Wednesday, December 21, 2011

KWANZAA CELEBRATION AT NAT TURNER LIBRARY - PRINCIPLE OF IMANI, JANUARY 1, 2012



By The Newport Newservice

THE NAT TURNER LIBRARY: DREWRYVILLE, VIRGINIA – The Nat Turner Library is
hosting an “open” celebration on the last day of Kwanzaa, January 1, 2012

All contributors (www.natturnerlibrary.com), supporters and Patrons of the
products and services of UBUS Communications Systems are invited to attend
and participate.

UBUS Communications Systems was founded in Harlem, N.Y. in 1973 as a
multiple, independent, media business/cultural expression. In the 1990’s,
a tradition was established as “open house” on the first day of the New
Year: Imani Day.

This year will feature a surprise special guest, but all children, as well
as adults who’d like to participate are given time at the microphone.
WIDE RANGE OF GUEST COMING TO CELEBRATE
AND TO BE ON NAT TURNER BIRTHLAND ON NEW YEAR’S DAY

Family, Friends, Patrons & etc. are coming from far-away places to bring
in the New Year; Alike Hazziah & her daughter Ahyanna: Charlotte, N. C.;
George & Alesia Stone with family Louisburg, N. C., Deja
Khalifah-Jenkins, New York City; and of course the Tidewater cities in
Virginia will be widely represented: Constance Singleton and her writer
Daughter Chrystal (“Bullet Proof Rose”), among them will be there.
The “Open House” will be from 12 to 5 P.M. Call 434-378-for directions.

Admission? Free Will offering accepted at the library, but preferably in
advance or www.natturnerlibrary.com – the street address for GPS systems
the library is: 26070 Barhams Hills Road - Drewryville, VA 23844. But
it is best to come I-95, if coming from North of South to Virginia; or
within the Tidewater, Virginia area, come via 58 East or West towards the
above address, then call 434-378-2140.
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