsmouth Mayor Robert Lister will present a Proclamation of West Africa Day in Portsmouth followed by discussions of regional culture, current events and the designation of Agadez as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Admission is free. Space is limited - reservations are strongly recommended.  CLICK TO RESERVE         

Private post reception dinner with guests of honor: $100pp.
all 603.371.0676 to reserve.

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