Our Annual Community Kwanzaa is a free community event that brings families together to kick off the holiday season with community entertainment, child-friendly activities, and a bountiful feast
Join us as we knock down walls & build bridges on Saturday, Dec. 17, 4-8pm we’ll celebrate our anniversary, diversity and the first principle Umoja (unity).
Festivities will begin with a warm welcome from Dukpah Drum & Dance Troupe, followed by the candle lighting ceremony and history, the Holiday production “Visions of Christmas” theatrical performance by All Stories Theater, storytelling & African Head wrapping demonstration of Shahidah Ahmad, and of course the evening will close with a bountiful feast of foods from the soul. Please register children so that may receive a zawadi’s (gift)
This program is free, However, seating is limited donations are greatly appreciated to help defray the cost of the event.
For More INFO : (774) 284-4729
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National Black Doll Museum
National Black Doll Museum of History & Culture
288 N. Main Street
Mansfield, Massachusetts 02048