Afro-Caribbean Cultural Club

The Afro-Caribbean Cultural Club celebrates the diverse African and Caribbean cultures and educates the Oakland Mills community about the rich heritage and beauty that comes from the African diaspora through its food, arts, music, history, and people. The club takes part in a wide variety of service projects, cultural and educational events, as well as social activities. We will have fun activities like hosting interesting guest speakers and exploring a wide variety of Afro-Caribbean food, dance, literature, music, art, and enthusiastically welcomes members of the Oakland Mills student body and staff of all ages, racial, ethnic, national, religious, and cultural backgrounds!

Meeting times: Every first and third Thursday at 2:30pm in Room 102.

 

Johane Yarboi | johane_yarboi@hcpss.org