Kwanzaa Festival 2012: Locations throughout Rochester Dec 26-31
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.
For more information: call the Kwanzaa Hotline at 436 6453
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