Join us for Matrida's first Fall Concert, featuring her invited guests, Joshua Promise and the Gospel Band from Dallas, Texas. Enjoy an evening of uplifting spiritual music and dancing while you help support refugees living in San Diego and in the Nyarugusu Camp in Tanzania.
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Multicultural Fall Children's Festival
Bring your children, grandchildren and friends to the Episcopal Asiamerica Ministry’s event, the Multicultural Fall Children’s Festival. Enjoy a lion dance, music by the St. Luke’s band and choir, the Matrida Umoja Band, Filipino Igorot dance, children’s programs and an international lunch. $10 adults; $5 children.
Refugees Welcome Celebration
El Cajon community event to celebrate refugees in the community and ring in the opening of the IRC New Resiliency Garden!
- Entertainment (Featuring the Matrida Umoja Band & DJ Paulie Esshaki)
- Arts & Crafts
- Activities and Games for youth and families
- HUNDREDS OF PRIZES AND GIVEAWAYS
- FUN FOR THE WHOLE FAMILY!
- Free parking
MAKE Garden Cafe Pop-Up Party
Free pop-up outdoor family event to support the IRC's MAKE Garden Cafe kitchen projects. Music, food, garden tours, kids' activities.
Voices of Hope from Africa
The Songs and Stories series, sponsored by the Center for World Music at UCSD, aims to highlight musicians and artists from within San Diego’s refugee communities. Through lively performances and real conversations, the CWM hopes to immerse audiences in the cultures and journeys of a seldom heard segment of the vibrant and diverse fabric of San Diego’s population. This is a FREE series and open to the public!
Join us for this lively presentation and discussion on the meaning and power of music and the performing arts at the Neil Morgan Auditorium at the San Diego Central Library.
Voices of Hope from Africa features Matrida Umoja, The Revelation Gospel Band, Emmanuel Adamson, and discussant Delores Fisher.
For more info visit https://centerforworldmusic.org/event/songs-and-stories-voices-hope-from-africa-2/.