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UPCOMING KWANZAA CELEBRATIONS DEC. 26 - DEC. 29 VARIOUS LOCATIONS AND TIMES RSVP 718-783-3465 / 347-760-8147

WED. DEC. 26 6 PM - MIDNITE
KWANZAA CELEBRATION 
138 SAINT JAMES PLACE BKLYN
BRING A BEVERAGE AND / OR A VEGAN DISH
OR FRESH ORGANIC FRUIT TO SHARE 
RSVP 718-783-3465 / 347-760-8147.
 

UPCOMING KWANZAA CELEBRATIONS !!
KWANZAA WITH MAULANA KARENGA
WHY KWANZA By Maulana Karenga
KWANZAA @ THE APOLLO - HARLEM
APOLLO THEATRE'S ANNUAL KWANZAA CELEBRATION
SATURDAY, DECEMBER 29, 2018
A Question of Modesty
KWANZAA COLLECTIVE - BROOKLYN
This Program is Free $5 donations are requested
3PM
Children will be entertained by WATOTO ENTERTAINMENT
also
A PANEL DISCUSSION
The Karamu (Feast,) starts at 4:00pm and ends at 5:30pm
The Kwanzaa Ceremony will begin at 5:20pm
Evening Entertainment will feature
Fesah Rollins aka D.O.T.. Sz
NORTH DIVISION X
The RBG Girlz
ASASE YAA DRUM & DANCE ENSEMBLE
Venue- PS 57 is located in the Bedford Stuyvesant section of Brooklyn, 11221
near Lewis & Lafayette,area of Broadway & Dekalb Ave.
Take J train to Kosciusko
From Fulton Street and Utica Ave, take the M46, get off at Lafayette Ave.
For further information call (917) 881-7547
Vendors should call the number listed or email
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The Kwanzaa Collective consist of the following organizations;
International African Arts Festival (IAAFestival),
OBBATANPA\(House of Hope, N'Abasumfie Intl.,),
Roots Revisited,
Temple Okanran Ogunda,
The ANKHSGIVING COLLECTIVE,
Positive Pioneers,
The New York Chapter of the National Association of Kawaida Organizations (NAKO)
KWANZAA - STATEN ISLAND
The celebration honors African heritage in African-American culture and is observed from December 26 to January 1, culminating in a feast and gift-giving. Kwanzaa has seven core principles (Nguzo Saba). It was created by Maulana Karenga and was first celebrated in 1966–67.
Kwanzaa is 2 weeks away and we are super excited about the Kwanzaa Celebration & Ujamaa Marketplace, Saturday, Dec 29, 2018 @ Dreyfus I.S. 49, 101 Warren St, SI, NY 10304 from 4pm-10pm.
This FREE family-friendly community event hosted at Dreyfus JHS 49, Stapleton is to commemorate the Kwanzaa Principle of Ujamaa (Cooperative Economics) and will focus on traditional African values of family, community responsibility, commerce and self-improvement.
All are welcome to experience the Unity; Creativity; Faith and perfect Giving of gifts items at the Ujamaa Marketplace.
UJAMAA MARKETPLACE:
- Alkebulan Conscious Rising (Food)
- Charlene Allen, Sharlenez Reflection
(handmade garments = ponchos - shawls - capes- coats - jackets - and scarfs)
- Bashir Abdul Alim (Soaps, incense & MORE)
- Diva Collectibles (Handcrafted accessories with an afrocentric flair)
- Michelle Brown Diamond, Legacy Int'l (Supplements for optimum health & MORE!)
- Karen Christi, In My Image Production(Aluminum earrings, nose-chains, unisex necklaces, headdresses and MORE!)
- Denise Goring Artwear (Fashion)
- 1st Generation (Health and Wellness products & apparel)
- Melissa Harlall, Paparazzi Jewelry
- Roc-A-Natural (Handmade Natural moisturizers, Tshirts & MORE)
*Activities-Story Teller-Entertainment-Face Painting-Master Drummer-Designers and MORE!
To become a vendor, visit: https://www.rocanatural.com/kvendors
Arts & Crafts Vendor - $32.00 & Food vendor - $52.00.
For more information on getting involved as an entertainer (singers, dancers, poets, etc) or volunteer, please contact: Greg Taylor (917) 664-1959 / Tina Brown (718) 300-9402.
Kwanzaa Event Link
KWANZAA @ MUSEUM OF NATURAL HISTORY
Voza Rivers/New Heritage Theatre Group &
Community Works NYC
are proud to continue our long time partnership with the American Museum of Natural History presenting KWANZAA 2018.
This year KWANZAA 2018 will feature performances of the amazing 
 OYO ORO AFRO CUBAN EXPERIMENTAL DANCE ENSEMBLE
direct from  Santiago de Cuba and HARLEM/HAVANA 2018 
and The Black Comics Collective.
Please join us for an exciting and entertaining afternoon.
Saturday, December 29, 2018
Noon - 5pm
Join us for the Museum's 40th annual KWANZAA event, a celebration of African-American heritage that is rooted in seven principles known as Nguzo Saba, which promotes, unity, culture, and community development. 
Black Comics Collective hosts a live drawing performance inspired by the seven principles and Oyu Oro Afro Cuban Experimental Dance Ensemble performs music and dance from Afro-Cuban traditions. 
The festival also features a local artisan marketplace, 
organized by the Harlem Arts Alliance.
Kwanzaa is hosted by Dr. Linda H. Humes, scholar and storyteller.
WHERE TO GO:
With this RSVP, you may only enter via the 77th Street Entrance 
or Subway Entrance In order to expedite entry, please print your tickets in advance and present them once you arrive.
SCHEDULE OF EVENTS
For the full schedule of events, performances, 
and exploration stations, 
visit AMNH.ORG/KWANZAA
KWANZAA 2018 is provided, in part, by the May and Samuel Rudin Family Foundation, Inc. and the family of Frederick H. Leonhardt.
KWANZAA 2018 is co-presented by Community Works 
and New Heritage Theatre Group.
KWANZAA BOOK SIGNING & READING
Above are several upcoming Kwanzaa Events and hope you can attend with your family and friends !!
Holistic Health Services and Chapter Memberships also make really great stocking stuffers!! Do click image below to visit all our Holistic Health Practitioners, Nationwide & Worldwide !!
African Holistic Health Chapter of NY • Visit Our Website

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