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The Voice of the Black Community
Corrective Education
7th Annual Strong Threads African American Heritage Celebration & Festival
Family Fun
Date: February 15, 2014
Time: 12:00 pm - 5:00 pm

Location: Show map
St. John Holistic Wellness Center
222 J.W. Neal Circle
Hopkins, SC 29061

Contact: Veronica Primus
Phone: 803-261-5596
Email: strongthreads@aol.com
Site: www.strongthreads.com

7th STRONG THREADS African American Heritage Celebration & Festival is an Annual 1 DAY Historical Event with Music, Dancing, Workshops, Food & Entertainment Festival.


The ever popular STRONG THREADS event is a unique opportunity to celebrate and educate the community through entertainment about their African American History, the people, and the rich heritage of Lower Richland County.


This years live entertainment features:
The African dancing and drumming of THE ABATSU DANCERS, From Hilton Head, SC R&B, Pop, Rock, & Motown band CANDACE WOODSON and THE DOMINO THEORY, Columbia's youngest band of teens/musicians Jazz/Gospel/ & R&B performers THE HORIZON BAND, From Greenville, SC THE LITTLE PEOPLE THEATRE, Gospel & Inspirational recording artist REGINA SKEETERS and much, much more!

This year the festival is focused on bringing awareness the issues of Anti-bullying and celebrating the life and history of Dr. Martin Luther King and South African President Nelson Mandela.

To become a vendor call 803-261-5596 and leave your name, email address, and mailing address and a reply will be sent within 48 hours.

STRONG THREADS is sponsored by the Southeast Rural Community Outreach and is a local heritage tourism event made possible by a grant from the Richland County Hospitality Tax Fund.




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