November 29, 2010 No Comments lisaADC Uncategorized

Kwanzaa 121810Title: Celebrate KWANZAA – Where We Come From
Location: Dunbar Culture Center, 325 W. 2nd Street, Tucson
Description: “Celebrate KWANZAA – Where We Come From”

Saturday, Dec. 18th, 2010 from 11am-4pm
Dunbar Culture Center, 325 W. 2nd Street, Tucson
(two blocks south of Speedway, off Main).

FREE and Open to the Public.

S.P.Ar.C.C. (South Park Art and Culture Center) and Barbea Williams Performing Company Present celebrate the Kwanzaa Holiday Tradition with “Where We Come From” an educational and entertaining arts and culture carnival that promotes parent/child interaction, learning and values, socialization beyond competition. A variety of hands on and audience participation activities that include, Cultural Face Painting and Make-up, Hair Designs from a cultural perspective, Old Fashion Carnival Games Made Even Older, Drum Rhythms of the Old Mali Empire, African, Aztec, Mexican cultures, and Old World Children’s Games, Various Dance Performances and Workshops, Storytellin’, and Crafts made from your prizes. This community-based, inter-generational Arts in Education project has four artistic and cultural components: Arts education, Literary, Performing and Visual Art.

For Schedule & Information – moc.liamgnull@cpwbaebrab or call: Barbea Williams (520) 628-7785.

Pro Neighborhoods and Barbea Williams Performing Company sponsored this project.

Date: 2010-12-18