Bring the entire family out to experience the thrill of this event and to celebrate Caribbean American Heritage Month 'Anancy' style!
An official Proclamation of Caribbean American Heritage Month will be presented by Deputy Mayor John C. Maingot of Longwood at this special event
Perfect for Family Entertainment the Event includes:
- Face Painting by 'Cookie The Clown'
- Local Celebrity Readers in the Western Union Reading Center
- Caribbean Cultural Performances
- Original Children's Poetry
- Finger Play Performances
- Children's Puppetry
- Interactive Children's Songs and Music
- Spider Art & Crafts
- Live 'Rose Hair' Tarantula Spider on display
- Author Dan Pokima speaking about growing up in Nigeria
- African Art on display by Three Masks Inc.,
- Hand's-on Children's Art experience and Anancy drawings
- Seminole County Library card sign-ups
- Discounted Orlando City Soccer Club Game Tickets available
- Caribbean food available for purchase from Island Sizzle Restaurant
- 'Jamaican Cultural Connection' exhibit table
- Meet Miss. Orlando Caribbean, Shana Simpson
- Have fun creating your own spider web
Saturday June 8th
Time: 4:00pm - 6:00pm (Children focused segment)
'One People' Film Documentary shows from 6:30pm - 8:00pm
DARE BOOKSTORE Address: 245 N. US. Highway 17-92, Longwood, Fl. 32750
2 Yrs.and Under FREE
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Special door prizes for the first 25 children to arrive at the event with 1 lucky name drawn from among all the children attendees to receive an 'Anancy storybook' compliments of Dare Bookstore.
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