Learn how to do your own celebration as Cathy Riddick-Brown, Linda Haughton, Keith Calhoun, Malory Todd, and Lillian S. Patterson show you the origins, concepts, practices, and foods of Kwanzaa. You will learn about the seven Kwanzaa principles and symbols. Our presenters will teach you easy crafts, activities and give you demonstrations on how to make Groundnut Stew for your Kwanzaa feast â€“ things to discover and enchant for every age. Participants will have the opportunity to ask questions of the presenters at the end of the workshop.
Begin the day earlier hearing the Kwanzaa story as the Alexandria Black History Museum and the Alexandria Library presents its monthly program Story Time for Little Historians at 10:00 a.m., Story Time for Little Historians at 10:00 a.m., just before the Kwanzaa Workshop. Please register for Story Time on the Alexandria Library website using this link to sign up.
These are free events, but registration is required for the Kwanzaa How to Workshop. For more information contact 703.746.4356. Register for the here to sighttps://alexlibraryva.org/event/5728410n up for the Kwanzaa How to Workshop.
After registering for the Kwanzaa How-to Workshop, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the webinar. This will automate the receipt of the Zoom link and a reminder an hour before the event begins.