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The Voice of the Black Community
LATIBAH Cultural eXchange Festival
Family Fun
Date: June 15, 2014
Time: 2:00 pm - 9:00 pm

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LATIBAH Collard Green Museum
720 Tuckaseegee Road
Charlotte, NC 28208

Phone: 704-333-2426
Site: www.LATIBAHMuseum.org

Join Us - Sunday, June 15 from 2pm- 7pm for LATIBAH's Cultural eXchange Festival, where we celebrate diversity and bring culture to LIFE!

Experience a Cultural Smorgasbord!" 

2pm - Native American Storytelling &  Classic African Heritage Theatre 

3pm - African Drum Circle &  Guided Tours Offered* 

4pm - Father's Day Tribute: Spoken Word - Cultural Dance - Father's Day Walk of Pride** 

5pm - Brazilian Jiu Jitsu & African Caopeira (Angola) & Guided Tours Offered* 

6pm - Classical Indian Dance &m West African Dance

*We are having a Special Tribute for the fathers of our community in recognition of Father's Day. Invite the King, the Warrior, the Provider in your family so the community may honor them.*

**LATIBAH Guided Tours will also be offered for the special event price of $5 at 3pm & 5pm.** 


$5 Admission, Children under 5- Free




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