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Kwanzaa Festival 2012: Locations throughout Rochester Dec 26-31

Season and/or holiday: 
Kwanzaa
The event has already taken a place at this date: 
Mon, 12/31/2012
Time: 
December 26 -31
Ages: 
All Ages
Price: 
FREE
Celebration of African American family, community, and culture! Locations all over Rochester including the MAG, RMSC, and more.

 

 

Kwanzaa Festival 2012

 

What is Kwanzaa?

 

Kwanzaa means “first fruits of the harvest,” is a time to celebrate African American people, our ancestors and our culture. We seek to honor our past, evaluate our present and commit ourselves to a more productive future. Africans and African-Americans of all religious faiths and backgrounds celebrate Kwanzaa.

 

Kwanzaa 2012

 

For more information: call the Kwanzaa Hotline at 436 6453

 

 

Locations

 

Umoja (Unity) December 26 Dr. Freddie Thomas School  2-5pm 625 Scio Street

 

Kujichagulia (Self-Determination) December 27 Wheatley Library 2-5 pm  33 Dr Samuel McCree Way

 

Ujima (Collective Work & Responsibility) December 28 Memorial Art Gallery  12 -5pm  500 University Ave.

 

Ujamaa (Cooperative Economics) December 29 Rochester Museum and Science Center 3-6pm 657 East Ave

 

Nia (Purpose) December 30 Baobab Cultural Center  3 -6pm 728 University Ave

 

Kuumba (Creativity) December 31 Memorial AME Zion Church  6-9pm 549 Clarissa St

 

 

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