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Une Affaire de Famille celebrates 30 years with a bash in Sainte-Barbe

Une Affaire de Famille feted its 30th anniversary with a gigantic intergenerational and intercultural celebration at the municipal park in Sainte-Barbe on May 25.

The event featured an exceptional lineup of musicians, including Mohamed Keita, who led a drumming workshop during the afternoon. Other performers included locals Chadi Alhelou of Godmanchester and Franklin’s Jamil Azzaoui, as well as Aboucar Mané, Karim Cisse, Zaouli, Denis Miron, DJ Milio, Marco Calliari, Jerome Charlebois and Annie Roy, and many more.


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A magician was on site, and children were able to bounce off some energy on a selection of inflatable games. A free hot dog meal was offered to visitors, and there were plenty of treats and activities provided by sponsors of the birthday bash, which went on into the night.

Une Affaire de Famille director Gabrielle Limoges said she was especially happy to see all the families taking part in the event, which aimed to not only highlight the organization’s exceptional work over the past three decades, but to provide an opportunity for people to come together across generations and cultures.

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