Philadelphia

Annual Holiday and Kwanzaa Celebration
701 Arch St
Philadelphia, PA
Repeats every day until Tue Jan 06 2009.
Wednesday, December 31, 1969 - 2:00pm
Phone: (215) 574-0380
website

Learn about and celebrate the principles of Kwanzaa during an afternoon of festive presentations at the African American Museum in Philadelphia. Kwanzaa is a seven-day cultural celebration that was created by Dr. Maulana Karenga in 1966, in the midst of the Black Freedom Movement. The holiday is celebrated each year on December 26 through January 1 by African Americans as a way to reaffirm their heritage that is rooted in African culture and reflected in the best practices of African American people.

Annual Holiday and Kwanzaa Celebration
701 Arch St
Philadelphia, PA
Repeats every day until Tue Jan 06 2009.
Monday, December 22, 2008 - 6:00pm
Phone: (215) 574-0380
website

Learn about and celebrate the principles of Kwanzaa during an afternoon of festive presentations at the African American Museum in Philadelphia. Kwanzaa is a seven-day cultural celebration that was created by Dr. Maulana Karenga in 1966, in the midst of the Black Freedom Movement. The holiday is celebrated each year on December 26 through January 1 by African Americans as a way to reaffirm their heritage that is rooted in African culture and reflected in the best practices of African American people.

Annual Holiday and Kwanzaa Celebration
701 Arch St
Philadelphia, PA
Repeats every day until Tue Jan 06 2009.
Sunday, December 21, 2008 - 6:00pm
Phone: (215) 574-0380
website

Learn about and celebrate the principles of Kwanzaa during an afternoon of festive presentations at the African American Museum in Philadelphia. Kwanzaa is a seven-day cultural celebration that was created by Dr. Maulana Karenga in 1966, in the midst of the Black Freedom Movement. The holiday is celebrated each year on December 26 through January 1 by African Americans as a way to reaffirm their heritage that is rooted in African culture and reflected in the best practices of African American people.

Annual Holiday and Kwanzaa Celebration
701 Arch St
Philadelphia, PA
Repeats every day until Tue Jan 06 2009.
Saturday, December 20, 2008 - 6:00pm
Phone: (215) 574-0380
website

Learn about and celebrate the principles of Kwanzaa during an afternoon of festive presentations at the African American Museum in Philadelphia. Kwanzaa is a seven-day cultural celebration that was created by Dr. Maulana Karenga in 1966, in the midst of the Black Freedom Movement. The holiday is celebrated each year on December 26 through January 1 by African Americans as a way to reaffirm their heritage that is rooted in African culture and reflected in the best practices of African American people.

Annual Holiday and Kwanzaa Celebration
701 Arch St
Philadelphia, PA
Repeats every day until Tue Jan 06 2009.
Friday, December 19, 2008 - 6:00pm
Phone: (215) 574-0380
website

Learn about and celebrate the principles of Kwanzaa during an afternoon of festive presentations at the African American Museum in Philadelphia. Kwanzaa is a seven-day cultural celebration that was created by Dr. Maulana Karenga in 1966, in the midst of the Black Freedom Movement. The holiday is celebrated each year on December 26 through January 1 by African Americans as a way to reaffirm their heritage that is rooted in African culture and reflected in the best practices of African American people.

Longwood Gardens Christmas Display
Repeats every day until Fri Nov 28 2008.
Thursday, November 27, 2008 - 6:00pm

Types:
Phone: (610) 388-1000
website

Take in the beauty of the season at enchanting Longwood Gardens. A spectacular light display of with more than 420,000 lights, a fountain show, caroling, and more take place among thousands of seasonal plants and trees. A Longwood Gardens Christmas is daily November 27, 2008–January 11, 2009. Timed Tickets allow entry during half-hour intervals throughout the day and evening. The last admission is sold approximately 30 minutes prior to closing. Most visitors spend about 3 hours at the Gardens. Please plan your visit accordingly.

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