The cultural presentation will be held at the Botanical Garden’s Picnic Point on November 26.
Numbering about 100, the children will be performing traditional dances of their home villages, which lie along the Kumusi River in Oro province.
The participants, who ages ranged from 18 and below, represented the seven districts of Oro settlement.
During the daylong cultural presentation, the quest for Miss Tembari 2012 will also be held.
Each district will have a contestant to vie for the title, who will be judged according to their performance as cultural dancers and on their replies as to why they would like to be the Queen of Tembari.
Three community leaders from the settlement and three expatriate guests will make up the judging panel.
The title winner will raise funds for the Tembari children during the year of her reign.
The cultural show also aimed to raise funds to build a Tembari Chilren’s Care (TCC) resource centre in Oro province and to support the children’s education.
Donations towards the children’s education will be highly appreciated.
Sponsored by Tembari, the even is part of the day care facility’s community outreach programme.
Gate tickets are available at K15 – adults, and K5 – children.
For more information, please contact Patison Kopada, Tembari administrator, on telephone 726-19552 and cellphone 726-19552 and telephone 3422-047.