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As part of Black History Month

Omni-Centre de Pincourt: vox pop and dance on February 24

durée 17h00
11 février 2024

Temps de lecture   :  

1 minute

Par Ginette Brisebois

On Saturday, February 24, from 5 to 6 p.m., an activity is being organized at the Omni-Centre de Pincourt as part of Black History Month, which runs throughout February. On the program, there will be a vox pop and dancing with animation.

Detailed program:

- Vox Pop: a chat room open to all to share ideas, experiences and promote inclusive dialogue.

- Animation and dance: immerse yourself in the richness of African and Caribbean culture through an immersive dance experience.

Places are limited, so reserve now by calling 514 453-8981, ext. 229.

This event is presented by Développement social de Pincourt in collaboration with the Association des Personnes d'origine Africaine et Caribéenne.


To read also :

 February: 5th edition of the Black History Month celebrated by APOAC



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