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It's Kwanzaa Time!!! - 2011
A lot of you were invited to different Kwanzaa Events but responded with I wish I could have been there, or I wish they had something like that where I am...
Well that is possible!
The Harambee Connection and friends once again invite you to join an Online Kwanzaa Gathering where you can attend at the comfort of your home, work, or wherever you are...
Connect with us at Tuesday, December 27th 7-10pm eastern time:
or call in to (626) 696-8517 for your live participation.
This Online Global Kwanzaa Gathering is where you and other celebrants of Kwanzaa are coming together from near and far, representing a portion of the Africans in the diaspora that have this unique time to come together at the same relative time. Showing our Umoja, expressing our Kujichagulia and sharing in Libations, Spoken Word, Music and more....
Tell your friends and family, and join the gathering. We look forward to your presence and participation.
Keynote Speaker: Mama Tendai Paula Johnson of the African Diaspora Ancestral Commemoration Institute - ADACI
UNIA-ACL Citizenship Induction Program
President General: Senghor Baye
Counsel General: I-Nia Reginia Rogers
Inner-Attainment by KaBa
Candle Lighting Ceremony
Dinner Sales - African Market Place
For Further Information Call: 202-636-1116
THE DANCE INSTITUTE OF WASHINGTON
Fabian Barnes, Founder and Artistic Director
DIW's Annual Spirit of Kwanzaa Celebration Concerts
Columbia Heights Education Campus Auditorium
3101 16th Street, NW
Washington, DC 20010
Wednesday, December 28th:
* Opening Night Performance, 7pm start; doors 6:30pm
Thursday, December 29th:
* Evening Performance 7pm start; doors 6:30pm
Friday, December 30th (7pm - 10pm)
9185 Central Ave.
Capitol Heights, MD!
Cost - Donation of your choice
Vendors Needed!- Reasonable Pricing
Contact (202) 413-4581 for more info.
December 31st Capital City Kwanzaa Festival
Elegba Folklore Society, Richmond’s Cultural Ambassador, presents the 2011 Capital City Kwanzaa Festival on Saturday, December 31, 1:00 p.m. – 9:00pm at The Showplace Exhibition Center, 3000 Mechanicsville Turnpike, Richmond, Virginia.
The 2011 Capital City Kwanzaa Festival presents a carefully planned series of events that please the palette of attendees and capture the spirit and the significance of the Kwanzaa holiday.