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Kwanzaa

Kwanzaa

19th annual Kwanzaa Celebration

Monday, December 30, 2012, 5 p.m.
Cary Arts Center
Free & open to the public


Don't miss the 19th Annual Cary Kwanzaa Celebration! Cary Kwanzaa is a communal, cultural celebration that honors African-American people and their heritage. This year’s celebration will feature West African storyteller and drummer Braima Moiwa, Blues singer Logie Meachum and percussionist Atiba Rorie and Africa Unplugged. Darrell Stover will serve as the master of ceremonies.

 

Kwanzaa is a celebration for all people, focusing on family, friends and the fruits of the earth. During Kwanzaa, people are invited to ponder the Nguzo Saba, seven powerful principles derived from African heritage, as a means of taking stock, celebrating achievements and entering the future refreshed and renewed.


Contact

For more information, please contact:

Rob Garner
rob.garner@townofcary.org
Page-Walker Arts & History Center
(919) 460-4963