Kwanzaa Fest 2020 will be held on January 1st at the Historic Durham Armory (220 Foster Street Durham, NC 27701) Our theme for this season is: Peace, Love, Respect, for Everybody!

Kwanzaa is FREE and open to the public.

 

          In honor of Baba Chuck  Davis donated items will be given to Urban Ministries of Durham Let's come together as a community to bless Urban Ministries. Please click on the link below for a full list of items

Food Pantry List

Doors Open to the Public 12:00 noon

Children's Village 12:30 pm - 1:45 pm 

       Come enjoy games, arts and crafts, face-painting, and the first 100 kids will receive "Davis swag" bags.         

Drum Circle 1:00 pm - 1:45 pm

     A drum circle is any group of people playing hand drums and percussion in a circle. The main objective is to       share rhythm and get in tune with each other and themselves.

Performances begin 2:00         

 

We offer a free venue of quality performances, collaborate with businesses and non-profits; and collect food for the homeless. We offer health services free to the public, such as blood pressure checks, and on site HIV testing with same day results. We serve fresh fruits and water for our youth and seniors. We also have a Children’s village with a drumming class and the first one hundred children will receive a “Davis swag” bag filled with educational materials, toys, and coupons from local businesses.

        

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CHILDREN'S VILLAGE

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PERFORMERS

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VENDORS

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