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The Voice of the Black Community
2019 Top Golf
CAC Cool Jazz and Global Fashion Reception
Non-Profit | Fundraiser
Date: March 1, 2019
Time: 6:30 pm - 8:30 pm

Location: Show map
Mint Museum-Randolph
2730 Randolph Road
Charlotte, NC 28207
United States

Contact: Alisa S Joseph
Phone: 7042227758
Email: asjoseph77@gmail.com
Site: https://acelebrationofafricandesign.eventbrite.com

Join the Charlotte Alumnae Chapter of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc. for a reception that will kick your Friday off right!  Stop by for live jazz and refreshments at Mint Museum-Randolph as we celebrate Black History and the African Diaspora that includes designs featuring the latest in contemporary style by men and women fashion designers.  Mingle and explore with a tour of "African-Print Fashion Now! A Story of Taste, Globalization and Style"  with relaxing vibes after work.  Free parking, refreshments, and museum tour included in $30 ticket price.  Live jazz with guest artist Matt Kelly sets the evening's vibe.


Attire is business casual - a great first stop if you're headed Uptown later.  Celebrate this cultural experience with us - includes a silent auction!  Bring your friends and family!  This event supports Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Incorporated's national global education and health programs in Haiti and Africa.  Sponsorship support is welcomed - for more information, please contact program@charlottedst.org.





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