About the event organizer
by AUNDAR MAAT
The 5th Annual Pan-African Cultural Festival is a free community celebration to promote unity and culture in the African World Community. Come enjoy engaging conversation, and meet brothers and sisters from the Caribbean, Senegal, Nigeria, Ghana and Mexico.
The day will feature African drumming and dancing, an African fashion show, Capoeira demonstration, poetry, storytelling, children activities, a Pan African panel discussion and more.
We will also have an actual replica of the Wakandan Throne created by J1S Creations available for attendees to sit in take pictures/selfies !! Come experience this cultural celebration of Black Pride & Unity
What to expect?
A moderated community conversation with local community members of the Diaspora in the meeting room of the Carver Branch Library @ 10:30am;
Harambe! Let the outdoor festivities begin: There will be music, local small business owners selling food and drink, African clothing and accessories, a great selection of African/American books for adults, youth and children, hair and skin care products, and more!
Come out and bring your whole family to enjoy empowering and uplifting cultural entertainment, local talent and fellowship!
Come dressed in your best African inspired clothing and accessories and let’s discuss how we can strengthen and unify the Diaspora.
This event is free to the general public.
This is a great opportunity for vendors to sell their products and get exposure for their business- spaces are:
Non-food vendors $45
Food vendors $60
If you are interested in becoming a vendor for this event: the cost is $45 for non-food vendors and $60 for food vendors. Please register through Eventbrite or contact:
Aundar M’aat at 210.560.3622 for more information..
For this outdoor event, all vendors will need to provide their own table(s), chairs and covering.
Sat, May 2, 2020 04:00 pm
by AUNDAR MAAT
3350 East Commerce Street San Antonio, TX United States