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Valuable experience for youth

Having experienced the Society's slave trail expedition two years ago, I brought my eighth graders... read more

Reviewed April 27, 2012
teacherjan
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Central Point, Oregon
If it's a cultural happening in Richmond, it's happening here!

Wonderful spot for artistic, soulful and delightful entertainment as well as networking. This is a... read more

Reviewed November 15, 2011
Jeanette524
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Bridgeport, CT
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“The Delfonics at 25th Annual Down Home Family Reunion - WOW!”
28 Aug 2014
“Drumming good but...”
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Reviewed August 28, 2015

We purchased VIP tickets ($30) because the Delfonics were playing and we could meet them. We arrived at 4pm, we sat at the front of the stage, we were given some food and a drink, which were nice. There were a few stalls with clothes,...More

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Reviewed August 28, 2014

I found out information about this place on line before we arrived in the US. I called them the day after we arrived and spoke to a lady who did not call me back as promised but gave me information about the drumming class on...More

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Reviewed April 27, 2012

Having experienced the Society's slave trail expedition two years ago, I brought my eighth graders from California to experience it. All of them found that it was a meaningful even and had a better appreciation of the experience of enslaved peoples in early America.

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Reviewed November 15, 2011

Wonderful spot for artistic, soulful and delightful entertainment as well as networking. This is a place where not only art can be exhibited, but it is a place where 'art takes place!" It may be presented on the walls through paint, sculpture, etc. or on...More

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