Kwanzaa 2013, a 35th Anniversary Celebration at the Natural History Museum

Hosted by storyteller Linda Humes, the holiday festivities will include family-friendly activities, exciting raffles and an international marketplace.

Back by popular demand, Oscar-nominated youth ensemble IMPACT Repertory Theatre, with Ugandan poet Emilia Ottoo, opens the show. Restoration Dance Theatre Company returns with an eclectic mix of African, Caribbean, jazz, and modern dances.

Balance Dance Theatre, led by acclaimed choreographer Obediah Wright, performs a brand-new work. Bestselling author and award-winning filmmaker MK Asante introduces his landmark film, narrated by Maya Angelou, “The Black Candle: A Kwanzaa Celebration,” followed by a special encore screening and book signing of his new memoir, Buck.











When: Sat., December 28, 2013 at 12:00 pm - 5:00 pm
Where: American Museum of Natural History
Central Park West at 79th Street
212-769-5100
Price: Free with museum admission. $22 adults; $17 seniors and students; $12.50 children
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Hosted by storyteller Linda Humes, the holiday festivities will include family-friendly activities, exciting raffles and an international marketplace.

Back by popular demand, Oscar-nominated youth ensemble IMPACT Repertory Theatre, with Ugandan poet Emilia Ottoo, opens the show. Restoration Dance Theatre Company returns with an eclectic mix of African, Caribbean, jazz, and modern dances.

Balance Dance Theatre, led by acclaimed choreographer Obediah Wright, performs a brand-new work. Bestselling author and award-winning filmmaker MK Asante introduces his landmark film, narrated by Maya Angelou, “The Black Candle: A Kwanzaa Celebration,” followed by a special encore screening and book signing of his new memoir, Buck.

Buy tickets/get more info now