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Guinness World RecordsĀ® title attempt: most nationalities in a drum circle

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Do you want to be a Guinness World Records® title holder?
The City of Stirling is planning a Guinness World Records® title attempt: most nationalities in a drum circle.

We are only a few numbers away from being able to beat the world record.

If you have a valid passport from any of the countries below, or know someone who does, please register.

Some of the missing nationalities we are looking for include:

Afghan, Albanian, Algerian, Angolan, Austrian, Bahraini, Bangladeshi, Bulgarian,
Burundian, Cameroonian, Cook Islander, Congolese, Czech, Danish, Dutch, Ethiopian, Eritrean, Estonian, Fijian, Finnish, Ghanian, Icelandic, Japanese, Liberian,
Libyian, Madagascan, Malawian, Maldivian, Malian, Mexican, Mongolian, Namibian,
Rwandese, Saudi Arabian, Senegalise, Serbian, Sierra Leonean, Slovenian, South Sudanese, Swedish, Taiwanese, Thai, Tongan, Tswana, Tunisian, Turkish and Ugandan.

If you think your nationality may not yet be represented, please email gwr@stirling.wa.gov.au

The event will take place as part of Harmony Week to commemorate the cultural diversity of our City.

Date: Friday 15 March 2019
Time: 9.00am – 11.00am
Venue: The Square Mirrabooka,
Sudbury Road (opposite Mirrabooka bus station)

For further information visit the website or email gwr@stirling.wa.gov.au

Click here to register


9.00 - 11.00am Friday, 15 March


The Square Mirrabooka
Sudbury Road
Mirrabooka, Western Australia


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