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Black Family Reunion 2012 in Washington, DC

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Black Family Reunion 2012 in Washington, DC
© Miller Taylor
The Black Family Reunion is a festival held each September on the National Mall in Washington, DC that celebrates the strength and values of African American families. The festival, sponsored by the National Council of Negro Women, Inc., includes free concerts, arts and crafts, an international marketplace, health screenings, food and activities for kids.

Dates and Times
Canceled for 2012
8:30 a.m.-8:30 p.m.
Dorothy I. Height Tribute Concert 5:30 p.m.

Location
The Black Family Reunion is held between 7th and 14 Streets near Constitution Avenue, NW, Washington, DC. See a map of the National Mall

Themed Pavilions at the Black Family Reunion
  • Children’s Pavilion - features story telling and animation instruction

  • Health Pavilion - offers free blood pressure, cholesterol and glucose screenings

  • Women’s Health and Day Spa Pavilion - gives beauty makeover presentations

  • Sports & Fitness Pavilion - provides information about a variety of fun activities

  • Education Pavilion - inspires learning

  • Fathers, Sons & Brothers Pavilion - reaffirms the values of family

  • National Council of Negro Women’s Family Values Pavilion - provides information about the sponsoring organization
For information about this year’s performances, see the official website or call (202) 737-0120.

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