Come enjoy food, music and activities that showcase Black/African American culture this Friday, February 23rd, 6-8 pm!
Here is what will be going on throughout the night!
- Classrooms and halls will be filled with music!
- Families will start in their classroom and are encouraged to visit other classrooms as well.
- The Community Potluck will also celebrate Black History Month. As a result, families are encouraged to bring dishes that are culturally representative of the African Diaspora but are not required to. There are two sign-up sheets—one for the general potluck that class representatives are circulating and another for cultural dishes (click here to sign up to bring cultural dish)
- Each classroom will have coloring sheets of prominent African Americans that are featured in the lobby for children to complete if they wish along with a craft in the family room.
- Dance! In the lobby area at 6:45 and 7:30 (Electric slide, cupid shuffle, and more)
- To just RSVP for the event, please go to Konstella.
Also, the February Monthly Theme continues to focus on Black Culture and History. Here is how you get involved
Families can lend cultural item(s) that can be discussed with children in the classrooms. We ask that a short description of the item be included so that guides will be able to present item to children. If you’re able to come and present, even better (based on classroom time availability)!
Please click here to sign up to lend an item.