Hayti Legacy Kwanzaa
This first day of Kwanzaa is an all-day family event celebrating African descended people, culture, history, and contributions. There will be: market place shopping, candle lighting ceremony, workshops, food, live performances and more.
Kwanzaa is a 7-day celebration of family, community, and culture observed from December 26 through January 1. Our Annual Hayti Kwanzaa kicks off the week-long Kwanzaa festivities in the Triangle on Dec. 26th. Co-sponsors – Shabutaso Inc. and Hayti Heritage Center – bring the community together under Kwanzaa’s first day and principle – Umoja – Ki-Swahili for Unity. The day-long event features vendors, film, chess, music and dance workshops for the community.
WHO: Children, Adults, Seniors
WHAT: Hayti Kwanzaa– family-friendly African-American cultural celebration
WHEN: Monday December 26th, 2016 1pm – 9:30pm
WHERE: Hayti Heritage Center 804 Old Fayetteville St. Durham, NC 27701
HOW MUCH: Free & Open to The Public. Suggested donation $5; No one will be turned away.
Shabutaso Inc. is a nonprofit 501(c)(3) connecting and reconnecting to traditional African culture and values. The St. Joseph’s Historic Foundation is committed to the Hayti Heritage Center, the former St. Joseph’s AME Church, a National Historic Landmark, as a cultural and economic anchor to the greater Durham community. St. Joseph’s Historic Foundation, Inc. is a nonprofit, charitable organization under Section 501(c)(3) of the U.S. Internal Revenue Code.
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