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Dec 15, 2014
The Boulevard at the Capital Centre Celebrates Kwanzaa
- The BLVD Presents First-Ever Kwanzaa Land Celebration at Shopping Center -
The Boulevard at the Capital Centre (The BLVD) will host Culture Kingdom Kids' Kwanzaa Land on Saturday, December 27 and Sunday, December 28, 2014 from Noon - 5:00 pm at 900 A Capital Center Blvd. The free event is an interactive Kwanzaa Party for all ages celebrating family, culture and community.
Event programming will include:
- Kwanzaa plays
- Hands-on workshops
- Kwanzaa candle lighting ceremonies
- Vendor marketplace
To RSVP for the event, visit www.kwanzaaland.org.
Saturday, December 27 - Sunday, December 28, 2014
Noon – 5:00 PM
The Boulevard at the Capital Centre
900 A Capital Center Blvd, Largo, MD 20774
Interstate 95/495 at Arena Drive
Exit 16 from the Capital Beltway
The BLVD remains committed to partnering with neighboring businesses, nonprofit organizations and agencies to provide event programming and resources to the nearby communities. The shopping center embraces events and initiatives that support Prince George's County families with children and seniors in the areas of education, literacy and nutrition.
B-roll/photography opportunities of the event.
For more information or interview opportunities, call 301-955-1064 or email Calista Black (email@example.com).
About The Boulevard at the Capital Centre:
Located in Prince George’s County, The Boulevard at the Capital Centre, is a beautiful lifestyle center with national retailers, restaurants, and a 12-screen theater complex. The center is conveniently adjacent to Exit 16 from Interstate 95/495 and the Metro commuter train station. The shopping center is owned by Capital Centre LLC and managed by RPAI US Management LLC., subsidiaries of Retail Properties of America, Inc. For more information, visit www.shopcapcentre.com.
About Culture Kingdom Kids:
At Culture Kingdom Kids, we create fun and cultural experiences for your royal children! Culture Kingdom Kids, LLC was founded in 2010 under the direction of founder and Master Teaching Artist Jessica “Culture Queen” Smith. She has produced innovative and highly engaging theatrical birthday parties, performances, workshops, and professional development programs for diverse audiences from primary school to Yale University, the Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts, community centers throughout Maryland National Capital Parks and Recreation Commission, festivals, and museums, including the Smithsonian, the National Children’s Museum, Reginald F. Lewis Museum and the Prince George’s African American Museum. A former Drama and English teacher, with expertise in curriculum development; her fresh, passionate approach to teaching includes a mixture of social innovation themed social studies and applied theater arts integration methods. For more information on Culture Kingdom Kids, please visit: www.culturekingdomkids.com