Durham, NC is one of the best places to celebrate Kwanzaa this holiday season. With Durham’s rich African American heritage and history, it’s no surprise that there are several community-wide Kwanzaa events to attend during this seven-day holiday. Check out these Kwanzaa end-of-year events in Durham, NC for things to do:
The Durham retail shopping scene offers a fascinating array of unique finds, locally-made items and world-recognized brands. #12DaysofDurham showcases a fraction of the incredible selection of items available in some of Durham independentely-owned retail options. Every day we picked one item under $20 from that we hope will delight and suprise everyone on your list.
Although 2018 is swiftly approaching, there are still plenty of events for all ages to enjoy in Durham before the end of the year. From opportunities to tell Santa exactly what’s on your Christmas list, from holiday parties to seasonal performances and cultural celebrations, you can find something fun to do on nearly all the remaining days of December.
Make special memories with the whole family during “the most wonderful time of the year” in Durham, North Carolina. The holiday season in Durham, NC is packed with fun festivals and activities just right for kids from ages one to 92. Visit Durham and you’ll see why it’s a great place to savor the holiday season.
A magical performance is coming to Durham on December 3 at The Carolina Theatre in the form of Robert Earl Keen’s all-new, expanded “REK's Fam-O-lee Back to the Country Jamboree!”