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The Story of Anansi the Spider (Pre-K - Grade 3)

Friday, February 19, 2021

An interactive storytelling adventure of the great African folklore story

For students in grades Pre-K through 3, join us for an interactive story of "Anansi the Spider,"an African folklore story. 


The stories of Anansi the Spider originate from the Asante people of Ghana and has orally been passed down over generations. He is a rogue, a mischief maker, and a wise, lovable creature who triumphs over larger foes.


Join Karamu House for this FREE "In the Tradition" program to celebrate Black History Month. Our "In the Tradition" community program series features free and culturally-specific offerings that speak directly to the African American experience throughout the year, including MLK Day, Kwanzaa, and Juneteenth, among others.

The Karamu House "Our Roots Run Deep" Black History Month program series is presented by ERIEBANK.


Ticket Rates:

FREE, but registration is required FREE
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Event Dates

Friday, February 19 2021
04:30 PM

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