Camp Kaleidoscope is a unique opportunity for your child to learn about our diverse community through the arts!
June 19-23, 2017
A week-long culture camp of: African Language & Beading, Art of Basic Tahitian Dance, Filipino Dance, Mexican Music & Dance, African-American Drama & Music, Russian Music & Culture, Mexico-Art Through Vibrant Colors, International Folk Music, and cooking classes (African, Italian, Filipino, Norwegian, Soul Food).
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“If you want to learn about a culture listen to their stories” by International Storyteller Diane Ferlatte
August 26, 2017
BP Energy Center
Our goal is to embolden people to talk about their own stories, educate the Anchorage public about our diverse community, and preserve and promote Alaska’s rich tapestry of stories.
The Festival will highlight stories from Anchorage community members from a variety of ages, backgrounds and nationalities. We are seeking the unheard stories from Alaska Native, African, African American, Muslim, and Hmong, Samoan, Filipino and Asian communities.
Help a mother express her hopes and dreams for her child.
Concert date: November 18, 2017
Held at Hiland Mountain
Keys to Life Lullaby Project in partnership with the Carnegie Weill Music Institute. Fifteen mothers will be guided on a personal journey to write a lullaby for their child while they are serving time at Hiland Mountain Correctional Center. Fifteen Anchorage musicians will be help the women create their song.
You can make a difference in a child's life!
Authentic Gambian African Cuisine
Saturday - February 18, 2017
4:30 pm - for the cooking workshop
6:00pm for those who want dinner only
Central Lutheran Church
1420 Cordova St
on the corner of 15th and Cordova