Kwanzaa Voyages 2012
Public Event • By Barbea Williams
Saturday, December 15, 2012
10:00am until 4:00pm in MST
Dunbar Culture Center, 325 W. 2nd Street (two blocks south of Speedway, off Main).
Barbea Williams Performing Company presents "Kwanzaa Voyages"
The values and morals of Kwanzaa are explored in a series of workshops, performances, photo gallery and lecture/demonstrations presented by Barbea Williams Performing Company and Friends. Our travels to “Know Thy Self” are shared through Dr. Karenga’s Kawaida System, this laid the foundation for the celebration of Kwanzaa and it’s seven principles observed during Kwanzaa and throughout the year.
These workshops offer Pan African-Centered Cult
ural Dance, Drum, Carnival Games, Story Lore, Arts and Crafts workshops. Our hands on African-Centered Arts Carnival, Kwanzaa Symbols and Principles, Ethnic Face Painting, - spotlight on Nigeria, Burkina Faso and African, African American and Plantation children’s games . This intergenerational event involves interaction, audience participation and educational enrichment with members of the Barbea Williams Performing Company, Students of the Dunbar Dance and Art Academy and Special Guests.
Door and Raffle Prizes throughout the day.
General admission: $6. -, Children under 12 – free, family discounts available. Call: (520) 628-7785 for more information. Saturday, December 15th from 10-4pm.
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Located at the historic Dunbar Culture Center, 325 W. 2nd Street (two blocks south of Speedway, off Main).
Barbea Williams Performing Company offers on-going dance classes for children, teens and adults.
We hope you can join us and help spread the word about our upcoming Kwanzaa event.
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