16-12-2019 by redazione
Everyone at the Voile Rouge to celebrate Italian Christmas, Monday, December 23rd, bringing as a gift some food and drink to toast!
The feast of meeting, sharing and feeling Italian in Kenya, in Malindi is traditionally linked to the moon and is an initiative created by Armando and Lucia Cerato with Giulio Bianchi at Voile Rouge, their space on the beach of G.A. Complex in Lamu Road (behind the former Kiwi People, for instance).
This year the evening of the moon becomes the occasion to celebrate Christmas and will take place on Monday, December 23 from 8 pm. As usual (which often someone forgets, but under Christmas is also a way to exchange a sign of peace and brotherhood) everyone is invited to bring something to eat and drink, because the Voile Rouge is not a restaurant but a private place, open to initiatives like this.
For their part, the organizers as always will not miss music, hospitality and service to celebrate Christmas with friends, toast to the joy of meeting in Malindi and spend an evening together in joy.
For information, you can contact Lucia Cerato at Tel. 0722829068
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