Birmingham, Alabama


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Event# 205-328-9696, ext. 2

Event Details

Children's program addressing the principles of Kwanzaa with guest speaker, special "handmade" gifts for all children and pizza lunch.


Phone : 205-328-9696, ext. 2   (Always call and confirm events.)

Admission Fee : Free

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