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Wednesday, December 19, 2012

Christmas at the Cairo Jazz Club (with a Charity Event too ...)

The Cairo Jazz Club organizes two back to back Christmas music events on the 24th and 25th December, 2012 starting from 10:00 PM. In these occasions a special Christmas menu will be available.

On Saturday December 24, 2012 (Christmas Eve) CJC presents a tech, vocal house evening with DJ Mistletoe & Mayhem ft. Misty & Hafez.

On Christmas Day, Sunday December 25, 2012 the stage will be taken by the band GLASS ONION who will play for a Charity Event. Glass Onion have a very special playlist prepared for this Christmas presenting a more sophisticated spin-off to the legendary Beatles. All proceedings will be donated to The CANOSSA VOCATIONAL CENTRE. The Canossa Centre is an educational, vocational and training centre for the displaced Sudanese and Egyptian youth, women and children living in Cairo. They provide quality community-based education and services that equip refugees with all the necessary skills, educational support and encouragement to help build up their self sufficiency and self respect in preparation for repartition and resettlement into society. The Canossa Centre is composed of two sections; the kindergarten and the vocational centre for adults. For more information contact The Canossa Centre on 026376953 or visit their website: . 5 Abu Hashish Street, Helmiet El Zeitoun, Cairo, Egypt.

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