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New Haven Kwanzaa Celebration

Time: December 29, 2010 from 3pm to 7:30pm
Location: Wilson Public Library
Street: 303 Washington Ave
City/Town: New Haven, CT
Phone: S.W.A.N.A (203)891-7055, Wilson Library(203)946-2228 ask for Melissa, Elaine Peters (203)901-4765
Event Type: kwanzaa, celebration
Organized By: Wilson Branch Library & S.W.A.N.A.
Latest Activity: Dec 16, 2010

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New Haven's Kwanzaa Celebration!


Come Celebrate Community with this Kwanzaa Celebration! Dec 29th 3 - 7:30pm at the Wilson Public Library. 303 Washington Ave, New Haven, CT


"Nzingas  Daughters"- Women of Song and Prose

Guest Speakers: Josephine Banks, Lyda Dixson and Clifton Graves

Women of  S. W. A.N. A., Dante Hall and More!

Film Presentation:

The Black Candle: Narrated by, Maya Angelou and directed by M.K. Asante Jr.

!!Plus Surprise Guests!!

Also Highlighting the Kwanzaa principles of New Haven Community and honoring the legacy and history and induction of New Haven community leaders such as Constance Baker Motley who was inducted into the Ct Freedom Trail.

For more info or volunteer opportunities:                   Deborah Elmore: 203-891-7055,

Elaine Peters:203-901-4765,

Wilson Library:203-946-2228


FREE! Music *Dance *Crafts *Poetry*Art and Lot of FUN

All DRUMMERS Welcome

Hosted by S.W.A.N.A (Sisters with a new attitude) and the Wilson Public Library

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