Kwanzaa Celebration In Parkchester

Published on December 19, 2009, 5:35 pm
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Bring Unity To The Community presents a unique gathering of artistic expression that celebrates our diverse cultures. Every participant will show case a wide range of various cultural artists and stylish vendors’ products.

Presenters, sponsors and exhibitors will provide programs and share resources to gain support and awareness. This is an opportunity to implement greater socialization, unity, respect and build a cooperative for network.

The Islamic Cultural Center Of North America in the Bronx, NY has opened it’s venue as an invitation for the community to commune in a festive family environment. They have a history in the community for formulating a coalition of diverse services. Mental health, education, community resource development, ACS contracted agencies, board members of faith-based underserved communities, and a community based organization Adopt-A-Friend Inc. They plan to include members from additional underrepresented faiths, local managers of public and private housing developments. Youth advocacy organizations, prison reentry programs, complementary public service agencies, and lastly, they plan to continue to strengthen their relationships with local police precincts, and elected officials.

Come and join the celebration of traditional family values, community responsibility, commerce, self improvement and our diverse cultural connections on Saturday thru Monday, December 26, 27, 28, 2009 from 2:00pm to 8:00pm.

For contact, please call: 347-301-2350 or 718-892-5555.  Food, raffles and children games, bring a gift for a child, admission is free.


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