Kigali Night Run
Over 1000 people are expected to participate in the third edition of Kigali Night Run later today.
According to organisers, the 5.4km race is open to all and will be starting from Kigali Business Centre (KBC) roundabout in Kimihurura at 7pm.
The annual event is organised in partnership with Rwanda Development Board, the Ministry of Sports and Culture, the City of Kigali, and Rwanda National Police since 2016 as a build-up race to Kigali International Peace Marathon.
The Made-in-Rwanda Exhibition opened on Tuesday, May 8, at the Kigali Car Free Zone and ends today Friday, May 11. This is the best place to pick your locally tailored clothing, footwear, art and crafts, and food, among others.
Circle of bookaholics
Nkundagusoma Bookclub will gather the circle of bookaholics for a book review and discussion. It will be an inspirational session as they discuss the book “Americanah” by Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie at the Kigali Public Library on Saturday, May 12, from 3-6pm.
Mother’s Day dinner
Events Horizon Ltd is organising dinner for mothers that will take place at the Kigali Marriot Hotel, tomorrow starting at 6pm. As part of the event, there will be a fundraising moment to mothers who are taking care of children with disabilities and they will be awarded with gifts and hampers.
Have fun with family and friends as you watch the latest movies, Avengers Infinity War, 102 Not Out, Rampage and 7 Days in Entebbe showing this weekend at Century Cinema, Kigali located at the Kigali City Tower. Showtime is 3:30pm to 9pm.
If you are still looking for places to hang out this weekend, worry no more. Kigali has a number of nightclubs, to help you sweat the night away. They include The Junction, Chillax Lounge, K-Club, Envy club, People’s Club and Ogopogo.