Akan Culture and Religion Lecture
Demonstration on the culture of the Akan people of Ghana, West Africa.
Rites of Passage
Saturday June 27, 2009 1 - 6pm
Sunday June 28, 2009 11am - 2pm
92-15 172nd Street (between Jamaica and 93rd Avenues)
Saturday workshop fee is $20. No fee to attend Sunday Akom service in honor of the bosom Nana Oyeni.
Come browse our African marketplace, where you may purchase books and DVDs on Akan tradition, African clothing, artwork, jewelry, and healing spa items.
To register, or for more information, please call 718/658-2600 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
ALL are welcome to attend.
NYC Travel Directions:
Directions - E or J train to Parsons and Archer (last stop)
Bus 54 or 56 on Jamaica Ave. (across from Wendy's) to 170th, then walk to 172nd
Or 110 on Jamaica (in front of Old Navy) to 172nd Street
F train to 169th - walk down 169th to Jamaica Ave., left to172nd
Onipa Abusia maintains & preserves the traditional culture and spiritual practice of the Akan people of Ghana, West Africa, which was established in America by the late Nana Yao Opare Dinizulu I, founder of the Dinizulu African Dancers, Drummers and Singers