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Dec
2
Sat
2017 Kwanzaa Cultural Festival @ Morgan State University
Dec 2 @ 11:00 am – 4:00 pm

The Office of Community Service at Morgan State University is presenting its annual KWANZAA Celebration for school aged children in grades K through 12 and their families on Saturday, December 2, 2017 from 11:00 am-4:00p.m. This event is FREE and will be held on the campus of Morgan State University in the New Student Center, which is located on Hillen Road between Argonne Drive and E. Cold Spring Lane. Music, games, exhibits, dance, art, storytelling, food and other culturally rich activities make Kwanzaa the place to be! The Office of Community Service is currently accepting vendor applications for our annual Kwanzaa celebration.

MERCHANDISE/EXHIBITOR VENDOR INFORMATION

This packet contains information and an application to participate as a CRAFT/GOODS/EXHIBITOR vendor.

  • Registration deadline (office stamped or Eventbrite registration) is Friday, November 25, 2017 by 5pm.

  • Please read this vendor application thoroughly for vendor fees and regulations.

  • Applications will be reviewed by the Committee and notification given within ten (10) business days.

  • Registration fees are to be paid by Eventbrite, money order, checks and cash. Money orders and checks should be made payable to: Morgan State University the Office of Community Service. The Kwanza committee, Morgan State University, nor The Office of Community Service will be responsible for any loss.

Vendor Fees

  • Umjaa Vendor Space….. $75.00

  • Not including Eventbrite processing fee

RULES & REGULATIONS

  • o ALL VENDORS – Set-up is 10:00 am / Break-down 4:00pm

  • ***No longer accepting Paparazzi vendors***

  • o The sale and consumption of alcohol is strictly prohibited.

  • o No vendors are allowed to sell food.

  • o All vendors must;

    • o Arrive no later than 10:30 AM
    • o *STAY IN ASSIGNED BOOTH TILL 3:45PM

Ø set-up in space assigned – no changing spaces during the event

Ø Registration fees are non-refundable in the event of tardiness or no-shows

~For the safety of our patrons, vacating of vendor booths is prohibited until after 3:30 pm.

All Vendors must vacate booths no later than 5:30pm.

Morgan State University Kwanzaa Celebration @ University​ ​Student​ ​Center​ ​located​ ​on​ ​Hillen​ ​Road​ ​between​ ​Cold​ ​Spring Lane​ ​&​ ​Argonne​ ​Drive
Dec 2 @ 11:00 am – 4:00 pm

The Office of Community Service at Morgan State University is presenting its annual ​KWANZAA Celebration for school aged children

in grades K through 12 on ​Saturday,December 2​,2017​. This event is ​FREE and will be held on the campus of Morgan State University in the ​University Student Center which is located on Hillen Road between Argonne​ ​Dr.​ ​and​ ​Cold​ ​Spring​ ​Ln.

Utilizing music, games, exhibits, dance, art, storytelling, food and other culturally rich activities, Morgan State University students will teach school aged youth about the African American culture, encourage them to stay in school and to avoid ​alcohol, tobacco and other drugs. Registration​ ​for​ ​the​ ​​KWANZAA​ ​Celebration​​ ​​will​ ​begin​ ​at​ ​11:00​ ​A.M.

For Vendors

It’s almost that time again! The 2017 Kwanzaa Cultural Festival is approaching and we would like to invite you as a VENDOR! This celebration for all ages and families on Saturday, December 2, 2017 from 11:00 am-4:00p.m.  This event is FREE and will be held on the campus of Morgan State University in the New Student Center, which is located on Hillen Road between Argonne Drive and E. Cold Spring Lane.  Film festival, Music, games, exhibits, dance, art, storytelling, food and other culturally rich activities make Kwanzaa the place to be! The Office of Community Service is currently accepting vendor applications for our annual Kwanzaa celebration. Space is limited

 

Dec
12
Tue
Love Your Workspace! with Candice Denise @ West Elm
Dec 12 @ 6:30 pm

 

Share Tips on How to Infuse Your Personal Style into your Workspace! Enjoy an evening of discussion followed by a light reception to include…live music, cupcakes, cocktails and more.

Candice Denise Owens, owner of By Candice Denise (www.bycandicedenise.com), is an Event Planner & Creativepreneur, who understands the importance of having a work space that speaks to who you are. She believes when you, LOVE YOUR WORKSPACE, it allows you to be productive, creative and inspired! As an Event Planner, Entrepreneur and recent Author, Candice Denise knows that she couldn’t do what she does without having a workspace that speaks to her personal style. She will share tips/examples with attendees on how to bridge the gap between their personal style and workspace too and what better place than West Elm to show you how it can be done. We invite you to shop at West Elm (WE) while attending the event to add some personal touches to your workspace.

As an added BONUS, Candice Denise will be signing copies of her highly anticipated book,”Planners Unplugged: Secrets of the World’s Greatest Event Planners,” which she Co-Authored with 17 other amazing Event Planners from around the country. The book officially launches December 9th, be one of the first to receive your SIGNED copy!

This First Ever Anthology pulls the curtains back on the lives of each Planner as they share their personal stories of trials & triumphs and ultimately how the event planning industry has affected their lives personally and professionally. They may be hired to make life pretty for others, but it’s not always pretty for them. This book is sure to inspire and encourage all who read it.

Ticket needed to attend:

Early Bird Cost: $30 UNTIL Nov 8th —-(includes book-will receive at the event, onsite signing of your book, reception, mix and mingle)

Ticket Cost: $35.00 STARTING Nov 9th —-(includes mix and mingle, reception and book shipped at a later date)

***Please Note: Candice Denise will be speaking/signing books between 6:30p-8pm. The reception will take place once store officially closes at 8pm. We ask that all ticketed attendees be in the store prior to the close at 8pm in order to be apart of the reception.

Official Event Hashtags: #westelmbmore and #CDSigning

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