Welcome to the North East Valley Community Directory - a website directory of businesses and community organisations in the Northern end of Dunedin city.  This directory serves as a free public resource that empowers community engagement, building connections across our corner of the earth consisting of Opoho, Normanby, Upper Junction, Liberton, Pine Hill, Dalmore, and of course, North East Valley. 

How to use the directory: Browse through all the alphabetically organised listings page by page, or narrow your search by clicking on one of the below categories. If looking for a specific business or organisation, type its exact name into the provided search field. 

How to be a part of the directory: Hover over the Directory tab in the main menu at the top of this page. Click on the drop-down menu item Log-in/Sign up. Fill in the form, then submit your details. A Valley Project staff member will follow up as soon as they can. Or simply click here to take you directly to the form. 

Support local business and organisations in and around North East Valley, Dunedin!

Kadodo Music - West African Drum and Dance

Koffie Fugah is a master drummer, dancer and story-teller from Ghana, he has been performing and teaching traditional African songs, dance and drumming for over 20 years.

In 2013 he migrated to New Zealand. After arriving in New Zealand, he founded the Kadodo West African Drum and Dance School. For the past 6 years, as Kadodo’s Artistic Director, he has been facilitating drum and dance workshops for school, community, and corporate clients all over New Zealand.

His life-long passion is sharing the love of his culture with people and encouraging them to use music to express themselves joyfully.He loves working with everyone, from children to adults and thoroughly enjoys finding opportunities to share his love of African drumming and dance with everyone.

The great news is that koffie runs weekly classes each term if you would also like to experience African culture through drum and dance classes. Contact koffie for more information!
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