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  • Cary Arts Center hosts 23rd Annual Kwanzaa Celebration

    Hundreds filled the Cary Arts Center on Friday, December 29, 2017 for the annual Kwanzaa Celebration.The Kuumba Dance Group from Danville, Va. was the first to take the stage at noon. There was a vendors market, and two rooms for craft making, music making and dancing.

Cary Arts Center hosts 23rd Annual Kwanzaa Celebration

Hundreds filled the Cary Arts Center on Friday, December 29, 2017 for the annual Kwanzaa Celebration.The Kuumba Dance Group from Danville, Va. was the first to take the stage at noon. There was a vendors market, and two rooms for craft making, music making and dancing.
Robert Willett rwillett@newsobserver.com