Brazilian Day 2014 includes a whole program of activities, concerts, cultural events and cuisine. Sarah Pallares explores the subtlety of Latin rhythms through dance. Ketubara, a colourful drumline, recreates the atmosphere of joy and the rhythms of the Afro-Brazilian music of Bahia. The Association of Ouro Capoeira Cordão shows the technicalities behind capoeira, a Brazilian martial art. There are arts and craft for kids. And more.
The free events begin at 11am and last into the night.
For a full program schedule, click here.