The name of this African-American holiday means “first fruits” to reflect the importance of harvest for many African celebrations. Learn the symbols and principles of this seven-day festival and participate in traditional African crafts and folktales. All ages. 10:30 am – 12:30 pm. Free with admission.
Event begins at 10:30AM
Presented by: Chesapeake Children's Museum
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