Come to the library every Wednesday from 5:00-6:00pm to learn about the African tradition of Kwanzaa. Taught by cultural and arts educator Elena Mosley, the class includes lessons about the history of the festival, crafts, and activities of Kwanzaa. This class is presented by Operation Unite Education & Cultural Arts Center, a not-for-profit that provides programs for youth and community members.
The Children’s Room is always a fun place to be, with opportunities for reading, drawing, painting, imaginative play, and crafting. This week, in addition to our regularly scheduled programs, we have some special programs to make it that much more exciting!
Kwanzaa Celebration with Operation Unite
Wednesday, December 18, 5:30-6:30pm postponed – stay tuned for an updated day/time
Operation Unite will host a special Kwanzaa celebration, including drumming, singing, & a candle ceremony.
Thursday, December 19, 3-5pm
Join us for some holiday fun, including holiday-themed crafts and stories. Snacks will be served too!
The Children’s Room will also be staffed while the Hudson City School District is on Winter Break. We hope you’ll join us!