Kentucky Center for African American Heritage Presents:
Family Fun Day
Saturday, March 11, 2017 from 11:00 am – 5:00 pm, The Kentucky Center for African
American Heritage (KCAAH), will host “Family Fun Day” — kicking off a creative cultural
series of free hands on activities, workshops, and performances led by community and state presenters.
The day will be filled with interactive and meaningful workshops surrounding the themes of: Storytelling and Spoken Word, Exploring Space and Dimensions, Genealogy, Let’s Move, and Money Matters. Special guest, UofL Rauch planetarium will also be on site with a portable planetarium!
Family members of all generations will engage in various activities such as: “Praise Poetry”, “Drumming It Up”, “Freedom of Entrepreneurship”, “Scrapbooking”, “Quilting”, “Big Roots in My Family Tree”, “Build your own Bird House”, plus many more! This is a day dedicated to reconnecting, recharging, and renewing family bonds in our community.
Who can come? All families are welcome to come and share a space where they can rekindle their rich heritage while generating self-pride, creativity, and self-worth.
The Heritage Center is proud to have Metro Louisville as a sponsor, and is committed to
providing a place where traditions of African American history, heritage, and culture can be cultivated among countless generations.
For more information, contact Sara Muhammad, Exhibitions and Programming Coordinator, at firstname.lastname@example.org or by phone at (502)583-4100
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