This is a benefit for rent for the Youth Media Center/Infoshop!
We also have new books, more Zapatista Coffee & Honey and More!
Ahee' hee', Klee Benally
Winter Stories of the Southwest
Jones Benally will share Dine' Winter Stories of the Southwest
Tonight at 5:30pm at the Taala Hooghan - Youth Media Arts Center/Infoshop - located at 1926 N. 4th St. in Flagstaff, AZ. (Near Hunan East)
This is a benefit for the community sustained space.
When: Saturday, December 15th at 5:30pm
Where: Taala Hooghan (Youth Media Arts Center/Infoshop) located at 1926 N. 4th St. in Flagstaff, AZ.
How much: $3- 5 children under 12 Free
Additional Events Coming up in December:
Dec. 16th – Community Craft Fair! 12-6pm - Email firstname.lastname@example.org!
Dec. 18th – Children's Movie Night! "Fern Gully" - 5:30pm
Dec. 25th - Vegan/Vegetarian Potluck - 6pm
Dec. 26th - Banner Making Party! 5:00pm
Kyle's Tea Party every Friday 6:00pm - Bring a Dessert!
Wednesday's Art Attack! 5pm
Know Your Rights Week!
17th - Mon – Workshop/Teach-in on Knowing your Rights! 5:30pm - Free!
18th - Tues – Film & Discussion - 7:30pm - Free!
19th - Wed - 'Zine Making Workshop - 5:30pm - Free!
20th - Thurs - Parent discussion on youth involvement and activism - 6:00pm
21th - Friday – Action! (to be announced)
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