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The Celebrate! series, appropriate for family audiences and children ages 5 and up, highlights America’s rich cultural diversity through the arts. This program is tied directly to President and Mrs. Kennedy’s concern for and support of the arts and culture in a democratic society. Thanks to generous support from the Martin Richard Foundation and the Mass Cultural Council all performances are free.

Juneteenth Feature: OKRA Dance Company – Africans in America: A Dance Journey through the Diaspora
Join us on Juneteenth in celebrating the profound influence of African dance, music, and rhythm on American culture. Let’s learn together and gain deeper appreciation in an entertaining and highly interactive program for all ages.

We encourage audience members to wear masks to boost the comfort level of the staff and your fellow participants.

If you cannot come to the Kennedy Library for this in-person program, you can get a virtual ticket and receive a link to the live broadcast of the program.

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In Person, Indoor

Level:

beginner-friendly

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