As the weekend unfolds, the search for the perfect spot to indulge in your favourite hobbies begins. To guide you through the myriad of options, The New Times has handpicked five specially curated events that promise to make your weekend in Kigali memorable. 1. European Film Festival: A cinematic journey Embark on a cinematic adventure at the European Film Festival, presented by the Delegation of the European Union in Rwanda. With screenings at multiple venues including Canal Olympia, Century Cinema, Institut Français Rwanda, and Cine El May (Kwa Mayaka), this festival, spanning from November 15 to 19, promises four days of compelling films. https://x.com/NewTimesRwanda/status/1724813410267750680?s=20 Film enthusiasts can kick off the weekend with free entrance and enjoy the rich storytelling of European cinema. 2. Kamado Experience: Grilling extravaganza Explore the first-ever Kamado grill in Rwanda at 'The Kamado Experience' hosted by The Rock Cocktail and Bistro. More than just a meal, it's a culinary journey inspired by traditional Japanese cooking techniques. Gather your friends and savor the joy of grilling a selection of meats, including Pork Sausage, Pork Ribs, Beef Fillet, and Chicken. With a variety of accompaniments and complimentary snacks, this flavorful experience unfolds over 2-3 hours at The Rock Cocktail and Bistro in Rebero, for Rwf150,000 a group of four people will get a selection of 2kg of any chosen meats accompanied by unlimited sides made up of fries, salad, and rice. 3. Paints and Pours with the MacKenzies: Artistic afternoon The Mackenzies socialites are orchestrating, Paints and Pours, an event happening on Saturday, November 18, from 2 pm to 8 pm at Park Inn by Radisson. Prepare for an afternoon brimming with amusement, games, and, of course, the joy of artistic expression. For an entrance fee of Rwf25,000, inclusive of a welcome drink and all necessary painting supplies, attendees are not just participants; they're potential winners. Among the perks, a chance to secure a ticket to the next Mackenzies event awaits lucky participants. 4. Black Like No Other Night: A night of artistry Choma'd Bar and Grill presents Black Like No Other Night on Saturday, November 18, featuring artist Ry. From 2 pm until late, experience an evening filled with artistic expression. Early birds can enter for Rwf5,000 from 2-5 pm, and the fee rises to Rwf10,000 thereafter. 5. I Bweranganzo Concert: Musical praise and worship On Sunday, November 19, Chorale Cristus Regnat will host the I Bweranganzo concert at Kigali Conference and Exhibition Village (KCEV), formerly Camp Kigali. Starting at 4 pm, gospel enthusiasts can enjoy a blend of praise, worship, and musical performances. Early bird tickets range from Rwf5,000 to Rwf20,000, and on-the-gate prices are Rwf8,000 to Rwf25,000. You can also secure a table for six at Rwf150,000. To catch up on the latest events happening in Kigali, visit The New Times and follow our social media platforms for updates throughout the weekend.