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Dress to the Nines (D2N) is a cross-cultural fundraising event that blends amazing designs from locally and internationally based fashion designers with entertainment from gifted locally based performers. All proceeds will benefit Oxfam America. D2N will take place on Saturday, September 29, 2012 The doors will open at 7:30pm and the show will begin promptly at 9pm. Featured Designers include Simply O Designs by Karen Scott, Li za Faye, Bose Trendybeads, Blokes and Divas by Teddy Legbedion, Sanerd Inc, Whitney Bracey, Afrik Couture, AfroniQue Concepts, Abova Clothing by Autumn Bradley, Rocky J Designs by Rocky Jackson,Leshy KD Design House Phalon De'shun Fashions and Geo Collections. Featured performing artists include Comedian Alabash, Sera Lubowa Muhenda, members of the Black Chamber Movement – Dezyne, Pihon, 7knuckles, and SamUIll ; and more. DJ Ebou, More Fiyah Sound is the event and after party DJ. So you know it's going down. AJ Houston, spoken word artist and longtime member of the Fort Worth Slam Team, will be the evening’s MC. Acirfa Magazine, Fashion Junky Radio, Tele Africana, Thick N Sassy Magazine, and XcentriX Magazine will be providing coverage of the event. Purchase your tickets online http://d2n.eventbrite.com/ or at the door. ------------------ Oxfam America is an international relief and development organization that helps to alleviate hunger worldwide, fight for justice, and poverty. They currently work in over 90 countries including the United States of America. (Learn more at www.OxfamAmerica.org/whoweare.)
Saturday May 19, 2012 Malcolm X Birthday Celebration 12 noon- 8 p.m. Pan-African Connection Bookstore, Art Gallery & Resouce Center 828 Fourth Ave. (Across from Fair Park Music Hall) Dallas Texas, 75226 214-943-8262/ firstname.lastname@example.org Double Dutch workshops, Bounce House, Face Painting, African Storytelling, African Drumming and Dancing and More. Invited Speakers: Mukasa Dada (Willie Ricks), SNCC, Civil Rights and Black Power Movement Organizer who with Kwame Ture (Stokley Carmichael) coined the slogan "Black Power". Nation of Islam Student Minister, Jeffery Muhammad Dallas Mosque #48 And other Sister and Brother Community Organizers Invited Performers : Griot (Storyteller) Afi (Melody Bell), Tony (Old School Pop), Hip Rebels Black Chambers, Poet Ashley Wilkerson, Singer Sakinah, Hatim, Black Superman and Family, Trenz Settaz-V, 1 Tyme Tha Great, Conscious Rappers CDC (Narada and Gunwa), Singer Olayinka, Divine Cipher King and Queen, Beauty and Africa (mother & daughter dancers), Jah Yosep, and Many more beautiful African personalities and talents. Cultural artists for this event are sponsored by the Community Artists Program (CAP), a cultural contracts program of the City of Dallas, Office of Cultural Affairs. For Directions, Artist, Performers, Venders, Volunteers Call 214-943-8262 Directions From Oak Cliff, Cedar Hill, DeSoto and other locations southwest of Dallas From Oak Cliff, Cedar Hill, DeSoto and other locations southwest of Dallas: Take I-35 North to Dallas. Exit I-30 East, and then take Exit 47 (the first exit to your right, Second Avenue/Fair Park). As you come down the exit ramp, make a quick Right on Ash Ln. You will cross Third St., then come to Fourth Ave and make Left. The Pan-African Connection will be to the left. (828 Fourth Ave. Dallas Texas 75226). From North Dallas, Richardson, Plano and other locations north of Dallas: Go south on US 75, exit onto I-30 east, then take Exit 47 (Second Avenue/Fair Park). As you come down the exit ramp, as you come down the exit ramp, make a quick right on Ash Ln. You will cross Third St. then come to Fourth Ln, and make left. The Pan-African Connection will be to the left. (828 Fourth Ave. Dallas Texas 75226) From East Dallas, Mesquite, Rockwall and other locations east of Dallas: Go west on I-30, take Exit 47C (First Avenue/Fair Park), turn right on Exposition make right on Ash Ln., (If you reach Parry you’ve gone too far). Stay on Ash and until you get to Fourth Ave. Make Left on Fourth Ave. The Pan-African Connection will be on the left. ((828 Fourth Ave. Dallas Texas 75226) From West Dallas, Arlington, Irving, Fort Worth and other locations west of Dallas: Go east on I-30, then take Exit 47 (Second Avenue/Fair Park the first exit to your right ). As you come down the exit ramp, make a quick right on Ash Ln. You will cross Third St., then come to Fourth Ave and make Left. The Pan-African Connection will be to the left. (828 Fourth Ave. Dallas Texas 75226)
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