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A Night At The Cotton Club 2

Yebies University | Yebies

Saturday, February 11, 2012 at 10:00 PM - Sunday, February 12, 2012 at 3:00 AM (EST)

A Night At The Cotton Club 2

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This ticket includes one entry in a raffle and a gift from one of our sponsors
Ended $7.00 $1.17
This ticket includes two entries in a raffle and a gift from one of our sponsors
Ended $10.00 $1.24

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"A Night At The Cotton Club 2"

This February we are having an event that celebrates the past, present, and future here in DC. Our 2nd annual Black History Month semi-formal affair will be on Saturday February 11th. As we get ready to launch the new site, this night of fun and camaraderie is in memory of the 1920's renaissance and the culture and style it cultivated and left us with. The night is inspired by the great events of the past held at the legendary CottonClub and venues alike from Harlem to Washington DC. We want people to come out ready to dance, network, drink, socialize, and most importantly have f
un. This will definitely be a night to remember as we take a trip back in time. There will be live music throughout the night from singer/ song writer Camari James as well as DJ Spicoli of DCtoBC & Rock Creek Social Club on the 1s and 2s. The dress code for this event is semi-formal. This event is open to the public but the dress code will be enforced in order to create the ultimate experience.




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When & Where

Zeba Bar
3423 14th Street NW
Washington, DC 20010

Saturday, February 11, 2012 at 10:00 PM - Sunday, February 12, 2012 at 3:00 AM (EST)

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The YU Knowledge Regins Supreme Book Club was created to motivate people to read an array of books and collectively discuss the main themes of each selected book and how they relate to the readers' lives and communities. This book club brings individuals together to broaden their professional and social networks, along with their personal perspectives on a variety of topics.


YEBies(Young Educated Black Individuals Elevating Society), first started as a blog in the summer of 2008 with the primary intention of detailing the experience of and uniting the various subcultures of the African Diaspora.  With a global perspective and local insight, we have had a particular focus on the communities within the metropolitan areas of the United States. Based inin Washington, D.C., over the years, YEBies has developed into a multi-faceted movement striving to connect, apprise, impact, and galvanize these dynamic subcultures through our blog and social and networking events.

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